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TGFM’s second issue now out; 15 OFWs share ups and downs while working abroad


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The second issue of The Global Filipino Magazine is now out and has already been printed. 

For the latest edition, the magazine focuses on the ‘heroes’ that have been playing bigger roles in helping their kabayans. 

‘Kapit Bisig and Bayanihan Prevail Among OFWs in Middle East During Covid-19 Pandemic’ is the headline of the second issue. 

The Global Filipino Magazine – Vol. 1 – Issue 2

I always believe that arriving at one goal is the starting point of another. Words I’ve written here will not suffice to thank all the individuals and groups who have supported and trusted The Global Filipino Magazine which aims to champion the greatness of the Filipinos across the globe through quality writing and give inspiration to those people who need their spirits to be uplifted.

Apart from highlighting the Filipinos who are actively helping their countrymen who were terminated and on a no-work-no-pay arrangement, the magazine also features 15 Filipinos overseas who are carving their names and rasing the Philippine flag internationally. 

For May’s issue, the stories of the following personalities have been published on the magazine: 

1. Mark Joseph Guevarra

2. Atty. Barney Almazar

3. Vagelyn Tumbaga-Pacio

4. Charles Rollon

5. Amy Miranda

6. Junie Sorsano 

7. Enrico Cardoniga

8. Donell Gumiran

9. Shereen Ahmed

10. Wendell Mandocdoc

11. Roy Lance Japor

12. Jonathan Paul Aggarao

13. Gimmarie Bassig-Reyes

14. Engr. Bernardo Allayban

15. Abdulhamid Omar Bandon

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Ryan Namia
Ryan Namia spends most of his days reading over drafts of new written content and determining which ones make the final cut for online and print publication. He received his Bachelor's degree in Journalism in 2015 and has been writing since 2016. Got story to tell? Email him at

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