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.

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'

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

Leila, for the Millennials who glimpse her from their parents’ stories, was the ...

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Student Canteen's Leila Benitez: Where is she now?

'Filipinos should have the opportunity to leave, but should then come back with the skill ...

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Filipina Harvard grad: 'Go abroad, then come home'

Anna Lopez Brosche says she will bring her accounting experience to the Jacksonville City ...

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Fil-Am is first Asian American councilor of Florida city

Who are the Filipinos making their mark in Singapore? Here are some Filipino trailblazers ...

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#SG50: Crowdsourced list: Filipino trailblazers you should know

'The power of education could really change you and the world,' says Froilan Malit, who ...

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Ex-sampaguita boy blooms in Cornell, Oxford, Gulf states

'To reach the North Pole is considered the pinnacle of polar exploration,' says Sam ...

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Filipina joins expedition to the North Pole

Rex Custorio, 23, is the first Filipino graduate of the Korea Air Force Academy

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Pinoy Korea Air Force Academy grad: 'Nationalism goes a long way'