It is currently in its early stage and it is sitting on a free-hosting site of Wix but it is hoped to grow bigger in the future.
Initiated by Erwin Cabucos and with cooperation from Renato Perdon, the site is envisaged to promote books published with cultural contents from the Filipino-Australian authors or made by Filipino-Australian text creators.
“These books don't get much attention from mainstream publishing, but they are essential to the diversity of Australian society,” says Erwin Cabucos who designed the website for this small, independent Australian company.
“Philippine-Australian Books also seeks to preserve the heritage of Filipinos living and working outside the Philippines,” adds Cabucos.
Philippine-Australian Books sells, refers, introduces, and opens up communication of and about Filipino-Australian books and text creators to the rest of the world.
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