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Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast: a Filipino Pinoy Podcast

Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast is a Filipino Podcast in the Cebuano language. They talked about anything under the sun, like Family, Tradition, Filipino Society and Culture in the Bisaya language. So what are you waiting for? Download the Pinoy Podcast in the Cebuano language or dialect – Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast....more
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    1. Filipino Tears for the Power of Onion in the Philippines

    The Philippines is known for its vibrant culture, beautiful scenery and tasty cuisine. However, while many are familiar with the delicious flavors of Filipino cooking, few understand the complexity and resilience behind it. Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast episode “Filipino Tears for the Power of Onion in the Philippines” uncovered an interesting phenomenon - why onion price has become so expensive yet remains an integral part of Filipino cooking. Through their journey to understand why onions are so crucial to Filipinos, they have revealed how this humble ingredient can stir up memories and emotions, even when onion prices are high. Listen to Barok and Takya as they explore the power of onion, and learn why Filipinos tear and remain resilient despite challenging times. 

     

     

    The Price of Onions

     

    In their Filipino Bisaya podcast episode, Barok and Takya discussed how onions have become increasingly expensive over the past few months due to poor harvests, market forces and natural disasters in significant farms in the Philippines. The result? Filipinos now pay triple or even quadrupled the price for onions compared to before these disasters occurred. Yet, despite this high cost, Filipinos continue to use onion as a critical ingredient in their cooking because of its powerful flavor profile and ability to bring out other ingredients’ taste.

     

    The Power Of Our Culture 

     

    Despite these hardships, it is remarkable how Filipinos have managed to stay connected with their culture through food. In spite of rising onion prices, Filipinos are still finding ways to make delicious meals with whatever ingredients they can get at affordable prices. Barok and Takya remind us that even in hard times, we can come together to enjoy a meal full of love and emotion. We should recognize this strength and ingenuity as a testament to our culture’s ability to persevere through difficult times!  

     

    Resilience During Hard Times 

     

    Barok and Takya also remind us that resilience is essential during challenging times like these. Many Filipinos have found creative solutions so that they can continue enjoying meals with friends and family without breaking the bank. From using alternative ingredients like shallots instead of onions or making spring onion dishes—Filipino cooks prove time and time again that they are capable of overcoming any obstacle in order to provide meals full of flavor, love, and emotion! 

       

     

    Conclusion:

     

    Barok and Takya’s episode has opened our eyes to why onion is so costly right now and to how resilient Filipinos are when faced with challenges—especially when it comes to mealtime! They remind us that even when things seem harsh, we can still find joy in cooking delicious dishes with whatever ingredients we have available, stirring up memories along the way! We should be grateful for our culture’s ability to persevere through hard times—it is truly inspiring!

     

    We’re so grateful that you took the time to listen to our Filipino podcast in the Cebuano language, and we hope you enjoyed it. If you did, please subscribe to our YouTube channel – Bisaya Podcast. This motivates us to continue recording new episodes filled with exciting topics, humor, and, most importantly, inspiration. Salamat bayan for supporting Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast.

    Jan 29,2023 23:20
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    2. Luxury Brands: Words can Mean Differently to Everyone

    In today's world, especially on social media, it is easy for anyone to say and comment on what they want, even if it hurts another person's feelings. We've all seen viral stories where someone has been bashed online for their choices or beliefs, but this recent story of Zoey and her Charles and Keith bag has struck a chord in many people. On their Filipino Bisaya podcast episode "Luxury Brands: Words Can Mean Differently to Everyone," Barok and Takya will explore what Luxury means to them.

     

    What is a luxury to one person may not mean the same thing to another person. In Zoey's case, her parents gifted her the bag from Charles & Keith, which was precious and meaningful to her even though it wasn't as expensive or well-known as other luxury brands like Gucci, Louis Vuitton or Dolce & Gabbana. Each person has a unique perspective on what Luxury means to them, and that's part of what makes life so interesting. We all come from different backgrounds, have experienced other things in life, and have different perspectives on what matters most—including our idea of Luxury. 

     

    Barok and Takya believe that Luxury isn't just about expensive brands; instead, its personal definition depends upon the individual. For some people, owning a Chanel or Ralph Lauren is considered luxurious—but that doesn't mean those items are inaccessible or unaffordable for others. Ultimately, Luxury should be celebrated from different perspectives—no one should be shamed for not having enough money to buy a particular brand or item.

