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@solicole made a list below of businesses to support that are Filipino owned, Janna shares the list below in her Instagram linktree.


  1. Solicole
  2. Babeyblou
  3. Tripleichelle
  4. Royalshines
  5. Mattmanalo
  6. Sheselle
  7. Pandesaii
  8. Selineabanto
  9. Louquorice
  10. Kneesandkeysart
  11. Heyyouhai
  12. Inbetweenherlines/ Tsuntsot
  13. Kenesu
  14. Rileesart
  15. Kurboi
  16. Jouache
  17. Bobbypontillas
  18. Bobbyrubio
  19. Yesmaaike
  20. Anushbanush
  21. Ampalayeah
  22. Misoart
  23. Marmastry
  24. OzumiiWizard
  25. Acaballz  
  27. Youkaishain
  28. Birdfrogdraws 
  29. Killjoymal
  30. Alythuh
  31. Single Sploot


  1. The Pandesal Place (Dallas, TX)  
  2. Tita Lorlis (Spring, TX)  
  3. All Things Ube Desserts (San Diego, CA)
  4. Street Treats (Houston, TX)  
  5. Pinoy Mochi Treats Shop (DFW, TX)  
  6. Ensaymada Project (Canoga Park, CA)  
  7. Aleng Nina’s (Houston, TX)  
  8. Marley’s Treats (Hayward, CA)  
  9. Aling Mary’s (Vancouver Canada)  
  10. Something Sweet (Georgia)  
  11. Minasa (Oahu, Hawaii)  
  12. Ubae (Honolulu, HI)  
  13. Batter Days (Carson, CA)  
  14. Creme Caramel LA (Los Angeles, CA)  
  15. Roxsweets (Washington)
  16. Hookt Doughnuts (San Francisco, CA)   
  17. Cafe 86 (Various Locations)
  18. Kaperepublik (Cerritos, CA)
  19. The Purple Jar (Northridge, CA)
  20. Hood Famous Bakeshop (Seattle, WA)  


  1. Not Your Lola’s (Dallas, TX)
  2. Hella Lumpia (Dallas, TX)
  3. Bilao (Dallas, TX)
  4. Shameless Buns (Vancouver Canada)
  5. Rachelle’s Lumpia (Seattle, Washington)
  6. Senpai
  7. Ulam (Dallas, TX)
  8. Marie’s Kitchen (Dallas, TX)
  9. Kuya Ja’s Lechon Belly (Rockville, MD)
  10. Lasa LA (Los Angeles, CA)
  11. Spoon And Pork (Silverlake, CA)
  12. Tatang (Los Angeles, CA)
  13. Lobsterdamus (Downtown LA, CA)
  14. Taste of the Pacific (Downtown LA, CA)
  15. Big Boys Kainan (Seattle, WA)
  16. Big Island Poke (Renton, WA)
  17. Tropical Hut (Kent, WA)
  18. Musang


  1. Solicole & Co.
  2. Abakada
  3. Magayon
  4. Sosyal Gal Boutique
  5. Vinta Gallery
  6. Narra Studio 
  7. Sunkissed Pinay
  8. Yingyall
  9. Alea Fabrics
  10. Hues of Rose
  11. Pinay Collection
  12. A-Crew Apparel 
  13. Sheselle
  14. Mind on Destination
  15. Tadhana Supply Co.
  16. Sarap Tees
  17. Illa Manila
  18. The Soju Softies
  19. Balik Batik
  20. PamanaTreasures
  21. Daily Malong
  22. Shop Syddie


  1. Marharlika
  2. Manuzon 
  3. Kaluwa
  4. Cambio & Co.
  5. The Moon And I
  6. Wounded Healing Art
  7. Honey My Heart
  8. Heart Made Ear Hugs
  9. Amami
  10. Narra Studio
  11. RMR Jewelry
  12. Sunkissed Pinay
  13. Jhas.Clay
  14. Made By Trixie
  15. Brwngrlz
  16. Kumikislap Co.
  17. Made by KCA
  18. Accoutrements Los Angeles
  19. Jewelry by Alex
  20. By Bettina Cecilia
  21. Hinlikha
  22. Studio Aritos


