"Everyone should have the right to make music."Adán Fernandez is passionate about creating spaces in choral music that are people-centered and culture-centered. His work in the Catholic church with Coro Guadalupano (a Spanish-speaking choir) and his Simbayanan' Chorale (a Filipino choir) alongside his work with the National Children's Choir has led him to inspiring conclusions when it comes to a culture-centered experience. Being from an immigrant family, culture has always been an important part of Adán's upbringing and teaching philosophy. You will be inspired by Adán's willingness to consider the people of his choirs (or orchestras!) as the first priority. America is a diverse society, so it is important that as American choral conductors we explore the choral world outside of our own experiences, whatever that may be. Reach out to me and let me know your thoughts about this inspiring episode on Instagram and Facebook (@choralconnectivitypodcast), through the contact form on the website (choralconnectivity.com) or through my email (firstname.lastname@example.org). I want to hear from you!
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Albert Samaha is the son of immigrants from the Philippines, a country molded by centuries of Spanish and American colonization and imperialism. His new book “Concepcion: An Immigrant Family's Fortunes” is part memoir, part family history. Samaha reflects on his Filipino American identity and his family's immigration experience, comparing the America he grew up in to the America that shaped his ancestors' homeland. We'll talk with Samaha about assimilation, Filipino American underrepresentation and how the descendants of immigrants reckon with the sacrifices of their elders.
Rodrigo Durterte has brought the world's attention to the Philippines with his brash, populist rhetoric and tough-on-crime policies. In this episode we look at the president's rise to power, his major foreign, and domestic policies, and to what extent he will step back from Filipino politics. Joining us to answer these questions is Joshua Kurlantzick. … Continue reading A Post-Duterte Philippines
Sabado ng Ika-34 o Huling Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon (I) o kaya Paggunita sa Mahal na Birheng Maria tuwing Sabado Daniel 7, 15-27 Daniel 3, 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87 Dakilai't papurihan ang Poon magpakailanman. Lucas 21, 34-36
A worrying new coronavirus variant has been identified; how have governments reacted? Plus: US lawmakers make a surprise trip to Taiwan, Filipino politicians push to block the son of a former dictator from running for president, and Andrew Mueller's madcap assessment of what we have learnt this week.
Hi Lagim Fam!Welcome to an express episode here at Lagim Podcast. As I have said in the past couple of weeks, I am publishing this slightly shorter episode because I need a bit more time prepping the anniversary episode.In this express episode, I explore two cases of Filipino serial killers. There are not a lot of them that are currently known to us. And it has been perplexing to a lot of true crime fans that there are not a lot of cases of serial killings in the Philippines. A few months ago, Dee from the BananaQ Podcast and I explored some legitimate and funny reasons why this is the case so make sure to listen to that episode here: https://bit.ly/3CEGqjj . Follow the BananaQ Podcast on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/bananaqpodcast/ or @bananaqpodcast.I know this is a slightly different episode than you are used to but I have gotten a lot of DMs about this and I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to explore the cases of Father Mallari and Waway Toledo.This is the website with interesting content about Armando Sierra: https://www.wattpad.com/813355369-crime-stories-the-story-of-armando-sierra .Sources list: https://bit.ly/3r79P3l.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lagimpodcast)
Huwebes ng Ika-34 o Huling Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon (I) o kaya Paggunita kay Santa Catalina ng Alexandria, dalaga at martir Daniel 6, 12-28 Daniel 3, 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74 Dakilai't papurihan ang Poon magkailanman. Lucas 21, 20-28
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we were unable to produce our regularly-scheduled episode this week. We're hoping to be back on track soon. But, in the meantime, it feels like a good time to celebrate indigenous cultures, and so we're rereleasing one of John's favorite episodes, from early in our first season. It features Lane Wilcken, who came on the show to discuss his research on the cultural traditions and myths of the Pacific islands, including the demigod Maui, and his work as a practitioner of batok: the traditional practice of hand-tapped cultural tattooing. Enjoy the episode, and we hope you are able to spend some happy time with friends and family this week. Find more about Lane and his work at his website: lanewilcken.com Today's outro music is Babaylan by the group Talahib People's Music. You can check out the full song, along with other great Filipino music, at Musika Publiko TV.
