At work here in Southern California, Filipinos in the office followed the news of the flood on GMA.tv. The indiviual efforts to collect relief funds showed the tremendous heart of the community. read on
A food crisis in Germany deepened on Friday as around 4,700 farms were closed after tests showed animal feed contaminated by a cancer-causing chemical, with officials saying they suspected foul read on
I didn't know an Indian (from India) growing up in San Diego, none in elementary, none in middle school, none in high school. Then College came along, and there they were. Then here in work...here read on
When I went to the Philippines in 2003, it seemed like western pop culture had a big influence. The variety shows that dominated covered American Music Titles and had familiar choreography, and read on
My Mother hates Mexicans she thinks she's better than all of them for some reason. She hates my husband, screamed out of the top of her lungs that he is Mexican trash. That Mexicans are dirty and read on
One day I would hope it becomes Painting a Picture with a Thousand Voices, if not a Million. In my personal quest to piece the patches of Filipino history scattered about in the world, I’ll start detailing what I learn from just the
Sometimes life flips you upside down and you have to take a hiatus. That was the case for me. But now I’m back. And I’m refocused. Here’s how this thing’ll go. Passthequilt will serve a repository of opinion and experience. It’s open
The reason for this site is not so much for me to dictate, but for discourse to take place. Everyone can submit something, even under the vail of anonymity. The idea is the display of ideas and experiences. read more...
Congratulations to Manny Pacquiao for his stoppage of Cotto. Cotto, was dropped in the 3rd and 4th, but it almost looked like a KO wasn’t going to happen as Cotto was satisfied to retreat for the last three rounds hoping for a one blow KO
November 9, PasstheQuilt launches to the public. It’s a platform for Filipinos to share their vast experiences and opinions and up to them to keep the conversation alive. Participate and spread the word. read more...