Staying in touch with the Philippine Generations family

The Philippine Generations’ social has become quite the institution and gateway to the cultural activities we both organise and promote. In the short time that I have been a part of the management committee, I have seen the crowds that join us become more reflective of a professional network beyond 2nd generation Filipinos. Whether it is through word-of-mouth, friends, work colleagues or through the PG team, it has been incredibly fun to learn of people’s interests and share our passions and good humour together.
We find ourselves sharing stories and the jokes that entertained us from those we meet between us here within the PG team, and we explore the opportunities that will engage as much of who we meet with each other. To say the least, making connections as we do at each social is energising. But we cannot do it alone. Do more beyond the social by staying in touch with who you’ve met, and staying in touch with us! Tell us about yourself and if you can – volunteer with us! We are always on the lookout for volunteers and writers. 
Follow us on Twitter @PhilGen and on Facebook and our blog! There is plenty more to come this year, so stay tuned.
Kat Cruz


A Trip to a Vanishing World


 by Nahoma Beniga MaentzDivilacan, Isabela. This part of the Philippines, so beautifully raw in its remoteness, is where I had my first (and hopefully not last) sincere encounter of this country’s first inhabitants. I have had several brushes with indigenous people before in

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Art for Volunteerism


Philippine Generations would like to show our support to this cause by creating awareness about the project and the fundraising drive help the people of Carood and the environment around them. Projects like this can help the locals become self sustainable without harming the environment therefore

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Fundraising Concert for Typhoon SENDONG Victims in the Philippines


The Filipino Community groups and individuals here in the UK are putting a concert together to help raise some funds for the victims of Typhoon Sendong, internationally called Washi. It was one of the most fatal tropical storms to hit the Philippines

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