Paggunita kay San Andres Dung Lac, pari at martir, at mga Kasama, mga martir Daniel 5, 1-6. 13-14. 16-17. 23-28 Daniel 3, 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67 Dakilai't papurihan ang Poon magpakailanman. Lucas 21, 12-19 o kaya Mga Pagbasa para sa Red Wednesday
Martes ng Ika-34 o Huling Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon (I) o kaya Paggunita kay San Clemente I, papa at martir o kaya Paggunita kay San Columbano, abad Daniel 2, 31-45 Daniel 3, 57. 58. 59. 60. 61 Dakilai't papurihan ang Poon magpakailanman. Lucas 21, 5-11
A conversation about staying in touch with her cultural roots through music. Jeri is a music teacher and is someone who is not afraid to speak her mind. She is someone who is always so intrigue about learning the different nuances of her own identity as a mixed filipino! Follow her sticker shop @sincerelyjeri and her journey! And also if you are an avid listener of our podcast, and if you want to help support future projects, feel free to make a donation on our venmo account @kasamahan-co. Proceeds will go to building our platform and creating content that will uplift our Filipino community. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kasamahancollective/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kasamahancollective/support
Sabado ng Ika-33 Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon (I) o kaya Paggunita sa Mahal na Birheng Maria tuwing Sabado 1 Macabeo 6, 1-13 Salmo 9, 2-3. 4 at 6. 16b at 19 Poon, pupurihin kita sapagkat ako'y ligtas na. Lucas 20, 27-40
"69 Questions with YXANDRO" Season 3, Episode 31 Podcast Historias with Alphecca Perpetua SPONSORED BY: Studio Historias, Broadcasting & Multimedia Productions www.show.studiohistorias.com As Told By PekPek, Mug Collections by @alpheccaperpetua www.instagram.com/AsToldByPekPek YXANDRO ROMUALDEZ, a Cebu-based Filipino artist on his first solo exhibit entitled, "YXANDRO: Midnight Society" happening at The Qube Gallery, Crossroads, Banilad, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines for November 2021. SPECIAL MENTIONS: Pia Mercado of Qube Gallery, Bea Mahusay, Jan Sunday Quilaquil, Vito Selma, Gianna, Sole Academy, Gibbs Hot Wings, Ellen Adarna, Eugene Dadole, and more. DESCRIPTION: Podcast Historias with @alpheccaperpetua • Presented/Hosted by Alphecca Perpetua • Arranged, Mixed, and Mastered by Alphecca Perpetua • Produced by Alphecca Perpetua & Brent Kohnan • Distributed by Studio Historias • www.bio.site/AlpheccaPerpetua • Cebu, Philippines 6000 • All Rights Reserved © 2021 DISCLAIMER: The assumptions, views, opinions, and insinuations made by the host and guests do not reflect those of the show, the management, and the companies affiliated. Information in this podcast episode may contain errors or inaccuracies; we do not make warranty as to the correctness or reliability of the content. If you think you own the rights to any of the material used and wish for the material not be used, please contact Studio Historias via email at email@example.com.
Yoni Kozminski talks about how to hire top eCommerce talent for success. On this Sellernomics Podcast episode with Yoni Kozminski will also talk about Amazon virtual assistance, what you should expect to pay when hiring, standard operating procedures, and more. #YoniKozminski #MultiplyMii Yoni Kozminski- Founder & CEO of MultiplyMii - https://multiplymii.com/ MultiplyMii is an offshore staffing solution that aims to increase your productivity and, at the same time, reduce your staffing costs by up to 80%. We specialize in providing companies with the right people to ensure that their day-to-day operations are geared towards success. We help businesses identify areas of operations that can be effectively outsourced. Our talent pool consists only of the top 1% of professionals in the Philippines. We know that this is not enough to guarantee success. That's why MultiplyMii offers bespoke staffing solutions to companies that need it the most. MultiplyMii is an end-to-end offshoring service that helps to connect you with people who can multiply your success. We understand that outsourcing's reliability and effectiveness are often questioned. That is why our team of experts will be there for you every step of the process—from discovery call to onboarding, to payroll processing. We recognize that for businesses to enjoy success and growth, they should have access to affordable and accessible premium staffing services. We believe that our strengthened pool of Filipino talents can help businesses achieve this success. We are also passionate about providing long-term, stable employment opportunities by offering a comprehensive benefits package, keeping them motivated to lead a balanced, healthy, and happy lifestyle.
