02 Apr 2014 05:04
For the first time ever – the inaugural Children's Festival is being celebrated in the City of Sydney held on Sunday 30 March 2014 at Belmore Park, Sydney. The Children's Festival events are the largest and most unique celebrations of multiculturalism for children and families in Australia. These are days of sharing, learning and exploring the culturally diverse modern cities that we all live in and share with one another. The festival - which is this year's first time that Filipino-Australian children has participated - aims that children of different multicultural background come together, experience sharing and understanding from a young age the different cultures within in their communities through the different cultural traditions, costumes, dances, performances, songs, games and many others.
12 Mar 2014 23:40
The Philippine Community Herald and the Adhika Group organised last weekend a “Meet the Press” for the three presidential candidates of Philippine Community Council - New South Wales (PCC-NSW) to present their platforms for the coming elections on 15 March 2014
16 Oct 2013 03:31
A 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Bohol, Cebu, and other islands in the Visayas, and parts of Mindanao and southern Luzon early Tuesday morning, causing centuries-old churches and modern buildings to crumble, and killing scores of people, and displacing at least two million. Photos taken by SBS contributor, Nick Melgar, in damaged parts of Cebu.
09 Oct 2013 03:04
25th Grand Philippine Sydney Fiesta Kultura 2013, organised and hosted by Philippine-Australia Sports & Culture, Inc. in cooperation with various Filipino-Australian Associations in Fairfield Showground, Smithfield Rd., Prairiewood, NSW, last 07 October 2013.
04 Jul 2013 23:55
Re:quiem, the 2013 (re)incarnation of the Piano Project, Filipino-Australian artist Alwin Reamillo re-visits his father's piano workshop in Manila where rebuilds, deconstructs and builds from objects that were part of his childhood. Re;quiem open in NOVA Art Gallery in Manila, July 4.
14 Mar 2013 02:20
In its second year, chefs from the Centre for Culinary Arts in Manila flew to Melbourne in time for the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Like the previous year, the team at the CCA have generously shared their time and expertise so that Filipinos and friends in Melbourne can have a taste of Filipino cooking. This year, the team was headed by Philippine based Celebrity Chef Sau del Rosario.