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Alba Iulia
Sunday, December 6, 2020

Entertainment

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.

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.

Comedy sensation: Fil-Aussie Lorenzo Laraño’s online sketches go viral

Melbourne based Filipino Lorenzo Laraño has always wanted to pursue his dreams. Working in retail for quite some time, he thought he'd take a leap of faith to experience what it might be like to do stand-up...

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...

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...

Coronavirus jokes to ease the stress

As the world braces for more grim news brought about by the global pandemic that is COVID-10 (coronavirus) it is normal to feel stressed and distressed. For Pinoys, we always get through crises like...

‘Quezon’s Game’ Review: Philippines as sanctuary of refugees

In this modern-day wave of migration of Filipinos abroad including Australia, it is applauding to be cognizant of the Philippines’ history of opening its doors to refugees fleeing war and persecution in their home countries. 

Award-winning ‘Quezon’s Game’ now showing in Australia

Critically acclaimed historical film Quezon's Game starring Filipino-Australian Raymond Bagatsing is currently screening in selected theatres in Australia and New Zealand. The film recently screened in the U.S., Canada,...

Who’s laughing now? Jo Koy back in Melbourne

Jo Koy’s Just Kidding World Tour saw the Fil-American stand-up comedian performing on 15 December to a 5,000-strong crowd composed mostly of Fil-Aussies.  Guffaws reverberated throughout the Plenary Hall of Melbourne Convention Centre for...
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Getting to know Filipino-Australian ‘guitar master’ Bernardo Soler

Bernardo is an award winning classical guitarist. He wanted to learn how to play guitar after hearing classical guitarist Julian Bream play on...

Simbang Gabi Masses 2020 and Other Liturgical Celebrations in the Archdiocese of Melbourne

With the easing of some Covid-19 restrictions and with up to 150 people now able to attend Mass in person at churches...

New Consul General and additional consular staff arrive in Melbourne

Ms. Maria Lourdes M Salcedo has been appointed by the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary, Teodoro Locsin Jr, as the new...

Talented Fil-Aussie siblings ‘The Quinals’ ready to take on the world

The pandemic has impacted many Filipino-Australian artists and musicians in an industry which relies heavily on live music to succeed. With the...