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Did you miss TGFM’s old issues? Subscribe here to have it delivered to your doorstep


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Did you miss The Global Filipino Magazine’s (TGFM) previous issues? Did you know that you can still get a free digital copy of it and subscribe to them to have its print edition delivered right to your doorstep? 

TGFM has now launched an online portal where to purchase the magazine. 

While it’s free to read the digital copy, readers can also subscribe for long-term periods. 

Check our old issues below:

Volume 1 Issue 1: Philippine Ambassador to the UAE Amb. Hjayceelyn M. Quintana a ‘true global’ Filipino role model

Volume 1 Issue 2: ‘Kapit Bisig’ and ‘Bayanihan’ prevail among OFWs in Middle East during Covid-19 pandemic

Volume 1 Issue 3: ‘Change has really come’ Returning OFWs all praise for President Duterte

Volume 1 Issue 5: Not even Covid-19 can stop this cargo: Send hope and love home

Volume 1 Issue 6: Coral Perfumes: Filipinos most trusted perfume brand in the UAE

For 1-month subscription, click here.

For 3-month subscription, click here.

For 6-month subscription, click here.

For 12-month subscription, click here.

After paying for the subscription, just send the proof of payment on WhatsApp +971 54 455 0355.

Order now and have it delivered to your doorstep!

Free for FI students

Students of the Filipino Institute will be given a copy of the magazine for free.

According to Filipino Institute Founder and President Gabriel John Rimando, incoming students will be handed with the magazine for free.

The community magazine has a yearbook section, featuring students who have graduated under the Filipino Institute.

However, those students who want to have the monthly issues delivered to their residence may subscribe on the links above.

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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