My Pinoy Life in Edmonton, Canada: As of 2013, there are more than 39,000 Filipinos in Edmonton. Filipinos are respected in Canada as we are hardworking, reliable and sincere people.
Sydney is a melting pot of people of a diverse cultural and demographic background, as the city remains as one of the top choices where immigrants choose to live and work. Hence, it was not surprising to see Pinoys and other Asians around the city.
Adelaide is located in the state of South Australia with a land base of around about 100,000 sq kilometres, with a population of roughly 2 million. First time visitors think of Adelaide as a fairly quiet and provincial setting with all the amenities of a metropolis.
Singapore has a thriving Filipino community. Singapore is just like the Philippines in some ways. The weather is just fine, although here I think here there is more humidity compared to back home. Check out one kabayan who has seen great success in the land of the Merlion!
The region of Alpes de Haute Provence is famous for the valley of Ubaye, the Route de Grande Alpes which a lot of cyclist, rallyist and motorist pass by to go to Nice, Cannes and Monaco. We are on the border of Italy and our place is a famous route for the Tour de France. Provence has museums, shops that sell artisanale and regional products.
Filipino Thailand: A Filipina volunteer talks about her life in Songkhla
Arturo Poblete Jr. chronicles his life in beautiful, serene yet progressive Vienam. He lives in Danang City, Vietnam, the third largest city in Vietnam located in the central part of the country.
Filipinos abroad share about their life in different cities across the globe. Risk Management professional Gay Iglesias is a Filipino in Bangkok.
Astana’s picturesque scenery isn’t the first thing to come to mind when looking for Filipinos! Find out more about the capital of Kazakhstan as Merle Hacildo talks about her life there. #illustradomagazine #taasnoofilipino
Pinoys are scattered throughout the world living different lifestyles and adopting various cultures. In this issue, private security specialist Ferdinand Acosta, shares his experiences in living in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania – a country known for the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro and the ruggedly beautiful Serengeti.
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