     

    In their topic discussions, Barok and Takya also talk about how these luxury brands are subjective—their meaning may change depending on your background, culture, experiences etc., which makes it so much more special than just being able to purchase something expensive. They want to emphasize that everyone can experience Luxury in different ways; you don't have to buy exclusive designer items or products in order to enjoy a luxurious lifestyle!

     

    Conclusion:

     

    Barok and Takya hope that after listening to their Filipino Bisaya podcast episode "Luxury Brands: Words Can Mean Differently To Everyone," people will better understand what Luxury means beyond expensive brands. They believe that everyone should be able to define Luxury as something special and unique based on their own individual perspective, like happiness, rather than relying solely on material possessions or financial wealth as criteria for measuring success or affluence. After all, true wealth lies in your mindset rather than your bank balance!

     

     

    Thank you for listening to the Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast. It means a lot that you took the time out of your day to listen to us babble on about whatever topic we decided to rant about today. We appreciate your support and hope our Filipino Pinoy podcast in the Bisaya language can be a source of entertainment, knowledge, or both when you need it. If you have suggestions for future topics or feedback in general, please don't hesitate to reach out to us via social media or our website. Have a great day, bayan!

    Jan 20,2023 30:49
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    3. The Pressure on Filipinos that Nobody Talks About Christmas

    It's the most wonderful time of the year! That's what we all like to think, but for many Filipino families, there is an invisible pressure that comes with Christmas. In a recent Filipino Bisaya podcast episode from Barok and Takya, this unspoken pressure was discussed by these two Pinoy podcast hosts. Let's explore why so many Filipinos feel overwhelmed during the holiday season, from Ninong and Ninang (Godparents) to Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs or OFW Pinoy). 

     

    The Challenges Faced by Ninong and Ninang (Godparents) During Christmas 

     

    Barok said that for many Filipino families, it is customary for godparents (Ninong and Ninang) to give gifts to their godchildren on special occasions such as birthdays or even Christmas. Unfortunately, this custom has placed a lot of financial pressure on many godparents who struggle financially themselves but still feel obligated to give gifts or offer financial support in other ways. To make matters worse, there is a perception of shame if godparents do not fulfill these obligations, leaving them even more stressed.  

     

    The Challenges Faced by OFWs During Christmas 

     

    On top of that, according to Takya, many OFW Pinoy struggles to send money back home during the holidays as they are already working hard to provide for their immediate family's needs. Therefore, they must prioritize appropriately and make tough decisions when it comes to who gets the money first - their family members or extended family members. This often results in guilt, stress, and anxiety among OFWs as they try to make sure everyone is taken care of during this special time of year. 

     

     

    Conclusion: 

     

    As you can hear from just this brief discussion between Barok and Takya, there is much more going on behind the scenes than meets the eye when it comes to Christmas in the Philippines. It's important that we continue having conversations like these to gain insight into how our fellow Filipinos feel during this special time of year. Christmas may be filled with joy for many people. Still, it can also be a stressful period for those who are struggling financially or physically unable to be with their families due to work commitments overseas or other reasons. We should all take a moment this holiday season to acknowledge the difficulties faced by our fellow Filipinos both at home and abroad so that we can better understand how we can come together as one community in spite of our differences. Let us strive towards creating an environment where everyone feels supported regardless of their circumstances - that way, and we can all enjoy the true spirit of Christmas together! Maayong Pasko bayan!!!

     

     

    We appreciate you taking the time to listen to our Filipino Pinoy podcast in the Cebuano language. We hope that through our episodes of the Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast, you were able to learn more about Filipino culture. We are on a journey to learn more about ourselves, and we invite you to follow us along as we continue to explore what it means to be Filipino. Please subscribe to our Youtube channel - Bisaya Podcast, so you can join us in this movement of promoting Filipino culture and pride. We appreciate your support,

    Dec 23,2022 27:10
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    4. Barok and Takya: Living the Tradition of Simbang Gabi

    From the moment we are born, traditions shape and define our lives. Every culture has unique rituals, celebrations, and beliefs that bring people together and create a sense of belonging and community. One such tradition is the Simbang Gabi—a popular Filipino Christmas tradition—which Barok and Takya explore in their Filipino Bisaya podcast episode. Barok and Takya explore what makes this traditional celebration so unique and how it brings joy to Filipinos all over the world.

