Welcome to my first ever Q&A video! I thought it would be fun to have a play on words and combine “Rach” with “chisme” to make RACHisme 😋 I had a lot of fun making this video and I hope you enjoy watching it too. I appreciate everyone mentioned in this video who sent in questions that I could answer. I wouldn’t have made this video if it weren’t for you all 💕 If you want to ask questions for the next Q&A video, just tweet me @RachelBulosan and hashtag #RACHisme. Happy First Day of Spring fam! And may this season bring you good fortune, good vibes, and good people into your life 🌷
Finally doing a what’s in my bag video again, but this time in “Filipino Edition”! I’m very sorry in advance for the cringe Tagalog… I made my boyfriend Mark watch this and help me translate — and he’s fluent in Tagalog. Unfortunately, there were many parts he didn’t understand ? I hope you enjoy this video anyway! I had fun cleaning out my bag while sharing what’s in it. Celebratory Sidenote: we reached 3,000 subscribers last Wednesday, March 15th!!!!!
Kinikilig na ako! Do you know what “kilig” is?? Even I can’t officially define it, but the Oxford Dictionary tried. We made it filipino fam, another filipino word (aside from “boondocks”) has been added to an English speak-ening dictionary!
Happy Valentines Day! Welcome to our WEEK OF PAGIBIG (also known as the “week of love”) — Filipinos are one of the most superstitious people I know. Last time I talked about filipino superstitions for showering, bathing, and hair… this time, we’re talking about dating!
Jessica MacCleary tagged me! So I’m here doing the Filipino Tag 🇵🇭 The filipino tag has been on YouTube for so long, I’m surprised I only did it now. I had so much fun filming this and answering the questions.
Tadhana is the Filipino-way of describing fate. The word actually can’t be directly translated in English, but in this video I try to explain it as much as possible so that we can better understand what tadhana is.
Hello Kababayans! Today’s episode is about the Filipino language. Did you know there’s a difference between Filipino, Pilipino, and Tagalog? There’s also hundreds of languages and dialects currently used in the Philippines.
I did it! My first reaction video to a song with a little Filipino-American Fangirl twist 😁 It’s a reaction and translation to one of my top 10 favorite OPM songs, “Sa Ibang Mundo” by Kean Cipriano and Nadine Lustre. Watch me attempt to translate it. lol.