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'Right now it feels like someone declared open house for strangers to make this country their home – without ground rules,' asserts Chinese-Filipino Anna Gamboa
Chinese-Filipino Jeffrey P. Yap assures his fellow Filipinos that he is on the same boat, and is equally proud to wear a shirt with 'West Philippine Sea' printed on it
'We were born in the Philippines, grew up in the Philippines, live, work, and love in the Philippines. The Philippines is our home,' says Chinese-Filipino Freddie Tan
The issue of Tsinoys has turned Monsod into a careless pundit, and she serves as a cautionary tale for young scholars like myself. Success in public service, a newspaper column, and the final word on a TV show can make one lazy.
What the Monsod essay ‘boils down to’ is this: ‘We don’t trust China because we don’t trust Chinese and Chinese-Filipinos’ because, after all this time, and alas, we are still racists.
May all of us develop a more profound appreciation of our heritage as two distinct yet intertwined peoples says President Duterte
Has anyone imagined the logistical nightmare of translating a call for action of Filipino Chinese communities into actual policy?
The problem lies with President Aquino says a Chinese official whose grandfather was buried in the Philippines
A Filipino graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT rallies against those who belittle the achievement of UP s Tiffany Uy
There are voices suggesting that Chinese Filipinos will side with China in the event of war This is truly unfortunate because there is no doubt in our minds that we are Filipinos who love this country
The lion princes aren t after big earnings For them it s about a poor teenager s dream
Filipinos are said to suffer from identity crisis but what s wrong with that?
UPDATED The rescue happens two months after the two were abducted from a Malaysian dive resort and taken to Mindanao
The Philippines should use its ethnic ties with China in the dispute over the West Philippine Sea South China Sea analysts say
Will the United States ever have an Asian president? Only if the politicians could cross over to other communities
Is there irony in defying your culture s standards and embracing its heritage at the same time? One woman shares her tale
Being in a country where many distinct races live side by side I surmised that some locals must have seen the need to take people in context
Premier developer Anchor Land reduces its Chinese Filipino market to 60 of the client mix as it attracts more foreigners to properties outside its traditional base of Binondo
Many who are perceived by others as Chinese do not even see themselves as Chinese