Philippine Expressions Bookshop (U.S.A.)
“Philippine Expressions Bookshop is owned and operated by Linda Nietes-Little who ran her own bookshop in Manila Philippines in 1972 until she moved to Los Angeles in 1984 to establish her current bookshop. She is a specialist in Philippine publications and her bookshop carries books on all aspects of Philippine culture, with books written in English and Filipino for all ages. The bookshop is dedicated to Americans of Filipino heritage who are looking for their roots.”
Philippine Expressions Bookshop
479 West Sixth Street, Suite 105. San Pedro, CA 9073, U.S.A.
+1 (310) 514-9139
Arkipelago Books – The Filipino Bookstore (U.S.A)
“Arkipelago Books has been a pillar to the community for 20 years and […] the store’s collection of contemporary and historical Filipino American titles makes Arkipelago Books a leader in book distribution to libraries, educational institutions, as well as to the local and traveler alike interested in Filipino Literature, Culture, Social Sciences, Art, Poetry, History, and more.”
“Located in the Bayanihan Building in the South of Market (SOMA), Arkipelago Books is a cornerstone to the Filipino businesses, advocate organizations, art spaces and families in the neighborhood. Also, community members from all walks of life — including academics, artists, activists, students of all ages, in all parts of the country know, love and count on Marie and ArkipelagoBooks to provide current, quality products and services. Just this past Fall, this same community rallied and won their bid for SOMA PILIPINAS, San Francisco’s newest Historical District, marking the contributions of Filipinos to the neighborhood and to the city.”
Arkipelago Books – The Filipino Bookstore
1010 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94103, U.S.A.
+1 (415) 795-3382
Mt Cloud Bookshop (Philippines)
“Mt Cloud Bookshop was opened in August 2010 by Baguio born sisters Padma and Feliz Perez. It was a long-time collective dream of the family to run an independent bookshop in Baguio City, inspired in part by Cecile Afable’s Ato Bookshop and Gallery, and Jorge Arago’s Angel’s Trumpet. Both bookshops were once havens for intellectuals and artists alike.”
“Mt Cloud’s selection presents a wide spectrum of Philippine literature and scholarly work. The titles on the shelves vary from popular reads to rare finds. Although Mt Cloud is 80% Filipiniana, we also carry a few choice books from foreign publishers. The bookshop is a great place to discover independent authors or the fine work of small publishing houses. A special section is dedicated to books on Northern Luzon, including works of writers who have lived in Baguio.”
“In Mt Cloud Bookshop, a reader might find books remembered from childhood or from lifetimes away and choose to sit, read and draw memories from these books. The bookshop is a portal to the wilderness and landscapes of literature, history and social issues. At the same time, it is a labyrinth, encouraging and leading readers to move inward in silence, into the many worlds tucked away in our shelves and selves.”
“Mt Cloud Bookshop evokes a sense of Baguio as home, and we hope you feel that when you walk through our doors. We exist for those who know the wild beauty of books, who hold them as though they are about to come alive. We exist for those that open books and inhale deeply, as though the book was giving them new life. We can’t imagine a life without books, and if you can’t either, then we exist just for you, too. Come visit and discover the rest of our story and all the other stories waiting in the bookshop.”
Mt Cloud Bookshop
Casa Vallejo, Upper Session Road, Baguio City 2600, Philippines
(+63) 74 424 4437
La Solidaridad Bookshop (Philippines)
Owned by Philippine National Artist for Literature: F. Sionil Jose.
“Our little bookshop has the widest range of titles in the humanities anywhere in Southeast Asia. And in the Philippines, the widest range of titles in Filipiniana. Small wonder…that those who step into our bookshop find themselves in the midst of a cultural event!”
La Solidaridad Bookshop
531 Padre Faura, Ermita, Manila, Philippines
+63 2 254 1068
Eastwind Books of Berkeley (U.S.A.)
“Bookselling since 1982: Asian American literature, Asian Studies, Ethnic Studies, Language Learning, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Martial Arts, Qigong, Children’s Books, Art Supplies”
Eastwind Books of Berkeley
2066 University Ave. Berkeley, CA 94704, U.S.A.
+1 (510) 548-2350
Asian American Curriculum Project, Inc. (U.S.A)
“The Asian American Curriculum Project, Inc. has been an award winning non-profit voluntary educational organization since 1969. Our original name was Japanese American Curriculum Project JACP, Inc. Since our beginning in 1969, we have grown to offer the most complete collection of Asian American books.The books and other materials offered are for all age groups, all levels of education and all Asian ethnic groups; including and not limited to Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Hmong, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Samoan, Tongan, Thai, & Vietnamese Americans and Hawaiians.”
“Materials include literature, folk tales, posters, magazine, tapes on language and music, games, activities, teachers guides, dictionaries, bilingual materials and reference books on history, social issues and education.”
Asian American Curriculum Project, Inc.
529 East Third Ave. San Mateo, CA 94401, U.S.A.