Gayang: Igorot Folklore Goes to the Comic Book

Gayang: Igorot Folklore Goes to the Comic Book

You can now learn about mythical Igorot creatures from a comic book

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Utom Unfolds T’boli Myths Through Music

Utom Unfolds T’boli Myths Through Music

Florante Aguilar’s “Utom” is “really a Filipino American composition in the sense that it is derived or influenced by traditional T’boli music but is our own musical creation as Filipino Americans.”

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New “Old” Filipino Master Paintings Surface and Break Auction Records

New “Old” Filipino Master Paintings  Surface and Break Auction Records

Find out why new ‘old’ Filipino masters’ paintings are breaking auction records.

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Sex, Love and Dating Apps

Sex, Love and Dating Apps

An award-winning filmmaker’s short documentary explores the dark side on online dating.

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It Takes A Pilgrimage

It Takes A Pilgrimage

Doing research in Delano, California for an art installation, artist France Viana learns about the most valuable crop planted by Filipino farm workers of old.

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A Magic Book & the Man Who Could Not Die

 A Magic Book & the Man Who Could Not Die

A new novel pays a debt to magical realism.

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The Fil-Am Journey Continues at San Francisco Filipino Cultural Center

The Fil-Am Journey Continues at San Francisco Filipino Cultural Center

What to experience at San Francisco’s Filipino Cultural Center

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Linda Ty-Casper, Master Storyteller

Linda Ty-Casper, Master Storyteller

Meet a Filipina master writer of fiction whose most important works are set during historical milestones in the Philippines.

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In Her Own Write

In Her Own Write

A conversation with writer Candy Gourlay on the art of writing the Filipino Story

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From Brooklyn to Buscalan: A Journey to Whang Od

From Brooklyn to Buscalan: A Journey to Whang Od

Meeting Whang Od, the oldest living traditional mambabatok artist, is worth the mountain trip.

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