Sunday, December 26, 2010

PEBA says thank you to Book Divas!

Thank you  http://www.bookdivas.com/ for the shirts, bags and books! 






A book is a part of life, a manifestation of life, just as much as a tree or a horse or a star. It obeys its own rhythms, its own laws, whether it be a novel, a play, or a diary. The deep, hidden rhythm of life is always there -- that of the pulse, the heart beat. - Henry Miller



A book is a garden, an orchard, a storehouse, a party, a company by the way, a counselor, a multitude of counselors - Henry Ward Beecher




Congratulations to all the lucky people/bloggers who brought home bags of Book Divas stuff during the PEBA Night 2010!

©2010 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Deconstructing Dubai - OFW Blogs, NOKIA Best Entry



There are a lot of good entries and blogs but I zeroed on Deconstructing Dubai because I like the overall feel of the blog. The lay-out is simple and clean. Though minimalist in design, the blog has an artful feel to it. One positive point is the white background (underneath the text), simple header, and no-fuss font used. His blog is like a diary that has light and easy-to-read entries. The blogger writes well and has a good command of the English language. His PEBA entry is insightful. Judge 2


The author emphasized in his essay that having a son or daughter  (or any family member for that matter) in another country is not a family that's less with one person. Physical distance doesn't matter. He also also called for other solutions from the government and other institutions on how the OFWs can be helped like more affordable calls and more job opportunities in the country. -Judge 4

This entry works on so many levels. Setting aside grammar, I am impressed with the writer's choice of words - i.e. "My family is sonless in me." Hopefully ,the writer continues to practice writing and read more books so that the technical aspects of writing can be improved. Certainly, he has great potential.- Judge 6, Head of the Judges

I like the way the blog post entry was written matter-of-factly.  Good write-ups. Engaging.- Judge 8





Quotable quotes from PEBA 2010 Best Blog Entry in OFW Division, from Dubai, UAE. 

"To this very day, family still is the basic social institution, the more founded and solid it is, the better the society where it belongs."

"I believe it is not flesh and blood that makes us fathers, mothers, sons and daughters, but the heart that endures and sacrifice no matter what distance comes between us. It is the unmoved willingness to share that profound, deeply felt importance of being cared for and caring for the rest of its members. "

"While at some point one must go and all other things may change, we start and end with the family."

"For eleven months in a year, my family is sonless in me. My absence, though, hoping aside from hearts growing fonder, is making our house grows grander, my other siblings' education secure and all their essential needs fulfilled. No more empty fridge, no more uncelebrated birthdays, no more powerless nights, no more threat of property foreclosure."

"Sacrifices – that’s what basically defined an OFW's beginning and probably, its end."

"Still jobless, apologetic, I told her "I have nothing right now". She cried joyfully and said " You have us, your family"."

"My absence is absolved not only by my monthly padala, or my Christmas balikbayan box, but with my sincerest commitment to stay with them as long as I need to and that’s what keep us together – love and faith."

"My family is sonless in me while I am gone but there's a sun that shines every day."

"A family can miss a son but it spells a difference when it is the parent who's absent in the dining table, fastfoods substituting home cooked diner or having another person take care of the kids."

"While the unprecedented exodus of the Filipinos and their remittances are what keeping the local economy from collapsing, there is now a growing sentiment that trading global dollars for generation of families raised on cellphone minutes and facebook/skype/twitter is a hefty price of progress."

"The notion that being able to feed your family means leaving the Philippines is a message not every one will just simply buy. But if only most people, particularly the children of OFWs can have the slightest idea of the difficult situations their parents face, they would have loved their parents more than condemned them for their parental shortcomings."

"Educating the children whose parent works abroad can be the first step in letting them understand that scrubbing toilets is never fun."

"Each has a responsiblity in this never ending quest for bright future, it's not just the parents, the children, but importantly the government that profits most from the sacrifices of the OFWs. "

"If only international calls can be made more affordable, at least children can call their parents and talk longer and discuss matters that goes beyond that Western Union Remittance Number."

"If only government can produce enough competetive local jobs, then parents or sons don't have to work abroad to trade their children's development for dollars."

