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Pediatric Neurology Lectureship to Add to Educational Experience at KU Med
by Ping Bayani
March 2017

"A lifetime of experience is worth sharing." Lillian Gonzalez-Pardo, M.D., professor emerita in pediatrics and neurology at the University of Kansas Medical Center, opens the preface of her memoir, "Beyond the Shores" by emphasizing the importance of More...

The Philippines: A Tale of the Big and Small
by Ping Bayani
December 2016

The Philippines has long been acknowledged as one of those rare places where unique flora and fauna can be found. It's not an isolated case when one reads about a new species being discovered in Palawan or in one of the other 7,000 plus islands that More...

It Is Autumn...
by Angel Casillan
November 2016

It is autumn when fields that once were verdant green, Turned brown after the harvests of its ripened grains, And the hills that were scene on a framed picture, From afar would glisten like a golden treasure. It is autumn when neighborhoods would turn More...

Celebrate Filipino American History
by Kevin Bautista
October 2016

In September we commemorated 100 years of Filipino community in Kansas City at the September Affair. This October we join in with the rest of the country in celebrating Filipino American History Month and recognize all Filipino Americans across the More...

What's in a (Filipino) Name?, Part 3
by Ping Bayani
September 2016

What if the Catalogo never happened? We would have had a most interesting study of names indeed, a rich tapestry of an ancient, patriotic, indigenous and very non-Hispanic onomastic history. In order to find out what our pre-Hispanic names were before More...

What's in a (Filipino) Name?, Part 2
by Ping Bayani
August 2016

He (Governor Claveria) tore pages of the Catalogo and gave them to those present. Consequently, what happened was unexpected. Since the lists of surnames were listed in alphabetical order, provinces appeared to have surnames beginning with a certain More...

What's in a (Filipino) Name?, Part 1
by Ping Bayani
July 2016

The Regidor (Treasury Accountant) had complained constantly like a broken record to the Governor General of the impossibility of fulfilling his tax-collecting task due to the liquidity of naming conditions in the whole archipelago...because of three More...

Know Your Heroes: Andres Bonifacio
by Dr. Manuel Pardo
June 2016

Andres Bonifacio is regarded as the Father of the Philippine Revolution against Spain. He also is known as the Father of the Katipunan, a secret revolutionary society he founded in 1892 and whose goal was to win Philippine independence from Spain by means More...

Philippine Archeological Treasures, Part 2
by Ping Bayani
May 2016

Archeology is the study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts and other physical remains. In this issue, we start a series of such historical finds unearthed from Philippines past, items now declared More...

Philippine Archeological Treasures, Part 1
by Ping Bayani
April 2016

Archeology is the study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts and other physical remains. In this issue, we start a series of such historical finds unearthed from Philippines past, items now declared More...

Recharge. Represent. Rejoice.
by Kevin Bautista
March 2016

Our Association is filled with a great mix of members with diverse backgrounds and experience. Fellowship is very important to the continuity of our organization. We are witnessing a steady rise in membership, welcoming new and old faces at our meetings More...

Good Food, Great People on the Day of Hearts
by Joy Shute
February 2016

T'was a memorable and not your typical Sunday at the Filipino Association, where we celebrated our first Valentine's Day Brunch. Guests arrived at 10 AM to enjoy socializing and catching up with old friends while mesmerized by the ambiance of the decor More...

Pwede Na? Pwede Pa!
by Ping Bayani
January 2016

We've heard that phrase before, perhaps once too often - "Pwede na!" - to indicate acceptance of something less than what we really want - be it in clothing, food, emotions, or some other circumstance or situation. It signals a compromise - or worse yet More...

Ambassador Jose Cuisia, Jr. to Visit Kansas City
by Dr. Lillian Pardo
August 2015

A historical first visit to Kansas City by a Philippine Ambassador to the United States will occur on the weekend of September 26-28, 2015. Ambassador Jose Cuisia's visit will be timely as the Sampaguita Debutantes Ball sponsored by the Filipino More...

Lessons in American English, Part 2
by Dr. Manuel Pardo
July 2015

Editor's note: Part 1 of this article was published in the June issue of the Tambuli. In that first installment, Dr. Pardo recounted how some American idioms and colloquialisms confused him, despite his fine knowledge of the English language. That spurred More...

Lessons in American English, Part 1
by Dr. Manuel Pardo
June 2015

I had my first introduction to American English shortly after I "set foot" (or arrived) in America in 1963 on a stopover in San Francisco, California. I was trying to buy postage at the hotel in order to send my first postcard back home. I asked the hotel More...

All Systems Go for Parents Night!
by Ping Bayani
April 2015

Oh, if you only knew (Kung alam n'yo lang!). All things worth doing need to undergo some kind of process to be successful. This process includes, among other things, planning, motivation, collaboration, patience, lightheartedness, humor and even a dash More...

It's Springtime
by Angel Casillan
March 2015

What would be nicer than the ground with no traces of snow? It's when trees and shrubs are covered with colors of the rainbow, it's when the cardinal up the tree sings for his absent love, and people leave their shelter to greet the sky above. It's spring More...

 
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