Unli rice and how a Filipino work lunch differs from an American one.
Words like “dumb,” “comb,” and “tomb” all carry a silent “B” at the end of it. That’s the case when you ask me. Ask my
Manny Pacquaio is easily the most recognizable Filipino in the world. His tight leathery face and high school freshman height have not stopped him from
The people of the Philippines aren’t sure what they should do about the gay population. On one hand, they’re a very religious nation built primarily
Timmy has finally brought me to the last phase of initiation to his culture: WALMART SHOPPING. Also, if you could endure enough to stay until the
I’ve always wondered what it feels like to lie down on snow and make a snow angel ever since I was a kid. At 24
By decline, I don’t only mean the reclining theater chairs. Which is kinda cool, I guess…after you finished laughing at them. Friday after Thanksgiving is special
I’m talking about “real” sidewalks where you could actually walk without fearing for your safety. In the Philippines, there’s all forms of public transportation for very short
I still haven’t gotten used to the cold autumn weather. Everyday is just freaking cold to me, no matter what time of the day. When I
In the Philippines one of the main forms of transportation is the jeepney. Basically, it’s like a jeep and a person’s knee mated; as the
The question most people will ask when they’re trying to get to know you and you’re all adults is what you do for a living.
Transportation in the Philippines is significantly different than it is in the US. Most notably, an hour long cab ride is about the equivalent of
I’m in an interracial relationship yet I often forget this is a fact. It’s 2016 now and interracial relationships are pretty common. Even famous people
I’m used to a very different type of person in the United States than what I experienced in the Philippines when I visit in October