Is it possible to find a serious relationship on online dating sites and apps? If you met your partner online, are you most likely to get married? Is it even possible to find your future husband or wife on the internet? These are only a few things that most people who are seeking for true… Continue reading Find a serious relationship on dating sites that leads to marriage
I wrote poems before discovering that I could use them as lyrics to my songs. This is a collection of the poems I’ve written from the time I tried to describe my first crush poetically until I attempted to capture special moments with words, Pablo Neruda style. Worn-out Levi’s jeans Your dusty tattered Mojo Beneath… Continue reading Poems, some used in songs
Along the tourist-flocked Chinatown Food Street in Singapore, a long-established restaurant hails potential customers to get inside with its free spiritual books in English and Chinese, old tapes and CDs with Chinese labels. Nothing in its facade is delicious. A menu of three dishes handwritten in Chinese and English on a chalk board: BROWN RICE… Continue reading How a vegan restaurant in Singapore tries to fight cancer
Batabor remembered how she left home that day. Except for the intermittent sounds of gunfire, she thought her neighborhood was quiet.
The first Matigsalug film that was critically acclaimed by the most prestigious award-giving body of the country, Baboy Halas is the fruit of teamwork, especially with special participation of the tribe members themselves.
It aims to preserve and portray “gruesome or awesome” tales and urban legends in the country.
A Filipino domestic worker in Hong Kong once dreamed to improve her family’s house. After over two decades of working and getting involved in political activities, she dreamed something greater than for herself.
It explores the intersection between love and hatred; faith and religion; cultural preservation and modernization; and, past and present.
Filipino migrant workers accepted the apology of Hong Kong’s legislative council member, Regina Ip, for her controversial comments on Filipino domestic workers. They also wanted improvements in their conditions and better treatment of all migrant workers here.
This article is first published by The Diplomat. By Lorie Ann Cascaro HONG KONG — Feliza Guy Benitez, 58, first came to Hong Kong in 1993 as a domestic worker. She was to be paid a monthly salary at 3,200 Hong Kong dollars ($413). She thought a contract of two years would be enough to… Continue reading Hong Kong domestic workers want to junk ‘excessive’ fees