"Not until local opportunities are made available, the saga of diaspora of sons, daughters, mothers and fathers will continue and so are the tales of parentless families, broken marriages, children crossing the wrong path and so on and so forth."

"But as they say, the family that prays together stays together. No matter what distance separates the families, as long as there is faith and love, nothing should come in between and the family will remain strongly founded as they face a new tomorrow."

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©2010 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Saturday, December 18, 2010

What They're Saying about PEBA 2010








"Isang karangalan ang maging bahagi ng Pinoy Expats / OFW Blog Awards (PEBA). Karangalan na maging nominado at mapabilang sa mga blogista na nakatanggap ng parangal. Lalong-lalo na, ipinagmamalaki ko na isa akong OFW.
Nagpapasalamat ako sa lahat ng dumalo, sa bumubuo ng PEBA, sa mga hurado, sa lahat ng sumuporta, hindi lang sa akin maging sa lahat ng mga nominado na kapwa ko OFW at mga OFW Supporters (Philippine-based bloggers) . Nagpapasalamat rin po ako ng lubos kay Ms. Rubi Garcia, ang aking pinakamamahal na Ina, isa ring ex-OFW.




Malaking bagay para sa akin ang pagkilalang ito. Ito ay handog ko para sa aking Ina. Nuon pa man hiniling na ng aking ina na sana ay maka-tuntong siya sa entablado – dahil ni minsan, wala siyang naihatid sa aming magkakapatid  nung kami ay nagsipagtapos sa elementarya at hayskul at maging nung kolehiyo, ni isa sa aming magkakapatid ay hindi nagtapos. Ang pagtanggap ng aking ina sa parangal ay higit pa sa pagkilala sa aking akda, ito ay lubos na pagkilala rin sa aking ina."


- Dahn Jacob Garcia, Top 1 OFW Blogger, Animus, Salmiya Kuwait




"Mama got excited for the awards night, and went to Narda's for her PhP 4k Igorot dress. Incidentally, there were two Igorot awardees in the top 10 (#2 and #3)."


"Looking now at these photos, I realized the easiest part was for me to write the entry, the fulfillment is mama saying she's proud and happy to be part of the awards night, and the real winners are the people behind PEBA for putting the event through. These winners are working from all corners of the globe and all corners of the Philippines -- unpaid, and just strongly driven by their passion to make a difference for the OFW bloggers."


- Beverly Beswilen- Castro, Top 2 OFW Blogger, Grimliness, Dubai, UAE


"To all who took the time to read, comment and vote for my entry "Outside Looking In," for the 3rd PEBA Blog Awards, I am happy, honored and humbled to announce that WE made Top 3 and that WE also got the Outstanding Blog By Region: Central America and Canada. This win is for my sister, Shiela, who also represented and received the award on my behalf. Sis, this is for you. You lived the tale, I only wrote your story." My sincerest thanks to the hardworking PEBA Family! More power to you! More power to all the OFWs and their families! Congratulations to all the nominees!


Kayni, Top 3 OFW Blogger, Kayni Corner's Cafe, Washington, DC

"Baul ni Noel wishes to thank the PEBA Team for all the efforts in making OFW's voice be heard in Strengthening OFW Families. And to all the judges and coordinators for making the event successful. And lastly, for choosing us as No. 4 among the Top 10 Outstanding Blogs: OFW Category. Congratulations to all the winners. This was my very first major award and I wish to dedicate it to our Lord, Jesus Christ."





First, I want to thank JAG for accepting the award in my behalf...  Also, to the award giving body... PEBA! For honoring me and my blog...  and especially, to all who supported me and my entry... Taos puso po akong nagpapasalamat! It was never expected even from the start... Thank you guys! Galing! para sa atin lahat ito! I also wanted to congratulate all other nominees and winners! Lahat tayo panalo!


- Xprosaic, Davao Philippines


- Bhing, Taipei, Taiwan


-Marvin, Ang Kwentong Nakaka

©2010 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Friday, December 17, 2010

PEBA 2010 Blog Awards - Photos



Our unpaid and faithful volunteers, the PEBA Team Manila - Jen, Ico, Mai, Yanah and Jigs. Thank you to all of you!

OPLE @ PEBA

Supporters or Home Based bloggers Top 1, Felmar's Missionary Journey by a blogging Priest based from Davao is the 2010 Top 1 and Best Blog in Mindanao Region.

