Two women making and writing history are the subjects of our two profiles this week.
From Honolulu, Dr. Belinda "Lindy" Aquino, founder of the University of Hawaii's Philippine Studies Program and author/esteemed professor/historian/activist, is profiled by Pepi Nieva in "Stranded in Paradise: How Lindy Aquino Became Hawaii’s Foremost Authority on the Philippines."
From London, Candy Gourlay, the critically acclaimed author of Bone Talk and the children's book, Is It A Mermaid?, is interviewed by UK-based writer Joy Watford in a piece titled "In Her Own Write."
And this being Women's Month, let's honor two women who had captured the nation's hearts through their music, their acting and their presence in the public eye.
Film critic Mauro Feria Tumbucon Jr.'s affectionate tribute to the one and only superstar, "The Timeless Nora Aunor."
And a granddaughter shows her love for her beloved grandmother, Armida Siguion-Reyna of "Aawitan Kita" fame, who recently passed away.
Our Happy Home Cook recipe is a sure favorite -- Paksiw na Bangus.
Here are our In The Know links this week:
How ISIS Is Rising in the Philippines as It Dwindles in the Middle East
'They fooled us': the men who left ISIS in the Philippines
Get to know the women National Artists and Scientists
40 poorest provinces in the Philippines
Job Very Well Done: Philippine Airlines (A350-900) in Business Class From Manila to JFK
For our Video of the Week, we feature the cultural preservation project called “Documenting and Preserving Mangyan Scripts in the 21st Century”