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The Music Child & the Mahjong Queen by Alfred Yuson

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Posted on: November 2nd, 2016

The Music Child & the Mahjong Queen explores the marvels skirting the boundaries of realism, or goes much farther beyond after establishing adequate suspension of disbelief. Genres are blurred in the crafting of long fiction that is both poetry and prophecy. This the author does with visionary whimsy. In this narrative, the central protagonist’s wondrous [...]

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Sandy Daza

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Posted on: November 2nd, 2016

Sandy Daza is the son of the veteran gourmet chef, restaurateur, socio-civic leader, television host, and cookbook author, Chef Nora Daza. Just like his mother, Daza takes pride in his expertise in cooking. He is a chef and restaurateur specializing in Filipino and Thai cuisines. He has also written books and articles on cooking and [...]

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Eiga: Cinema in the Philippines During World War II by Nick Deocampo

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Posted on: November 2nd, 2016

Nick Deocampo’s continuing film saga investigates on its third volume how World War II affected the growth of cinema in the Philippines (1942-1945). Revealed in the book is a vast wealth of information about Japanese wartime manipulation of motion pictures that would only lead to the inglorious end of the colonial film cycle at war’s [...]

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