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75 Most Influential Filipino-Americans of 2018

Tune In to a Brand New Segment: Blogtalk Hollywood by MJ Racadio

October 02, 2018, (Los Angeles, California). Wow, it has been five years, since created this movement, in conjunction with Filipino-American History Month (October). 584 more words

Blogtalk With MJ Racadio

Gratitude at 120.

Here’s an undeniable truth: I launched the Echo Muse because I wanted to continue writing long after all the research and creative writing papers for the degrees were done. 1,439 more words

Musings

Things That I Love About America: Carlos Bulosan and His Book "America is in the Heart"

When I was growing up, I struggled with my identity as a Filipino American. Some of my Filipino classmates would criticize me for not know how to speak or understand Tagalog, and I would often be accused of being a banana (yellow on the outside, white on the inside). 602 more words

High Anxiety: Why killing people with niceness isn’t always the best approach

I have to remember that I am not talking to a woman who is mentally well. For nearly her entire life, she’s suffered from debilitating anxiety, paranoia, mistrust, and depression. 388 more words

Blog

At Lahi, Filipino Dishes, Classic and Idiosyncratic Alike by LIGAYA MISHAN


By LIGAYA MISHAN

The menu at this spot in Elmhurst, Queens, doesn’t stray far from favorites, but it does have occasional quirks, like a recasting of sisig as “tacos.” 12 more words

Food

At Lahi, Filipino Dishes, Classic and Idiosyncratic Alike by LIGAYA MISHAN


By Bhavesh Patil

The menu at this spot in Elmhurst, Queens, doesn’t stray far from favorites, but it does have occasional quirks, like a recasting of sisig as “tacos.” 7 more words

IFTTT

Short Story Month recommendations: IN THE COUNTRY

Mia Alvar’s collection about the lives of Filipinos at home and abroad was the most impressive debut since Molly Antopol’s The UnAmericans in 2014. Sometimes a “new” writer comes along whose talent is already fully formed and whose sensibility is distinct and powerful. 34 more words

Book Reviews