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Author and journalist KRISTYN MASLOG-LEVIS bonds with her daughter through storytelling. » more
Filipinos have all heard the lecture - from their parents, their grandparents and from their relatives - about the importance of going to school. Education is the greatest tool to rise above poverty, but to Malala Yousafzai, it is also a platform for peace. » more
Reconciliation is just a word to many, but to poet and photographer Deborah Ruiz Wall, bringing Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia together is a way of life. » more
Sydney-based artist Daisy Ann Gonzalez Cumming sets a new precedent in the way the Philippines' cultural agencies tap into the often overlooked talent of Filipino artists living abroad. » more
It was her second visit to the Philippines officially as a journalist on holiday. In 2009, Ms Baltazar went on assignment as a member of the Filipino Press Group of Sydney. » more
Copy of the Thank You Speech I would have given at the MAM Awards ceremony. » more
Cita Hoersch may have traveled around the world and call Australia home, but her ancestral home of Vigan is never far from her mind. » more
The Adelaide Cabaret Festival weekend getaway, or what I affectionately call the “Lea weekend” was something I had been looking forward to for quite a while! » more
Veronica Stewart-Monro, a talented Australian singer with Filipino heritage, is going to Hollywood to represent Australia as a top 25 finalist in the Avon Voices global talent search. » more
Most 11-year-old girls would wish for an ipod or a dress for their birthday. Not Issei Guarin. She wanted an audience with musical legend, Jim Paredes. » more
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