Filipino-American

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The number of Asians in the United States has grown by nearly half over the past decade as the country looks increasingly diverse, the U.S. Census Bureau says in its study on race.

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DAILY CHALLENGE: Coring Eustaquio walking down the steep stairs at a Manhattan subway station.  (Filipino Reporter photo)

 

For 28 years now, Coring Eustaquio of Hollis, Queens, N.Y., has been diligently working at the Philippine Mission to the United Nations at the Philippine Center on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan — as receptionist, clerk, telephone operator and sometimes secretary to ranking officials there.

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HELP: Gideon and Rica Tonog outside the office of the Filipino Reporter and Abad, Constancio & Mallonga, LLC at the Empire State Building.  (Filipino Reporter photo)

 

The Filipino - American Legal Defense and Education Fund (FALDEF) has formally appealed to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to defer for humanitarian reasons the deportation of a New Jersey couple as the wife undergoes a long-term treatment of uterine cancer.

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MISSING: Eighteen-year-old Marizela “Em Em” Perez.

 

Popular conservative Filipino-American blogger and political pundit Michelle Malkin has appealed for public help in a nationwide search to find her missing teenage cousin from New Jersey, who disappeared two weeks ago in Seattle, Washington.

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Stephen Dypiangco shows the Oscar he and his co-producers Gigi Dement and Stefanie Walmsley won on Sunday for Best Live Action Short Film at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles for “God of Love.”

 

Special to the Filipino Reporter

Three budding Filipino-American film producers made Oscar history on Sunday evening when their short film “God of Love” bagged the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film on Sunday in Los Angeles.

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