Transcendental May Filipino Traditions

Transcendental May Filipino Traditions

Why Filipinos in the U.S. replicate Santacruzan and Flores de Mayo

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Filipino Terms of Endearment

Filipino Terms of Endearment

Ever wonder why sometimes a grandchild is called “apo sa tuhod”?

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Food for the Memory

Food for the Memory

Chef Malou Perez Nievera remembers best of all her father’s religiously prepared baked stuffed chicken for Christmas dinner.

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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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