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Daing na Bangus 

Possibly my favourite Filipino dish. I ordered it at every opportunity when I visited the Philippines.

Now that I’ve been back in Toronto for a couple of weeks the cravings have started. 283 more words


The State of Gay Rights Around the  World 

Joaquin Tenedora-Forte

November 18, 2015

People in much of the western world never really thinks of marriage (equality) today, because they have marriage equality Already. You may probably do not realize that there are countries around the world, particularly in Africa and the Middle East that does not have equal treatment for the LGBT community, in some of these countries it is even illegal to be gay. 283 more words



Recipes – GARLIC FRIED RICE (filipino style)

Garlic Fried Rice also called as Sinangag is the most popular dish of the Philipines. It is steamed rice stir-fried with lots of garlic. 224 more words


Hate to say it.


Stepped in your place for the first time,

Welcomed my bored soul with that smile.

Prepared to show you my best self,

Scared I would end up needing help. 349 more words

Angelo Caerlang

Articles About Moors Part 5 – By Aljamere Bey

(Excerpt from ‘The Moorish Guide’ Newspaper – 1929 A. D. = 1349 M. C.)

“The Moorish Guide’ enters the field of journalism with “Malice to none and charity to all”. 505 more words



Sa totoo lang ay wala sa hinuha ko ang pumasok ngayong Sabado sa opisina. Halos dalawang buwan na yata akong hindi pumapasok ng Sabado. Hindi ko rin alam kung bakit nga ba ako pumasok gayong p’wede ko namang gawin ang naiwan kong trabaho kagabi sa Lunes. 481 more words


Nonfiction/ / / 2015

The works in Nonfiction are forays into deliberate error or failure as a central subject in one’s art. Produced from readily available material and carried out through productive means familiar in each one’s practice – Cao with performative projects, Lim with sculptures, and Rodriguez with interventions and objects – each work simultaneously performs as other less familiar forms. 154 more words