A few years ago I found my Filipino passport ( Pilipinas pasaporte ). I turned 25 in June (being born in 1991) and, like all melancholic writers going through life-crises, I wanted to examine where I came from. For the longest time I held the (now apocryphal) belief that I emigrated when I was 6 weeks old (with my mom and uncles), later finding out (erroneously again) that I was 6 months old during the exodus, all of this to self-legitimise myself as... (Citizenship didn’t come until 1997. ) When I referred to my passport, almost a decade later, I was surprised to find that I wasn’t registered as an emigrant until May 19, 1992 and that I didn’t leave the country until a week later on Tuesday the... Though Filipino by blood, my upbringing was filled with my Canadianisation. My grandmother ( Nanay ) decided against Tagalog in the house because she didn’t want me to grow up with an accent. My dad left the Philippines as Guillermo Jr. and arrived in Canada Reynaldo or Rey because he believed it would afford him better jobs. I was lucky that my parents had the foresight to name me the relatively short John Ray , in comparison to other Filipino double names. I grew up with the proud assertion that I was a Filipino-Canadian—of which I’m still proud—even before learning about the cultural mosaic in Grade 5. Failing at basketball I excelled at hockey (much to the chagrin of my point guard dad). At home I ate rice and ulam (Google: “dish” or “entree”) and sometimes hot dogs and at school I ate rice and ulam and sometimes hot dogs. There was no conflict between the ethnic Filipino and national Canadian. In fact, there is no external conflict of identity a la a Chinese-Filipino debating the Spratlys or a Filipino-American debating the issue of naval bases. Here, the debate is chiefly internal: the uneducated Canadian against the suppressed Filipino. Where I am educated in Canadian history and English literature, I was uneducated in being a Filipino. Like many Filipinos in my position, either infant. Source: @Catingub
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Reynaldo Raul Rosales (born in Paducah, Kentucky, United States) is an American actor. Filmography: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2001) TV series - Justin Green, Charmed (2001) TV series - Finn, Fidel (2002) TV movie - Guillermo Garcia, Smallville (2002) TV series - Tyler Randall, Law & Order (2002) TV series - Kevin Seleeby, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2004) TV series - Sean Webster, Homeland Security (2004) TV movie - Tom, She Hate Me (2004) - Jimmy, Sucker Free City (2004) TV movie - Devon, NUMB3RS (2005) TV series - Darryl Gerth.
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