Chicago Cultural Alliance Presents World's Winter: Celebrations in Chicagoland, 1/10
This winter, the Chicago Cultural Alliance presents a multicultural exhibit sharing ethnic holiday traditions including crafts, decorations and ceremonies from first voice perspectives with pop-up window displays and galleries in the Loop.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Faculty, students organize Typhoon Relief Read-a-Thon to fundraise for Philippines
Knowing first-hand the destruction a typhoon can wreak, Dominique Cagalanan knew she needed to find a way to help, as soon as heard about the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
Pinay wows judges, fights for top 4 in 'X Factor USA'
Ellona Santiago, the Filipino-American contestant in the top 6 of "The X Factor USA," wowed judges Thursday with renditions of hits from Lady Gaga and Beyonce.
How U.S. Immigration Laws Could Help The Philippines Recover From Super Typhoon Haiyan
Nearly a month after Super Typhoon Haiyan became the deadliest storm to ever strike the Philippines, the United States may help deal with the aftermath by protecting Filipinos in the U.S. from deportation and letting them work.
Squamish raises $14K for Haiyan relief
Volunteers boogie to the music at the Squamish Filipino Community fundraiser on Saturday .
PHL Consulate attends UNICEF's fundraising drive in Los Angeles
Consul General Ma. Hellen Barber De La Vega attended UNICEF's launching of its fundraising drive in Southern California on 19 November 2013 to support disaster relief and recovery efforts for children victims of Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
When words save lives: "storm tsunami" vs. "storm surge"
While many towns in Eastern Samar were wiped out by Typhoon Haiyan's winds and resulting storm surge, one remained standing.
Citing typhoon, Filipinos press immigration status
Fresh from a weekend teleconference on nonprofit aid to the typhoon-ravaged Philippines, Aida Rivera, Pennsylvania chairwoman of the National Federation of Filipino-American Associations, said Tuesday that local groups had joined a growing movement to seek "temporary protected status" for Filipinos in the United States.
SPC Ardmona fruit to support typhoone survivors
The company suggested the Australian federal government could buy the food at discounted prices and send it overseas, but the government has not responded.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Dutch photographer trains lens on Filipino culture overseas
NETHERLANDS Large prints of Filipinas laughing in front of a whole lechon. Framed photographs of stacks of cloth with the names of the people they're meant for.
Campaign for Temporary Protected Status for Filipinos
From Mujeres Unidas Y Activas Nationally-coordinated actions calling for immigration relief for Filipinos Filipino organizations across the United States are leading a broad coalition of organizations to announce nationally coordinated actions to call for humanitarian immigration relief for Filipinos in the United States through Temporary Protected ... (more)
Parksville-Qualicum Beach News
Philippines disaster relief event in Parksville raises thousands
PHILIPPINES FUNDRAISER: More than 300 people packed Harris Oceanside GM's showroom Sunday afternoon in a fundraising effort to help the people of the Philippines recover from Typhoon Haiyan.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
DFA urges Pinoys to avoid non-essential travel to Thailand
The Department of Foreign Affairs is urging Pinoys to defer non-essential travel to Thailand amid unrest in the Thai capital.
The Daily Star
Filipino community crowns goodwill ambassador
BEIRUT: Members of Lebanon's Filipino community turned out in the hundreds Sunday for the OMT Miss Philippines Lebanon 2013 beauty pageant, organized by the Filipino Cultural Guild and sponsored by OMT Western Union.
Kulinarya Crowns New Champs
San Francisco had a taste of Philippine culinary prowess during the culmination of the 4th Annual Kulinarya, A Filipino Culinary Showdown.
US Execs, Fil-Ams join memorial for massacre victims
San Francisco-based Filipino-American author and journalist Benjamin Pimentel addresses his kababayans who attended the 4th commemoration of the Ampatuan Massacre, where 32 of the 58 people killed were his fellow journalists.
Vallejo fundraisers for Filipino typhoon victims gets off to strong start
Angelica Dongallo performs a 'Binasuan' dance, balancing a partially filled glass on her head, as part of the performance by the Kariktan Dance Company at Saturday's 'Hope for Haiyan' benefit in Vallejo for victims of the recent typhoon in the Philippines.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Guest editorial: Help the Philippines now
When a disaster such as Typhoon Haiyan arrives anywhere, the first reaction many people share is curiosity about the death toll.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Canberrans helping victims of Typhoon Haiyan
Canberra's local Filipino community will be hosting its annual Christmas celebration tomorrow in the grounds of the Philippine Embassy while there'll also be a fundraising drive to help victims of Typhoon Haiyan, Deputy Leader of the Opposition Alistair Coe said today.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
This is Local London
Boxes ready to be shipped at St Joseph's Catholic Church on Tuesday
The horrors of Typhoon Haiyan have rippled across the world and been felt keenly among Epsom's large Filipino community.