Paulina Corpuz is a long-time social justice advocate who emigrated to Canada from the Philippines in 1993 and would later on rally the community and political leaders to formalize Filipino Heritage Month, a month-long celebration in June that would bring visibility to the Filipino community across Canada. On this episode, Paulina talks about the challenges of being a new immigrant in the 1990s and navigating her career in the social justice and public service sector. Paulina was also the founding president of the Philippine Advancement Through Arts and Culture (PATAC) and is an #entrepinay who owns an accounting and bookkeeping company serving small businesses. She studied Psychology at the University of the Philippines. https://www.canadianfilipino.net/sections/people/paulina-corpuz-initiator-of-filipino-heritage-month-in-canada-sees-more-work-to-uplift-community
Huwebes ng Ika-33 Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon (I) o kaya Patatalaga sa mga Palasyong Simbahan nina Apostol San Pedro at San Pablo sa Roma 1 Macabeo 2, 15-29 Salmo 49. 1-2. 5-6. 14-15 Ang masunurin sa Diyos ay sasagipin n'yang lubos. Lucas 19, 41-44
This episode was made possible by the community! ❤️ Get early access to podcast episodes, participate in exclusive Q&As, and more! ➡️ jaychristteves.com/donate Get FREE resources and tools by visiting jaychristteves.com/resources “Little bit by bit. Incremental improvements to change a culture or habits is really necessary and discipline to be able to do that. ” In episode 105 of #TDLS, I sat down with Aldrich Tan. Aldrich is the CXO and Co-founder of NextPay.ph, the best alternative to bank accounts for small businesses and entrepreneurs in the Philippines, and the Managing Director of UXPH, the largest non-profit design organization and community in the Philippines. He is a Sr. Experience Architect and Design Leader who has led teams in some of the most successful tech companies throughout the US, Canada, and the Philippines such as BlackBerry, Getty Images, Artefact, and Remitly. Being a huge advocate for collaboration and design learning, he helps companies weave design and creative culture into their ethos through consultations, workshops, and mentorship, while helping champion the cause to raise the standards of design practices throughout the Filipino tech community. In this episode we talked about: - His awesome ground up stories - How he and his team started NextPay PH even during pandemic while managing a UX community - Practical advice on how to transition from freelancing to building your own business - Why incremental improvements to change a culture or habits is really necessary - And much much more... You can learn more about Aldrich business by visiting nextpay.ph. If you found this episode interesting, please let Aldrich know by following him on Linkedin @aldricht (https://www.linkedin.com/in/aldricht/). Books recommendation from Aldrich: - The Design of Everyday Things Book by Don Norman - Don't Make Me Think Book by Steve Krug - The Mom Test: How to Talk to Customers and Learn If Your Business is a Good Idea when Everyone is Lying to You Book by Rob Fitzpatrick Visit the podcast today at thedesignlifeshow.com to get all the episodes 100% FREE. Have a question in mind? Submit your question to be answered on the podcast. Send your questions via email (at least 2-minute audio clip) at firstname.lastname@example.org There are a ton of people asking me about how to support this podcast so here's how: 1. You can leave a review on Apple Podcasts so in that way you can help me to reach more people and make the podcast more discoverable within the ecosystem. 2. You can take a screenshot of this podcast and share it with your friends, colleagues or to anyone that might be interested in this kind of content. 3. Feeling generous today? You can support the podcast monetarily by visiting jaychristteves.com/donate or patreon.com/TDLS. 4. Shop courses and tools online to design the life you really deserve by visiting JournyAcademy.com. 5. By listening to all the podcast episodes. However you support my message, that's more than enough and it means the world to me. So, thank you! Get FREE resources and tools by visiting jaychristteves.com/resources The podcast is available on any of your favorite podcasting apps including: Website: thedesignlifeshow.com Spotify: http://bit.ly/TDLSspotify Apple Podcasts: https://goo.gl/b74xuR Google Podcasts: https://goo.gl/GqpQhF SoundCloud: https://goo.gl/UcqHUv Stitcher: https://goo.gl/bVxHs7 TuneIn: https://goo.gl/9MAvpi RadioPublic: https://goo.gl/MY7uiQ Amazon Music (via Web or Audible app): https://bit.ly/thedesignlifeshow Alexa Podcast: Just say "Alexa, play The Design Life Show on Apple Podcasts”
