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Aicelle Santos sings to OFWs in HK for Independence Day

/ 01:14 PM June 12, 2019

Soul-pop singer Aicelle Santos offered tunes to the overseas Filipino workers’ (OFWs) community in Hong Kong recently, in celebration of the Philippine’s 121st Independence Day.

Aicelle Santos

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“Isang karangalan ang handugan kayo ng mga awitin aming mga nanay, ate, tatay at kuya sa Hongkong. Saludo kami sa inyo!” the singer said via her Instagram post on Saturday, June 9.

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(It is an honor to offer you songs, our mothers, sisters, fathers and brothers in Hong Kong. We salute you!)

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Isang karangalan ang handugan kayo ng mga awitin aming mga nanay, ate, tatay at kuya sa Hongkong. Saludo kami sa inyo!🙏 Pagpalain ang inyong masisipag na kamay, mabubuting puso at inyong mga pamilya sa Pilipinas! Mabuhay kayo!🙏 #Kalayaan2019 #PAHK #PAL

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“Pagpalain ang inyong masisipag na kamay, mabubuting puso at inyong mga pamilya sa Pilipinas! Mabuhay kayo! #Kalayaan2019 #PAHK #PAL” the Kapuso talent added.

(God bless your hardworking hands, good hearts and your families in the Philippines. Long live!)

Aside from Santos, actresses Bela Padilla and Kim Chiu also celebrated with fellow Filipinos abroad.

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Padilla and Chiu were in New York on June 2 to join a parade and fashion show in line with Philippine Independence Day. JB

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