Many Filipinos have broken barriers in boardrooms, politics, science, and the arts. They have made a name for themselves and have showcased Filipino talent, know-how, skill and ability. We recognize them for opening doors and blazing trails.
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From vegetable vendor to Bicol's salon magnate

While walking through a flooded market in Manila, a young Yco Tan decided that he was going to change his life. And he did.

While walking through a flooded market in Manila, a young Yco Tan decided that he was ...

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From vegetable vendor to Bicol's salon magnate

Lieutenant Colonel Leah Boling has broken barriers by becoming the first female chaplain ...

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Successful Fil-Am chaplain urges Filipino women to follow her lead

These Filipino Americans hope to break racial barriers in their respective bids for ...

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Fil-Am candidates aspire to break racial barriers in US elections

17-year-old Rina Fukushi, born in Manila, is the daughter of a Spanish-Filipino mother ...

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Model Rina Fukushi taking world by storm

'Ethical jewelry,' 'fair trade greeting cards,' and 'accessories that give' – these are ...

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This online shop sells products with real social impact

'Chess is like life. Every move you make has a consequence,' says Teacher Ocol, who, ...

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Joseph Ocol: Former whistle-blower now producing chess champs

Filipinos working in the Twitter HQ in Silicon Valley say honing your skills and growing ...

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Filipinos in Silicon Valley: Build yourself, your network

Erlinda Tiongco-Galeon defined courage and commitment

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#BalikBayan: Farewell to 'big sister'

It’s a time of creative destruction, and Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom is near ground zero

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Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom: Pushing boundaries

A group of Filipino expats is using chocolates to express a different kind of affection: ...

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Chocolatey love: OFW group seeks support for PH cacao farmers