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The mother of a blogger based from Salmiya, Kuwait, Animus won Top 1 in OFW Division and ws crying accepting the award from Jigs, PEBA 2010 Chairman

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Carlo Ople, PEBA 2010 Keynote Speaker. Read Carlo Ople's Speech transcript here.

"Before anything else I would like to acknowledge the organizers and sponsors of this event. You guys have done a remarkable job and I’m sure it wasn’t easy pulling everything together since for the most part of this year you were all in different parts of the world. For that may I request that we all give them a round of applause.
It is my honor to be invited as the keynote speaker. PEBA symbolizes two things that are very dear to me and my family. First, the OFW program was primarily driven and started by my grandfather, the late Sec. Blas F. Ople. This advocacy is being continued by my aunt, Susan Ople, who is now the President of the Blas F. Ople Policy and Training Institute. I see so much of my grandfather in my Tita Toots and I pray that you guys continue to give her your support in her endeavors."
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bloggers @ PEBA night

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Susan Ople @ PEBA

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More Photos HERE





©2010 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog (PEBA) Awards 2010 WINNERS


TOP 10 OUTSTANDING BLOGS

OFW BLOGGERS CATEGORY


Top 1 - ANIMUS, Kuwait
"a very inspiring story that leads to positive realization of what lies ahead,
the sacrifices and strength of OFWs" - Judge 1
"short but heartfelt post drawing from the author’s personal experience."
- Judge 3
"Beautiful in its sincerity and simplicity." - Judge 5
"I like his use of a metaphor. He writes about the stark realities of OFW life but remain hopeful of the future. " - Judge 7
"Magandang pagkalahad ng kwento ng isang anak. " - Judge 8


Top 2 - GREMLINESS, Dubai, UAE
"I was really inspired by what the Gremlin blogged about redefining the OFW. It's a must read." - Judge 2
“Redefining the OFW” offers a different perspective in attacking the theme. The writer focused on having the whole family together abroad and seeing the countries just as how we see the provinces in the Philippines, in terms of traversing from one province to another." - Judge 3


Top 3 - KAYNI'S CORNER CAFE, U.S.A.
"The author presented a different perspective looking into the plight of OFWs from an "outsider's" point of view. The essay attempts to be persuasive by presenting steps to be taken by OFWs to avoid the problems that often arises in the lives of people working abroad." - Judge 3
"Her entry is well-structured and very relevant. I liked it that she broke the piece into themes. I would have wanted to know more about the impact on the children especially when the marriage broke apart, and the coping mechanisms of her sister." - Judge 6


Top 4 - BAUL NI NOEL, Saudi Arabia
"The writer outlined clearly the things that could strengthen an OFW family. The story merits strength in that it is the personal story of the writer and he clearly tells how he and his family worked together towards being united not only in physical terms but also in aspirations."

Top 5 - ¡SOY NEGRENSE!, Saudi Arabia
"The author took time to cite some common stories of OFWs, presenting both the profits and perils of working abroad and ultimately persuading fellow OFWs to take the necessary steps to keep being on the right track."

Top 6 - JOURNEY OF A PRODIGAL DAUGHTER, Macau
"Beautifully written, moving metaphor about umbilical cords and a touching rendition of how an OFW feels when sick and away from home. Bravo!" - Judge 6

Top 7 - GUMAMELA SA PARAISO, Taiwan
"I enjoyed the photos and her writing in the vernacular makes the account more heartfelt. I wish she had embodied more about the relationship between her employer and hersef in the uppermost part of her blog entry, just to improve flow and coherence." - Judge 6

Top 8 - DECONSTRUCTING DUBAI, Dubai, UAE
"This entry works on so many levels. Setting aside grammar, I am impressed with the writer's choice of words - i.e. "My family is sonless in me." Hopefully ,the writer continues to practice writing and read more books so that the technical aspects of writing can be improved. Certainly, he has great potential." - Judge 6

Top 9 - THE JOURNEY of my LIFE, Saudi Arabia
STAY AT HOME BLESSINGS, Saudi Arabia

