When it rains, it pours! We're not talking about torrential rains of July in the Philippines, it's all about the pouring of Nominees on PEBA 2010 sky.
Since Day 1 of this event, we'd been receiving an average of 2 nominees per day and we are extremely happy for the wave of support from our Global Filipino talents who have believed in the advocacies of PEBA 2010.
We are thrilled to introduce the newest addition to PEBA 2010 Nominees for OFW Blogger Division (3rd Updated | June 25, 2010) .
Anak Ng Tokwa,
Nueva Ecija, Philippines
OFW Supporter - Nominee Number 3
From Nueva Ecija, Philipines, Nominee #3 for OFW Supporters is "Anak Ng Tokwa" with her blog entry entitled "Uuwi Ako" is an emotional memoir of Karen (the author) on the appalling death in her family and the painful homecoming of her OFW brother that brings out true human emotions of love, longing and despair within the family.
The story explores the OFWs human emotions at its strongest point, that amidst the pain and griefs that they experience in life, in their hearts you'll find their unconditional love for their families. >>> Click to here to follow her entry
A + A = i + BC,
OFW Blogger - Nominee Number 7
"A + A = i + BC" is PEBA's Nominee #7 for OFW Blogger Division with her blog entry entitled "Jeremy, I Truly Miss" written by Arlini presents a short but emotional conversation between the author and her 3-year old nephew that leaves twinge in the heart of its reader.
In the midst of prevailing racial discriminations that an OFW faces in the foreign land, she gathers her strength and determination to face all the odds in life through the love and care of her family back home. >>> Click here to follow her entry.
OFW Blogger - Nominee Number 6
Jettro finds the greatest challenge of the OFWs not only in uplifting the financial status of the family and of our country's economy but on the challege of maintainining our Filipino reputation as world's finest migrant workers in shaping the world. >>>Click here to follow his entry
Doha City, Qatar
Mga Kathang Isip Ni Kiko's entry "Kada-buwan ay Pasko sa Pamilya ng OFW" is PEBA 2010's Nominee #5 for OFW Blogger Division from the Doha City, State of Qatar. Kiko's emotional journey as an OFW begins on the fateful afternoon of December 25 leaving his family behind while all the Filipinos are gathered in their homes with their families celebrating Christmas.
Defying homesickeness, Kiko discovers the joy of blogging as it brings inspirations to our Global Filipinos around the world as his writings are published worldwide in various media platforms. He narrates the importance of modern digital communication as an effective tool in bridging the distance between the OFWs and families left in the Philippines. >>> Click here to follow his entry.BatangGala,
OFW Blogger - Nominee Number 4
From Vancouver, Canada, Nominee #4 for OFW Blogger Division, BatangGala's blog entry (authored by BatangGala) entitled "Kaya Natin 'To!" (We can do it), is riveting emotional drama of a migrant daughter where both of her parents are working overseas while she was left with an enormous tasks of caring for her younger sister.
BatangGala is a testament of strength and steadfast determination of the OFW Children in their struggle on the emotional impact of migration and the triump of reunification of family. >>> Click here to follow her entry
Gumamela Ng Paraiso,
Taipei City, Taiwan
Nominee #3 for OFW Blogger Division is from Taiwan, Gumamela ng Paraiso's entry entitled Pagsasalamin sa Pamilya penned by Bhing is a story of success over sacrifices, with her umarried life, she became a beacon of light for her family in the Philippines where she prioritizes the education of her siblings down to her "pamangkin".
Her unselfish love and dedication towards work as Caregiver has earned her the affection of her employer, and where she found her second family in the foreign land, enough to dispel the loneliness of a solitary life. >>> Click here to follow her entry
Kayni's Corner Cafe,
Washington DC, U.S.A.
OFW Blogger - Nominee Number 2
Kayni is from Washington DC, U.S.A., who courageously shared the heartbreaking story of her sister as a Domestic Helper in Hongkong on how she bravely faced her legal battle against her employer and victoriously win the case, but it's just one of the many battles she needs to win, like most other OFWs, a battle to save her marriage awaits her on her way Home.
Kayni's Corner Cafe's entry entitled "Outside Looking In" is PEBA's Nominee #2 for OFW Blogger Division, an entry that calls on the OFW community to unite and become a powerful voice towards change. >>> Click here to follow her entry.
Different tales, different lives, but all centered towards one goal -
Strengthening the OFW Family.
Strengthening the OFW Family.
Let us read their stories and be inspired -
if it touches you, it has touched your family too.
Related articles : PEBA 2010 Welcomes First 3 Nominees
Support PEBA 2010Share |
©2010 Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards