SulyaPinoy is the newsletter published by FEWA (Filipino EPS Workers Association) in South Korea. They have been publishing information about the Filipino community in Korea and news that affects the lives of Filipino workers here. Its current Editor-in-Chief is Jack Rusl, himself a Filipino community leader. He was a past President of FILIPOS (Filipino Photographers in South Korea).
This month’s issue of SulyaPinoy features the story of “The 601 HABIT” ~ a group of Filipina women where I proudly belong 😀 The feature on the group is written by moi! Another story is about Jasmine Lee, the Philippine-born Korean assemblywoman. Her story is written by Wendy Palomo of My Rocking Cradle.
Aside from the said features, you can also find information on the new Philippine Ambassador to South Korea who replaced Ambassador Luis Cruz, current wages of workers in Korea, events and policies, and of course, literature.
You can download an electronic copy of SulyaPinoy from Jack Rusl’s website. You can also view his portfolio ~ he’s a very good photographer.