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Remembering the Sisters I Left Behind - Part 3 of 3

In Part One and Part Two, I shared with you my background of going from slave to domestic helper to owner … Read More»

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Remembering the Sisters I Left Behind - Part 2 of 3

In Part One, I shared the story of my childhood, my time as a slave and how I ended up surviving the streets of Manila. … Read More»

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Remembering the Sisters I Left Behind - Part 1 of 3

As a young girl, I was the victim of human trafficking. Today, I own an Information Technology business with a focus on mobile and social media technology. … Read More»

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‘But I am cured from TB!’ – The human cost of Tuberculosis prevention and deportation policy

He could not tell them about his lung scar, he was afraid to lose this opportunity, again. Upon pre-departure medical check-up he got stamped ‘unfit’ in 2011. … Read More»

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'Beirut beats and Khartum suffers'

written by mo maria … Read More»

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The Web, the Filipinos, and Mr. Chip Tsao

"Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!"--I will take this literally not proverbially for the article below. … Read More»

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