  1. Solicole & Co.
  2. Le Petit Elefant
  3. Danielle’s Papercuts
  4. Persimmon Pals
  5. Desired Stationary
  6. Aki Studio
  7. Moon Crafts Co.
  8. Single Sploot


  1. Lollie Books 


  1. Triplereichelle
  2. Bear It All Shop  
  3. Pabaylan
  4. Crafts By C
  5. Le Petit Elefant
  6. Reppin Pins
  7. Salamat Ceramics
  8. Cuddle Lump Crochet
  9. Reniel Del Rosario 
  10. Astra Meira Crochet
  11. Hanging By A Thread
  12. NariKicks


  1. Baybayindre
  2. Kristian Kabuay
  3. Kaya Style Ko


  1. Kaya Essentials
  2. Keekai Beauty
  3. Mary Elizabeth R
  4. Rosebelle Cosmetics
  5. Thatsmarilyn Cosmetics
  6. JRose Beauty
  7. Skindalous
  8. Lovebeam! Lashes


  1. Sinta Floral (Bay Area)


  1. UniPro
  2. Nafcon
  3. Filipinx Artists of Houston
  4. Sabokahan Unity of Lumad Women
  5. IKAT Voices
  6. Malaya Movement
  7. Damayan Migrant Workers Association
  8. Holistically Dope

The series trailer for Filgrimage opens with a local saying, “Welcome to the Philippines!” The excitement and eagerness of the young travelers reflect the tone of the journey ahead of them: exhilarating sights, a cacophony of sounds, sumptuous cuisine, an experience full of surprises and deep self-reflection.

Filgrimage follows eight young students who chose to spend one summer in the Philippines to nurture their Filipino roots, and to answer the question, “What does it mean to be Filipino?”

The series starts streaming on October 22 on iWant TFC on TFC IPTV, and on, and will also be seen on TFC via cable, satellite and on myxTV starting October 24.

The Roots of Filgrimage

On their website, Filgrimage is described as “a Filipino pilgrimage” and “a transformational experience that connects the next generation Fil Ams to their rich and proud heritage.” It is a project of The Filipino School. 

Take a meaningful, transformative trip with these young ambassadors on the new digital series: Filgrimage.

The Filipino School is a non-profit located in San Diego, Calif., where Filipino Americans get a chance to know more about their Filipino culture and heritage. The Filipino School was co-founded by philanthropist and entrepreneur Tony Olaes.

Olaes, who was born and raised in the U.S., reluctantly made his return visit to the Philippines in 2006 when his parents chose to move back to the homeland to retire. It was a trip that changed his life forever.

The Filgrimage Ambassadors, together with other participants in the immersion trip, help lay the foundation for a few houses at the Gawad Kalinga community in Cavite. (Photo courtesy of The Filipino School.)

Olaes said, “I was never proud of being Filipino because all I would see on American TV was bad news about the Philippines. The brand was always that people there were poor, corrupt and kidnappers.” 

Those fears of entering the Philippines quickly dissipated when he walked through a slum area and was greeted with warm smiles and hospitality. He recalls that his transformation happened in a place that is now a Gawad Kalinga village, which is also part of the Filgrimage itinerary. 

Olaes shares, “There was this automatic connection toward these extremely poor people I didn’t even know. I somehow literally embodied their pain and their struggle. It was such a profound feeling in my heart that something had to be done. I had never felt this way, ever. This is when I learned the word: Bayanihan. It means coming together for a greater purpose, and when everybody comes together, the load gets lighter, and all things are possible.”

From there, he wanted to replicate his experience to have others like him find their identity and help solve the problem he saw.

A Partnership is Born

Philippine Consul General to San Francisco Henry Bensurto, Jr. introduced Olaes to ABS-CBN Global Corporate Affairs & Strategic CSR Head Nerissa Fernandez. That introduction harnessed a shared passion for knowing one’s history and knowing oneself.

