Op-Ed: Mr. President, Feel for the Fallen

Op-Ed: Mr. President, Feel for the Fallen

After the slaughter of 44 police commandos in central Mindanao, President Aquino seemed like a cold automaton impatient to move on.

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An Invisible Generation

An Invisible Generation

Introducing the not-so-well-known “bridge generation” of Filipino Americans

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Like dat... like dat!

Like dat... like dat!

When does an immigrant get serious in really learning the ways, language, etc. of his/her new country?

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She Spins in the Air with the Greatest of Ease

She Spins in the Air with the Greatest of Ease

That’s how she hangs. Sarah Angelina Bustilo Johns is a professional aerial dancer.

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Seeing the Pope

Seeing the Pope

The author didn’t kiss Pope Francis’ ring, but seeing him up close was good enough.

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Sen. Grace Poe, Reluctant ‘Presidentiable’

Sen. Grace Poe,  Reluctant ‘Presidentiable’

Will non-nonsense Senator Grace Poe be the political giant killer in 2016?  

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Remembering Flash Elorde

Remembering Flash Elorde

As a child the author met the late great boxing champ, Flash Elorde, who died 30 years ago this month. She will always remember his humility and generosity.

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‘Manny,’ a Champ With Feet of Clay

‘Manny,’ a Champ With Feet of Clay

Filmmaker Ryan Moore brings out the humanity of Manny Pacquiao in his documentary “Manny.”

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10 Things I’ve Learned in Manila

10 Things I’ve Learned in Manila

Not all cab drivers are Filipino and nine more things a dual-citizen returnee has learned in Manila.

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My Battle with Ebola

My Battle with Ebola

The author, a scientist, was called to West Africa to help develop a surefire process of eliminating highly contaminated Ebola-treatment waste.

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