     

    What is Simbang Gabi?

    Simbang Gabi is a nine-day religious event in December leading up to Christmas day in the Philippines. Each morning from December 16th through December 24th, Filipino Catholics attend dawn masses (known as simbang gabi or Misa de Gallo) held at their local churches or chapels. The mass is usually followed by a Feast Day, where people gather for food, drinks, and Christmas carols. It's truly a joyful occasion!

     

    Why is Simbang Gabi important?

    Simbang Gabi has been celebrated since the 16th century when Spanish friars introduced it to Filipinos—and it's still practiced today by millions of Filipinos around the world. It is an essential part of Filipino culture because it symbolizes hope and faith during difficult times. The nine days of Simbang Gabi remind Filipinos that they are never alone; they have family members who will be there for them no matter what life throws their way.

     

    How do you live out this tradition?

    For Pinoy podcasters, Barok and Takya, living out this tradition mean attending their local Simbang Gabi ceremonies each year with family members and friends, praying together for peace and harmony throughout the world. They also talk about how they start each ceremony with a traditional song called "Ang Pasko Ay Kay Saya", followed by carols like "Christmas in Our Hearts", which fill them with warmth and happiness during this cold breeze of December. 

     

    Conclusion:

    Traditions can be your anchor when times get tough, no matter where you come from or how far you've traveled from home. For many Overseas Filipino Workers living abroad, celebrating Simbang Gabi is one way to stay connected to their roots while bringing joy into their lives during this particular time of year. So why not take some time out of your day to listen to the Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast about this beautiful celebration? You might find yourself inspired by its timeless message of hope and faith!

     

    We're so grateful you've taken the time to listen to our Filipino Pinoy podcast in the Bisaya language. We hope you'll continue to follow us as we explore more interesting topics. Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast is a labor of love, and it's only possible because of listeners like you. So if you enjoy our content, please subscribe to our YouTube channel – Bisaya Podcast and follow us on social media and our website - barokandtakya.com. We appreciate your support! Thanks for listening, bayan!

    Dec 16,2022 19:08
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    5. Kwentong OFW Pinoy in Saudi Arabia: Never Giving Up

    Glenda has worked as an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW Pinoy) in Saudi Arabia for almost two years. She left her two children in the Philippines so that she could provide them with a better life. It's been a tough road for her, but she's never given up. In this Filipino Bisaya Podcast episode, Kwentong OFW Pinoy in Saudi Arabia: Never Giving Up - we'll hear Glenda's story and learn about the struggles and determination of being an OFW.

     

    Leaving her two children was the hardest thing Glenda ever had to do. But she did it for their future. She wanted to give them a better life than she had. "It's hard work being an OFW Pinoy. But it's even harder away from your kids," she says. "I sometimes cry when I think about them. I miss them so much."

     

    Despite the challenges, Glenda has never given up. She knows that her sacrifice will be worth it in the end. "I'm doing this for my children," she says. "I want to make sure they have a bright future." 

     

    What Can We Learn From Glenda's Story in our Pinoy Bisaya Podcast episode - Kwentong OFW Pinoy in Saudi Arabia: Never Giving Up? There are several lessons we can learn from Glenda's story. First and foremost, our dreams are within reach as long as we never give up on them. Despite the challenges faced by OFWs, they continue working hard because they know that their sacrifices will eventually pay off. 

    Second, even in tough times, our loved ones will always be there for us. One of the things that help Glenda get through tough times is knowing that her kids are waiting for her back home. They provide her with the motivation she needs to keep going. Finally, helping others achieve their dreams is one of the most rewarding things we can do. By sharing Glenda's story in the Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast, we hope to inspire other OFWs who might be facing similar challenges."

     

    Conclusion: 

    Glenda is just one of the many unsung heroes in our world. The struggles and determination of an OFW Pinoy in Saudi Arabia is an inspiring story about a mother's love for her children and her determination to provide them with a better life. If you're feeling down, remember Glenda's story in our podcast and be reminded that there is always hope. Things will get better if you never give up on your dreams.

