Testimonials

People love compliments, and we here at FilipiKnow are no different. After all, feedback–regardless if it’s positive or negative–is what keeps this website running. Got anything to share? Please let us know. Here’s what some of our loyal readers are saying about FilipiKnow:

 

“Just wanna say great blog! It gives me some fascinating and amazing trivia about the Philippines/Filipino. Keep it up! Also sharing some entries on social media.” – Nico Beato

 

“This type of website content is different from other Filipino made website that are posting and riding to the fame of viral topics/videos that they do not own.” – Jomer Cabrera

 

“Gusto ko lang po magpasalamat. Salamat at mabuhay po kayo at mga tao sa likod ng inyong pook-sapot!” – Nina Tolentino

 

“I’m a regular visitor to your website and I find the lists, historical facts and other tid bits extremely fascinating, many of which I haven’t read so much about. Your site is very informative and useful as an online source and also a place to learn a lot about the country, especially through aspects and stories that are more often than not, overlooked by many Filipinos today.” – Joaquin Alonso

 

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I am a student from the University of the Philippines in Diliman and I would like to commend your works in your FilipiKnow website. I just discovered your website and I am hooked ever since. Thank you sir for your works for this helps us youth to trace our past and appreciate it more.” – Lyalee Tiongson

 

“I am a regular reader of your site. I want to thank you for all the interesting facts you shared. It is very helpful for us, students especially me, a broadcast communication student from PUP.” – Gene Ace Sapit

 

“I recently found your Filipiknow site and I wanted to tell you how much I love it. Your articles are interesting and well-researched. Thanks for citing your sources and further reading references.  Thanks for the hard work you do on your website. You are creating a treasure-trove. – Joseph Sampson

 

“I would just like to extend my deepest appreciation to all of you; your articles are fascinating! I am a 16-yr. old Filipino student and because of your website I have discovered a lot of things I have previously not known regarding our country. – Roland Cartagena

 

“I just want to say that I like your articles. Your articles are well researched and written with great precision. I hope that you will continue on writing awesome articles. God bless to your whole team.” – E.J. Valguna

 

“Thank you very much for your efforts to gather information which many Filipinos and foreigners either do not know or have long forgotten. Our posterity now would have access to these data that hopefully would further enrich their knowledge and lives…information that would have been inaccessible had it not been for your dedication. Again, from the bottom of my heart…thank you.” – Beth Bradley

 

“As someone who grew up and studied abroad, I am not well versed about the happenings in the Philippines in the past, as knowledgeable when it comes to trivia, etc. Growing up in the States, I know more of American history by heart than Philippine history. Recently discovering your website, I was able to brush up on my Philippine history and found the articles compelling and interesting. Please continue what you’re doing. Can’t wait to read more! So that people like me who grew up abroad learn more about the place I now call home.” – Lloyd Mendoza

 

“Your site has made me realize how very little I know of our own country’s unbelievably fascinating past and sadly, some of those are not even historically correct. Luckily though, with your articles, I now have the chance to somehow catch up.” – Xan Hermoso

 

“Thank you so much for creating the blog. In a time where capitalist western culture is prevalent in the youth, the fresh, witty, and thought-provoking articles and even “listicles” from FilipiKnow tells me that Filipino Pride is not dead but is just sporting a new look. An undercut, hipster glasses, and a Team Manila shirt, maybe.” – Janelle Manzano