Portrait of History as a Filipino Family

Portrait of History as a Filipino Family

Through this brief history of one Filipino family, one may gather intriguing insights into the evolution of Philippine society in the 120 years since the Philippine Revolution. 

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The Link Between Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the Philippines

The Link Between Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the Philippines

There’s more historical interaction between Filipinos and Australians than meets the eye.

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When Bulosan Met Quezon

When Bulosan Met Quezon

Find out what President Manuel Luis Quezon asked Carlos Bulosan to do when they met in Washington, DC.

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Your Favorite Stories for 2018

Your Favorite Stories for 2018

Rock stars, martial law and food dominated Positively Filipino's most-read stories of 2018. In case you missed them or you want to enjoy them all over again, here's the Top 10 list.

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The Muses of LVN Pictures

The Muses of LVN Pictures

These lakambinis (muses) of one of the Philippines’ biggest motion picture studios of the ’50s and ‘60s offer powerful lessons on women’s empowerment and lasting friendship.

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The Battle of Manila, WWII

The Battle of Manila, WWII

The carnage and destruction that engulfed the City of Manila when American troops liberated it from the brutal Japanese imperial forces during World War II.

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War and Forgiving

War and Forgiving

Is it possible to forgive the unforgivable, like war crimes? Find out how one Philippine president dealt with this question.

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A Visit to the MacArthur Memorial

A Visit to the MacArthur Memorial

Where to find mementoes of the Old Soldier who never died but just faded away.

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Martial Law Stories: Who Is Marshall Law?

Martial Law Stories: Who Is Marshall Law?

Trying to leave the country, with subversive documents, and being searched at the Manila International Airport in 1972.

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Martial Law Stories: The “Torture” of Playing for Miss Universe 1974

Martial Law Stories: The “Torture” of Playing for Miss Universe 1974

Find out what it was like to do a “command performance” for Imelda Marcos in the ‘70s.

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