Robert Omoto sits with transgender comedian Heather Rogue to talk about hitchhiking, music festivals, street performing, magic, pursuing journalism, Squid Games, Dave Chappelle's special, and opens up about her transition. Follow us at: www.robertomoto.com Instagram: @heather_comedy_rogue @bobbyomoto @random.thoguhts.podcast Blog: https://heatherontherecord.wordpress.com/
Martes ng Ika-33 Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon (I) o kaya Paggunita kay Santa Margarita ng Escosia o kaya Paggunita kay Santa Gertrudes, dalaga 2 Macabeo 6, 18-31 Salmo 3, 2-3. 4-5. 6-7 Ako'y itinataguyod ng aking Panginoong D'yos. Lucas 19, 1-10
Over the last few years, Leyna Bloom has been the first in many categories. In 2017, she became the first trans woman of color to grace the pages of Vogue India. In 2019, she became one of the first trans women to walk Paris Fashion Week. And most recently, she broke barriers again as the first trans cover model for Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue.On this crossover episode with our sister podcast “Asian Enough,” Bloom talks about her ties to ballroom, her Black and Filipina identity and reuniting with her mom after decades apart.More reading:How Leyna Bloom became the first transgender actress of color to star in a film at CannesSports Illustrated Swimsuit goes bold: Megan Thee Stallion, Naomi Osaka, Leyna BloomReview: Luminous performances elevate trans romance ‘Port Authority'
A Conversation with Dee about his own culture and identity, we talk briefly about how was it like for him to have such a huge gap between him and his siblings specifically why he was always consider different growing up from the “normal” or traditional Filipino children. If you want to follow more on his content, check his social media @brokefilipinoboy! Anda as mentioned feel free to stay tuned at his collaborative work with his kasama, Karl! (@karls.corner) Support our content also by donating at least $5-10 on our venmo page @kasamahanco. Proceeds will go to projects like this and ways to uplift our Filipino community! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kasamahancollective/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kasamahancollective/support
Lunes ng Ika-33 Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon (I) o kaya Paggunita kay Dakilang San Alberto, obispo at pantas ng Simbahan 1 Macabeo 1, 10-15. 41-43. 54-57. 62-64 Salmo 118, 53. 61. 134. 150. 155. 158 Poon, ako'y lingapin mo; ang utos mo'y susundin ko. Lucas 18, 35-43
In today's episode, we invite y'all to raise a glass, plastic tumbler, or hydroflask with us as we close out season 3! Show Notes: ICYMI: Jean was on UNLV's We Need to Talk Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival So you don't miss it: Co-Zi Zine Makin Hangout Recommendations: Jean Hoping for a Filipino poetry night in the next year Hoping for a theatre presentation on Filipinos in the next year Grateful for Co-host commitment Daniel Writing poems: let your guard down and be a whirlpool of wordz Cortisone-10: it's cold dry skin season Reading books out loud w/ your kiddos Nicole Fuzzy socks to keep your toesies warm New ABBA music! “Don't Shut Me Down”
John Knox is the founder of Firefighters for Freedom and we owe them a debt of gratitude as they are fighting back for your freedoms and we are starting to win! Also, The Dad and The Bride have a date night and now my son's French Toast smells like Mommy's butt, and if I ever catch those boys wearing nut crunching skinny jeans I will sell them to a child trafficker. All that and more on this week's edition of The Dad Presents. Thank you so much for listening, and please write us a review on iTunes and help put meat on the bones of my skinny Filipino boys. ___________________________ Follow The Dad Presents on: Spotify and Apple Podcasts: The Dad Presents (please lick follow and review us) Website: TheDadPresents.com – (get on our mailing list before we get cancelled off social) Facebook.com/thedadpresents – great daily content Mercy: