Tag: New Zealand

First Filipino Green MP Francisco Hernandez Rises To Meet NZ Climate Crisis

Filipinos have stood as staunch defenders of the environment wherever they may be - from the motherland across the different oceans. In New Zealand, Francisco Hernandez, the first Filipino Member of Parliament (MP) from...

How Two Filipinos Helped Thousands of Migrant Teachers Settle in New Zealand

As teachers, Filipinos play an indispensable role in shaping the lives of millions of children worldwide. Miles away from home, Filipino migrant teachers have made their mark in classrooms throughout New Zealand (NZ). “Since I...

Unveiling the Future of Filipino Research: Direk Rene and Dr. Aido Sepeda Discuss NRCP’s...

The Mabuhay Channel, a platform for shedding light on various Filipino stories in New Zealand and around the world, has once again hit the mark in its latest episode. This time, Direk Rene Molina engages in a comprehensive dialogue with Dr. Aido Sepeda, the Executive Director of the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP).

Unlocking Hidden Gems: Direk Rene and Historian Jose Maria Bonifacio Escoda Discuss the Untold...

In an eye-opening Netkapihan episode, Direk Rene interviewed author and Philippine historian Jose Maria Bonifacio Escoda to delve into the nation's rich involvement in the sport of basketball. What began as a casual conversation quickly transformed into a riveting exploration of the upcoming book, "Philippine Basketball History".

Gilas Pilipinas vs. Tall Blacks in New Zealand: Game Report by Rene Molina

I always say to my Kiwi friends, that for short people like us Filipinos, we love basketball, whether playing or watching it. It isn’t just love; it borders more on adoring the players and putting them on a pedestal. Hero-worship comes to mind. Such was the scenario last Thursday, June 30, when the Gilas Pilipinas men’s basketball team met the New Zealand Tall Blacks at the Eventfinda Stadium in Auckland.

BTS: Kausapin Mo Ang Langit / Filipino-Kiwi indie film / Pandemya limited or bottomless...

In this PSTV5Online episode, New Zealand-based Filipino content creator and educator Rene Molina talks about his film projects.

Happy World Teachers’ Day 2021 Teachers at the heart of education recovery

In this PSTV5Online episode, New Zealand-based Filipino content creator and educator Rene Molina greets fellow workers a Happy World Teachers' Day and hail them as the heart of education recovery amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ibanag Boses ng Pinoy laban sa pandemya

In this PSTV5Online episode, Didith Tayawa Figuracion (Wellington & Nelson, New Zealand) gives a message of hope amid the COVID-19 pandemic, spoken in the Philippine language of Ibanag.

Pinoy Paralympians panayam at pagpupugay / Filipino swimming team

In this PSTV5Online episode, Rene Molina chats with members of the Filipino swimming team at the Tokyo Paralympics.

Philippines’ MAYA Satellite Engr. Renzo Wee chats with Direk Rene on PSTV5 Online

The Philippines has been launching its own satellites to space starting with the DIWATA microsatellites which were developed by Filipino scientists in Japan.

Mekeni 1st Kapampangan-themed Filipino short film premieres in New Zealand

Mekeni, the first Kapampangan-themed Filipino short film is premiering in New Zealand.

WATCH Maricar Pastrana Holopainen of Urban Ashram Yoga on PSTV5 Online

Online korero with Maricar Cristina Holopainen of Urban Ashram Yoga and the story of how the group pivoted online amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
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