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Alba Iulia
Monday, March 1, 2021

Music

‘the AEses’ brothers make videos to raise money for needy in the Philippines

The Philippine Times recognises the struggles of local artists in Australia and around the world in 2020. The pandemic has impacted many Filipino-Australian artists and musicians in an industry which relies heavily on live music to succeed. The Philippine Times...

Fil-Aussie RnB talent Sheralyn May releases latest single: ‘Baby You’

Sheralyn May is a 21-year-old Pop/RnB singer from Melbourne, Australia with a Filipino-Australian heritage. Singing since the age of 6 years old, as a master school student at the David Jaanz School of Singing, Sheralyn’s passion for music has...

Filipino-Australian pianist finds joy creating videos to ‘fight’ the pandemic

The Philippine Times recognises the recent struggles of artists and musicians in Australia and around the world, including talented local Filipino-Australians. The pandemic has impacted an industry which relies heavily on live music to succeed. In an interview with The...

Fil-Aus artist Czarina finds songwriting therapeutic and inspiring

The Philippine Times recognises the recent struggles of artists and musicians in Australia and around the world, including talented local Filipino-Australians. The pandemic has impacted an industry which relies heavily on live music to succeed. In an interview with The...

Following his dreams: Fil-Aussie Billie Kid signs record deal

Up and coming artist, Billie Kid has signed up to a record deal with Star Music Group in Melbourne. A talented force to be reckoned with, Billie Kid was born in the Philippines, raised in Sydney and now lives in...

Filo comic turned rapper Tin Tin Adobo launches humour song

Rising Australian-Filipina influencer Tin Tin Adobo released her debut single “Can’t Twerk (Ocho Ocho)” on all digital music platforms in June.  The talented 24-year old comedian-turned-rapper’s new song is a satirical rendition of her physical flaws, with an ode to...

Gloc-9 & Shantidope share stage in Melbourne

The late Master Rapper, Francis Magalona once described Aristotle Pollisco aka. Gloc-9 as “a blacksmith of words and letters, and a true Filipino poet.” Growing up in Binangonan Rizal, Gloc-9 immersed himself in hip-hop by listening to the pioneers...

Bataan youth orchestra rocks Melbourne colleges

By Sanghaya Creo The 820-capacity auditorium at the Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, was filled to capacity on 14 June to feature a relatively unknown youth orchestra from provincial Philippines. For those in attendance, it was perhaps an opportunity to...

Singing architect is designing her own future – Sophia Dalisay

While the 2018 HSC students received their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) in late December, some were pleased and accepted their university places and are getting prepared for study. Others may still be disappointed and undecided on what the...
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Falling in and out of love in Australia: Philippine law on foreign marriage, divorce and annulment

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