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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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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Happy in the Holy Land

Happy in the Holy Land

Fr. Angelo Beda Ison, OFM, speaks more than a dozen languages and is happy serving pilgrims and his Church in the Holy Land.

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The Philippines Is Also in the Heart

The Philippines Is Also in the Heart

In trying to understand the world, a Filipino American learns to build bridges back to the Philippines.

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To Protest or Not To Protest? Filipinos In Hong Kong Weigh In

To Protest or Not To Protest? Filipinos In Hong Kong Weigh In

Despite the restrictions on their rights as migrant workers, a hardy bunch dared to join the Umbrella Revolution.

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OFWs of the Cloth

OFWs of the Cloth

Filipino priests make their mark in US Catholic parishes.

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The British Blitz Spirit for Yolanda Survivors

The British Blitz Spirit for Yolanda Survivors

Parsees of the UK and other Brits face a stormy night, pushing through, with stiff upper lips, a special Yolanda relief dinner. 

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Know Your Diaspora: Germany

Know Your Diaspora: Germany

According to one survey, 75 percent of Filipinos in Germany feel they have no problems with linguistic or cultural adjustment.

   

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In Rome, Doing As the Filipinos Do

In Rome, Doing As the Filipinos Do

Basking in the familiar with compatriots in the Eternal City.

    

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Motherland: Rovaira Dasig – You Can Go Home Again

Motherland: Rovaira Dasig – You Can Go Home Again

For some young expats, returning to the Philippines is a career path.

    

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