Japanese Guy Volunteers at Duterte’s Kitchen

As Duterte’s Kitchen, a soup kitchen for the poor, gains popularity, more and more people go there to drop off their donations or help out. One of the soup kitchen’s most recent volunteers was someone that certainly surprised a lot of people – he’s a Japanese guy!

Staunch Duterte supporter Mocha Uson did a live Facebook video to share the story of the Japanese guy who went with them to feed the community that suffered from a recent fire. The Japanese whose name happens to be ‘Choco’ came to the country to specifically help out.

He and the others in his group not just helped in Duterte’s kitchen but also visited some orphanages and other facilities to help.

Screenshot from video by Mocha Uson Blog / Facebook

Truly, this is a good man who knew how to help those in need – but he wasn’t finished there. When asked to share his experience in the Philippines, Choco asked his fellow Japanese to donate whatever they can to help the less fortunate people in the Philippines.

To send the message more clearly to his fellowmen, Mocha asked Choco to speak in Japanese – and he readily did so.

Mocha’s followers (who are mostly Duterte supporters, too) commended the Japanese guy for his help and wished that other Filipinos (particularly Duterte critics) would also be like him – instead of simply finding fault in the president’s style of governance, they should just focus their energy and resources into something useful such as volunteering at Duterte’s Kitchen to help feed the needy…

What can you say about this?


Buti pa ang ibang lahi tumutulong pero ang bleeding hearts ngawa lang ng ngawa. Panay plano pa para pabagsakin ang bansa. Haaaay naku.

FOR FULL VIDEO- https://www.facebook.com/Mochablogger/videos/10154951817256522/

Posted by MOCHA USON BLOG on Friday, December 30, 2016

What is Duterte’s Kitchen?

Duterte’s Kitchen is a soup kitchen located near the MRT station between Farmers Plaza and the Social Security System Building in Cubao, Quezon City. It serves free food to street children.

This soup kitchen does not received direct funding from the government but had help with Duterte’s political party, PDP-Laban, as well as from volunteers who are all supporters of the president.