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    Japino families (Japanese-Filipino mix heritage)

    Japanese and Koreans in the Philippines are among of the largest Japanese and Korean overseas homeland in SouthEast Asia, even in the world.





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    200,000 filipinos of Japanese ancestry...


    the largest oversea Japanese are in brazil in about 1-2 million I think.

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    my cousin is in japan right now.

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    222 when a Japanese or Korean walks into the room
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    Quote Originally Posted by thewalrus View Post
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    222 when a Japanese or Korean walks into the room
    Yes, the Japanese and Koreans are Gods, honestly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PimpMasterPro23 View Post
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    200,000 filipinos of Japanese ancestry...


    the largest oversea Japanese are in brazil in about 1-2 million I think.
    Yes, Brazil, US, Peru are the largest Japanese overseas homelands, but I believe the Japanese descendants in Philippines, Indonesia, Thai, Viet Nam etc in SE Asia are larger than we expected.
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    222 when a Japanese or Korean walks into the room
    The Japanese and Koreans were once long ago the same people as the Southeast Asians but now they are gods and deserve to return to rule over them. I think that's his motto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 222 View Post
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    Yes, the Japanese and Koreans are Gods, honestly.
    LOL
    @MrC @cydevil @Karasara

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    Yes, the Japanese and Koreans are Gods, honestly.
    @222 whos your favorite KPOP and Jpop artist

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    Quote Originally Posted by PimpMasterPro23 View Post
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    @222 whos your favorite KPOP and Jpop artist
    I love "Lovely", a very cute and pretty Filipina-Japanese actress.
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    South-Korea

    Most of the Koreans in Philippines are either young adults learning English or old people retiring to a good life. Two of my close friends stayed in Philipinnes for about a year or so to learn English. Vietnam has the most South Korean expatriots in Southeast Asia, however. Vietnam has about 80k, Philipinnes has about 65k and Indonesia has about 35k. If you include permanent residents, Australia comes close to Philipinnes with about 65k Koreans.
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    One of the big reasons why a lot of people like to come to the Philippines because its easy to infiltrate without much trouble from the military or police.

    With the exception of drugs, its easy for people to create underground organizations that relate to gathering intel, discussing plants without interference from the government, etc.

    Basically people are conspiring on your own backyard and we're not doing anything about it because we don't have the means of being an assertive people. A lot of the things pro's we got from colonization are over shadowed by the ever lasting con's that catered the Filipino people into a very passive push over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cydevil View Post
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    Most of the Koreans in Philippines are either young adults learning English or old people retiring to a good life. Two of my close friends stayed in Philipinnes for about a year or so to learn English. Vietnam has the most South Korean expatriots in Southeast Asia, however. Vietnam has about 80k, Philipinnes has about 65k and Indonesia has about 35k. If you include permanent residents, Australia comes close to Philipinnes with about 65k Koreans.
    I thought theres like 100k Koreans in Philippines?.. the Koreans are cool.. most filipinos likes the Koreans in Philippines... if there are 1-2 millions Koreans... we wouldnt mind. we would exchange the Koreans over other minority groups.

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