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Pinoys At Maui Swap Meet

Liza of “A Maui Blog” All Photos courtesy Liza Pierce Where on Maui can you find great bargains, clothing and accessories, fruits and vegetables, tropical blooms, jewelries, beauty and bath products, decor, arts and crafts, local food, ‘ukulele, massage services,...

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Let’s Talk Pinoy!

Dulce Karen Butay Kumusta po? (How are you?). Do you remember what the word Nanang means? Nanang is the word for mother in Ilokano. In fact, you can use it for more variations, like a hānai mother; even my grandmother...

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Maui Pinoy Pleasure Plates

Adobo & More: Adobo Nation Sharon Zalsos Can you relate? If you are a Filipino meeting a non-Filipino person for the first time and the subject of your ethnicity comes up, isn’t it almost always followed by “So you know...

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Pssst….Can You Keep a Secret?

Love, Scandal etc. by Ate Nora Sixth in a series “I’ve been praying for your Dad’s soul,” said Ofelia to Francisco and his siblings Samson, Elena, Sara and Jose. “As you know, your Dad was not a saint and he...

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Donna Domingo

Lucy Peros Labor Day is just weeks away and in Hawai‘i, Filipinos have always been at the forefront of the organized labor movement, beginning with Pablo Manlapit, who organized the first Filipino labor union in 1911. The ethnic labor unions...

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Around Our Community

If you have a photograph of a community event, please email to info@filamvoicemaui.com. Please include a short description, your name and contact information. This month’s community photos highlight the Gintong Pamana Leadership and Scholarship Awards held on June 13 at...

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