     

    Are you a fan of the Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast? If you're looking for more content from your favorite Bisayan couple, you can do a few things to ensure you get more of what you want. First, subscribe to their Bisaya Podcast on their website barokandtakya.com, so you never miss an episode. Second, follow Barok and Takya on social media to stay up-to-date on what they're up to between episodes. And third, if you want to show your support, leave a 5- star review or rating for the podcast on your favorite listening platform. By taking these simple steps, you can ensure that you always have access to the latest and greatest from Barok and Takya. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and start spreading the word about the Bisaya Cebuano podcast around!

    Oct 24,2022 53:12
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    6. The Types of Friends and How They Spice Up Your Life

    Have you ever stopped to think about the different types of friends in your group? Barok and Takya did, and they had a lot to say on the topic! In their latest Bisaya Podcast episode, these Bisaya vloggers discuss the different types of friends in the group and how they each add their unique flavor to the mix. So if you're looking for an entertaining and insightful conversation about friendship, this is the episode for you!

     

    Barok and Takya explore the different types of friends in the group and how each one contributes something unique. They use the analogy of spices to explain how different types of friends can make the group more attractive. Barok says that, just like with herbs, too much of one kind can ruin the dish. He encourages listeners to find a balance of different types of friends (higala) so that everyone can enjoy their company. 

     

    Takya shares her insights on friendship and how she values her friends (higala), who is always there for her. She says these kinds of friends are like family to her, and she would do anything for them. She also talks about how important it is to have friends who challenge you and push you to be better. These friends help you grow as a person, and she is also grateful for them. 

     

    Barok and Takya's conversation about your group's different types of friends is both entertaining and enlightening. It's a great reminder that we all contribute something special to our groups of friends. So take a moment to appreciate all the different kinds of friends in your life - after all, they make life more interesting! Thanks for listening to us today, and we hope you tune in next time for more great conversations with Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast.

    Oct 09,2022 39:57
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    8. A Glimpse into the Ber Months in the Philippines

    In their latest Bisaya Podcast episode, Barok and Takya talk about the Ber Months meaning in the Philippines. For Filipinos, the Ber Months—September, October, November, and December—are a time of celebration. This is the time of year when Christmas preparations begin and the excitement for the holiday season builds. But what about the Ber Months in the Philippines makes them so unique? Let's hear the Pinoy podcast in the Bisaya language - Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast.

     

    A time of preparations

     

    Barok and Takya talk that in the Philippines, the Ber Months are a time when Christmas preparations begin in earnest. Houses are cleaned from top to bottom; lights are hung, and trees are decorated. It's a time of excitement and anticipation as everyone looks forward to the holidays.

     

    A time of family gatherings

     

    For Barok, another particular element of the Ber Months is the planning time for family gatherings during the Christmas holidays. During this time of year, families from all various places will come together to celebrate the pre-planned Christmas parties and family reunions. This is also a time when families living apart have an opportunity to reunite and catch up with one another. The Ber Months provide a chance to plan for families to create new memories and strengthen their bonds with one another.

     

    A time of reflection

    Finally, Takya also says that the Ber Months are also a time of reflection. As we reflect on the past year and all that has happened, we can't help but feel grateful for our blessings. We may also use this time to set goals for the upcoming year. The Ber Months offer us a chance to pause and reflect on our lives and what we want to achieve in the future. 

     

    Conclusion: 

     

    The Ber Months in the Philippines are a particular time of year for Filipinos. It's a time when families come together, preparations for Christmas begin, and reflections on the past year take place. What's not to love about that? So if you're lucky enough to be in the Philippines during the Ber Months, be sure to soak up all the magic! Listen now to the Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast, the Filipino podcast in the Cebuano language and hear what the fuzz is all about.

     

    Please check out Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast Episodes at their Podcast  Slider Carousel for more content if you like their topic. You can find their Bisaya Podcast topics on PodbeanGoogle PodcastsPodchaserApple PodcastsSpotify and Audacy. It would mean a lot to us if you could give us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or the Podcasts Apps of your choice so other Bisaya kababayan could find us easily on the Podcast Space, or you could refer us to your friends through word of mouth. Thank you, bayan, for your continued support of Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast, the Pinoy Podcast in the Bisaya language. Let's return to our roots by listening to and learning the Bisaya podcast of Barok and Takya.

