Filipinos In Cape Town—A Valuable Presence Since The 19th Century

Filipinos In Cape Town—A Valuable Presence Since The 19th Century

Did you know that Filipinos have been in Cape Town, South Africa for more than 150 years?

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Will The Philippine Jeepney Soon Be Extinct?

Will The Philippine Jeepney Soon Be Extinct?

Are Filipinos ready for demise of their trustee commuter jeepney?

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Savoring Hidden Flavors of the Philippine Kitchen

Savoring Hidden Flavors of the Philippine Kitchen

You think you know Filipino food? Food scholar Amy Besa and Chef Romy Dorotan dig up virtually unknown native ingredients.

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The Happy Home Cook: Christmas Recipes

The Happy Home Cook: Christmas Recipes

These are holiday dinner entrees with a traditional touch to it. They’re simple, savory and special plus there’s plenty of room to make it ahead.

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Ken Burns’ ‘Vietnam’: The War in Our Hearts and Minds

Ken Burns’ ‘Vietnam’: The War in Our Hearts and Minds

How one Filipino American college student and ROTC trainee lived through the Vietnam war.

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Remembering Nick

Remembering Nick

The late Filipino writer in English extraordinaire was a witty, shy but warm human being.

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Kusina De Manila, a Goat-To Restaurant

Kusina De Manila, a Goat-To Restaurant

Here’s where you can get terrific goat dishes near Chicago.

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The Happy Home Cook: Goat Papaitan (Bitter-Sour Dish Soup)

The Happy Home Cook: Goat Papaitan (Bitter-Sour Dish Soup)

Kusina De Manila's Chef Neil Salvatera shares his recipe for Goat Papaitan.

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Words of Gratitude from an “Alaga”

Words of Gratitude from an “Alaga”

What it took for a citizen of Hong Kong to recognize the contributions of two OFW nannies to her life.

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A Journey in Time with My Grandma

A Journey in Time with My Grandma

A Washington, DC history project reconnects the author with her grandma who was born 141 years ago.

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