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WRITERS PEN

Featured Blog: Does Philippine literature exist?  

Novels to readSomeone somewhere has long been wondering: does Philippine literature exist?

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HUMOUR

Book Review: The One Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared 

The one hundred year oldMillions of readers can't be wrong. A hilarious treat.

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LIFESTYLE

Book Review: The Pinay Princess and the Frog 

Eat That FrogIf you can't kiss 'em, eat 'em. A book shares tips on how to stop procrastinating and 'eat the frogs' that are getting in the way of your happiness.

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PEOPLE

Applause, applause, applause: FLAGCOM turns five 

Strike a poseTime to blow the candles - a Filipino group known for its artistic know-how and gay and lesbian rights advocacy turns five. 

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BUSINESS

$200 voucher up for grabs for five-minute survey 

A community survey aims to gather solid data on how well Filipino-Australians know the various remittance companies in the country.

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FILIPINIANA

Seven ways to sizzle a-la-Filipiniana 

Lady Gaga wears FilipinianaIf 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.

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LIFESTYLE

Marcus Rivera tours with The King And I 

Marcus Rivera in the King and IFormer Miss Saigon cast and multi-talented performer Marcus Rivera is touring with Opera Australia for the stage production of The King And I.

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FILIPINIANA

Eight Filipino Easter Superstitions You Forgot or Never Knew 

Palaspas massThe '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.

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FILIPINIANA

No to ‘open season’ on racism 

Lolita Farmer OAMThree prominent Australian-Filipina community leaders have rung the alarm on changing Australia's 'race hate' laws.

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BUSINESS

Make your remittance dollars work harder: SendMoneyAsia 

MoneyYou can save as much as 2,200 pesos when sending money back to the Philippines simply by logging on to a government-backed information website on remittance fees.

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