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The Sini-Gang are pinoys depicting a slice of Filipino-American life in Virginia Beach, VA via a weekly, light-hearted Podcast. We discuss anything and everything, and we call 'em as we see 'em through our Filipino-American eyes. Don't take us too seriously though, we don't.

May 4, 2006

Download Episode 48 here

warning: a small dose of our singing can be harmful to your ears...

The Show Notes
judging a contest...rituals...helping break ups...choices...a big branch...angels...making friends...the pound...fez...gamma's lame jokes...asian stereotypes...national anthems...teaching in song...

Filipino Word of the Day : kanta - song, to sing

Links



"So Sick - tagalog remix" by Sevenes, Mike Mercado, and Chrisaa
 

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Markito
over sixteen years ago

For some more what if\'s......

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/4954856.stm

another great episode btw...

jaydj
over sixteen years ago

Right on the dot Obi... when I was listening to this podcast while in traffic, I was trying to recall the lyrics for the English version of Lupang Hinirang.. and all I could remember was \\\"Land of the morning... child of the sun returning\\\" and that was it. But I do agree that the Philippine National Anthem has a catchy and marchable tune... good for parades. Cool ep guys ! Kudos !

Soni Token
over sixteen years ago

My Ears!

Soni Token
over sixteen years ago

How about The Sini-Gang book of the month.


Great show guys.... & guy!!!

obi
over sixteen years ago

There was a english version of the \"Lupang Hinirang\". Its called \"Philippine Hymn\". This was used during the American colonization in the 1920\'s. It was translated from Spanish to english by Senator Camilio Osias and an american, Mary A. Lane. This was legalized to be used by an act in the Philippine Congress of 1938. While I was going to school in the Philippines, we learned how to sing it in english and it was actually pretty decent sounding. You can go this site and read the lyrics in english and tagalog:

http://philippines-archipelago.com/symbols/anthem.html

As a school kid in the Philippines, there is a flag ceremony every morning at 7am before school starts. This was mandatory and no one is exempted.

Obet
over sixteen years ago

Great show guys and guy. Your momma is so dumb, she doesn\'t know what podcasting is. LOL.