Comparing Extrajudicial Killings in the Philippines and the U.S.

Comparing Extrajudicial Killings in the Philippines and the U.S.

Extrajudicial killings occur both in the Philippines and the US. How different or similar are they?

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Ode to olde Olympia and the Olympic Games

Ode to olde Olympia and the Olympic Games

The ritual Lighting of the Olympic torch rests on age-old traditions.

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The Happy Home Cook: Nora Daza's Humba

The Happy Home Cook: Nora Daza's Humba

A sweet Southern Filipino favorite

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Priest and Physicist

Priest and Physicist

Religion and science must converge in order to save nature and humanity, says Jesuit priest and scientist Fr. Jett Villarin

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Opinion: An Administration in Search of an Opposition

Opinion: An Administration in Search of an Opposition

A strong opposition based on the defense of universal human rights is the best way to ensure the future of Philippine democracy. One has yet to emerge under the Duterte administration.

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Why Jessalyn Wanlim Is Hot

Why Jessalyn Wanlim Is Hot

Hot Filipina Chinese Canadian actress Jessalyn Wanlim is now preparing for the role of a lifetime.

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Portrait of the Filipino as a Painter

Portrait of the Filipino as a Painter

A prolific painter who is inspired by nature, nostalgic buildings, travels, museums, Philippine market scenes and even classic cars.

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The Happy Home Cook: Coconut Shrimps with Mango Salsa

The Happy Home Cook: Coconut Shrimps with Mango Salsa

This delightful shrimp dish is light, refreshing and can be a savory appetizer or a meal in itself.

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Duterte: A Chico de Calle, But a Good One

Duterte: A Chico de Calle, But a Good One

Why the Philippines’ new President Rodrigo Duterte talks like a kanto boy.

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A Pilgrimage to Bad Saint

A Pilgrimage to Bad Saint

A new Filipino restaurant in Washington, DC is drawing long lines of mostly non-Filipino diners.

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