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1986 was the year that marked the foundation of the Philippine Community in Berlin. It was also the same year that saw the victory of the Filipino people against a 20-year running dictatorial and repressive regime in the Philippines, popularly known as the “EDSA People’s Power Revolution”. The economic plight in the Philippines led many Filipinos to go abroad to richer countries. Germany became one of the favorite destinations, where incoming Filipinos were given a rather favorable treatment and very promising incentives. Tracing 30 Years Philippine Community Berlin, the early Filipinos who came to Berlin found themselves in a uniquely different situation. Cover and Theme

The Migrant Features:
 
"Bayernallee": A Place in the Sun for Word in Other Words   Mga Mahal na Kababayan, Maligayang Berlin ist schön
Pinoys in Berlin by:   Pasko at Manigong Bagong Taon! by:
by: Vincent Valiente Fr. Jun de Ocampo, SVD   Amb. Millie Sta. Maria-Thomeczek Imelda Jahl

NOON AT NGAYON...

Historical visit of Cardinal Antonio Luis Tagle in Berlin 1-2 August 2016.   be inspired more

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On the occasion of 30 years Philippine Community in Berlin, a two-day grand celebration: Talento and just having great FUN.

Volleyball championship round: the PH Embassy Staff vs. the Beckies. The winning team: the PH Embassy Staff. read more

The Philippine Community Christmas 2016 event held in Bayernallee was a joint celebration on the occasion of the birthday of Veron Bönsch, President of the Pastoral Team. What makes Christmas significant in our community?

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    First of its kind since the start of the Philippine-German diplomatic relations 60 years ago, Jingky Lozano-Kühne and Maria Renee Juan-Wolff, both Filipino scholars, have written a comprehensive 91-page orientation booklet to guide kababayans during their stay in Germany.
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