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Are Filipinos being racist when they got angry at the screening of Avengers Endgame with Chinese subtitles?
 
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It’s not cool that he did it with somebody other than his wife, but his age shouldn’t be a reason for people to express disgust at what he did
 
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We must learn to survive by coming through: by seeing how things begin with ourselves and end with ourselves.
 
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The NBI’s theory of “continuing publication” should warn us about the cybercrime act's overreach.
 
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Persida Acosta's antics may have been entertaining at one point, but spreading that foolishness among those who need vaccines is just immoral.
 
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Dr. Caroline S. Hau confronts F. Sionil Jose's sweeping generalizations of the Chinese.
 
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"The fact that you have not been told what they have done does not mean that they have done nothing."
 
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Before going off on a nuclear rant online, ask yourself if you're contributing anything new to the discussion
 
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Ethical guidelines should always guide you to do the right thing, no matter how angry you are.
 
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The recent viral video of an Ateneo junior high student bullying a schoolmate has gotten out of hand.
 
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We don't know how to talk about the issues, and maybe that's why things don't change.
 
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Our identity as a nation is continuously evolving, and it needs continuing discussion. Esquire Philippines presents a collection of essays offering different perspectives on the necessarily nuanced and complex question of Being Filipino.
 
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At the end of 2018, Tsinoys now find themselves confronting the ugly specter of racism once more.
 
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At some point, naivete crosses over into bigotry.
 
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In the wake of Solita Monsod's controversial column, let's parse what it means to talk about racism, nationalism, and being "Chinese," "Tsinoy," or "Filipino."
 
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Caroline S. Hau continues the hot debate about Chinese-Filipinos and their place in Philippine society.
 
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Teresita Ang-See outlines why Winnie Monsod is misguided in her column about Tsinoys.
 
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Let us take a moment to mourn the death of civil discourse and friendly disagreement, especially when it comes to family members.
 
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Dr. Caroline S. Hau, author of "The Chinese Question," responds to Solita Monsod's controversial column in the Inquirer.
 
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An explanation for Solita "Mareng Winnie" Monsod, who does not believe in the loyalty of Tsinoys.
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