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Ravi Baichwal Honors The Truth in Storytelling

In today’s panorama where current events are so often fed to the public in various ways, we often question the credibility of some of the information we consume on a daily basis. Meet ABC Chicago’s Emmy-winning news anchor and reporter Ravi Baichwal, an Emmy award-winning trailblazer when it comes to seeking the truth and delivering accurate news to the public.
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In the Blood: Eric Horng's Path Inspired by His 'News Junkie' Dad 

Read how Eric Horng's journey to the newsroom, inspired by his father's passion for news, becomes a testament to the enduring power of journalism.
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Journalism 101 by Judy Hsu: What It Takes to be a Voice of Truth, Accuracy, and Objectivity

Here are five lessons that gleaned from the extraordinary life of Judy Hsu–offering invaluable insight to anyone who aspires to be a voice of truth, accuracy, and objectivity.
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Monica Eng: Narratives of Truths and Taste

Learn more about Monica Eng, whose many stories, both existing and yet to be published, has positioned acceptance and positivity as her indelible mark in Chicago’s papers. 
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Finding Home in Stories: Cate Cauguiran's Journalism Journey

Learn the story of Cate Cauguiran, a daughter of Filipino immigrants and a U.S. Navy veteran, whose life has been a tapestry woven from threads of resilience and cultural exploration.
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From Headlines to Food Lines: Eater Chicago's Ashok Selvam Flavorful Trek

Ashok Selvam's foray into food journalism is a tale of unexpected twists. Transitioning from political campaigns and healthcare reporting to the culinary beat, Selvam found his niche in Chicago's diverse gastronomic scene, now serving as the Editor of Eater Chicago.
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AO Hawaiian Hideout: A Beacon of Polyn-Asian Flavors

As Chicago is a keeper of anthologies from distant lands, it is no surprise that within it lies AO Hawaiian Hideout, Chicago’s beacon of “Polyn-Asian” cuisine–bringing intertwined savor of Hawaii and Asia to the windy city.
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A Taste of Home: The Tan Siblings' Culinary Legacy at Cebu Chicago

Nestled in the bustling streets of Chicago's vibrant Wicker Park neighborhood, Cebu Chicago stands as a beacon of modern regional Filipino cuisine. Founded by a trio of siblings—Marlon, Malvin, and Martin Tan—whose roots trace back to the picturesque island of Cebu in the Philippines, this restaurant is not just a culinary venture; it's a celebration of culture, family, and the rich tapestry of Filipino flavors.