Top 10 - BATANG GALA, Canada


TOP 10 OUTSTANDING BLOGS

OFW SUPPORTERS CATEGORY


Top 1 - Felmar's Missionary Journey
Top 2 - ON THIS SIDE OF TOWN
Top 3 - KAYUMANGGING DAMDAMIN
Top 4 - TUYONG TINTA NG BOLPEN
Top 5 - M(.)(.)D SWINGS
Top 6 - Pinaywriter's Oral Diarrhea 2
Top 7 - Panay Mud Pie
Top 8 - S I Y E T E H A N
Top 9 - BATANG MANGYAN
Top 10 - ANAK NG TOKWA



OUTSTANDING BLOGS BY REGION

OFW BLOGGERS CATEGORY
Central America and Canada - KAYNI'S CORNER CAFE, U.S.A.
Asia and Pacific - JOURNEY OF A PRODIGAL DAUGHTER, Macau
Middle East and Africa - ANIMUS, Kuwait


OUTSTANDING BLOGS BY REGION

OFW SUPPORTERS CATEGORY
Metro Manila - KAYUMANGGING DAMDAMIN, Manila
Luzon - TUYONG TINTA NG BOLPEN, Batangas
Visayas - Panay Mud Pie, Iloilo City
Mindanao - Felmar's Missionary Journey, Davao

MOST POPULAR BLOG AWARD
MICHAEL SHADES OF BLUE, KSA
XPROSAIC'S WORLD, Davao, Phils.

NOKIA's BEST BLOG ENTRY AWARD
DECONSTRUCTING DUBAI, Dubai, UAE
Pinaywriter's Oral Diarrhea 2, Phils.

FRIENDSTER BLOG AWARD
MIZPAH, Kuwait

MOST VISIBLE BLOG BY METRICS AWARD
THE JOURNEY of my LIFE, Saudi Arabia
ON THIS SIDE OF TOWN, Phils.

MOST COMMENTED BLOG ENTRY AWARD
MICHAEL SHADES OF BLUE, KSA
KAYUMANGGING DAMDAMIN, Manila

NOKIA CONNECTING OFW FAMILIES'
BEST ENTRY AWARD

WALA KASING CELPON SI LOLA,
Mga KATHANG ISIP AT KWENTO NI KIKO, Doha, Qatar


MOST COMMENTED IN FACEBOOK AWARD
MICHAEL SHADES OF BLUE, KSA
MAZEPLACE, Davao, Phils.

MOST LIKED IN FACEBOOK AWARD
MICHAEL SHADES OF BLUE, KSA
MAZEPLACE, Davao, Phils.

MOST COMMENTED IN FRIENDSTER AWARD
MICHAEL SHADES OF BLUE, KSA
Felmar's Missionary Journey, Davao, Phils.

JOHN ROBERT POWERS'
MOST INTERACTIVE BLOGGER AWARD

MGA KATHANG ISIP AT KWENTO NI KIKO, Doha, Qatar

BEST BLOG LAYOUT AND DESIGN
ANIMUS, Kuwait

SMART PINOY SIM AWARD
BUHAY OFW, Doha, Qatar

©2011 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Carlo Ople Keynote Speech at the 2010 PEBA Blog Awards

