Filipino Expat: If you’re thinking of spreading your wings and moving to certain parts of the world, we’ve gathered some insights from our fellow Filipinos living in key places around the globe to help you plan your next big move.
#ThisWeekinIllustrado – updates from our #GlobalNeighborhood Here’s our first episode on a new collab project with our Illustrado friends from around the globe. This Week – corona virus in Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok; cozying up Manila; the Riyadh you didn’t expect; cold weather in Hanoi, Toronto and Florida; and art, literature and thoughts on …
Filipino Norway: Take a trip around the world and through different countries. A Filipina nurse in Mosjoen shares about her life.
Dubai –DuBlog Power Card has officially been launched last August 8, 2019, at 8 PM, hence the iconic 08.08.08 theme at Burjuman Arjaan Rotana Hotel. The event was attended by various social media personalities, community leaders, press representatives, and his excellency, Consul General Paul Raymund Cortes and spouse Dra. Yasmin Balajadia-Cortes. Founded and headed by …
Largest Filipino-owned technical school in the UAE Philippine Ambassador to the UAE Hjayceelyn Quintana and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Director General and Secretary Isidro Lapena inaugurated the POWER Technical Training Center in Dubai on March 8th. Also present were Deputy Consul General Renato Dueñas, Labor Attache Felicitas Bay, and Executive Director of WorldSkills …
Filipino Denmark: A Filipina nurse tells us about her life in Copenhagen
ANNIE B CHRONICLES: My Christmas Wishlist Simula pa sa pagkabata, laging sinasabi ni Nanay na magpakabait lang daw ako siguradong madami akong pwedeng hilingin sa yo. Pwes, since I believe and I insist na mabait ako, here is my wishlist for this coming holidays:
It’s What I Do features a Filipino Electrical Engineer of ADNEC and a Filipino Senior Officer-Customer Relation. Read career advise from Dubai-based Pinoy pros Joel Foronda and Joyce Alcantara. Iba ang galing ng Pinoy!
“Most of us would rather forego health insurance and job security than lose our toiletries – in other words, it’s perfectly fine to be in the dirt, as long as our dirt doesn’t stink.” Here are some few working theories on why Filipinos smell good by Nicholo Jallores.
It’s all about Pinoy progress at work! An Art Teacher and a Facilities Manager shares some career advice and their flourishing career here in the UAE. It’s What I Do Feature Haven Hamilton A. Villapando and Jeffrey S. Valero. Know more about them here.
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