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Bobby T. Yalong

Bobby T. Yalong The Asian Journal is pleased to announce the debut of a regular weekly column by Mr. Bobby T. Yalong. Tito Bobby, as he is fondly called, is a familiar name and face in the community. He will be writing about the things he is passionate about in his column, which he calls On the PEP [People, Events, Places] Front. For his inaugural article, Tito Bobby wrote a two-part article that traced his journey, from his nascent and youthful showbiz-related days to becoming one of Manila’s top and respected fashion designers to his life here in the United States today, doing what he does best, whether it is in the field of art, fashion, and now media. Happy reading!


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PACCAL’s 2017 International Women’s History Month commemoration through the lens

The Pan American Citizens Action League, Inc. (PACCAL) pompously commemorated Women’s History Month by honoring 12 Women Achievers and 3 Influential Women with the recognition of 2 of the organization’s most loyal and hardworking members last Saturday, March 18, at … Continue reading

March 24, 2017

PACCAL recognizes women‘s impact and empowered status in today’s society

Women have strategically used and relentlessly conceived various methods and schemes to break barriers and untiringly promote gender equality that they may stand at par with their male counterparts. Through the years history has remarkably generated an immense number of … Continue reading

March 17, 2017

Parokya ni Edgar consistently nails rock band dominance

The 60s and 70s gave a rapid emergence of boy bands not only in the US and European countries but in Manila, principally. Since music is said to be the universal language, then I would have to say band music, … Continue reading

March 03, 2017

Joel Arapiles dances for self-gratification and entertainment

Dancing, aside from singing, is another performing art form Filipinos are well-adept with. Being an extra variety of emotional interpretation through body locomotion, dance had been an effectual tool of social interaction with a compelling visual implementation of religious and … Continue reading

February 25, 2017

Shane Ericks clinches her singing passion with paramount perseverance

Just like keys and padlocks which are manufactured with precise duplicates, some singers, no matter how distinct their voices are, could limitlessly have exacting vocal replicas…even with almost similar physical features. Take Karen Carpenter (as an example) of The Carpenters … Continue reading

February 03, 2017

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