It’s that time of year – “Pasko na naman!” It’s Christmas again!Every year, Filipinos around the world adorn their homes with Parols, the ever-present colourful lanterns that evoke the star of Bethlehem. And we at Philippine Generations are no exception – we are happy
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We are overwhelmed by the support of the international community, and it is humbling to witness such generosity. The big charitable organisations have mobilised their staff to maximise relief efforts in the affected areas, and reinforcements from countries’ armed forces have also been sent to provide manpower and resources. It is fantastic and heartwarming, and makes us believe in the goodness of humanity.
Each person, community group or organisation is looking for ways in which to help, and we at Philippine Generations would like to help you do so by actively identifying local organisations which you can support and by making this information available to you. We have already listed a few which you can see on the Typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda tab above. This is a list that we will be updating from time to time as we learn about more organisations.
Let us know if you have other organisations you would like to recommend by sending us an email on email@example.com
Typhoon Haiyan / YolandaThe images and stories that we’ve all seen and heard on the news and the internet have been truly heart-breaking to see. Whilst not all of us at Philippine Generations have been directly affected, others have been and we all know people who have family and
Baybayin aka Alibata is a pre-Filipino writing system from the islands known as the “Philippines”. Baybayin comes from the word “baybay”, which literally means “spell”. Alibata was a term coined by Paul Versoza in the early 1900′s.Today, this ancient script is being
It's almost that moment many of you have been waiting a whole year for! 16 Teams will compete once again to be crowned the Champions of PIDWC 2013! 2010 - Manila Ice 2011 - Bora Warriors 2012 - Bora Warriors 2013 - ??? The 4th Annual Philippine Independence Day
It’s almost that moment many of you have been waiting a whole year for!
16 Teams will compete once again to be crowned the Champions of PIDWC 2013!
2009 – Manila Ice
2010 – Bora Warriors
2011 – Bora Warriors
2012 – ???
The 4th Annual Philippine Independence Day World Cup 2013 is nearly here. Fresh from their second consecutive triumph, Bora Warriors have the opportunity to keep the current trophy IF they do the Hat-Trick and win for a third consecutive year!
Important dates for you:
5th May – Registration Opens: Once we reach 16 teams, Registration will close!
1st June – Team Registration Packs will be sent to Team Captains
15th June – Philippine Independence Day World Cup 2013!
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Typhoon Bopha (or Pablo as it is locally known) is one of the deadliest cyclones to hit southern Philippines since Tropical Storm Washi last year. The typhoon brought floods and landslides to southern Mindanao on December 4, and has since travelled northwards, dissipating in the South
Join us in making traditional Christmas lanterns! Every year we are honoured that there are many Filipinos and non Filipinos participate at this seasonal event with their friends and families. They all put a lot of efforts to build their own lanterns and everyone helping each other;