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We need Pinay bloggers!!

We need Pinay bloggers!! Help get the word out there that Pinays are smart, strong, beautiful, malakas at maganda. Can you believe that there are less than a 100 pinay blogs listed at www.pinay.com right now. Ano ba yan?!! Please help naman—-we Pinays, scattered across the Earth, must have thousands (more…)Read More

Blogger Pinays

The Red Apron Gghie Oquendo-Bichara info: My adventures and misadventures in fulfilling my cravings for great food and great travels – Join me and MY RED APRON as we experiment on different recipes, and get inspired creating new recipes, to cook and eat, and discover more great and not so (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (1) Meet Dutched Pinay Travels

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At Pinay.com we are always fascinated by bloggers and what they have to say. We scour the world to look for interesting Pinays and Pinay-loving bloggers to feature. We want to be inspired and serve as the venue to inspire others. This week starts our new blog series we call (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (13) Meet Pinay in Dubay

“Get hooked on the day-to-day story of a Pinay Wanderer in Dubai as she battles on real life situations,” says the beginning line of our featured blogger, Pinay in Dubay.  We followed her blog and actually asked her to write for Pinay.com, and she did, with her first story, “In Dubai (more…)Read More

Pinay Cook Book: Lori’s Apple Crisp

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This recipe is part of the conversation we had with Lori Baltazar, author and blogger, of “Dessert Comes First.” Read about her in our Blog Count series. Lori’s Apple Crisp Apple Crisp, crumbly with streusel, sour cream tang Yield: one 11 x 2 oval ceramic baking dish, one 9½ x 2 (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (7) Meet Pinay Traveller

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I guess travelers do find fellow travelers. Our feature blogger, Pinay Traveller, found Pinay.com’s Blog Count series “informative and inspiring” and has reached out to us about what she does. Of course, we found her travel blog fascinating. Pauline, a media practitioner based in Manila, has been chronicling her travels (more…)Read More

Pinay.com team gathers in Manila

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The Pinay.com team is composed of people from all over, up and down the Philippines in Manila, Bicol, Cebu and CDO, and also from the East to West coasts of the U.S. And so it was high time that we got together in person when I visited Manila last week at the end (more…)Read More

Pinay’s Real Life Drama on the High Seas

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In 2003, Rebecca Catedrilla, in her 40s, left the Philippine island of Mindanao to work abroad—not for greener pastures but to hide herself from the shame she brought to her family. “I am not proud of what I did but I am proud of the lessons I learned,” she said. (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (2) Meet Pinay Jubu in Korea

Have you wondered what it’s like to live in Korea? Twenty-nine years old Jeremy Gascon, or Jem as she prefers to be called, is a  Jubu(주부). That means housewife or homemaker. She moved to Korea in 2011 from her Philippine home province of Laguna. We were drawn by her blog, Pinay (more…)Read More

Pinay Organizing in Austin

I grew up in the Bay Area, California. I started to work with other Pinays through the Filipino Youth Coalition (FYC) around the age of 12. During college, I worked alongside various progressive groups that addressed and challenged issues in San Francisco Pilipino communities. Issues ranged from the overwhelming domestic (more…)Read More

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