Fernandez believes that Filgrimage will challenge viewers and those who make the trip. According to her, “there can no longer be vacillation and oscillation on identity.” 

Fernandez and Olaes agree that “heroism does not happen without action.” The meaningful adventures of the Filgrimage ambassadors captured in the series must be shared with many others.

The goal of the series is two-fold: (1) to awaken the hearts of the next generation of Filipinos all over the world who would never aspire to go back to the motherland, and (2) build Filgrimage Villages for 1000 poor families through the spirit of Bayanihan (the spirit of communal unity and cooperation).

Meet the Filgrimage Ambassadors

Get to know AJ Asuncion, 16, a Junior at Olympian High School; Gabby Almazar, 19, a Sophomore at UC San Diego; Jocelynne Montehermoso, 18, a Freshman at UC San Diego; Lauren Bumatay, 19, a Sophomore at San Diego City Community College; Luis Borromeo, 24, a graduate of The Ohio State University; Riana Hernandez, 21, a Senior at San Diego State University; Ryah Hernandez, 18, a Freshman at California State University, Chico; and Tyler Jacobs, 18, a Freshman at San Diego State University. 

The ambassadors went on a soul-satisfying, life-transforming 11-day trip around parts of the Philippines that included Manila, Bataan, Clark, El Nido in Palawan, Fort Santiago, Corregidor, and Cavite.

AJ, the youngest in the group, had heard of the Filgrimage trip in the past and how it has transformed those who joined the tour. He shares that “I was most excited for who I would become after the trip, as well as reinforce my Filipino roots.”

Filgrimage Ambassador Jocelynne Montehermoso (foreground) takes a group photo with their new friends – the students at Balanga Elementary School in Bataan, in the Central Luzon Region of the Philippines. (Photo courtesy of Pia Lopezbanos-Carrion)

It was Jocelynne’s first ever visit to the Philippines and one of the main things she realized is how “bayanihan is borne within us and unites and defines us as Filipinos.” She adds, “After the trip, I felt more connected to my people.”

For Ryah, there was an awakening. She shares, “Growing up in a predominantly white school and wanting to be something I’m not, I realized that I should no longer be ashamed of my culture because it is filled with the most selfless, appreciative and humble people ever."

Transformative Trip

For many, the experience did not always start during the arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. 

For the Filgrimage ambassadors, their parents immigrated to the United States due to several factors, whether it be due to family ties in America or in search of economic opportunities, the result is still similar. A product of immigration is assimilation, and because of this many of the children are born into American culture, yearning to reconnect with a culture and people separated by thousands of miles of land and water. 

Fernandez believes that Filgrimage allows one to come full circle where Filipino identity is concerned. The experience aids in understanding the previous generations who immigrated. 

Those who make the journey begin to feel deeper appreciation for their parents who have made sacrifices; greater gratitude for their current country and its opportunities; and a stronger desire to do something in order to give back to the homeland.

Filgrimage is co-presented by TFC, The Filipino School, and Choose Philippines. The series starts streaming October 22, 2020Thursday on iWant TFC (, on TFC IPTV, and on

Filgrimage will also be seen on myxTV and on TFC Cable and Satellite starting October 24.

“It’s important for me to be able to do whatever I want to do”. - Saweetie, talks her upbringing, future plans and revelations on this episode of My Motto, a myx original series.


Diamanté Quiava Valentin Harper, known professionally as Saweetie, is an American rapper. After the release of her debut single, "Icy Grl", she was signed to Warner Records. She released her debut extended play, High Maintenance, on March 16, 2018 and since then has reached the top of the Billboard charts with hit singles, "My Type."

Below is Saweetie's single "Tap in" featuring Too Short. Text Saweetie at +1 (510) 250-3890

Watch Saweetie's mom share an embarrassing story from my childhood over her favorite Filipino foods adobo, lumpia & sinigang on a recent episode of her YouTube vlog series, "The Icy Life."

Watch her full interview with DannieBoi LIVE on myx below where she talks about her Lola's (Grandmother) "ma'arte" nickname growing up.

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