Coron, Once Is Not Enough

Coron, Once Is Not Enough

An unvarnished account of an enjoyable island vacation.

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A Transgender Restroom Incident and Filipino LGBT Rights

A Transgender Restroom Incident and Filipino LGBT Rights

The harsh detention of a Filipina transgender who tried to use the women’s restroom in a Metro Manila shopping mall has revived legislative efforts to protect the country’s LGBT community.

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From Vienna, an Angel for Filipino Science Scholars

From Vienna, an Angel for Filipino Science Scholars

Meet “science diplomat” Maria Lourdes “Malou” Soto Reininger, the Vienna-based IT veteran who leads a group that supports outstanding science students in the Philippines.

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The Happy Home Cook: Instant Pot Pork Pata Tim

The Happy Home Cook: Instant Pot Pork Pata Tim

These days, in my American kitchen, I have very little time to put together a home-cooked Pinoy dish. But with the current favorite appliance, the Instant Pot, these chunks of meat cooked in less than an hour. The pork pieces were fall-off-the-bone tender and the sweet-salty, fragrant sauce swirling around was as marvelous as mom’s cooking used to be.

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A Jack of Many Communication Trades

A Jack of Many Communication Trades

Find out from Greg Macabenta’s memoirs what made the adman, journalist, scriptwriter, broadcaster tick.

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Japan: A Thoughtful Travelogue

Japan: A Thoughtful Travelogue

A visit to Japan brings delight, but it also triggers reflections on a bitter past.

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Death by Discrimination

Death by Discrimination

A racist shot to death postal worker Joseph Ileto because the latter was either “Hispanic or Asian.”

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A Deadly Quake Tests Batanes’ Tradition of Resiliency

A Deadly Quake Tests Batanes’ Tradition of Resiliency

Relying on an age-old communal spirit, the people of Batanes are picking themselves up in the face of the devastation inflicted by the massive earthquake of July  27, 2019.

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[PARTNER] What the Impending Rescission of the Filipino World War II Veterans Parole Program Means to the Veterans Families

[PARTNER] What the Impending Rescission of the Filipino World War II Veterans Parole Program Means to the Veterans Families

What will happen to the families of Filipino veterans who have pending or approved FWVP?

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Rizal Honored in Ontario

Rizal Honored in Ontario

Find out how a life-size statue of the Philippines’ national hero in Markham, Ontario came to be.

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