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UAE Vlogger Sends Love To The Filipinos Who Changed Their Country To A Better And Happier One

We all are familiar with it. Everybody that you talk to will tell you one thing about Filipinos, it is that they bring joy to everything they touch. They are people who find ways to still smile despite having difficulties or tragedies.

Filipinos are happy people, but you can’t really truly understand that unless you have experienced it yourself. Fortunately, there are Filipinos almost everywhere, and everywhere they go, they transform into something joyful.

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This is what a Vlogger from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Khalid Al Ameri who is a very well-spoken Vlogger who has been unemployed for 2 years already since he pursued Vlogging for full time. Along with his wife Salama, they engage with the community while doing videos all around the UAE.

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A video that he has just released captured the heart of Filipinos so much that it already got 2 million views in less than 24 hours.

In the video, he talked about how the Filipino people changed his country. He shared how in the last 62 days, he went all around UAE to meet Filipinos working in different industries.

He talked about how he met Filipinos in different aspects of life in the UAE.

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Filipinos who are technicians,

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Filipinos who are artists,

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Filipinos who work in their nuclear plants,

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Filipinos who take care of their parks,

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Filipinos in the service sector,

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And even Filipinos who are educators.

He mentioned how he wanted to thank all the Filipinos for one thing, in particular, it is by bringing their joy of life, their kindness, their ability to smile no matter what in the UAE. Ultimately making the UAE a better country.

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He even talked about the tagline of the Philippines which is “It’s more fun in the Philippines.” He said that that is the reason why he is thanking them on behalf of his country.

Watch his video below:

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