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The Filipino experience

Tim Llena commemmorates his community’s centennial in the isles with photographic portraits. (StarBulletin Hawaii) “ONE HUNDRED years is a long time,” begins photographer Tim Llena in his artist’s statement for “FACES: Portraits of Filipinos in Hawaii.” The collection of images, a few of which are featured on this page, Read more »

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Stand Up – UN Millennium Campaign

Youths with the words ‘Stand up against debt’ painted on their faces join a human chain to commemorate the fight against poverty, in Manila October 16, 2006. The Philippines remains one of the most impoverished nation in Southeast Asia. A report on Monday showed that the Philippines was falling Read more »

Professional Regulation Commission Swears in New Nurses

MANLA, OCTOBER 16, 2006 (STAR) By Sheila Crisostomo – The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) pushes through today with the oath-taking of examinees who passed the leakage-tainted nursing board examinations last June following the favorable decision by the Court of Appeals (CA) before the weekend.

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Filipino artists aim for longest painting record

MANILA, Oct. 15 — Artists from various parts of the Philippines will try to beat Iran’s longest painting on a continuous canvas when they simultaneously pick up their brushes on Monday, local media reported on Sunday.


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One Nation, Overseas

Need (hired) help? Try the Philippines, the forerunner of tomorrow’s distributed economy, supplying nurses, teachers, techies, and sailors to the global village. They’re known as bagong bayani, a Tagalog expression meaning “new heroes.” That may sound a bit inflated, but at a succession of December celebrations in Manila, Filipinos Read more »