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MEPinoy Guests

It has been said too many times, guestbooks are usually included in a website for posterity. Filipinos, who are known for their hospitality, would definitely appreciate this posterity. Filipinos in the Middle East will love to hear from you all.

Name: Nomel I. Gilongos
Location: Cebu City, Philippines
Homepage _Address: http://www.geocities.com/nomel
Message:Mapalad pa rin ako sa aking pagpunta sa Gitnang silangan sapagkat kahit paano ay maganda ang aking napasukang kompanya pero hindi ko maaaring ipikit ang aking mga mata sa napakaraming kuwento ng paghihirap at kalungkutan ng ating mga kababayan lalo na dito sa Saudi Arabia. Nagpapasalamat pa rin ako sa Maykapal sapagkat nauunawaan ng aking pamilya ang sakripisyo ng pangingibang-bayan at hindi nila ako binibigyan ng alalahanin. Anupaman, tayong mga OFW lang ang puwedeng magtulungan dito sa Gitnang Silangan. Mabuhay ang OFW's!

Name: ALLAN S. SABADO
Location: Baliwag, Bulacan, Philippines
Homepage _Address: http://www.mepinoy.com
Message: Im working here in Saudi Aramco in Al-Khobar I am in need of freind.

Name: Freda Editha O. Contreras
Location: Kuwait
Homepage Address: http://www.suite101.com/welcome.cfm/overseas_filipino_workers
Message: Maganda itong webpage na inumpisahan ninyo. Halos pareho ang ating adhikain - na bigyan ng pansin ang katotohanan tungkol sa dumaraming Pinoy na nangingibang bansa. Sana’y maging matagumpay ang ating mga pangarap at adhikain sa buhay. Mabuhay tayong mga Pinoy sa Middle East at sa lahat ng mga ibayong bansa na kanilang pansamantalang tinitirhan.

Name: rommel
Location: California,United States
Homepage Address: http://www.cavite.org
Message: Hi: I am very impressed with your website especially the status of the filipinos in the Middle East particularly Riyadh. As I was reading the news especially in Bath'a,I felt happy and sad. I have worked in Riyadh under the Ministry of Defense and Aviation for 11 years. I was based in Florida and my boss in Daytona Beach had a Saudi Engineering Company venture. I always visit the places that you have mentioned in your column about Riyadh,from Diraiyah,to Malaz Park,to Wazir and Bath'a. Still the same activities of the filipinos,but though I dislike some of the stuffs when I was there,I loved my stay and my good earning job pulled my family's economic situation up and stabilized,The hardships and sacrifices that our countrymen is experiencing deserves real commendation. The sacrifices that we had by working away from family in a very different country and environment deserves reward not only from the family but from the government of the Republic of the Philippines. We the "OFW" are playing an important role to uplift the diving economy of the Philippines and the government officials or agencies should and must give some special treatment to the Filipino workers when they return for vacation. You have a cool and nice,very informative site and hope that you can visit our website too one day. God Bless and to the FILIPINOS IN RIYADH SAUDI ARABIA and other cities in the Middle East,May God keep you safe you always and kudos to the good work. Alhamdulillah!

Name: Larry A. Leyva
Location: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Homepage Address: http://www.mepinoy.com
Message:NICE SITE

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Lagi kayong susulat sa mga mahal ninyong nasa Middle East ha?

Para sa mga Pilipinong nagtratrabaho sa Gitnang Silangan, wala na sigurong sasarap pa kaysa makatanggap ng sulat o tawag mula sa Pilipinas. Ito ang pinakamalaking responsibilidad ng mga nasa Pilipinas upang gawing madali para sa kanilang mga mahal na nasa Middle East ang makapag-adjust. Kung hindi nila ito naiintindihan, huwag na silang magtaka kung bakit maraming Pilipino ang hindi nagtatagumpay sa Middle East.