Pinoy Expat/OFW Blog Awards Keynote Speech


(The following is the transcript of the speech I gave earlier tonight at the Pinoy Expat-OFW Blog Awards event held at Teatrino, Promenade, Greenhills San Juan City. Thank you to the organizers and sponsors who made it an awesome event!)
Ladies and gentlemen, good evening. Before anything else I would like to acknowledge the organizers and sponsors of this event. You guys have done a remarkable job and I’m sure it wasn’t easy pulling everything together since for the most part of this year you were all in different parts of the world. For that may I request that we all give them a round of applause.
It is my honor to be invited as the keynote speaker. PEBA symbolizes two things that are very dear to me and my family. First, the OFW program was primarily driven and started by my grandfather, the late Sec. Blas F. Ople. This advocacy is being continued by my aunt, Susan Ople, who is now the President of the Blas F. Ople Policy and Training Institute. I see so much of my grandfather in my Tita Toots and I pray that you guys continue to give her your support in her endeavors.
Secondly, Technology. Technology has played a crucial role in building my career and business. Blogging has enabled me to do things I never thought I could ever do. It has blessed me with a career in Marketing and a thriving consultancy business.
In fact blogging paid for the biggest milestone and special moment in my life. To those who don’t know, I just got married this year, August 7, 2010. I married my girlfriend of 10 years.
It also opened windows for me to help the nation. Blogging has empowered me to be part of the national discourse of issues. I can still remember writing that extensive article criticizing the campaign that the DOT wanted to push. The blog entry was featured on traditional media, both local and international as it was even cited by CNN.
There was also another article which I wrote in support of a presidential candidate in 2010 elections. It was shared on Facebook 4,000 times. This resulted to that entry raking in over 50,000 of views. If I spent every day of the entire campaign period trying to physically and verbally convince people to vote for my candidate, I doubt it if I would have reached 50,000 individuals!
Social media and technology are not confined by space or time. These tools allow us to be part of the conversation in the Philippines even if we’re in Jeddah, US, UK, Japan, or whatever part of the world. As long as there is an internet connection, we can be closer to home. This is proven by the popularity of social networks and messaging services like YM and Skype.
I truly believe this next statement with all my heart: God blessed the Philippines when rapid advancements in technology allowed us to have affordable communication channels with our family members in different corners of the world. It is an answered prayer. I would even go a step further and call it a modern-day miracle.
My challenge for you though is to go beyond just Skype and Yahoo messenger. My challenge is for you to be part of the national discourse. Note that I’m not just talking about politics. Through blogs you can share to your countrymen what you see when you are in different countries. You can share with us the good and the bad. Through your blogs, Facebook accounts, and Twitter, you can inspire those you left at home to be better and to strive more. Use blogging and social media bring the best the world has to offer home with you to the Philippines.
To end let me share a story of my friend Melissa. She was an OFW based in Canada. She wasn’t a great writer but she constantly blogged what she saw, her thoughts, and her dreams on her blogger account. Eventually she had to go home because her mother had a terrible illness and she needed to take care of her.
Several months later, her former employer saw her blog. He found her writing style to be “okay”. Not the best but it showed potential. He sent her an email if she wanted to submit articles for him for some of the websites he manages. Melissa started out submitting two-three articles a week. Several months later she now has 30 writers and they submit over a hundred articles every week to various clients all over the world. I invited Melissa to join us tonight but she’s currently in Canada getting more clients.
The rules of the world are changing. Lets embrace that change and move ourselves, our families, and our country forward! My friends, keep on blogging. Keep on learning. Keep on hustling. You will make a difference.
Lastly, I was told that the theme for PEBA 2011 is all about Tourism. I would like to thank and congratulate the PEBA board for this initiative. Another challenge for OFW bloggers is to start writing not just for the people they left behind but for the world. Let’s show them how beautiful our country truly is.
Before I go, let me just say that it’s only fair to also greet our “Kapatids”. The hosts earlier greeted the “Kapamilyas” and “Kapusos” watching but since I am with TV 5 I think it is okay for me to give our “Kapatids” special mention!
Maraming salamat po at mabuhay kayong lahat at ang PEBA!

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©2010 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

We pray for your understanding: Official Statement on the Photo Contest

Gusto po namin humingi ng paumanhin sa lahat ng sumali sa photo contest. Batid po namin ang lungkot at disappointment na naidulot ng d sinasadyang bagay na ito.

The Photo Contest winners were suddenly not announced in the event because the would be organizer of the Jan 2011 National PEBA Photo Exhibit begged to halt announcing the winner because it would preempt a nationally intended photo exhibit of the PEBA Photo Contest 2010.

Gusto po namin ipabatid sa inyo na ang mga photos ay isasalang sa National Exhibit sa Baguio, Iloilo, Cebu at Davao - simultaneously. The Photo Contest Winners would highlight the Opening Ceremony of the Exhibit which will be held in one of the largest malls in the Philippines. We do accept, however, that due to sudden developments, the PEBA 2010 organizer have failed to announce this to the winners because it was too late especially that we have already requested you to be at the event, due to the pressure, the excitement and non-anticipated development, we have not announced it on the stage, we accept our lapses on this matter and this we pray that you will forgive us of our shortcoming - naway mapatawad nyo ang PEBA 2010 organizer, sakop po kami ng mga pagkakamaling maaring magawa ng isang tao.
But of course, sa isang mas positibong pagtingin, this is because of a higher, grander and very important reason. To declare the winner in a grander stage - where people from all over the Philippines will see your works.

