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Crossing cultural borders through good food and dance 

This weekend, prepared to be dazzled by good food from around the world and a bit of Bollywood at the Auburn Flavours food fest.

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Angeline Quinto and Jovit Baldivino live in Sydney 

Pop superstar Angeline Quinto and Pinoy rock prince Jovit Baldivino will be performing this weekend in Chatswood and Rooty Hill in  concerts organised by the Philippine-Australian Community Foundation Inc.

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A night of Broadway in Burwood 

Tomorrow night promises an intoxicating night of Broadway featuring a Miss Saigon medley and songs from Evita and Phantom of the Opera, in a fundraiser headlined by Filipino theatre star Pinky Amador.

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Ala Paredes at the Jurassic Lounge 

Ala's art exhibitIn the middle of the eclectic mix of entertainment was the art exhibit of Filipino-Australian artist Ala Paredes.

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Pinky Amador to perform in Sydney 

Filipina  artist  Pinky  Amador will be in Sydney this month to headline a fundraising event and support a creative development  workshop  for  a  theatre  project  called Filipino-­Australian  Migration  Stories.

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More non-stop PAL flights to Manila 

A new flight schedule from Philippine Airlines starting next month means more non-stop flights from Australia to the Philippines.

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Sagip Kapwa flood appeal next month 

Various organisations, community groups and churches have organised their own fundraising appeal to help Filipinos displaced from their homes following torrential rain. A concert event titled Sagip Kapwa will be held in Blacktown next month.

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Australian cookbook features pinoy chef 

Marx Canoy and James Mussak A new cookbook by nationally revered chef James Mussak features Filipino-Australian boxer-turned-chef Marx Canoy.

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Deborah Wall immortalises historic moment with poetry 

Deborah enjoys a classic Aussie fareTalented Filipino Australian artist and long-time advocate of Aboriginal rights, Deborah Wall, has received a commendation for a poem she wrote about the day Australia said 'Sorry' to the Aboriginal community.

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Is being mataba a state of mind or body? 

As Australia celebrates Multicultural Health Week, the Australian Filipina ponders where Filipinos are in the weighing scales.

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