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Pinay.com | November 19, 2019

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Maid in Manila or Maid in America?

Imagine a typical Pinay housewife’s day. She wakes up early to prepare breakfast and gets the kids ready for school before her usual chores: supervise the cleaning, go to the market, and plan the meal for the night. Another day accomplished with a lot of help: a kasambahay, a driver, (more…)Read More

She’s in Love With a Frenchman and France

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Lately, the New York Times is on a roll with articles that are extremely critical of the French culture. There was Roger Cohen’s recent article titled “France Decapitated” that criticized the French economy and another by Mark Bittman called “French Food Goes Down” that details the demise of French cuisine. (more…)Read More

Beatriz Founder Shows Path to Success

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Carissa Cruz-Evangelista was a public servant before she launched a successful business in Manila. As a fashion and jewelry designer, she works closely with local Philippine craftsmen, designers and artists to make beautiful accessories and bags. Her Beatriz label is classic, elegant, edgy and worn by fashion aficionados. Her other business, Bella (more…)Read More

Life Lessons I Learned From Mountain Climbing

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I first thought of mountain climbing as just a sport but veteran mountain climber Louwel Dejesica who introduced me to it has made me think otherwise. After my experience climbing mountains I see mountains now as wonderful playgrounds. Their silence gives me back my focus in life. “It is a (more…)Read More

Oh Father! My Father! Bless Your Noble Soul

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Father’s Day is a celebration honoring all fathers, fatherhood, paternal bonds and the influence of fathers in every society. In the Philippines, Father’s Day is not an official holiday but it is widely observed on the 3rd Sunday of June, which falls on June 15 this year. Our fathers are (more…)Read More

T’boli Mothers Take Part in Saving Culture

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Vivian Antang, a young Pinay T’boli mother of three, listened intently to the speaker in front who enumerated the elements of a good children’s story. A few seats away from her is Sally Dala, her neighbor who seemed to enjoy remembering numerous indigenous games of their tribe. On her left (more…)Read More

Helpful emergency support links for Typhoon Haiyan – DONATE Now

Victims of Yolanda need your help. The organizations listed below are mobilizing and deploying major disaster relief efforts. See how you can lend support, and check back for further updates. Please note donors are advised to conduct due diligence before donating money directly to a personal bank account.  Don’t forgot (more…)Read More

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