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Forget rap battles and lipsync battles, Filipinos in the 18th century practiced a far more sophisticated literary expression called ‘Balagtasan’ and one group of Filipino migrants hopes to revive this practice even for one day in Sydney next month. » more
YOLO. You only live once. For the young women of Malolos, there was only one way to live - and that was to kickstart a revolution. » more
Sydney visitors explore the oral history of Torres Strait Islander descendants of Filipino pearl divers. » more
Dance enthusiasts should take advantage of a rare dance workshop this coming Saturday (July 18) to be hosted by visiting Filipino artist and choreographer Raymund 'Rama' Marcaida. » more
It's one of the biggest annual gatherings of Filipinos in Sydney - the 2014 Grand Fiesta Kultura delivered fun, food and a lot of festivities at the Fairfield Showground over the long weekend. » more
Western Sydney, the central hub of the Filipino-Australian community in NSW, is about to get a $30 million cash injection for arts projects that enrich various communities - but grant applications must be submitted by the end of this month. » more
The 1898 Philippine revolt against Spanish colonial rule was bold, brave and bloody. More than 116 years on, Filipinos around the world honour the heroes from that tumultous period. » more
If it's good enough for 100 million Filipinos, it's good enough for Lady Gaga. Here are seven ways to rock a Filipiniana on and off stage - just in time for Independence Day celebrations in June. » more
The 'aswangs' or Filipino vampires are said to come out of their hiding places on Good Friday. This is just one of eight Holy Week superstitions that many Filipino-Australians may have long forgotten or probably never knew. » more
The Philippine-born musical genre called “kundiman” is slowly disappearing, at least to the ears of Filipino migrants in Australia. But it has found an unlikely guardian in the form of a seniors choir based in Sydney. MICHELLE BALTAZAR writes. » more
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