Tai Chi Chuan Sword and the Cop

Tai Chi Chuan Sword and the Cop

When a policeman drew a gun on a martial artist practicing his routine in a Pennsylvania park.

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Of Cocks and Men

Of Cocks and Men

Cockfighting as a phallic analogy.

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A Healer's Path Comes Not By Chance

A Healer's Path Comes Not By Chance

From Kankanaey roots to the Daughters of St. Paul and the Lakota Buffalo Robe, a Mountain Province native’s spiritual journey to an all-encompassing universe.

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They're All We Shall Ever Want for Christmas

They're All We Shall Ever Want for Christmas

A grieving son shares memories of Christmas in Baguio with his parents.

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Dancing with Ligaya

Dancing with Ligaya

How a Filipina dance artist found her Asian self in the native dance called Pangalay.

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The Birth of Simbang Gabi in San Francisco

The Birth of Simbang Gabi in San Francisco

How the tireless efforts of a Filipino American woman turned Simbang Gabi into an official religious event in San Francisco’s parishes.

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My Tarlac Lights Up the World With Belenismo

My Tarlac Lights Up the World With Belenismo

A Christmas tradition lights up the long stretches of provincial roads in Tarlac.

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Holiday Dishes with Ilocano Flavors

Holiday Dishes with Ilocano Flavors

Correspondent Elizabeth Ann Quirino’s recent visit to Vigan brought back holiday food memories that are distinctly Ilocano.

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The Vanishing Hitchhiker, the White Lady and Hauntings Across the Seas

The Vanishing Hitchhiker, the White Lady and Hauntings Across the Seas

What you may not want to see on your rearview mirror on a dark night.

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Images of Semana Santa

Images of Semana Santa

As Filipino Catholics take time to pray and reflect this Holy Week, we feature a collection of images that depict time-honored traditions.

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