https://www.thedadpresentsmerch.com/ Instagram.com/thedadpresents Twitter: @thedadpresents Tic Tok: @thedadpresents Rumble: @thedadpresents YouTube: @superbaddad and @thedadpresents Gab: @thedadpresents GETTR: @thedadpresents And our new website: TheDadAnswers.com – where The Dad answers ALL your parenting dilemmas. Also, buy and enjoy books written by The Dad, J. Matthew Nespoli, on Amazon: Daddy Versus The Suck Monster - “A hilarious memoir on first time fatherhood for a 36 year old man-child”: https://tinyurl.com/p9593sp Broken – “A dark, fictional, comedic tale told with a razor sharp acerbic wit about the dark seedy underbelly of Los Angeles: Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll”: https://tinyurl.com/y2p77qar Please support our sponsors and help your boy feed his family: The Expat Money Show with Mikkel Thorup which can be heard on iTunes or any podcast app. If you're interested in relocating from the United States, saving on taxes, or off-shoring some assets, this is the show and the man for you. Also, check out his website www.expatmoneyshow.com SHEATHUNDERWEAR.COM -The most comfortable underwear ever created, made from materials created by NASA (I'm not positive about this) with a special sheath pocket to keep your man junk fresh and clean and give it a little extra bulge. Use promo code “Dad” for 20% off your order!
Oh, the dad joke. We all know it. We all love it. And for Filipinos it gives us life. While Dad jokes can be a myriad of things, dad jokes to Filipinos are especially punny (get it?). For one Filipino American, dad jokes have become a way to learn Tagalog words. In this mini-episode, the...
Jordan Redwine is back on the mic to celebrate the lives of two influential women in history! Jordan kicks off the show by introducing Hurrem Sultan, a woman sold as a sex slave who later became the Queen of the Ottoman Empire during the 1500s. Melissa introduces Kumander Liwayway, a young Filipino peasant who joined the Huk Rebellion to avenger her father's death.If you'd like to donate to the Mimosa Sisterhood podcast, check out my new support feature! In addition, you can now sponsor an alcohol beverage for Melissa to drink during a podcast recording and you'll receive an on-air shout out!SHOW NOTESIn this episode, we talk about:You, the psychological thriller book and television seriesStage combat, Jordan's new passion and hobbyVodka Mai Tai and Beauty in Chaos red blend wineThe life of Hurrem Sultan, one of the most powerful and influential women in Ottoman historyThe life of a concubine woman in the 1500s Ottoman EmpireRising from sex slave to the Sultan's lawful wifeHistorical hunchbacks and the common practice of fratricideThe life of Kumander Liwayway, from beauty queen to military commander of the Huk RebellionThe Japanese invasion of the Philippines following the attack on Pearl HarborThe Huk Rebellion, a communist resistance group made up of peasantsThe few times in history where sexism paid offRESOURCES:Learn more about the era known as the Sultanate of WomanWatch this Youtube video on Kumander LiwaywayListen to Jordan's podcasts, A Novel AdaptationFollow A Novel Adaptation on InstagramFollow Mimosa Sisterhood on InstagramLeave Mimosa Sisterhood a Podcast ReviewSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/mimosasisterhoodpodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sabado ng Ika-32 Linggo sa Karaniwang Panahon (I) o kaya Paggunita sa Mahal na Birheng Maria tuwing Sabado Karunungan 18, 14-16; 19, 6-9 Salmo 104, 2-3. 36-37. 42-43 Gunitain nang malugod ang dakilang gawa ng D'yos. Lucas 18, 1-8
In the early hours of 2nd June 2017, an armed man walked into the casino area of Resorts World Manila and opened fire. What was first thought as a terrorist attack would later turn out to be a crime borne out of deep desperation and hopelessness. Listen now to the whole story about this tragedy that still looms over not only the gaming industry but also over the people whose lives were devastated by the terrible loss of life.All research sources are available on Lagim Podcast's blog: https://lagimpodcast.podcastpage.io/blog Lagim on social media:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lagimpodcast/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/LagimPod?s=09 Facebook - https://m.facebook.com/lagimpodcast/ Discussion Group - https://m.facebook.com/groups/234731181555796/?ref=pages_profile_groups_tab&paipv=1 YouTube - https://youtube.com/channel/UCySBxU2uue90zP8UHbp4tFATikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@lagimpodcastIf you want to support my content, please consider becoming a patron or donating through buymecoffee. dom. Here are the links:https://www.patreon.com/lagimpodcast https://www.buymeacoffee.com/juzewoba Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lagimpodcast)
