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Not even heavy rain could dampen the festive mood of the Filipino Lesbian and Gay Community (FLAGCOM) friends and supporters who participated in this year’s Mardi Gras parade in Sydney. » more
Each year, the Filipino contingent for the Mardi Gras parade just gets bigger and better. This year, there’s a fire engine truck involved. » more
Filipino actor Jake Cuenca and award-winning recording artist Jed Madela are in Australia this week to perform at the TFC Live Down Under shows. The Australian Filipina gets the lowdown on their latest projects and how they define the modern-day Filipina. » more
Next month’s Sydney Fringe Festival will feature a show titled ‘Aussies of the Magic Mic and Adobo Kind’, a series of vignettes on what it’s like to be a Filipino-Australian. Talented producer Rosary Coloma shares how the idea came about. » more
Marco Selorio, community advocate and founder of hip-hop, basketball and events management group Hoopdreamz, takes on the task of rounding up Fil-Aus youth singers, dancers and performers to showcase their talent at a youth concert to be held in October. » more
Australian Fiipina asks film buff Natalie Palomo what she's planning to watch at this year's Sydney Film Fest. » more
It’s not everyday that young and talented Filipinos get to perform at the Sydney Opera House. This year, vocal teacher TINA RANOSO BANGEL shows it can be done » more
Knowing little about Rizal before I went into the Tom Mann Theatre, I emerged with an appreciation for the suffering undergone by citizens of the Philippines during Spanish colonial rule, and a determination to buy a copy of ‘Noli Me Tangere’ » more
VERA ESPERANZA MANALAC will forever remember the play as the beginning of the end of her identity crisis » more
This is just what the Filipino community in Australia needs, a bit of class in the cultural front. » more
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