Category: Bing’s Corner

Remembering our heroes

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By Bing Branigin As we commemorate the 70th anniversary of Bataan Day, I remember the sacrifices of all Filipinos who gave their lives during World War ll. One of the… Read More

The women who inspire

Mrs. Vicky Cuisia

By Bing C. Branigin The pleasant early spring weather is being enjoyed by area residents. Noticeable are how meetings are well attended, specially the preparations for the Philippine Festival and… Read More

A Cut Above the Rest

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by Bing Branigin Yes, that’s best described the out-going and beloved DCM and Con. Gen. Ding Nolasco. Nolasco is leaving Feb 22, after six years of serving. He served three… Read More

A Telenovela

Bing C. Branigin

January, 2012 proved to be a very busy month for me. Just on the 7 1/2 weeks of the year, I found myself traveling, meeting, and executing commitments. Yeah, the… Read More

PNoy’s ‘wang wang’

By Bing C. Branigin Well, good thing that President Aquino decided to drop-by Washington, DC., last September 21. His chartered plane from New York landed at Dulles at 10:15 a.m.… Read More

The Gardeners of DC

Filipino Americans in the area are now busy tilling their gardens, planting flowers, vegetables or herbs. First and foremost is Jon Melegrito, the Manila Mail columnist who is known in… Read More

Goodbye summer, welcome fall

The summer of 2009 is coming to an end and the Filipino Americans in the area are taking advantage of the good weather. As always, multiple events are happening every… Read More

6th Annual Asian Festival held in Reston, Virginia

At the 6th Annual Asian Festival held in Reston, Virginia, August 1 and 2, the Philippine booth won the top prize. It also featured carvings that had the likeness of… Read More