As Chinese by Blood, Filipino by Heart continues to shed light on breaking barriers and stereotypes present in the Filipino-Chinese community, viewers enthusiastically share some of their favorite insights from the series.
For this week’s episode recap, CHiNOY TV’s Chinese by Blood, Filipino by Heart features the previous winners of Mr. and Ms. Chinatown as they discuss what it means to become a voice for the Filipino-Chinese community.
Author-entrepreneur Francis Kong shares what it means to healthily communicate with family while retaining important traditions and values.
In the latest episode of CHiNOY TV’s Chinese by Blood, Filipino by Heart, multiple Chinoy personalities discuss what it means for a member of the Filipino-Chinese community to romantically commit to both Chinoy and non-Chinoy partners. Although none of us can claim to be experts in love, here are three key insights that we’ve taken away from the discussion.
In the seventh episode of CHiNOY TV’s Chinese by Blood, Filipino by Heart, Sharwin Tee shares what it means to enter the culinary field as a Filipino-Chinese chef. Here is what viewers have to say about it!
Steve Sy, CEO and Founder of Great Deals E-Commerce Corporation, shares his rise to the top. Here is what viewers have to say about it.
Episode 5 Recap: Tim Yap & Roselle Monteverde on breaking Chinoy stereotypes in the entertainment industry
With Tim Yap and Roselle Monteverde’s voices taking the helm, CHiNOV TV’s latest documentary episode reveals in earnest the evolution that Chinoy representation in the entertainment industry has taken. Here is what viewers have taken away from it!
CHiNOY TV’s latest episode on chemist-entrepreneur Pinky Tobiano gains new milestones.
The people have spoken! CHiNOY TV’s newest documentary series embraces nostalgia with a decisive affirmation of what it means to grow up as a Chinoy. Check what viewers have to say about it here!
#1CH1NOY Campaign: Fil-Chi Media Productions President Alvin Tan shares his hopes for the Chinoy community
In an exclusive interview, Fil-Chi Media Productions President Alvin Kingson Tan shares his personal insights, experiences, and hopes for the future of a people who are Chinese by blood but undoubtedly Filipino by heart.