Omaha had no idea what it was missing with Filipino food until Karlo started his new pop-up, Kalye. Learn more about this cuisine (especially the lumpia!) and hear about what it requires to take a pop-up from idea to execution, including all the on-the-fly adjustments that diners never see. Also follow up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, AND my blog Restaurant Hoppen! Sponsored by Certified Piedmontese. Visit their website, use Promo Code: HOPPEN, and receive 25% off your order! A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
In her debut cookbook, Filipinx: Heritage Recipes from the Diaspora, chef Angela Dimayuga explores the recipes that remind her of home, growing up as one of the more than four million people of Filipino descent in the United States. Dimayuga comes on to talk the new cookbook, and showcase her take on the classic Filipino dishes she grew up eating. Coconut Milk Chicken Adoboah • DOH • bohSERVES 6 TO 8Adobo is probably the Filipino dish best known and least understood by Westerners. Like the name of the Philippines itself—imposed by Spanish colonialists in the sixteenth century in honor of their king, Philip II—it bears the lexical imprint of a foreign empire. In 1613, a Franciscan friar, attempting to compile a Tagalog dictionary, reached for the Spanish verb adobar to describe the dousing of ingredients with vinegar, to season and pickle. But that technique of preservation, essential in a tropical climate, long predated his arrival. Adobo is an indigenous dish, and one that contains multitudes, with no two recipes alike.Vinegar is the constant. Here I use coconut vinegar (see page 179 if you're feeling ambitious and want to make your own!), along with coconut milk and coconut oil—three forms of coconut, to bring silkiness without heaviness. (Coconut milk adobo, or adobo sagata, is a tried-and-true variation in the Philippines but a little less common in the U.S.) It's just as good if you substitute rice vinegar or diluted white or apple cider vinegar. And the chicken is just a suggestion: You could roast or steam a whole fish and pour the adobo over it, or sear mushrooms, fresh langka (jackfruit), or big meaty chunks of cauliflower and throw them in as the stew simmers down and turns thick.2 tablespoons coconut oil, store-bought or homemade (page 193)2 teaspoons whole black peppercorns1 teaspoon coarsely cracked black pepper1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes4 pounds (1.8 kg) chicken drumsticks and thighs, bone in and skin on15 garlic cloves, smashed and peeled1 cup (240 ml) unsweetened, full-fat coconut milk1/2 cup (120 ml) coconut vinegar (store-bought or homemade, page 179) or rice vinegar1/2 cup (120 ml) soy sauce8 bay leaves, fresh or dried1 whole fresh serrano chileSteamed rice, for servingIn a large pot, heat the coconut oil on medium until shimmering. Add the whole peppercorns, coarsely cracked black pepper, and red pepper flakes. Lay the drumsticks and thighs in the pan, skin side down, and raise the heat to medium high. Cook for about 5 minutes, resisting the urge to poke and prod; just let the chicken cook undisturbed, until the fat starts to render, melting into the pan, and the skin turns slightly brown. Using kitchen tweezers or tongs, flip over the chicken.Add the garlic, coconut milk, vinegar, soy sauce, bay leaves, serrano chile, and 1 cup (240 ml) water. Let the mixture come to a boil. Put a lid on the pot, reduce the heat to medium low, and simmer for 1 to 1ó hours, stirring occasionally. The chicken should feel loose, almost—but not yet—ready to slip off the bone.Remove the lid, raise the temperature to medium high, and reduce the sauce by cooking uncovered for another 15 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the sauce is thick as velvet.Serve over rice, to soak up the sauce. Reprinted from 'Filipinx: Heritage Recipes from the Diaspora' by Angela Dimayuga and Ligaya Mishan. Photos by Alex Lau. Published by Abrams.
