The magazine's "reimagined version" includes popcorn and gummy bears over ice.
The continued failure to include us whenever you talk about Asian Americans is extremely insulting.
Clinton needs to remind Vietnamese and Filipino Americans of her record in Asia, of how she helped bring about democratic
A photograph of a young Filipino boy goes viral and changes the boy’s life forever.
"I wanted to shine a light on that poetry -- the poetry of Visayan or Waray or Filipino English. I also wanted to capture the poetry of survivors, of witnesses to extreme events."
When John Dang first stepped into the Philippines, he couldn't help but notice the sheer number of new buildings being developed. Dang was excited to be seeing the country changing right before his eyes--he saw an opportunity to be part of this change.
"The Filipino people should see Pemberton kissing the bars in a jail," lawyer Harry Roque said. Under the agreement, Washington
As an immigrant, I appreciated the importance of the Thanksgiving holiday as a uniquely American tradition. Our extended family adapted to the fervor that came with preparations for this holiday.
When my friends come to me screaming, "I have kwento!" in the most Taglish accents they can muster, I always feel a jolt of excitement run through me. I approach them, eyes wide, ears open, ready to listen to their story.
The Manongs are all gone now. But hundreds will gather on June 21 near Delano to mark four decades since the Agbayani Village was dedicated and to recognize the volunteers who helped build it.
It's one of the most unique flavor profiles out there, but where do you start?
I am looking through a luxury magazine in an airport transit lounge. Back home, my country, the Philippines is in the challenging attempt at helping our people hit by the super typhoon of all time: Yolanda/Haiyan.
Season three runner-up Manila Luzon, whoe first name comes from the capital of the Philippines, is echoing Jiggly's statements
It is a rarity, it seems, to see Filipino women participate. In Artesia, a small Southern California city of roughly 17,000 residents, a Filipina is trying to make a name for herself.
For a sitting senator to compare less than 24 hours standing in the ornate confines of the Senate chamber to weeks of torture on a freezing forced death march into concentration camps is despicable.
It is a small sorority of women who can call themselves Miss America. It gets even smaller when you consider how many women of color have won. This week, the sisterhood of Asian Miss Americas has grown to two.