Category Archives: OFW Advocacy

Search for FILCOM Lakambini 2016 at Qadsiyah

  Probably the most exciting part of the Coalition of Filipino Community (FILCOM) Organizations in Kuwait is the Search for FILCOM Lakambini 2016. After the entertaining musical show featuring children, the audience were in high spirits in welcoming the lovely contestants for the pageant.

Fell in love with Biritan Kids 2016

  Admittedly, children are my weakness…especially children who know how to dance, sing or do any form of art. They are not only entertaining but truly amazing. That’s how I felt during my emcee task at Biritan Kids 2016.

At My Best Kalayaan 2016

  This is what i have posted on one of my social media accounts; “It makes my eyes glow with pride and honor to see the colors of Independence Day spreading happiness and great joy all around here. Let us all salute our Martyrs, our Philippine Embassy and our Coalition of Filipino Community here in […]

On your Special Day, Engr. Jonathan Po

  On your special day Sir, I would like to thank you for all your trust, belief, confidence and support in my work as an honorary member of Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers (PSME) Kuwait Chapter. Not many people will warm to someone like me who has the very least knowledge about your field of […]

Flag Raising Ceremony for Kalayaan 2016

Once again, I am grateful to have been part of the Flag Raising Ceremony for the 118th Philippine Independence Day Celebration in Kuwait, a few days ago.

An artist in the truest sense of the word, part 2

  (This is the second part of the progressive blog about OFW artist, Sir Alvin Acuña .) But not only that; he earned his first income doing artworks asked by relatives, friends and neighbors or far-reaching residents, alike.

An artist in the truest sense of the word

There he was again; scrawling something on a paper pad and geared with set of crayons as he slouched on the floor.  He was let alone by his mother, grandmother and grandaunt, who were all busy sewing clothes from the fabric materials that their patrons had confidently entrusted them to do.

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