September 26, 2016

    “Castor and Pollux” by Eunice Sanchez

    Castor and Pollux is the realization of the Greek mythology I found six years ago in the book of Jeanette Winterson’s Sexing the Cherry. “Then, it being night, and the twin stars Castor and Pollux just visible in the sky, I spoke of the tragedy, of two brothers whose love we might find unnatural, so[...]

    September 25, 2016

    Open Call for Photographers

    The Philippines is home to a multitude of gifted photographers where many go unnoticed though not always deliberately. This is why we have created an online platform for you to share your story. Las Islas Filipinas is excited to announce its first-ever open call for documentary and art photographers. It’s just simple. If you believe[...]

    February 10, 2016

    “Losgann” by Benson Batty

    Losgann: Sensitivity, Medicine, Hidden Beauty, and Power “Losgann unites the elements of water and earth, bringing joy, delight and healing in its singing and hopping, and leading you to a sacred spring from which you may be refreshed and renewed.” (P. Carr-Gomm & S. Carr-Gomm. The Druid Animal Oracle.1996.) As a child, I grew up[...]

    February 7, 2016

    What is Las Islas Filipinas?

    Centuries ago, the archipelago was called “Ma-i,” a term coined by the Chinese that literally translates to the “country of the blacks.” When Ruy López de Villalobos landed on the promising Visayan shores along with other Spanish conquistadors, he named the group of islands “Las Islas Filipinas.” In this first-ever blog post, we answer the[...]

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