Friday, March 19, 2010

POC Buhay Pinoy: The Gypsy Life of a Magtia-tiangge

I met Mang Ver, a hardworking entrepreneur who makes a living by putting up a tiangge (bazaar) from town to town.  His gypsy way of life is very interesting. Please come and read his story here.


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9 comments:

sheng said...

Hi rach, nice story there!

Lynn said...

Thanks for this story... it took me back to my childhood somewhat, lol.

Ebie said...

I love it when people try to make an honest living. This man has a lot of courage and ambition. Good luck to Mang Ver.

P.S. Of course, I still remember you. But I miss your blogging and your Yohanism. Praises to your top notch chef!

I hope to can come back to blogging often.

Hugs!

Alice Teh said...

Thanks for the link, Rachel. I read the tiangge story and it's interesting!

Realliveman said...

What an interesting story! Thanks for sharing Rachel!

the donG said...

i hope that more will also be inspired by his story. so good of you to feature him here.

Kia said...

Interesting story, thanks for sharing the link, Rachel! Big hugs & happy day!

Cascia said...

That is a very neat story.

Thanks for stopping by Healthy Moms and leaving us a comment.

Have a wonderful Wednesday!

lagal[og] said...

Very interesting facet of tiangge living. I'm glad your stories are finding a wider audience Rach

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