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Category Archives: Philippines

“I guess I like the feeling of being “different”…”

“I guess I like the feeling of being “different”…”
Tell me about your childhood. I lived in a different town than where I do now. I was an only child until I was 7, and my mom was home more, so I did a lot with my parents. They were heavily involved with our church; my dad actually taught a college-aged class, so I was...
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“Many of us had Spanish last names….”

“Many of us had Spanish last names….”
My name is Reubinedde Malamug and I am an American born Filipino raised in New Jersey.   As a child growing up, I struggled with my identity and being proud of my culture. At home, we ate Filipino food, practiced certain things and spoke our native language, Tagalog. My grandparents helped raise me, so my culture...
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