The UHM Center for Philippine Studies will mark their 40th anniversary with a series of special events and an international symposium this week.
The Filipino Film Festival 2015 returns to Honolulu with screenings at the Doris Duke Theater from April 18 - 28.
This week we spotlight books by Ninotchka Rosca, one of the Philippine's most controversial and highly respected authors.
Join us on 3/17 for a book release and talk by UH-M Professor Pia Arboleda.
This week our Music program spotlights a Pinoy rock band that includes a violin.
On the Job tells the stories of several players in an elaborate scheme that explores a government that seems to thrive in crime and intrigue.
The CSEAS Bookshelf Spotlight returns with a feature on language acquisition featuring many professors at UH-Mānoa.
We return for our second installment of our Music program with a hit song from Kamikazee, an alt. rock band from the Philippines.
The upcoming 2014 HIFF will feature 13 films from Southeast Asia, including the first commercial film to come out of Brunei in over 50 years.
In Amigo, John Sayles proves one small piece of American Imperialism is at work in Southeast Asia at the turn of the 20th century. (on 05/07)