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To the Valour of the Filipino and American Soldiers of Bataan

The Philippines and the United States commemorate Araw ng Kagitingan. Read More »

The Philippines Bus Hijacking: One Disaster Follows Another

"Hijacker kills 8 tourists" fits the Philippines' media image of a dangerous tourist backwater. But is this picture entirely fair? Read More »

Watching My Son Grow Up in the Philippines

An American 15-year-old boy loose in a nation of very pretty girls — "Danger, Will Robinson, danger!" Read More »

Building My Son’s Character and Love of Family in a Third World Country

Many parents wonder what it would take to make a teenager forget about his game console. I found a way. Read More »

Peter Ong Lim: A Writer’s Perspective on the PGA’s “Produced By Conference”

How did the Producers Guild conference look from a writer's perspective? Read More »

Book Review: Retribution: The Battle for Japan, 1944-45 by Max Hastings

This story will tell today's youth how courageous were their ancestors during the war against Japan. Read More »

Obama Should Not Have Met Philippine President

Obama finally meets the Philippine president, which could not have come at a worse time. Read More »

Book Review: Tears in the Darkness: The Story of the Bataan Death March by Michael Norman and Elizabeth M. Norman

Depth of research and range of perspectives help create an engrossing and essential book on the Bataan Death March. Read More »

Surreality, Gumption, and Happiness in the Philippines

Or, how to pay only forty dollars for a three-hour taxi ride to the beach. Read More »