     

     

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    Sep 04,2022 55:47
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    9. Why Not Tell the Truth? The Surprising Reasons People Lie

    In today's society, it seems like lying is becoming more and more commonplace. Whether it's to avoid getting in trouble or to make ourselves look better, we often lie without even thinking about it. But why do we do this? Is there a reason that compels us to hide the truth? This Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast episode: Why Not Tell the Truth? In the Surprising Reasons People Lie, we look closely at the surprising reasons people lie and what motivates them to do so. We also explore the effects of lying on both the individual and society as a whole. 

     

    In their Bisaya Podcast episode, the reasons given by Barok and Takya are surprising and may cause some to rethink their previous assumptions about why people lie. One reason for not telling the truth is that it can be used as a form of self-protection. This is especially true in cases where the truth could be used against someone or where it could lead to them being hurt in some way. In other cases, people may lie to avoid conflict or to make others feel better. However, lying can also have negative consequences, causing distrust and further deception. As Barok and Takya point out, sometimes the truth is more important than protecting ourselves or others from hurt feelings. When we choose to tell the truth, we show that we are capable of trust and integrity.

     

    So if you're curious about why people lie, give this episode a listen! And if you enjoyed the episode, please consider sharing it on social media or with your friends. And don't forget to subscribe to the Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast, the Filipino podcast in the Cebuano language, so you never miss an episode.

     

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    Aug 28,2022 40:55
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    10. Kwentong OFW in Kuwait: The Struggles and the Triumphs

    OFWs often feel isolated and alone, especially when they're thousands of miles away from their families. 

     

    OFWs are the unsung heroes of the Philippines. They are some of the most hardworking and resilient people in the world. They face challenges and struggles that most of us can only imagine daily. But they don't give up. They keep fighting for their families and their dreams. They leave their families and homes to work in foreign countries, often in difficult and dangerous conditions, to provide a better life for their loved ones. Yet, they are often invisible - distant family members only hear about the good times, the remittances that help to pay for school fees and put food on the table. But Filipino OFW also face many challenges, as our guest, Juna Langgam explains in this Kwentong OFW episode of Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast. From homesickness, isolation, and missing out on important family events, OFWs sacrifice a lot for their families. But they also gain strength and resilience from their experiences, as Juna describes. Her story is an inspiration to OFWs everywhere. They are strong, determined, and passionate people who deserve our respect and admiration. Thank you, OFWs, for everything that you do!

     

    Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast provides a powerful platform for OFW Pinoy to share their stories and experiences. This Kwentong OFW episode offers much-needed insight into the lives of OFWs and will hopefully inspire others to support them. Thank you for listening!

     

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    Jul 18,2022 44:50
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    11. The Unique and Colorful Culture of Filipino Election

    Barok and Takya of the Bisaya Podcast recently did an episode on the Unique and Colorful Culture of the Filipino Election. They discussed how the Philippine election is different from elections in other countries. For one, campaigning is a lot more personal in the Philippines. Politicians go door-to-door to meet voters and shake their hands. They also give gifts, like food and clothes, to people they meet. Barok and Takya also talked about how money plays a significant role in the Philippine election. Candidates spend a lot of money on advertising, and they often give gifts to voters in exchange for their votes. Finally, this Bisaya Podcast episode discussed how the Philippine election is unique because it is so colorful. There are parties and celebrations everywhere, and people are very passionate about their candidates. Barok and Takya's discussion of the Unique and Colorful Culture of the Filipino Election was very informative and gave listeners a better understanding of how the Philippine election works.

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    May 07,2022 50:29
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    12. Barok and Takya: The Observance of Holy Week in the Philippines

    The Observance of Holy Week in the Philippines is a time-honoured tradition passed down from generation to generation. Every year, Filipinos flock to their local churches to attend mass, participate in processions, and observe the traditional customs associated with this holy week. For many, the Observance of Holy Week is an essential part of their faith and identity. However, there were also several superstitions and activities that some people found controversial. In this Bisaya Podcast episode, Barok and Takya talk about the Observance of Holy Week in the Philippines, the superstitions surrounding it, and the activities during this time. As they discuss these things, it becomes clear that the Observance of Holy Week is a complex and multi-faceted tradition that means different things to different people. Whether you are a devout Catholic or simply someone interested in learning more about this unique aspect of Filipino culture, this episode will give you a better understanding of the Observance of Holy Week in the Philippines.

