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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 [via the internet] If you are interested to learn conversational Tagalog-Filipino you may want to book a tutor here https://www.patreon.com/learntagalogfilipino
 
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!
 
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!
 
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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…
 
Playlist: jobert austria - salamat jesus sarah geronimo - lumingon ka lang gospel song - pagkagising sa umaga fernando poe jr and sharon cuneta - kahit konting pagtingin aalon band - pusong bato sex bombs - di ko na mapigilan aegis - sinta freddie aguilar - sa paskong darating moira dela torre - ikaw at ako…
 
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…
 
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.…
 
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!…
 
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…
 
Playlist: yeng constantino - ikaw hebert bartolome - almusal moira dela torre - ikaw at ako asin - bayan ko juan karlos - buwan salbakuta - stupid love flippers - habang may buhay alon band - pusong bato vst and company - sumayaw sumunod carol banawa - aawit kay ina gospel songs - pagising sa umaga
 
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…
 
It’s been awhile, and in lots of ways it really does feel like everything’s changed. On this episode, I chat with Tiffany Tarampi and Nathalie de los Santos of Pilipinxpages about finding books that speak to them. And if you’ve never listened to a podcast from the Philippines, now’s the time! Meet podcasters from five local shows I really enjoyed, …
 
This batch of Tagalog Object Focus Verbs features the use of the MA- prefix, which we previously used to create adjectives and Actor Focus Verbs. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons: - Caroline Jane Walsh - Jess L - Gladys Trinidad - Elaine - Niña Lerch - Christian Dimalanta - Carla - Roger Schachtel - Natasha Esguerra - Theresa Salud - Celin…
 
In this episode the TFAL crew, with Kat Carrido Bonds filling in as a guest host, have a discussion with Isabel Sandoval, the artist behind the lyrical and delicate drama LINGUA FRANCA. LINGUA FRANCA follows Olivia, played by Isabel Sandoval, an undocumented Filipino trans woman, working as a caregiver to Olga, an elderly Russian woman, in Brighton…
 
We continue our lesson about Object Focus Verbs, this time concentrating on the I- prefix. A heartfelt thanks to my $5 Patrons: - Caroline Jane Walsh - Jess L - Gladys Trinidad - Elaine - Niña Lerch - Christian Dimalanta - Carla - Roger Schachtel - Natasha Esguerra - Theresa Salud - Celine Abello - Glen McKenzie - Jon Bailey - Craig Putz - Ken Yeag…
 
Trading the city and WiFi for nature and No Service may be the break our overstimulated brains need to recharge. In this episode the TFAL crew talks about their experiences with hiking, fishing, camping, and nature. Find out who grew up camping, how karaoke and mah jong can be a part of these trips, and what can happen when you get elevation sickne…
 
I see it in footage today, just as I saw it in person back then. But I cannot explain it. “It must be his position” I thought. “Or maybe the angles.” In the hot, and very humid Florida sun, we stood around Gat Puno Abon Baet at he easily touched his opponent’s head with his stick while staying out of range. I watched their shoulders. Their feet. Ev…
 
“Watch how he moves. Look at him.” I looked over my shoulder for a moment. “Did you see him?” I was partnered up with Guro Victor Gendrano for the evening Kali class at the Inosanto Academy. I was there for Instructor Camp, so the school was crowded with both students as well as visiting instructors from around the country, even from around the wor…
 
We all leaned forward, on the edges of our seats. As the Stormtroopers surrounded her, she sat still, forging tools in hand. One prodded her helmet with his blaster. Suddenly she sprung up, alive in action, her hammer and tongs whirling and smashing and crushing. We all shrieked in exhilaration! My daughter next to me jumped up off the bean bag, my…
 
I could barely believe it. I was standing outside in the Southern California sun, looking up at the Ed Parker’s Kenpo Karate sign at his original school in Pasadena. I was about to go inside and meet Tuhon Ray Dionaldo, the incredible Filipino Martial Artist that had captivated my attention over the last several months on YouTube. I had started Say…
 
TFAL is having a baby! Actually, just Gerlie and Joe are having a baby. The latest change in their lives prompted a discussion about pregnancy as Filipino Americans. In this episode, the TFAL crew delves into what we know and don’t know about pregnancy. Most of our conversation is around what we don’t know because, let’s be honest, most Filipino fa…
 
Sometime during my college years, I came across a book that truly captivated me and significantly influenced my views on Filipino Martial Arts. That book was “Filipino Martial Culture” by Mark V. Wiley. Growing up, I loved going to bookstores and my local mall had at least two or three. I would scourge the graphic novels and fictions sections, but …
 
Being raised in the United States, we as Filipino Americans have learned American cultural practices that we’ve grown accustomed to and even embraced – eating hotdogs in a bun, trick or treating, camping, Superbowl parties, calling in sick after Superbowl Parties, weekend BBQs, or even being treated to a meal on your birthday. There are even Americ…
 
Everything in a Tagalog sentence shifts depending on where the focus marker is placed. This lesson is the first of our series about Object Focus Verbs, which are used if the focus of the sentence is at the direct object. A heartfelt thanks to my $5 Patrons: - Caroline Jane Walsh - Jess L - Gladys Trinidad - Elaine - Niña Lerch - Christian Dimalanta…
 
Have you ever thought about how do you get your news? Obtaining news has quickly evolved over the years. Just in the TFAL crew’s lifetimes, the ways we have consumed news has transitioned from physical newspapers to local afternoon TV news to news sites then to social media feeds. In this new era of rapid information consumption where facts are out…
 
The late Asian American activist Grace Lee Boggs towards the end of her life began to devote her activism to the urban agricultural movement in Detroit. She believed that urban gardening provided nutritious food, beautifies neighborhoods, and creates and sustains neighborhood social capital, More importantly, she believed that urban gardening had t…
 
It is time to pay attention to the most difficult part of learning the Tagalog language: verbs. In this lesson, we learn about the Actor Focus Verbs or how to conjugate verb roots if the focus of the sentence is the doer of the action. A heartfelt thanks to my $5 Patrons: - Caroline Jane Walsh - Jess L - Craig Putz - Elaine - Raph - Abigail Rotzoll…
 
The murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others at the hands of the police department has ignited outrage all around the world and once again, exposed the deep wounds of racism and inequality in the United States. While it’s easy to dismiss this unrest as somehow “outside” of the Filipino American community, it is im…
 
This episode focuses on the Tagalog word for "how many." We will also focus on why Filipinos need to open a discussion about why Black lives matter. A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons: - Caroline Jane Walsh - Jess L - Craig Putz - Elaine - Raph - Abigail Rotzoll - Carla - Natasha Esguerra - Roger Schachtel - Theresa Salud - Jon Bailey - Glen McKenzie…
 
Early in the TFAL podcast journey we discussed therapy and mental health in Episode 2. As time has progressed the TFAL community has asked to continue the discussion around mental health. In this episode the TFAL crew has a conversation with Alyssa Lia Mancao, a therapist based out of Sherman Oaks, CA, who also goes by Lia. She specializes in EMDR …
 
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