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From M16 to JOHN 3:16

When Don Quilao got a letter to be a part of the Canadian delegation to Asia in the fall of 2012, he thought it was a spam and decided to …

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Passion Forward With Rocky Gathercole: Fashion Rebel With a Cause

Filipino avant-garde designer Rocky Gathercole has made a name for himself through his uncon-ventional fashion aesthetic. Having dressed the likes of Hollywood femme fatales such as Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, …

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Down But Not Out

Boxing purists and mixed martial arts enthusiasts are known to never back down from a fight. In defence of their respective crafts, even more so. For decades, boxing owned the …

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Fierce & Confident

Plus-size model Katrina Gumabao has had a whirlwind year. From visiting new cities to falling in love, she’s also walked the runway for Pulp Fashion Week Paris, and most stunningly, …

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The Great Canadian Adventure

The weather feels more like winter than spring. But this should not deter you from planning your next great Canadian getaway, whatever the season is. So what is Kubo Magazine’s suggestion? Let’s take it up a notch. It’s time to plan for a great Canadian adventure! RIDE THE WAVES IN

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The Hill We Climb: Amanda Gorman’s Inaugural Poem

Mr. President, Dr. Biden, Madame Vice-President, Mr. Emhoff, Americans and the world, When day comes we ask ourselves, Where can we find light in this never-ending shade? The loss we carry, a sea we must wade We braved the belly of the beast We’ve learned that quiet isn’t always peace

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Fire Mummies and Hanging Coffins

By Adam Karlin The first time I saw a backyard in the high mountains of the province of Benguet, Philippines, I wasn’t shown a pleasant garden, a trampoline, or other assorted typical symbols of an American lawn. I was shown a charnel house— shelves packed with hundreds of skulls and

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Joseph Morong: Staying in the Story

He described the beat as boring and not sexy. Stories for peace, or what he considered were stories for peace. A wavy-haired, sturdy man of mid-thirties, with legs crossed tightly, he fashioned his talk on communicating the message of the marginalized. A decade and a half had passed since he

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Boodle Fight: Get ready for an eating combat!

Planning and hosting a party or a get-together is not a walk in the park. Well, at least for me. As often as possible, I change it up a bit every now and then by introducing something new to the menu list, in addition of course to family favourites. On

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30+ Civic Ideas for Toronto’s Filipino Town

From a bitterly cold stretch to a pleasant weather for much of the cosmolis, the new season is accompanied by new beginnings. While spring could easily be associated with lumpia for us Filipinos (hello, spring rolls?), this author touts a few things for our blossoming community. Unwrapping my wishlist on

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Canada’s Illustrious Filipino Laid To Rest

  SENATOR TOBIAS ENVERGA JR. may be considered one of the most Illustrious Filipino-Canadians in this country. He was the first FilipinoCanadians to serve in the Senate of Canada after his appointment to the red chamber by then Prime Minister Stephen Harper five years ago. I will not forget the

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