     

    What do you think about the Observance of Holy Week in the Philippines? Do you have any traditions that you observe during this time? Let us know in the comments below!

     

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    13. The Filipino Super Sabaw: The Best of the Philippines

    There are many different Filipino ulam with sabaw famous throughout the Philippines. One of the most well-known is the Filipino Sinigang. This dish is made with various meats and vegetables, and it is often served with rice. If you're looking for a delicious and hearty sabaw na ulam to try, be sure to check out the Super Sabaw episode of the Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast! You will surely crave more soup after listening to these Pinoy podcast hosts!

     

    Other Filipino ulam with sabaw include Special Bulalo and Tinola. These are typically served with rice and are usually eaten for lunch and dinner. If you're looking for a dish that will warm your soul, be sure to try out one of these Filipino soups!

     

    The best part about these dishes is that they are all effortless to make. So if you're ever in the Philippines and want to try some authentic soup dishes, be sure to head on over to a local carinderia! You won't be disappointed!

     

    Barok also reveals that his favourite Super Sabaw is the Beef lauya, and in this episode, they also talk about the different Filipino ulam with sabaw. So if you're ever in Iligan City, be sure to check out Barok's other favourite Super Sabaw called Beef Halang-Halang! what is so fuss about this soup? Tune in and find out!

     

    Takya also introduces her favourite soup dish - the Chicken Tinola and Chicken Halang-Halang with Gata. This soup is perfect for those cold rainy days and will warm you up from the inside out! So if you're looking for a new sabaw na ulam to try, be sure to check out this episode of the Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast!

     

    And that's it for this week's episode of the Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast! Be sure to tune in next week for another brand new episode. In the meantime, why not check out some of our other episodes? You're sure to find a dish that will tantalize your taste buds!

     

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    Feb 05,2022 34:30
  14. 14. My Eskwela Officers of Filipino Students

    Do you have a funny story about your school classroom officers? We all know that voting for class officers is a big deal in My Eskwela classroom, but it can also be stressful.

     

    This episode: My Eskwela Officers of Filipino Students - Barok and Takya discuss the different types of officers being voted in their classrooms. They also share some funny stories that happened to them because of these officers. Bisaya vloggers Barok and Takya also discuss the different types of officials you might see in your classroom and what makes them funny or awesome. You'll learn about Class President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and more! If you want to know what they are talking about, then listen on!

     

    Our witty banter entertains you as we talk about the different kinds of Pinoy student officers you'll encounter every day. We hope you enjoy listening to us as much as we enjoyed recording it for you! Don't forget to subscribe so that you can get more episodes, as this one is delivered right into your feed. And if there is any topic or person (student or teacher) that you would like us to talk about next time, feel free to drop us a line at https://barokandtakya.com/contact/ See ya later!

     

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    Oct 01,2021 32:29
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    15. Why Korean Drama is Popular in the Philippines

    In this episode, Barok and Takya share their thoughts on why Korean drama is Popular in the Philippines. They discuss how Filipino appreciate watching these telenovelas as part of their daily routines. For Barok, Korean dramas are fresh compared to Filipino drama. The script is somewhere intriguing and has a smart twist, and will leave you hanging at the end. Takya, on the other hand, seems to acknowledge this, and that's why Korean shows are getting accepted on Filipino entertainment today. Takya compares that Filipino drama is all about Loveteams. That is why the influence of Korean drama in the Philippines has skyrocketed.

    How about you bayan, why do you think that Korean drama is so prevalent in the Philippines? Download and listen to Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast, the Pinoy Podcast in Bisaya language.

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    Mar 07,2021 33:36
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    16. What are the Creepiest Filipino Mythical Creatures

    What are your creepiest Filipino mythical creatures? Are Filipino mythical creatures real? In this episode, Barok and Takya will share some of their thoughts on their top lists of these mythical creatures in the Philippines discussed on their podcast.

