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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Carlos Bulosan’s Seattle

Carlos Bulosan’s Seattle

We celebrate the centennial of Carlos Bulosan, considered the best Filipino American writer of his generation.  

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The War Brides

The War Brides

The Second Wave of Filipino immigration to the United States came between 1946 to 1953, when Filipino servicemen brought their brides to live in the country they fought for in WWII.

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Life on the Bayou

Life on the Bayou

How early Filipino Americans settled in Louisiana. 

    

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Food in 2 Worlds™ Podcast: First Comes Filipino Immigration then a Jollibee Restaurant

Food in 2 Worlds™ Podcast: First Comes Filipino Immigration then a Jollibee Restaurant

Is Jollibee a symbol of American culinary imperialism or a proud emblem of Filipino business success? For the answer listen to the Food in 2 Worlds™ podcast.

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Cora's New Gift Idea

Cora's New Gift Idea

Gemma Nemenzo interviews Cora M. Tellez, a Filipina corporate executive whose business credentials run impressively deep. Tellez founded Sterling HSA in 2004, shortly after she “flunked retirement.”

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