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PINOY TOK With Young Migrant Filipina Irish Coleen Cabalfin | Rene Nonoy Molina

In this episode of Barangay New Zealand, Direk Rene Nonoy Molina has a PINOY TOK with Irish Coleen Cabalfin a young migrant Filipina originally from Valenzuela City in the Philippines. The Year 12 student of...

PINOY TOK with Basketball Coaches Eric Altamirano & David Perez | Rene Nonoy Molina

In this episode of Barangay New Zealand, Direk Rene Nonoy Molina has a PINOY TOK with basketball coaches Eric Altamirano and David Perez. The two coaches are collaborating for a basketball clinic in New...

Preserving Our Filipino Culture and Heritage to Unite Generations | Rene Nonoy Molina

In this episode of Barangay New Zealand, Direk Rene Nonoy Molina gathered known Filipino-Kiwi community movers to talk about celebrating the 126th Philippine Independence Day on June 12, 2024, away from the homeland. Direk Rene...

PINOY TOK with Summer Sanares, Summa Cum Laude, DLSU | Rene Molina

In this episode of Barangay New Zealand, Direk Rene Molina has a Pinoy Tok with Summer Sanares, a recent Summa Cum Laude graduate of De La Salle University and a contributing writer to GoodNewsPilipinas.com....

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".

Auckland’s best batchoy cooked by a Filipino from Iloilo

In this episode, get to know Andrew Judicpa Drew who is from Pavia, Iloilo. Andrew is a marine engineer with a passion for cooking. He grew up with the family business in the Philippines and has brought his mother’s cooking to New Zealand. He started his La Paz Batchoy and BBQ business as a sideline and a year ago he decided to go full-time. Learn more about how he started his business, the challenges, and the rewards for La Paz Batchoy and BBQ in Auckland.

Get To Know Coach David, the Pinoy guide of the Tall Blacks New Zealand...

In this episode, get to know David E Perez, basketball coach and founder of Unofficial: CAMP DAVID, who is again involved with the logistics team of the New Zealand Tall Blacks coming to the Philippines for the FIBA World Cup scheduled this August 25 - Sep 10, 2023.

Cabalen Ballers win Ambassador’s Cup in Auckland, New Zealand

In this episode, Direk Rene chats with Pinoys Nardjo Botio and Coach Wowskie of the Cabalen Ballers after winning their game at the annual Ambassador's Cup which has started in Auckland, New Zealand.

Unique Filipiniana-themed fashion show using banana fiber raw material launched as House of Musa...

In this episode, Direk Rene returns to feature the House of Musa in New Zealand.

House of Musa Catwalk Coach Raine Symons’ Dancer-Teacher Journey from Philippines to New Zealand

In this PsTV5+ Barangay New Zealand episode, Pia interviews House of MUSA New Zealand’s catwalk coach and model-advocate artistic director of Flores de MUSA, Raine Symons.

Empowered sisters who became MUSA model-advocates

In this PsTV5+ Barangay New Zealand episode, Pia interviews Flores de MUSA New Zealand’s model sisters, Kendall and Izarra.
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