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Alba Iulia
Friday, July 10, 2020

Editorial

Our lives as Filipino-Australians may never be the same again

The onset of the pandemic early this year has been reshaping the landscape of the world as we know it. As businesses close down or downscale and people shut themselves in, the world is making a radical...

The Coronavirus pandemic – affecting Filipino food, travel business

The impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has hit some Filipino businesses significantly in Melbourne since January, particularly GJ’s Grill. Renowned for its Bacolod style Chicken Inasal and Lechon, the popular restaurant has reported a...

Giving priority to health and safety, mental health

Every October, the Filipino-Australian community ought to be made aware of two of the month’s major highlights. Namely, that the World Mental Health Day is to be celebrated on the 10th and, spanning across the whole calendar...

Changing of the guard

Time truly has the power to enact change. A force so strong yet so subtle, it can impose alterations even to the most stable and most established.  Next year, the Australian Council of Multicultural...

Kapamilya, Kapuso, Kaibigan: where lies your loyalty?

We are all connected by an invisible thread but eventually becomes seeable the stronger it gets established. At the individual level, this link can be self-serving as in the case of one meeting one’s interest based...

The importance of involvement in elections

In a few weeks’ time, a momentous event is going to take place which concerns our people, our government, and, equally as important, the individuals who will take the helm as leaders of the governed. With this...

Missing home and hoping for a better 2019

Christmas is central to the Filipino culture. With a lifestyle and values extracted from the predominant religion, Catholicism, Christmas celebration is important to many Filipinos, or anybody who identifies with a Filipino heritage. After all, as tradition...

A big cheers for us for 2019!

A few more days and the new year ushers in. This is usually the best time to reflect on the year that was—the good and the bad, the opportunities and the lessons, the gains and the losses and everything...

Woman, speak up!

Sure, June is not the Women’s Month. But this time can be an equally appropriate more than ever when women should use their voice to speak up against misogyny. It has been prevalent even before when men leaders brandishing...

Face it! Big Brother is watching us surf the net

Every day, we log into our Facebook page, post photos, videos and updates, catch up with friends, read interesting articles/news, watch videos, play games and take fun quizzes. We give FB our complete trust and share information as if...
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