Dateline: Short stories and beyond about immigrants.
In 1992, I joined the exodus of thousands of Filipinos in search of a better future in the United States. I settled in New York City where I lived for ten years. I got my hands wet during the day in a print shop in Park Avenue, and went to school in the evening to learn about graphic design at Parsons School of Design.
In 2003, I packed my bags and headed north to Canada. It is here where I discovered my calling to write. Although it is not yet my day job, writing is what keeps me in tune with my life as an immigrant.
Both sides of the political wall have remained staunch in upholding their own party's ideologies.
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