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Tagalog, which is mainly spoken in the Philippines, is one of the most beautiful languages in Asia. Writer and self-confessed language nerd Kris Andres wants to share that beauty with you. Whether you are visiting the country for business or pleasure, married or dating someone from the Philippines, an English-speaking Filipino trying to find their ethnic identity, or just trying to learn something new, this podcast is for you. It features lessons and exercises that would help you understand ...
 
Through conversations with artists and community members, we’re spreading positivity, thoughts, music, and art—all through a Filipino American perspective. Based out of Daly City—the Pinoy Capital of the United States—the goal is to empower the FilAm community and Pinays / Pinoys throughout the world by profiling awesome people and spreading good vibes. This is a mix of personal journals, interviews, recordings, and whatever can be created. Hope you enjoy!
 
This podcast is hosted by Rey and Dee. Both were born and raised in the Philippines, then moved to Singapore where they became colleagues before they moved on to Japan and Hong Kong. They have been Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) for over a decade. They are both often described by friends as enthusiastic storytellers, so they thought a podcast was a good medium for them to spread their funny insightful conversations. They aim to answer questions using their own experiences as Filipinos and ...
 
English The original Pilipino radio program in Calgary, Radyo Pilipino broadcasts every Sunday from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM on CJSW 90.9 FM. Focusing on Filipino music, culture, news from the old country around the globe and here in Calgary, local events, and happenings of both our 1st and 2nd generation Filipino Canadians. Our dedication line is open so we can celebrate birthdays, weddings, and more with listeners. With the current increase of immigrants from the Philippines, we also have spec ...
 
Learn to speak to native Filipino speakers with this podcast. You will have extensive training within the podcast / course and you will also have a tutor to help you speak Tagalog in no time. This includes lessons Chat sessions One on One Voice Call [] If you are interested to learn conversational Tagalog-Filipino you may want to learn more you go here https://www.patreon.com/learntagalogfilipino Your support will go a long way
 
Learn Filipino with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at FilipinoPod101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
The mission of Lakas Filipino Martial Arts is to educate, preserve and honor the martial arts from the Philippines as well as those fighting systems born from the Filipino American experience. This vision of this podcast is to capture and share the stories of teachers, instructors and mentors that have not only contributed their life and spirit to martial art, but have helped paint the portrait of who I am today, and what Lakas Filipino Martial Arts continues to develop to be.
 
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We cover Filipino culture tidbits which could be helpful for foreigners visiting or moving to the Philippines. We talk about what to do and not do from the moment you arrive at the airport until you mingle with the locals. We give tips on these and more: how to avoid getting ripped off, when not to get a haircut, what not to sing at karaoke so you …
 
New Year. Covid’s still here. Let’s start purging and clear… The energy for 2021. We all know that 2020 was a roller coaster that we were happy to say so long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodnight, and goodbye to that wretched year. Within the first week of 2021, we faced an attempted coup attempt and more Covid deaths, especially in our community.…
 
Stephanie Garma Balón, MA, AMFT (she/her) is a second-gen, Pinay-American, & proud Mama—born/raised on occupied land of the Ramaytush Ohlone people, AKA: Daly City/San Francisco, and of Ilokano & Visayan decent. As an Expressive Arts Therapist at StarVista in North San Mateo County (SMC) providing individual and group therapy to youth, parents, and…
 
Apart from the -AN suffix, Locative Focus Verbs use the -IN suffix and the PAG-AN affix combination. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Craig Putz, Isak Buan, Gladys Trinidad, Ken Yeager, Paolo de Armas, Christian Dimalanta, J Springy, Elaine, Bryan, Melinda O’Connor, Caroline Jane Walsh, Alex, Chris, Alexande…
 
Beth joins us from the Philippines to kick off 2021! We discuss choreography, young Goby, Manuel's generosity and wisdom, primal screams, the 1978 Philippines Sweepstakes and motor sports. We get into some Family Questions (22:30) before Beth takes the USA Test (47:00) and plays "Which Brother is Worse?" (53:30). Enjoy on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, i…
 
Playlist: gospel song - pagkagising sa umaga siakol - maligayang pasko abs cbn star - bro ikaw ang star ng pasko eric santos - maging sino ka man basil valdez - akayin mo ako andrew e - tinapay at keso inigo pascual - dahil sa iyo abs cbn artists - ikaw ang liwanag at ligaya aegis - sinta
 
We interview Tyne and Zenie on their inspiring stories about how they became Overseas Filipino Workers in order to help their families financially. After encountering bloopers and culture shock, they are now citizens of Canada and Jersey Channel Islands, UK. Listen as they share their OFW journeys and tips on how to follow their paths. Link: Dee's …
 
Did you know that the Banaue Rice Terraces are actually only approximately 200-300 years old hundred years old, and not 2,000 years old as many people believe? Did you know that the “Wave Migrations” theory of the people-ing of the Philippines has no archaeological basis and is fundamentally racist? Some of these Philippine nationalist narratives h…
 
