The most meaningful way to celebrate Philippine Independence Day on June 12 is by boycotting “Made in China” products until China abandons its illegal invasion, occupation and militarization of the Philippine territories in the West Philippine Sea. Read the rest of this entry »

Something big is happening on June 28 at the Burwood RSL Club (NSW), 97 Burwood St., Sydney, Australia as radio DZMM presents eleven (11) finalists who will vie to be the champion and represent the Filipino community in Australia in the Global Pinoy Singing Idol Competition 2015. Read the rest of this entry »

For over 15 years, the Philippine Community Council (PCC-NSW) has been presenting the Rigodon de Honor during the Philippine National Day Ball. However, the dance is not even a native Filipino dance. It is a Spanish-inspired dance introduced into the country by some Filipinos who visited France. Read the rest of this entry »

MANILA, Philippines — China’s aggressive reclamation of reefs in the West Philippine Sea has turned territorial defence into the country’s biggest security threat. It may even spark an armed conflict in the region, or at its worst, World War III. Read the rest of this entry »

DAVAO CITY, Philippines — Tears swelled in Clarita Alia’s eyes when she saw the three unmarked tombs, one on top of each other. “There they are,” she said as she stretched out her trembling hand, almost touching the cold, whitewashed concrete. “They’re all gone.” Read the rest of this entry »