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The Lighter Side of Western-Chinese Interracial Relationships

Here’s another hilarious video from the team at Mamahuhu, exploring the funnier side of Chinese/Western love relationships. Take a look: Possibly Related Posts: Chinese Marriage Customs Exploring Melbourne’s Vibrant Asian Communities Eating in China: The Essential Intro to Chinese Cuisine The Essential Must Read Intro: Meeting and Dating Chinese Girls Prepare Yourself: The Top 5 Changes after You’ve Married an… Read more →

Wechat Tips and Tricks

Wechat is most certainly the number one app in China for personal messaging, group messaging and sharing your moments much like the Facebook timeline. Its also gaining popularity in other parts of Asia, so you probably want to know more: about wechat. If you already have it, here’s some tips and tricks: Wechat Voice: Download Wechat Voice for free from… Read more →

A Guide to WeChat Emoticon Meanings

For someone new to online chat, or new to using WeChat, the whole range of emoticons that will get thrown at you while using chat, or even in the moments, can get a little confusing. In China, Wechat (Weixin) is wildly popular perhaps even taking over from QQ as the #1 social chat platform, so it pays to know how… Read more →

Chinese Girlfriends – North vs South

Are you dating a Chinese girl? Or have you considered dating a Chinese girl? Of course your probably aware that’s there’s language barriers in some cases and cultural differences. For many people at first the cultural differences seem small, especially when to people are in love, but, remember the language of love is universal. When the love goggles come off,… Read more →

The Christmas Season in the Philippines

Filipinos are generally fun-loving and occasion-celebrating people. Couple this with their value for family and friendships and you will get a quality celebration of life. Filipinos take advantage of holidays, long weekends and other occasions just to have an excuse to visit their family members and other relatives and to spend time with them. Filipinos look forward to any declared… Read more →

Asia’s Top 7 Destinations for Australians

Asia is a continent known for its outstanding hospitality and infamous tourist attractions, read on to discover the top destinations in Asia, for Australian holiday makers. Bali, Indonesia One of the most popular tourist destinations, throughout all of Asia, a holiday to Bali offers Australians affordable airfares, inexpensive accommodation, cheap shopping and friendly, local hospitality. Whether you are planning a… Read more →

Visiting Ho Chi Minh City: Vietnam

Vietnam is a country rich with cultural flavour and historical significance. If you’re planning a short holiday to Ho Chi Minh City, reconsider lengthening your trip, as there is so much to see and do within this vibrant city and its spectacular surrounds. When staying in Ho Chi Minh City, make sure you take some time to check out these… Read more →

The Philippine Fiesta

The Philippines is known to be a nation with fun-loving, celebrating, and joyful people. Amidst the history of colonization and poverty, the Filipinos maintain their resilient spirit. This resilient spirit may be attributed to the ability of the Filipinos to celebrate even how little an occasion or how simple a success is. Not only do Filipinos celebrate individually or with… Read more →

Top 5 Filipino Superstitions

The Philippine history has no specific date of the conception of the Filipino society. Accounts of the first settlers of Aetas, Indones, and Malay are written in history books. However, one thing is sure: the first Filipinos were animist, spirit-believing, superstitious people. They lived their lives around the spirits wanting everything in perfect harmony. Superstitions were made to put rules… Read more →

Filipino Family Values

It is a fact that one can get to know a country better by looking at the things that they value and cherish the most. In order to look at these things, one should take a close look on what is evident in the cultural facets that are tangible like consumer goods, art, and other products. Likewise, intangible products say… Read more →

Filipino-American Relationships

The culture of the Philippines is a rich and diverse one. Its culture is not defined by a single origin or a single tradition. Because of the experience in trading during the pre-colonial era and the experience in the colonial era of the Spanish, British, American, and Japanese, the Filipino culture is a melting pot of a lot more cultures.… Read more →

Courtship in the Philippine Society The 21st Century

The 21st century likes everything in an instant. Instant coffee, instant noodles, instant haircut, instant messaging, instant research, instant entertainment, instant income, and even instant relationships! Everything seems to be wanted in a snap of the finger. Everything runs after everything. Everyone wants everything really fast. The 21st century Philippine courtship seemed to say no to courtship. The rich, vibrant,… Read more →

Manila’s Relaxed Nightlife Options

The term “nightlife” always has a connotation of noise, rowdy people, partying, and lots of alcohol. This is maybe due to the fact that this term is universally accepted as equated to night partying, socializing, and drinking with friends and loved-ones. Manila’s nightlife does not escape this connotation, but the city also offers more reserved, relaxed and easy going options.. Manila… Read more →

Things To Do on Boracay Island Philippines

If the United States has a city that never sleeps, the Philippines has an island that never sleeps- Boracay island. The term Boracay island is a general term for at least eight beaches that make up the whole island. Every little place in Boracay is very much accessible, making it a tourist friendly destination. The term ‘island’ is a deceiving… Read more →

Philippines Climate and Boracay Island

The Philippines is a tropical country found in the equatorial region of the Southeast Asia. Because of its location, it only has two seasons: the dry season or the summer and the wet season or the rainy season. Its general temperature ranges from 22 degrees Celsius up to 34 degrees Celsius. Its generally warm weather makes the Philippines a preferred… Read more →

Philippine’s Boracay Island: Paradise Awaits

The Philippines is an island country in the Southeast Asia. It is called the Pearl of the Orient because of its distinct formation in the Pacific Ocean. The Philippines is composed of 7,107 islands. This makes this island nation one of the best destinations in the world when it comes to beautiful tourist destinations, specifically beaches. The Philippines has hundreds… Read more →