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7 PBA players who should have made it to the NBA
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The National Basketball Association (NBA) and Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) are both well-known basketball leagues, but they are worlds apart. One is the best in the world, a lucrative enterprise with 30 teams each worth at least a billions dollars, with the New York Knicks the NBA’s most valuable franchise at $4 billion. The lowest…

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New committee seeks to ensure all Filipinos are counted in 2020 census
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Fil-Am leaders in Los Angeles launch Filipino Complete Count Committee of LA County In an effort to combat an undercount of the Filipino community, Filipino American leaders in the Los Angeles area have established a new outreach endeavor to ensure a full count of Filipino residents in the United States in the 2020 census.? On…

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Asian American group disappointed in Newsom’s veto of bill protecting imprisoned ?immigrants from deportation
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With California being a “sanctuary state” where law enforcement officers are prohibited from assisting in federal immigration enforcement, it came as a surprise when a bill prohibiting state prisons from allowing federal immigration arrests was vetoed. California Governor Gavin Newsom returned the bill without his signature on Saturday, October 12 — a day after he…

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Tasting the flavors of Taiwan at 99 Ranch Market
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Organized by 99 Ranch Market, sponsored by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council and Bureau of Foreign Trade, “Fantastic Flavors of Taiwan-2019 99 Ranch Market Taiwan Food Festival” officially kicked off on October 12.? This special promotion runs until October 27 for three consecutive weekends in Southern California, Nevada, Texas, New Jersey, and Maryland stores.…

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First Filipino Heritage Tour of Carson to be held on October 25
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SAN PEDRO, CA – In conjunction with “Recuerdos-Souvenirs,” New Works by Eliseo “EL1SY” Art Silva which opened at Pinta*Dos Philippine Art Gallery on October 3 and will be up until November 23, 2019, the artist will conduct a guided tour of his Carson-based “recuerdos” on Friday, October 25 from 1:30pm -4:00 pm. Dubbed as the…

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Recognizing individuals
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THEY met in Las Vegas. From all over the world, they came and gave three days of their lives to be with each other.? It was in the Philippines Normal University Global Alumni Association (PNUGAA) gala where former classmates, mostly seniors now; gathered, danced, broke bread, wined and caught up with their lives. Their stories…

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Lawmaker: ‘Abominable’ should be banned
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A MINORITY lawmaker in the Philippines on Thursday, October 17, said the animated film “Abominable” should be banned from the country’s movie houses, stressing that it will have a “negative bearing on our integrity as a country and a nation.” “The movie ‘Abominable’ should be banned, or if it’s already showing in our movie houses,…

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