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    Default Let's give it up for the Filipino wave

    First : Charice Pengpenco, just released "Pyramid" and is only going to go as far as the industry will allow her to go (backed by David Foster I believe she will hold the crown of the world's youngest grand diva)


    Second : Arnel Pineda, lead singer for Journey, just continuing his old job of covering Journey songs however this guy is so versatile he sings everything from John Farnham to Heart ("Alone"). Unlike Charice he's in the prime of his life, hopefully as a 40+ year old rookie he can give us some amazing hits to come.


    Third : The greatest boxer I have ever seen, Manny Pacquiao, so good he must be illegal. Have watch every fight and he just keeps embarrassing everybody. I truly think he can give middleweight (160lbs) a run for his money. Hope he continues to be humble as newly elected congressman in the Phillipines, but we all know his playground is in the ring.


    Other Filipinos to watch?

    Ah..this girl is cute...

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    I don't know other, but lets clap for Manny. Regardless of his nationality he made Asian proud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRSAMO View Post
    Other Filipinos to watch?

    Ah..this girl is cute...

    Ah, Sandara Park of 2NE1... She's technically Korean, even though she've lived in the Philippines for the most of her life...

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    Default Re: Let's give it up for the Filipino wave

    Quote Originally Posted by commonjunks View Post

    I don't know other, but lets clap for Manny. Regardless of his nationality he made Asian proud.
    Ah, Many Pa-chiow!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbit6003 View Post
    Ah, Many Pa-chiow!!!
    I never watch boxing with this much interest before but i really like how humble is this guy.
    Last edited by commonjunks; 2nd December 2010 at 10:38 AM.
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    Default Re: Let's give it up for the Filipino wave

    That's why I think its time to acknowledge their contribution. I've been to a lot of places in Asia including the backroads and I see a lot of Filipino performers, they work hard.

    Manny is inspiring, I wonder if he ever watched Hajime no Ippo before his matches lol
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