Six top chefs from coast to coast cook and share tales of putting Philippine cuisine on American tables at Sept. 28 dinner/forum

Purple Yam and Filipino Mundo-NYC cordially invite everyone to join us for this downright enjoyable feast. On Friday, September 28, 2012, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., Purple Yam will open its kitchen for CULINARY DREAMS: Filipino-American Chefs’ Forum and Dinner Party. This hybrid event is an open dialogue, a scrumptious dinner, a bicoastal culinary exchange and a kind of experimental performance. From a place “setting,” CULINARY DREAMS hopes to inspire cravings, generate food for thought, debate ideas, and reveal our cultural dreams. Read More

Filipino opera, sung by diverse American cast of singers, makes a mark in Chicago

Felipe de Leon’s opera version of “Noli Me Tangere” is based on a historical novel by Jose Rizal which tracks the twilight of Spanish colonization in Philippines. A novel that rocked the Philippines to political consciousness in the late 19th century. A country whose classical opera tradition borrowed greatly from the introduction of European opera. Read More

Call for Fil-Am performers to compete in April “Star Search,” leading to June parade on Phil-Am Friendship Day

On Sunday April 15, PAFCOM is going to sponsor a PAFCOM STAR SEARCH in Jersey City NJ. PAFCOM is calling all Filipino American talents to compete. Click here to read the rules and guidelines.

PAFCOM is opening this year’s competition to all talents Read More

Seeking RepresentAsian: NYC actors confront Broadway and nonprofit theater leaders with sobering stats on lack of minorities on NY stages

The following theatre companies employed the fewest Asian American actors, presented here as a proportion of available roles: Atlantic Theatre Company (1%), Manhattan Theatre Club (1%), Playwrights Horizons (1%), and Roundabout Theatre Company (1%). Read More