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A Foreigner’s first impression of Filipinos

This guy thought Thailand was the land of smiles until he went to the Philippines!
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Healing Song Playlist in The Time of Quarantine

Music as a way to express ourselves and our emotions can also be like a bridge that unites and connects people who are otherwise isolated. The power of music and songs can address loneliness and desperation especially at this time when people are physically cut off from other people while under community quarantine.
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10 Homegrown Filipino Books To Read In The Time of Quarantine

Here is a list of books made by Fil-Ams and Filipinos to read while at home. We realize that not all of us have access to physical copies, so linked below are some places where you can find the titles available online.

2 Beautiful Films on Philippine History Now Screening at Cinemalaya and PPP

This August, two film festivals are once again seeking to promote better quality Filipino films with the ongoing Cinemalaya Festival from Aug. 4 to 12 and the Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino (“Fiesta of Filipino Films”) organized by the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) from Aug. 15 to 21.

6 World’s Richest And Most Successful Used To Be Newsboys

Sending kids to study in Ivy League schools for an MBA or to earn degrees from famous universities isn’t the best way to train future great leaders.

3 Filipino Values To Teach The World

Naniniwala ako na ang mga Pilipino have so much to teach the world!

What did this French guy discover in the Philippines?

Nasa puso ni Louis Faure ang Pilipinas… Gusto mo ba malaman kung bakit?

How to be rich in the Philippines!

  Do you think you can be successful in the Philippines? Do you think you can become rich in the Philippines? A lot of Filipinos don't believe...

Be a proud morena!

One of the organizations that greatly influenced me here in the Philippines is Gawad Kalinga, and their manifesto, "God did not make a mistake making you Filipino, making you brown".

3 Reasons Why Foreigners Love Working With Pinoys

“If I had to hire 10 employees, probably 9 of them would be in the Philippines"

Tondo-born CEO Benjie Yap targets sustained growth for Unilever

Humility, strategic thinking, integrity, straightforward efficiency, savvy marketing, customer focus, and traditional family values. All these were highlighted at the unforgettable Aug.16 dinner forum of the Anvil Business Club with Unilever Philippines’ first-ever homegrown chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) in 30 years, the 43-year-old engineer Benjie Yap.

Still in love with the Philippines

It has now been almost one month since I have been in Ireland for the Christmas break. This Sunday I fly back to the Philippines. Its...

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