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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
Three prominent Australian-Filipina community leaders have rung the alarm on changing Australia's 'race hate' laws. » 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
So you think you can raise a Philippine flag? Read this before you cause a diplomatic incident. » more
If you are planning to send items or goods to the Philippines, it is worth noting the seven must-have items in an emergency aid kit. » more
A group of volunteers in Sydney are mobilising efforts to raise funds that will go towards providing food, water and urgent supplies in the next 48 hours to the people of Tacloban. Here's how you can help. » more
This year marks the 150th birthday celebrations of Philippine hero Andres Bonifacio. Andres, who!?! » more
New job, new home, new beginning. Katrina Yu blogs about embarking on the next chapter of her life. » more
Unlike in the US where Asian-American Cultural Studies is a fully-fledged course, very little is understood about the emergence of the Asian-Australian culture - but one Australian-Filipina hopes to change that. » more
As many Filipinos the world over celebrate Megan Young's historic win as the first Filipina to be crowned Miss World, The Australian Filipina talks to the local community's own Miss Philippines-Australia 2012, JOANNA CUBELO, about what the pageant meant to her. » more
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