We talk about Artificial Intelligence and interview an AI apprentice on this matter. We delve into how AI is used in social media, which has caused damage to society, citing information we learned from The Social Dilemma documentary. We talk about problems caused by social media - addiction, depression, tribalism, misinformation, and manipulation. …
 
We talk about predictions for 2021 and 2030. Madam Dee puts on a turban and we literally use tarot cards to try and see what's in store for these years. We also read out speculations from our listeners and discuss forecasts that were wrong and eerily spot on in entertainment and real life. Link: Behind the scenes photos…
 
(NOTE: This episode was originally published on Patreon on October 28, 2020.) Another function of the -AN suffix is to create locative focus verbs. How can you tell it apart from the -AN object focus verbs? Listen to this lesson to find out. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Ollie Crouch, Caroline Jane Walsh,…
 
In this bonus episode, we categorize COVID-19 impact into three buckets: health, financial, and social, and share our own and other people's experiences. Dee goes into detail about her quarantine experience after moving from Singapore to Hong Kong in the middle of a pandemic.Rey & Dee による
 
We list TV shows, movies, and podcasts that we found binge-worthy this year. We split our TV shows into these categories: comedy/light, heist/mystery, drama, sci fi/fantasy, Asian, and reality/documentary. We reveal what we consider our movie of the year. We talk about how we first discovered podcasts and what we enjoy in them. We end on the pros a…
 
Playlist: abs cbn all cast star - ngayong pasko nagniningning ang pilipino freddie aguilar - sa paskong darating yeng constantino - pasko sa pinas siakol - maligayang pasko apo hiking society - himig ng pasko siakol - pasko ang araw ng pag ibig sarah geronimo - sana ngayon pasko
 
We talk about Filipino food. We wonder why Filipino food is not that popular globally and mention dishes which we think have a chance of getting there. We also bring up some favorite Christmas food and regional dishes in Visayas and Mindanao. This episode is chock full of trivia and realizations.Rey & Dee による
 
Filipinos are notorious for their sweet tooth. We put sugar in almost all of our dishes. So much so our spaghetti would be a dessert in Italy. And of course, who can forget our traditional desserts? Bibingka, turon, halo halo, Cebu torta, tupig, puto bumbong, ginataan, buko pie…the list goes on and on. In almost every region in the Philippines, des…
 
On this episode we talk to Dr. Stephen Acabado, an archaeologist who wrote a book about the Philippines' famous rice terraces. We talk about changing contemporary narratives around the history of the terraces, empowering local youth, and why we can't afford to simply let the truth lie buried under the rubble.…
 
Playlist: gospel songs - pagkagising sa umaga sarah geronimo - kiss me kiss me siakol - sige na tuloynpa eurika - abot langit various artist - pasko na naman freddie aguilar - sa paskong darating alon band - pusong bato roel cortez - maligayang kaarawan flippers - pangako mabuhay sibgers - pasko na naman jobert austria - jesus…
 
We interview three Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) in the Middle East. Myren and Glee are accountants in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, while Cris is an engineer in Oman. They share the stories of how they became OFWs and share a glimpse of their lives as white collar workers in the Middle East.Rey & Dee による
 
(NOTE: This episode was originally published on Patreon on September 30, 2020.) The -AN suffix has many functions, one of which is to turn root words into object focus verbs. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Caroline Jane Walsh, Isak Buan, Craig Putz, Gladys Trinidad, Ken Yeager, Elaine, Niña Lerch, Christia…
 
We interview Na Rae, a Korean, and Max, a K-pop addicted Filipino. We talk about Korean food, K-pop, K-fashion, and K-beauty. We discuss the fascinating journey that K-pop stars undergo before they succeed. Max tells the unusual story of how she was inspired to become part of the BTS army. We express our admiration for how Koreans take good care of…
 
Have you ever wondered what would happen if Marvel and Pinoy superheroes got into a fight? We took our fan fiction pens and wrote down the action-packed scenarios with comedic moments. Just like in a typical superhero film, you need to stay until after the credits have rolled.Rey & Dee による
 
We interview two guests on the importance of language and cultural context when living in a country far away from home. Edmund gives helpful tips on how to survive as a non-Japanese speaking expat in Japan. Shayne talks about her interesting experiences as a full time missionary in different countries. Links: Edmund's YouTube page | Shayne's YouTub…
 
Election season in the US has come and not quite gone, and regardless of who you voted for (and how you feel about the results), a noteworthy aspect of this year’s Elections were the sheer number of Filipino Americans running for office throughout the country. From Hawaii to Virginia, California to Georgia, and even Utah and Texas, there were a num…
 
If a Shopee genie gave you 3 wishes, what would you put in your online shopping cart? We talk about Singles Day trivia and interview Pinoys from all over the world to get insights on their shopaholic tendencies and gather tips on impulse-buying.Rey & Dee による
 
Filipino humor. You know what it is. Super corny one-liners your mom or dad, aunt and uncle might have said. It may be a play on words. May include using an accent. On Filipino TV shows, it may include a high-pitched, solo laugh track. Some Filipino Americans might find it hilarious. Some may not. Non-Filipinos may not get the joke. Some may. Whate…
 