Please accept our sincerest apology for the failure to communicate the development but PEBA 2010 has been only advised as well today. We hope that this does not decrease your faith in us, we were trying to make this event more beneficial to the cause of the OFWs and there is no intention to forget the photo contest winners but we do accept that we should have made announcement on this regard but to the pressure and time constraint brought by short notice of this decision, we were unable to communicate the development.
Rest assured that our selfless intention to serve our fellow OFWs will never waver.

Mabuhay po kayo. Patawad po, patawad po.
Bunga narin po ng ilang gabing kakulangan sa pagtulog, hindi na na i announce on stage ang development na ito. Susubukan po namin mas maging responsable sa mga bagay na ito sa mga susunod na pagkakataon, naway maunawaan nyo po kami sa aming pagkukulang sa bagay na eto dahil sinisingit lamang po namin ang PEBA sa aming mga trabaho para makapgsilbi sa aming kapwa OFW - kumakatok po kami sa inyong mga puso - humihiling, Pamasko nyo na lang po sa aming mga pagal at puyat na inyong taga pag lingkod. Muli, paumanhin po.

F. JIGS G. SEGRE
PROGRAM DIRECTOR, HEAD OF PR & MEDIA AFFAIRS
©2010 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards

Presenting the 2010 PEBA Top 10 International Photos of the Year

Presenting the 2010 PEBA International Top 10 Photos of the Year! I don't have the eye of a judge but when in comes to color, combination, theme focus, the judges selected their Top 10. They are simple wonderful, amazing work of art. Congratulations to the winners, and thank you to those who participated!

 Top 1
Photographer: Roger Alfonso
Location: DUBAI, UAE
Profession/Job: CIVIL Engineer
Interpretations/Short Explanation: MANUEL, AN OFW WELDER IN DUBAI SHOWING HIS TOUGH JOB.



Top 2
Photographer: Clien Tolentino
Location: Sea
Profession: Sailor
Short Explanation:"Rehas sa gitna ng karagatan"

 Top 3
Photographer: Dodeth Vergara
Location: Singapore
Profession: Public Relations Officer
Intepretation: "Ngiting Tatak Pinoy"
Short Explanation: A Filipino bird trainor after the show was still beaming his sunny smile;)

 Top 4
Photographer: Jeanice Pangan
Location: Ottawa, Canada
Profession/Job: Pharmacy Intern
Interpretations/Short Explanation: Friends engagement pictorial


 Top 5
Photographer: Pepe Cabrera
Location: Jeddah, saudi Arabia
Job: Visual Merchandiser
Short Explanation: A Kabayan watching his shoes being fixed by an Afghan cobbler beside a Filipino grocery store.


 Top 6
Photographer: Francis Dumadag
Location: Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam
Profession: Architect
Interpretation: "Proud to be PINOY" 
pinoy's surely love basketball... and will surely support whenever a team from the Philippines play in other countries. (ABL Game, Phils vs Brunei)


 Top 7
Photographer: Levy Aragon
Location: South Korea
Profession/Job: PCB silk screen printer
Interpretation/Short Explanation: birds at wolmido feed by a Filipina during her free time, wolmido a great place to relax and think.


 Top 8
Photographer: Francis Morilao
Location: Doha - Qatar
Profession/Job: Designer/ Technical Artist
Interpretation/Short Explanation: focus and connect… Overseas Filipino Welder in Qatar


 Top 9
Photographer: Cheryle Rose Alajeon
Location: Yangju, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea
Profession/Job:Housewife/English Teacher
Interpretations:"Sulyap ng MAG-AMA"
Malayo man sa lupang sinilangan, napapawi ang kalungkutan dahil sa aking mag-ama.


Top 10

Photographer: Erwin Serrano
Location: Riyadh Saudi Arabia
Profession/Job: Admin Assistant
Interpretations/Short Explanation: bata man sa ating paningin, walang ibang hangad kundi ibigay natin ang kanilang gusto..sa kanlang ikaliligaya


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