     

    Filipinos love their horror stories told by their great ancestors which these stories have remained passed from generations to generations. They are so invested in listening in to these Pinoy mythical creatures stories. Until now, Filipinos creative imagination about this Philippine folklore creatures is still playing back into their minds.

     

    In this topic, Barok shares one of his creepiest mythical creatures about the "Sigbin". The tale said that this is a half-goat and a half-dog that runs very fast in the opposite direction. When he was a kid, he remembers after watching a movie or soap opera from another "barangay", he sometimes goes home by himself and always teases by his friends that a" Sigbin" is already waiting for him in the bush. He is so scared that he remembers running so fast that he nearly dies from a heart attack.

     

    Takya, on the other hand, shares her thought about the wandering spirits that are called" kaluluwa" or" kalag" in Bisaya language. She remembers that these are the souls that have not yet crossover into another life. Takya tells that these souls have not, however, accepted their passing and warned their love ones about the danger or person committed his death.   

     

    Filipinos have so many stories about these mythical creatures. For them, this is a culture that has brought since time, and it still exists today, these are always believed mainly in the rural provinces of the Philippines where technology has not yet developed.

     

    Join Barok and Takya on their topic discussion and learn to listen to Bisaya language about these Filipino Mythical creatures and tell us what you think of bayan. Participate in the debate by commenting below if you have experienced or encounter some of these mythical creatures in the Philippines.

     

    Have you experienced them bayan? Are Filipino Mythical Creatures real? Do you believe in them? Comment below and tell us about your story bayan.

     

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    Nov 28,2020 35:51
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    17. Pinoy Snacks

    What is your favorite Pinoy Snacks bayan? Do you remember the snacks you always buy during the recess hour at school? We Filipinos just love to eat. We eat these snacks during the morning and afternoon around 3 pm. Whether this is a sit-down type or the grab-and-go variety, we all know that we need to have that energy to be fuelled off. We inherited this type of meal from during the Spanish period called "Merienda." Join and listen to Barok and Takya as they share their favorite Filipino Snacks that will surely leave you hungry in this episode.

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    Aug 16,2020 52:06
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    18. Filipino Beliefs

    What are your beliefs or "tinuohan," Bayan? Do you recall them? Do you believe in them? Filipinos have so many beliefs they embraced from their grandparents or ancestors. It is part of people's value systems and cultures in the Philippines. These beliefs are based on old practices, religions, customs, and traditions. In this Episode: Filipino Beliefs, Barok and Takya will share some of the "tinuohan," their grandparents told them when they were young.

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    Jun 27,2020 47:22
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    19. Pinoy Tough Times

    How are you dealing during this pandemic crisis bayan? We hope you are doing well and safe. In this episode of Pinoy Tough Times, Bisaya Podcast hosts, Barok and Takya talks about how Filipinos are living and surviving during this pandemic times of COVID19. They also speak about how Social Distancing and Social Isolation from the community and livelihoods are affecting their daily lives.

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    May 03,2020 45:00
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    20. Probinsya Life

    When was the last time you visited your Probinsya? Do you live in the area where you get to enjoy and explore the beautiful sceneries? The simple life that we used to live a life full of contentment. In this episode, Barok and Takya share their holiday experience as they spent most of their time and days in their “Barrio.”

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    Feb 18,2020 36:20
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    21. Pinoy Christmas Spirit

    What is the best thing about Pinoy Christmas? Join us in this Episode: Pinoy Christmas Spirit as Barok and Takya share why Filipino Christmas is different from other countries. Barok and Takya share their thoughts on what to expect during the Christmas Season.

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    Dec 21,2019 34:42
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    23. Pinoy Fiesta

    What is your favorite Pinoy Fiesta bayan? Do you celebrate the Filipino Fiesta? Find out on this podcast episode as Barok shares his thoughts on why Filipinos have to celebrate this festival while Takya remembers back her old barrio on how she would prepare for this big celebration.

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    Oct 28,2019 34:33
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Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast: a Filipino Pinoy Podcast

Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast is a Filipino Podcast in the Cebuano language. They talked about anything under the sun, like Family, Tradition, Filipino Society and Culture in the Bisaya language. So what are you waiting for? Download the Pinoy Podcast in the Cebuano language or dialect – Barok and Takya Bisaya Podcast.

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