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"Where is my father?"

November 12, 2015
Online article published in the Global Nation section of on October 4, 2015.
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Enrico Dungca's The Amerasian Photography Project: The Forgotten Americans

November 02, 2015
The first online write up about the Amerasian Photography Project is authored by Mark Ramone Go on August 5, 2015. Click link below for the complete article.
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John Nicole's Story

March 09, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
March 2014, Angeles City, Philippines. I asked John Nicole, a blonde boy wandering the slums of Angeles City if he knows where his father lives. He replies in Tagalog, “Hindi ko po alam (I don’t know where my father is).” His hazel-colored, almond-shaped eyes speak trouble. Forced to live in a packed hut with relatives and rodents, I am concerne...
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The Inspiration by Enrico Dungca

February 02, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
It began in Angeles City, Philippines with a brief encounter with a stranger who had the looks of mixed Asian and Caucasian facial features. He introduced himself as an “Amerasian” - a child born to a Filipino mother and a U.S. serviceman. The stranger gave me a little background about him - how he lived his life since he was abandoned by his fathe...
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"Left By The Ship" - a film by Emma Rossi Landi and Alberto Vendemmiati

January 14, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
The documentary follows the lives of four young Filipino Amerasians as they struggle to find their sacred place in their own community. Charlene Rose, JR, Robert, and Margarita battle against the racial discrimination as they try to find their own identities in a very conservative society. They are the children of Filipino mothers and U.S. servicem...
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