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Hollywood’s top comedian Jo Koy celebrates Filipino heritage in new video

Hollywood's top comedian Jo Koy continues to celebrate his Filipino heritage in a new video about freedom. The top 10 ranking comedian on The Hollywood Reporter Social Climbers Charts actually puts the spotlight on the...

Museum of Philippine Economic History opens today in Iloilo City

Iloilo City today witnesses a historic first with the inauguration of the Museum of Philippine Economic History, the first ever museum dedicated to the country's economic history. The new Philippine museum will also exhibit Iloilo's...

Philippine Arts Month opens with Pasinaya festival of 3,000 artists

The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) celebrated the start of Philippine Arts Month in February with a jampacked weekend of “Pasinaya” - a multi-arts open house festival featuring Filipino heritage and arts performed...

Oscars nominees A Star is Born cinematographer Matthew Libatique, Pixar animator Trevor Jimenez, Bobby...

Three Oscar nominations were given to movie artists who trace their roots to Filipino heritage: A Star is Born cinematographer Matthew Libatique, Pixar animator Trevor Jimenez, and Bobby Pontillas of Taiko Studios. The record three...

Catriona Gray showcases Tagakaolo tribe inspired skirt in Miss U HQ New York

Miss Universe Catriona Gray continues to showcase Filipino heritage and art in her fashion, this time with a skirt inspired from the art of Tagakaolo group in Mindanao. In her Instagram post during a visit...

Catriona Gray champions Filipino artistry in Miss Universe pageant

2018 Miss Universe Catriona Gray proudly showcased the Philippines’ colorful heritage and artistry at the beauty pageant she won Monday morning in Thailand. Prior to the coronation ceremonies Gray has been showcasing Filipino heritage-infused-fashion since...

Rachelle Cruz wins 2018 American Book Award for poetry on Filipino folklore

Filipino-American poet Rachelle Cruz won an American Book Award for “God’s Will for Monsters,” a collection of poetry exploring the Filipino heritage of the author.

5 Pinoy Facts about Utah Valley University President Astrid Tuminez

New Utah Valley University (UVU) President Astrid S. Tuminez is all-around Pinoy and proudly carries her heritage to her new post.

Preserving culture through fashion – the story of Filip & Inna

The United Nations Development Program reported in 2013 that the Philippines is home to 14-17 million indigenous peoples (IPs), each group with a distinct cultural flavor and language. This diversity helps make the Philippines phenomenally rich in culture and traditions.
Jokoy on Netflix

Fil-Am comedian Jo Koy stars in Netflix TV special

Netflix has featured Filipino-American Jo Koy’s self-produced comedy special that is riding the boom in televised stand-up comedy.
Little Manila Dance Collective

Filipino teacher keeps folk dance alive in Stockton

A folk dance teacher-choreographer has decided that one of the best ways to celebrate his birthday is to do something incredible for the community

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