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How high-tech is Japan? When it sends a Tagalog-speaking Japanese relief worker to Tacloban

Swept away: Watch a house disappear within seconds after a storm surge

Cadaver dogs aid in recovery of corpses in Tacloban

Awesome Dutch citizens raise more than 18 million euros (or more than 1 billion pesos) through a nationwide telethon

Jamie Oliver asks British viewers to donate to the Philippines through Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC)

In Warsaw, Poland, Naderev Saño—Filipino representative to the Warsaw conference—gave a tearful speech pleading with the world to take immediate, drastic action to reduce climate change-causing carbon dioxide emissions

“They are not broken,” Anderson Cooper says in his Reporter’s Notebook

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Apple

I can’t access all of the videos in chuvaness.com… I don’t know why. Do you guys have an idea why?

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Chellah

The Japanese guy who speaks Filipino studied here in the Phils for 2 years that’s why he’s fluent in Filipino 🙂

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Kris Reply:

“Shinishipown..” Ang cute magsalita. Naamaze talaga ko. Galing!

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Kris

“Shinishipown..” Ang cute magsalita. Naamaze talaga ko. Galing!

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hiddendragon

“Mabuhi Philipines, Maramay salama”? Was that French, or was AC has just happy to be here? 😉

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teadrinker

I’m still overwhelmed with the compassion that other nations have for our suffering countrymen. Overwhelmed with the scale and complexity of it all.

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wenggaye

those videos are so touching… heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time…i was amazed how fluent in Tagalog that Japanese relief was… he speaks better Tagalog than some local celebs who have been in the country for years yet continue to feign difficulty in understanding and speaking the language

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dudut Reply:

martin nievera?

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wenggaye Reply:

yes, among others

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dudut

martin nievera?

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wenggaye

yes, among others

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Walter Robles

Went to university in Kyoto and met a lot of Japanese who don’t speak much English but are quite fluent in Tagalog. There’s even one who is fluent in Cebuano! Lovely people. [Reply]Jo Reply:November 20th, 2013 at 1:14 PMJust wondering, why are they fluent? Were they brought up by Filipinos and picked up the language from them? Or they chose to study Filipino in school? [Reply]Guest Reply:November 20th, 2013 at 9:57 PMI have met and know some Japanese here in Tokyo who speak fluent Tagalog as well. There are those who study Filipino at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies,… Read more »

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Jo

Just wondering, why are they fluent? Were they brought up by Filipinos and picked up the language from them? Or they chose to study Filipino in school?

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I have met and know some Japanese here in Tokyo who speak fluent Tagalog as well. There are those who study Filipino at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, and some who just go to the Philippines to study the language because they have ancestors who were in the Philippines before. Still others who join JICA and the like take it upon themselves to study the language of the place they will be posted to.

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chichiYS

At ang daming Pinoys sa Japan who speak fluent Nihonggo! My chlidhood friend living in Japan for almost 20 yrs na, fluent in Nihonggo. She works in a factory. She said, Japanese who likes to learn Filipino, diction and all – sila nag tuturo. Of course may halong tawanan yan! lol!
Some of her friends were School teachers ( fluent in Filipino, English and Nihonggo) sa St. Scho. and La Salle, may private tutoring sila in Filipino language, with pay. Gusto raw ng hapon to learn yun correct diction natin. Awesome! 🙂

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