Learn how to say "I Love You" in Tagalog -Filipino If you find the show helpful you may want to support us on Patreon for a few dollars each month and in return, you will get exclusive access to all our other videos, audio, articles, transcripts and other learning materials at https://patreon.com/learntagalogfilipino…
 
Learn to say "I hate you" If you find the show helpful you may want to support us on Patreon for a few dollars each month and in return, you will get exclusive access to all our other videos, audio, articles, transcripts and other learning materials at https://patreon.com/learntagalogfilipino
 
This bonus episode is about Filipina director Antoinette Jadaone’s film Fan Girl which premiered at the 33rd Tokyo International Film Festival on 31st October 2020. Fan Girl follows the story of an overzealous fan (portrayed by newcomer Charlie Dizon), who somehow ends up in the same mansion as her celebrity crush, Paulo Avelino – who portrays hims…
 
It's all about '90s nostalgia as we build a list that only '90s Filipino kids will remember. We reminisce about sari-sari store snacks, neighborhood games, tree-climbing, pogs, MIRC, Backstreet Boys, cartoons, cassette and VHS tapes, landline phone pranks, and how precious camera pictures used to be when we were growing up in the Philippines.…
 
For Halloween and All Souls Day, we take a page from Magandang Gabi Bayan and talk about creepy creatures from the Philippines - aswang, mangkukulam, tiktik, manananggal, tikbalang, sigbin, tiyanak and white lady. We raise weird questions and share an epic ghost story experienced by a friend.Rey & Dee による
 
Dance off! Dance crews and line dancers, dance fanatics, and dance contest watchers – gather around for another episode of TFAL as we discuss hip hop dancing and Filipinos’ proclivity towards the art form. We reminisce about our abilities (or inabilities) to follow a dance routine, our love for dancing, and of course, Pilipino Cultural Nights (PCNs…
 
Hide under your blanket and breakout your flashlight for the Halloween Special!!! Carlo and Mallika join JR and Steve to discuss zombie cockroaches, household ghosts, Blair Witch, living in a quiet mountain town, quarantine hobbies, and a Filipino Test on Filipino superstitions and mythical creatures (31:45). Later, JR recounts a recent spooky enco…
 
Jollibee is the #1 fast food in the Philippines. Is it just because of panlasang Pinoy? But it's also making waves in other countries like Singapore. We interview several people of different nationalities in a quest to find answers. We discover patterns and form a conclusion. For the finale, we feature a special podcast episode, so don't miss it!…
 
This episode we chat with Edgie Polistico, author of the Philippine Food, Cooking and Dining Dictionary. From growing up in Leyte to travelling across the archipelago - and eating everything along the way - Edgie shares his journey to writing what I consider one of the best resources on contemporary Filipino food culture.…
 
We hash out the pros and cons of being in our thirties. We commiserate about tiredness, back pain, and slower ability to learn new skills or make new friends. We celebrate being able to afford quality things and possessing more wisdom. We discuss whether it's really so bad to no longer be in the calendar.…
 
It's our origin story: how I met my co-podcaster. Dee tells two amusingly similar tales about risk and reward. She details how she almost didn't even get into Singapore if not for luck and how her luck ran out when she became a recession victim. Rey also shares his own journey to becoming an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW). We talk about life as OFW…
 
In 1932, Celine Navarro, a young Filipina American, was buried alive and murdered by other Filipinos just outside of Stockton, California. The murder of Navarro caught national media attention, sensationalizing the crime and painting Filipinos as savage members of primitive cults. Though mostly forgotten now, this horrific incident reverberated thr…
 
We wax nostalgic over the stuff we love about Christmas - childhood carolling, movies, decorations, parties, food, and gifts. We talk about how we celebrate Christmas in the Philippines, Singapore, and Japan, and laugh over memorable moments from Christmases past.Banana Q による
 
“Call out” culture, an inevitable part of online conversations, has become a bigger part of public discourse over the past few years. While critique and criticism have been around forever, social media has perhaps accelerated confrontations and further deepened divisions between people as online identities increasingly coalesce with personal identi…
 
Can you believe it’s been six months of quarantine? The TFAL Crew, including sleep deprived new dad Joe, came together this past Wednesday night for a TFAL Live where we engaged in a lively discussion about hustles. We talk about how quarantine and covid has impacted or inspired side hustles. The conversation also delves into the world of multileve…
 
Shortly before moving back home to Maryland, I watched Guro Inosanto online as he presented our Filipino Martial Arts to a captivated audience at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History. The program, entitled “Filipino Martial Arts: From Kali and Escrima to Boxing” featured faculty from the University of Maryland but also …
 
“Yes! The rhythm! The Rebel!” – Public Enemy I started listening to Sifu Dwight Woods years before his podcasts, “The I Love Jeet Kune Do Broadcast“, “The Jeet Kune Do Dialogues” and “The FMA Files“. I started watching Sifu Dwight on YouTube back in the day, intently listening to his clips from his classes, talking about Guro Inosanto, JKD and Kali…
 
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