By Nicholas Von Wettberg
A Filipino caregiver who has been fighting for his life since falling into a coma after trying to save the Naperville, Chicago couple he was caring for died Sunday, Feb. 15, at a Rainbow Hospice facility, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.
The Philippine dog that lost half her face saving the lives of two girls returned home Saturday after treatment in the United States.
By Julie Alipala
The adage “You reap what you sow” has been proven to be true once more even if the one committing the good deed was just a dog.
By Federico A. Espiritu
Kabang, the snout-less street dog from the Philippines, may spend a wintry Christmas in America, as she undergoes a series of facial surgeries in a California hospital.
By Benjamin Pimentel
I speak, think, write, even dream in Tagalog. It’s my first language. Yes, I also refer to it, as many others do, as Pilipino. I know that rubs many Visayans the wrong way. But perhaps they would be appeased by me saying that I also love Cebuano. It’s the Bisaya in me, maybe. (Not sure [...]