'Langga' [lang.gâ.] means 'Beloved' in Ilonggo/Hiligaynon, one of the gazillion Filipino dialects. Raising a family as Filipino expats in Dubai is not as simple as it may seem. Join show hosts, Apple and Jeric Defante, for downright honest conversations and full-packed laugh marathons as they share about family, faith and everything in between!
I was not able to attend this live so I had to watch in the group. This session was informative as it gave us a structure in starting our a VO career. From making a reels, knowing your rate structure as well as protecting your work via a contract o…
It's been a challenging time for me juggling between this program and time with family. Nevertheless, it's a blessing to be able to catch up even if I was not able to join the session live. I also appreciate our team on following up with me especia…
Day 2! Being an audio enthusiast myself, I was looking forward on attending the first session in the morning which focused on the the equipment and tools used in the VA world. We were given a run-through on how to use softwares like Audacity and A…
Wife, Nanay, Catholic
Apple is an Ilongga by blood, raised in Dubai since 1989, and in the Catholic Lay community life with her family through Couples For Christ since the early 90s.
A panganay of 5 siblings, she is now a Nanay to Joseph and Zelie and a wife to Jeric.
A lover of good books, good food and good music, but more than that, a beloved of the ultimate "Langga".
Husband, Tatay, Catholic Brewer
Jeric is a Laguna native who started his Overseas Filipino life in Dubai in 2011.
He also serves as the Feast Builder of Feast St. Mary's Dubai, a prayer gathering of the Catholic Lay community, Light of Jesus Family. However, his true passions lie in his love for his family as a husband, father and a home brewer which he also documents through his personal brand, Brewther Jeric.