Eat my rice.

Eat my rice.

On the 3rd of December, his performance/dinner will happen from 3pm at the Elam Grad Show 2017, 20 Whitaker Place, Grafton, Auckland.

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PH HOSTS ASEAN SUMMIT

PH HOSTS ASEAN SUMMIT

The ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement and under-negotiation Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership – between ASEAN members and Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand – mean that ASEAN is at the heart of New Zealand’s key trade interests.

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Culture Clash

Culture Clash

Openly pointing out somebody’s flaws is generally considered rude – so why do supposedly polite Filipinos do it?

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Post-Election Euphoria or Malaise?

Post-Election Euphoria or Malaise?

Another election is behind us and there has been no change on one front – the electoral prospects for Asian candidates has once again proven to be dismal. Kiwis were not quite ready to vote for them.

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Manila has never been this close

Manila has never been this close

Manila to Auckland non-stop in just 10 hours – from 6 December 2017.

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Allure of beauty pageants on the rise again

Allure of beauty pageants on the rise again

The number of beauty pageants – for both young and old – that have spawned in New Zealand and overseas recently is mind-boggling.

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Auckland Independence Day Event

Auckland Independence Day Event

On the 17th of June hundreds of our kababayans gathered at the Mt. Albert Memorial Hall for the 119th Philippine Independence Day commemorations in Auckland.

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“You can see a woman’s beauty through her heart.”

“You can see a woman’s beauty through her heart.”

Shekinah Delos Santos; a Law graduate and the sole Filipina finalist in Miss Universe NZ 2017, was picked 2nd Runner Up on finals night on 12th August 2017.

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The politics of immigration

The politics of immigration

Government backs down on proposed changes to immigration policy

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Finding Beauty in New Zealand

Finding Beauty in New Zealand

This beauty bias is endemic and brutal. Actors, models, even politicians are criticised mercilessly for the colour of their skin. Any TV star who is not stick-thin will struggle to find success in any arena other than comedy.

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