Opinion: Eulogizing Marcos

Opinion: Eulogizing Marcos

The ghost of Ferdinand Marcos still haunts the Philippines, 30 years after his ouster and 27 years after his death.

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Model Mom

Model Mom

Meet the mom behind California’s first Filipino-American legislator, Rob Bonta.

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Tacloban, Mon Amour

Tacloban, Mon Amour

Tragedy revives memories of pain and love for a gentle city.

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The Writer As Disruptor

The Writer As Disruptor

In which the journalist Ben Pimentel traces his journey as a writer.

    

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Zamboanga Siege: The Fire This Time

Zamboanga Siege: The Fire This Time

Behind Nur Misuari’s attack on Zamboanga

    

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Note From the Underground

Note From the Underground

A former revolutionary recalls the feats and follies of his involvement in the underground movement.

    

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Over a Barrel

Over a Barrel

With the pork barrel scandal, President Aquino faces his biggest leadership test. 

   

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Ninoy's Final Journey

Ninoy's Final Journey

Renowned journalist Ken Kashiwahara accompanied his brother-in-law Ninoy Aquino on the martyr’s final trip home and witnessed his last moments.

    

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40 Years in China: From Stranded Activist to International Journalist

40 Years in China: From Stranded Activist to International Journalist

​How exile shaped a brilliant career in journalism.

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Rebels from the Ruling Class: A review of Gina Apostol’s Gun Dealers’ Daughter

Rebels from the Ruling Class: A review of Gina Apostol’s Gun Dealers’ Daughter

Novel tracks the angst of rich kids who side with the poor.

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