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Embodying ‘Respect’ and ‘Values’ in the Filipino Community: Josephine Cajada

| October 6, 2015
Embodying  ‘Respect’ and ‘Values’ in the Filipino Community: Josephine Cajada

  It’s a festive mode on the fourth floor at the Bayanihan Center. Sitting in front of the room is Josephine Cajada, Chairperson of WOMED-HK (World Medical Support Services) with her husband as she bids farewell to her fellow members whom she calls her family. Dressed in immaculate attire from her red pants, white polo [...]

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Through the lens of hopeful eyes

| September 2, 2015
Through the lens of hopeful eyes

  When the land that you call home could be repossessed to make way for commercial use, what do you do? Document it. This is what a team of young avid experimental film-makers are doing to capture the lives beyond the glitz and glamor of city life and where hopefulness shines despite the grim reality [...]

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K Brosas invites OFWs to watch concert at Chater Road

| June 14, 2015
K Brosas invites OFWs to watch concert at Chater Road

  Filipina actress, singer, comedienne and tv host K Brosas invites OFW to watch her concert with Tom Rodriguez at Chater Road during the whole day celebration of the Philippine Independence Day on the 14th of June.

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Making Music Memorable: Meet Nobel Gabasan

| March 2, 2015
Making Music Memorable: Meet Nobel Gabasan

  In a world filled with musical titans both in the Philippines and overseas, Nobel Gabasan is undeterred by what others say, but rather, he has found his own rhythm of self-discovery despite Hong Kong’s fast pace lifestyle. “I live for today,” says Gabasan, nibbling on some hors d’oeuvres at a posh five star hotel [...]

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An interview with Monique Wilson

| February 20, 2015
An interview with Monique Wilson

  Celebrity Filipina artist and global activist Monique Wilson speaks on Erwiana Sulistyaningsih’s struggle for justice, the importance of solidarity and the One Billion Rising Revolution campaign.

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A conversation with Erwiana

| February 17, 2015
A conversation with Erwiana

Just a few minutes past five o’clock, a short giggle is heard before setting foot inside the office of Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM). The door opens and Erwiana Sulistyaningsih lays her eyes on me – another interview with a journalist, another chance to speak about her experience. Wearing a pair of red pants [...]

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The Pope’s Cantor: Little Prayers That Turn Into Big Miracles

| January 12, 2015
The Pope’s Cantor: Little Prayers That Turn Into Big Miracles

Preparations for the Papal visit in the Philippines went on a fast track for opera baritone singer Jesus Emmanuel ‘Nonon’ Baang who will be the official Cantor for the Pope’s Mass at the Manila Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica on Jan. 16, 2015 at 11 a.m. For every note emanating from the soul of baritone singer ‘Nonon’ Baang, [...]

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Understanding Opera: Meet Pinay Soprano Opera Singer Rachelle Gerodias

| November 21, 2014
Understanding Opera: Meet Pinay Soprano Opera Singer Rachelle Gerodias

From her highest notes to the lowest lows in her life, lucky are those who are able, not only to hear, but to listen to what truly makes Pinay opera singer Rachelle Gerodias unique in her own right. Singing is innate in the Filipino culture. For Filipina opera singer Rachelle Gerodias, singing is partly love [...]

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Meet Transpinay Brenda Alegre

| October 31, 2014
Meet Transpinay Brenda Alegre

Living a life filled with courage, integrity and more importantly, being truthful to one’s self is achievable as exemplified by transpinay Brenda Alegre. Everyone can be a hero. But going against what society expects one is supposed to live by compared to what one is destined to live by is not always easy. Breaking down [...]

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Brushstroke Markings: Meet Filipino Artist Randy Carizo

| October 8, 2014
Brushstroke Markings: Meet Filipino Artist Randy Carizo

For Filipino artist Randy Carizo living in Hong Kong, settling for a life with a passion for his craft has brought him to a place where he can only dreamed of when others might not had the courage to pursue it. High above at one of the hotel rooms-turned-art gallery hall, a fire burns brightly [...]

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