Martial Law Stories: My Thriller in Manila

Martial Law Stories: My Thriller in Manila

How self-proclaimed terrorists in 1980 tried to extort money from the Yuchengcos.

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The Stunning Isabel Preysler

The Stunning Isabel Preysler

Isabel Preysler, former wife of Julio Iglesias and a staple of Spanish society and gossip magazines, was already a stunner at grade school in the Philippines.

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[PARTNER] PIA: Going Strong at 29

[PARTNER] PIA: Going Strong at 29

Philippine International Aid’s benefit fashion show isn’t only a huge fundraiser for Filipino children’s schooling, but it’s also the San Francisco Bay Area Fil-Am community’s social event of the year.

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Sixties Shades of Gray

Sixties Shades of Gray

The years of living oh so creakily.

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Jose Rizal, the Oracle

Jose Rizal, the Oracle

A parlor game created by the Philippines’ National Hero is uncovered.

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[PARTNER] High Fashion for Charity

[PARTNER] High Fashion for Charity

The Philippine International Aid (PIA), one of the oldest and biggest Fil-Am charitable organizations in the West Coast, held its annual fundraiser last November 23 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco. The event featured prominent Manila designer Criselda Lontok.

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Positively Filipino's Big Haul of Plaridel Awards

Positively Filipino's Big Haul of Plaridel Awards

Positively Filipino writers won 6 awards and 6 honorable mentions at the Philippine American Press Club's 2014 Plaridel Awards.

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Robin Williams: A Certain Sadness

Robin Williams: A Certain Sadness

Robin Williams could take away our sadness but not his.

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66 Years, 2 Months, 21 Days...And Still Counting

66 Years, 2 Months, 21 Days...And Still Counting

Mona Lisa Yuchengco's documentary on ninety-five-year-old widower Delfin Gonzalez who poignantly reminisces about the life he shared with his one and only love.

 

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