Filipinos In Cape Town—A Valuable Presence Since The 19th Century

Filipinos In Cape Town—A Valuable Presence Since The 19th Century

Did you know that Filipinos have been in Cape Town, South Africa for more than 150 years?

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Riding A Filipino Jeepney 101

Riding A Filipino Jeepney 101

A Filipino jeepney ride can be tricky to the uninitiated. Here’s how to survive it.

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What Happened to the Baguio I Once Knew?

What Happened to the Baguio I Once Knew?

Yes, you can go home again, but perhaps not to the hometown of your memories.

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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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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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Brain Drain, Portuguese-Style

Brain Drain, Portuguese-Style

Even a developed First World nation can start leaking highly skilled workers who seek better opportunities away from home.  

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Penelope V. Flores Lost Her Heart in Heidelberg

Penelope V. Flores Lost Her Heart in Heidelberg

Nothing stops this Rizal scholar from tracking the National Hero's German sojourn.

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How Tolerant Are the Dutch?

How Tolerant Are the Dutch?

The liberal Dutch society needs a sensitivity tune-up.

    

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Viña del Mar

Viña del Mar

An affair to remember and not regret.

   

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Loving Las Vegas

Loving Las Vegas

Some people who say their sojourn is temporary end up staying.

   

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