Tag: Filipino

Proud to be Pinoy, proud to support Northloom

Proud to be Pinoy, proud to support Northloom

* Northloom is the passion project of Dindo Llana, an award-winning illustrator and painter from Ilocos Norte. The Northloom tagline is “Carry Your Culture” — all their products feature the traditional handwoven Ilocano abel, which they combine with canvas or leatherette to fashion the most beautiful backpacks, yoga bags, totes, wallets, and… 

Filipinos don’t need a visa to go to Israel! Here are the 4 documents you need to go on a pilgrimage or tour.

Filipinos don’t need a visa to go to Israel! Here are the 4 documents you need to go on a pilgrimage or tour.

* According to the Embassy of Israel in Manila, Filipinos don’t need to obtain a tourist visa before departing for Israel. Instead, visitors will be interviewed at the port of entry. These are the documents you will need to present: Confirmed round trip ticket with 

A One-of-a-Kind Giveaway to Thank Everyone Who Supported Our Typhoon Haiyan Relief and Rebuilding Efforts

A One-of-a-Kind Giveaway to Thank Everyone Who Supported Our Typhoon Haiyan Relief and Rebuilding Efforts

* As a special thank-you to everyone who supported our Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) relief efforts last year, the awesome Mar Jefferson Go, a brilliant artist/designer/illustrator with whom I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating (and the honor of calling my friend), agreed to create a commemorative 

Must-Knows for Filipinos Traveling with Children

Must-Knows for Filipinos Traveling with Children

Are you traveling with, or making travel arrangements for, a Filipino child? Here are the rules/requirements of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), and the Bureau of Immigration (BI) for minors traveling abroad.   Definition * Anyone below 18 

The Cost of Kindness

The Cost of Kindness

The one thing I’ve learned to appreciate so much more as I’ve grown older is kindness. Acts of kindness, big or small, are blessings during the best of times, but it’s especially when the going gets rough — when getting through the day is like