She is acknowledge by both peers and the public as a living icon of Filipina woman’s global consciousness. She has carved out a name as a staunch advocate for the causes of Mother Earth by earnestly pursuing the cause of protecting, conserving and preserving the environment. She was a 2004 TOWNS awardee for Environmental Advocacy. She was once dubbed by the Time magazine as one of the Asian’s Heroes for 2003. Her skillful use of her unique gifts in song, dance, drama and poetry has earned her numerous awards. She is a consummate artist and an accomplished movie, TV and stage actress. Her independent cultural project “Uyayi: A Collection of Philippine Heritage” won for her the 2004 Catholic Mass Media Awards for Best Secular Album and a Special Citation for Exemplary Work.
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