In this episode I discuss Filipino witchcraft and some of the spiritual practices. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/andrea9559/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/andrea9559/support
In this crossover episode with our cousin podcast “Asian Enough,” hosts Suhauna Hussain and Johana Bhuiyan speak with sociologist Anthony Ocampo. He's spent his career studying the intersection of race, gender and immigration, which guided his groundbreaking book “The Latinos of Asia: How Filipino Americans Break the Rules of Race.”Today, Ocampo also speaks about another facet of his work: what it means to be brown and gay in Los Angeles. And he reflects on Filipino nurses' role in battling the coronavirus in the United States.More reading:Filipino American trailblazers speak truth to Hollywood through jokes and rhymesHow the Philippines' colonial legacy weighs on Filipino American mental healthFilipino-led micro-businesses blossom in the pandemic at L.A.'s Manila District
What if parts of the Bay and parts of the Central Valley were represented by the same person in the U.S. House of Representatives? What about Filipino voters in Daly City and Chinese voters in the western part San Francisco? Or South Asians living in Santa Clara County? These are just a few of the thorny questions being debated right now during California's redistricting process. Soon, California will have a new political map that will decide how we're all represented — in the state legislature and in the U.S. House — for the next decade. And unlike most states where politicians are in charge of redistricting, California has a public process where residents can make their voices heard. Guest: Guy Marzorati, KQED politics and government reporter and producer of the Political Breakdown podcast This episode was produced by Alan Montecillo and Mary Franklin Harvin, and hosted by Ericka Cruz Guevarra.
Julia has dedicated her life to finding the spiritual keys to getting the most out of life and in the last two years preserving her health through a major fitness transformation. After childhood diabetes, a double organ transplant, triple cardiac bypass, & thyroidectomy, Julia decided to reclaim her health and began a fitness journey at age 62. By age 64 she was on the stage at an NPC Masters Bodybuilding competition for women 55+ in age, and she won. It was a way to celebrate 30 years since her organ transplant that cured the diabetes. Julia is an artist and teacher who has been on the faculties of universities in San Francisco, Saudi Arabia and Mexico. She believes in empowering other women her age with her story that it is never too late and you are never too old to get fit, feel amazing and look healthy and vibrant. “She looked at me and then she unbuttoned her little nurse uniform to about here and opened it up. She had this like scar. She's like, I've had a bypass. It's not that big a deal. And I'm like, if she can do it. I can do it. “ “I fell in love with the weightlifting and then I stalled after about those first four months” “I think it's because my story inspires people. If I can do it, they can do it.” “I would say prioritize yourself. Just make yourself number one, because you can't do anything for anybody unless you take care of yourself first.” Time Stamp [1:00] How has childhood diabetic shaped Julia's life [5:52] Having someone else hold your heart causes depression! [9:13] The moment a Filipino nurse changed Julia's life [13:40] How a Facebook challenge started her journey to reclaim her health and fitness [16:00] Why she was inspired to do a Bikini competition [17:10] Why other women appreciate Julia's story [21:23] The black bear and the white bear [24:15] Why Julia has 24k followers on Instagram [29:30] Dump the frump [30:19] How meditation helped Julia stay clear of negative self talk [34:45] Top advice for anyone who wants to make a change in their fitness Follow Julia Johnson @Dolphinine https://www.instagram.com/dolphinine/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagram https://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/ Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/ Up Your Creative Genius https://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/