2 Responses

  1. Lesley Lewis
    Lesley Lewis March 10, 2015 at 8:10 am |

    Thank you so much for a great web site. I truly enjoyed reading the postings
    of ATCK’s have one cultural running through as a theme combined with others.
    I have been working in this field for many many years – continue to find the topic
    fascinating and more.

    Lesley Lewis

  2. Konrad
    Konrad October 4, 2015 at 2:28 am |

    Many Filipinos do not have connections to their roots, because there really is no Filipino culture. Not in the common sense. My children are half German and half Hiligaynon. We have spent years in the Philippines. I, the German father, speak Tagalog fluently, am a Permanent Resident, worked and paid taxes in the Philippines, and taught my children Filipino culture.

    But there really is not much here salvageable. There is a reason 5,000 Filipinos leave EVERY DAY. I also fully understand why my wife never teaches the kids anything about her culture. I have a lot of bad to say, but I will hold my tongue. Needless to say, my salary in the RP was about 150 Euros a month. And we were scammed and robbed nearly weekly there. Just like all the murders during election time. Some things about Filipino “culture” are very unhealthy.

    For thousands of years now Western culture really is the best.


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