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LIFESTYLE

Review: Seven Reasons To Watch The King and I (Especially If You're Filipino) 

From the lavish costumes to the high-energy performances and just the right mix of drama and comedy, the King and I has all the ingredients for a fun night out.

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LIFESTYLE

Who wants to sit on the Iron Throne? 

Game of ThronesGame of Throne fans in Sydney will have a chance to sit on the Iron Throne - or take a selfie with it - at the Museum of Contemporary Art from July 1 - 5.

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LIFESTYLE

Travel to Philippines: Sumaguing Cave, Sagada 

Sagada is a magical place north of the Philippines. Here are seven happy snaps from intrepid Australian-Filipina traveller Lorraine Mendiola.

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FILIPINIANA

Final days to apply for $10k-$25k arts grants in Western Sydney 

Western Sydney, the central hub of the Filipino-Australian community in NSW, is about to get a $30 million cash injection for arts projects that enrich various communities - but grant applications must be submitted by the end of this month. 

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LIFESTYLE

World Supremacy Battlegrounds search for Australia's hottest street dancers 

DancingThe hottest dancers, freshest b-boys and most amazing beat boxers are going to rock the stage in October during the World Supremacy Battlegrounds street dance and music festival.

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LIFESTYLE

My First Mo Awards 

Australian-Filipina journalist meets the creme de la creme of the country's live entertainment circuit when she attended her first Mo Awards.

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FILIPINIANA

2014 APCO Freedom Ball: Keep the fire burning 

The 1898 Philippine revolt against Spanish colonial rule was bold, brave and bloody. More than 116 years on, Filipinos around the world honour the heroes from that tumultous period.

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FILIPINIANA

A weekend to celebrate Philippine Independence  

Haven't decided yet what to do this weekend? Check out this calendar of events celebrating Philippine Independence.

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HELP AFTER HAIYAN

World Vision to provide $62m assistance to typhoon survivors 

World Vision was one of the first charity agencies to provide aid days after super-typhoon Yolanda hit the Philippines. Six months on, they remain committed to providing assistance.

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