Girlhood Interrupted

Girlhood Interrupted

A woman is shadowed by doubt and anxiety as she works abroad to support the little daughter she left behind. 

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You Can Go Home Again

You Can Go Home Again

An expat relishes the memory of his beautiful hometown in Bicol.

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Toots Magsino’s Art-Filled Life

Toots Magsino’s Art-Filled Life

Returning to the Philippines from New York, artist Toots Magsino vowed she would only do something if it were somehow related to art.

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Science and Spirituality Go Hand-in-Hand Among Mountain Tribes

Science and Spirituality Go Hand-in-Hand Among Mountain Tribes

Indigenous healing traditions are still strong in the Cordillera.

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Leonor Rivera, a Hero’s Sweetheart

Leonor Rivera, a Hero’s Sweetheart

Jose Rizal and Leonor Rivera’s frustrated love affair has fascinated Filipinos though the years.

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When Filipinos Had Holidays on Ice

When Filipinos Had Holidays on Ice

Filipinos went gaga for the ice show, which later even featured Philippine dance numbers.

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‘Above the Law’ Blogger David Lat Goes Long Form

‘Above the Law’ Blogger David Lat Goes Long Form

Legal blogging hotshot David Lat’s debut novel, Supreme Ambitions, may be a realistic legal novel, but it will also resonate with ordinary Filipino Americans.

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Adobo

Adobo

How the daughter of a Spanish mestiza and a Caucasian learned she was Filipino.

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Romances in History

Romances in History

Love stories -- from a Cambodian king’s failed courtship of a Bulacan lass to Gen. Douglas MacArthur’s abandoned Filipina mistress.

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Pinoyspotting: Jamaica

Pinoyspotting: Jamaica

Rey E. de la Cruz easily rubs elbows with kababayans on his travels.

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