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OFW children pay tribute to their parents abroad

by | Entertainment

Dec. 13, 17 | 3:20 pm

Two Kapuso actors have teamed up with fellow OFW children to pay tribute to all OFW parents across the globe in a new online music video of the hit song ‘Anak’.

The music video which was produced by Bench shows participants across 14 countries, singing their version of the song in different languages to create a video that tugs on the heartstrings of anyone who’s ever had a family member work abroad.

Among them are Kapuso actors Rocco Nacino and Max Collins who shared that the challenges of growing up away from their parents.

Despite this, they said that the distance between them and their parents has molded them into the person they are today.

“It’s bringing back a lot of emotions.

I feel very appreciative of (my parents), being there for me.

“My dad would be the breadwinner, but he would always find time to play with me,” GMA News quoted Nacino as saying.

Meanwhile, Collins whose mother worked as a store manager in Los Angeles also shared her piece.

“My mom is amazing… siya yung tumayong nanay at tatay ko,” says Collins. “It was difficult living abroad, just the two of us. We didn’t have the support that a family should give you, so I missed that family presence… medyo malungkot because we were far from our roots.”

The actress admitted that she had never get a chance to meet her father.

“My memories of us in the States were all of her working…

“I will never forget the times I tried to stop her from going to work,” Collins said.

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COVID-19 recoveries among health workers in PH now over 1,000

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