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The spirit of the land, the soul of the earth that echoes the lives of people who have merged with Australia’s Dreamtime. » more
The Banag-Banag Inc flag ceremony last Sunday was a day of revelation for one Australian Filipina. » more
Someone somewhere has long been wondering: does Philippine literature exist? » more
A vocal coach finds herself giving not just voice lessons but life lessons to her young students, including the journey to sharing the stage with singing sensation and YouTube star, Charice. » more
Art feeds the man, finance feeds the machine, writes Michelle Baltazar. » more
Multi-talented singer Lani Misalucha lived up to her title as Asia’s nightingale when she performed to packed audiences in Sydney and Melbourne last month. Stage veteran, and her newly-acquired fan, Rod Dingle, shares what it’s like behind the scenes of her performances. » more
I ask the newly-elected Philippine government to do what’s right. I am immensely proud of my peers in the Filipino press and amazed at how they get on with their jobs despite death threats. They deserve the government’s support to make sure the Ampatuan massacre never happens again and the harshest penalties leveled against.. » more
The Filipino-Australian community in Perth lends a helping hand to typhoon victims in the Philippines. An essay on the compassionate nature of Filipinos by TERESA GUMINA » more
Don't be fooled. Generation Y don't just tweet or update their Facebook status to let their friends know what they just ate. They use technology to also do good for their community. » more
What happens when four Aboriginal elders and three Filipino women gather round the dining table and share each other’s life stories? A workshop that uncovers many similarities between two distinct cultures. Here are some excerpts from the report written by Deborah Ruiz Wall following the project. » more
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