For greener pastures, Filipino migrants to Australia endure a lot of sacrifices. All for that better future, we are leaving behind our family, our communities, and, of course, our daily routine.I mean, what’s a day’s worth without Sir Anton and Andengs ligawan in “A Love to Last“ or Cardo’s fight against crime in “Ang Probinsyano“. The Filipino Teleserye Culture is here to stay. But how do we get these worthwhile dramas in AustraliLuckily, the network giant ABS-CBN is offering this option for you.The Filipino Channel or “TFC” is a cable, satellite, and IPTV service that connect your home television to a 24-hour on demand streaming portal for your favoriteKapamilya Shows.As you can watch your shows on demand, no more rushing for that noontime show “Showtime” or waking up early for daily staple “Umagang Kay Ganda“. Some providers even offer streaming of past shows and a secret karaoke option for that truly Filipino experience.But more than just a VOD provider, TFC aspires to solidify Filipino ties. This media shows relevant content for the homesick OFW or their second-generation Filipino children abroad. Ultimately, preserving Filipino culture.TFC allows the migrant Filipinos to still be connected to the happenings in the Philippines, either on trending news, showbiz, or current events. It binds a strong community that, instead of feeling isolated, made anywhere in the world their Filipino country.Certainly, TFC is a social glue for the OFWs and for future generations to come. And here is where you can get one:If you are from another country or having problems in locating a dealer, try looking for your dealerhere.
Leandro Eclipse is an entrepreneur who loves to travel. He believes in garnering multiple Location-Independent Sources of Income. Because if you are going to work anyway, might as well do it while exploring the world. Self-proclaimed foodie and tech geek. Follow him on Twitter @MikoTheEclipse.