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‘Incarcerated 6×9’: A story of hope and survival inside prison

APICC and Kularts present a creative non-fiction inspired by incarceration accounts of Fil-Ams The era of mass immigration in the past has also coincided with an era of mass imprisonment in the United States, which has further transformed paths to adulthood … Continue reading

April 27, 2017

‘Gongster’s Paradise: A Kulintang Party’

A Celebration of Music, Heritage and Culture The gong-chime culture has always been a large part of Southeast Asia, but not a lot know what a kulintang is.  A kulintang is a modern term for this ancient instrumental form of … Continue reading

April 20, 2017

The meaning of Holy Week

- Filipino traditions and practices during Holy week - Interesting facts about Easter Sunday For Christians, Holy Week is definitely a very sacred time of the year.    Starting on Palm Sunday onto Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday; it is … Continue reading

April 06, 2017

A Pinay gathering: Celebrating Women’s History Month through Fil-Am women writers and their books

by Heather Domingo / AJPress  To honor Women’s History Month, a Pinay gathering was celebrated at the Philippine Expressions Bookshop in San Pedro, California on Saturday, March 25. With about 50 guests in attendance, eight different authors participated in the … Continue reading

March 29, 2017

75th Anniversary of Bataan Death March

Remembering the courage of our heroes On April 9, 1942, three months after the Bataan of Bataan in the Philippines during World War II; Filipino and American prisoners of war were forcibly transferred by the Imperial Japanese Army from Mariveles, … Continue reading

March 16, 2017

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