ABOUT US

CHInoyTV is a 60-minute lifestyle magazine show that tackles various topics on Filipino-Chinese lifestyle. It features people, events, sports, fashion, food and other interesting items that cater not only to Chinoy viewers but to Filipinos and Chinese Culture enthusiasts as well.

 

WHAT WE DO?

CHInoyTV is on top of mind when it comes to delivering current Chinoy trends and lifestyle featuring the latest segments that anyone can relate to.

What we do > What is expected.

 

DIVISIONS

Branches under Chinoy TV

Maximize opportunities. Reach your target Market.
CHinoy 360

Professional Chinoy Talents whenever.
CHinoy Talent Management and Development Center

For the best events you have in mind. We do it.
CHinoy TV Live!

Promoting Entrepreneurship to the Chinoy Youth.
CHinoypreneur

MEDIA

Videos and Photos

PROJECTS

WHAT'S NEW

How I Enjoyed My First Mid-Autumn Festival Dice Game Experience

It is ingrained in our human nature to celebrate bounty. Different festivals are organized by different cultures around the world to thank the gods for their rich harvests. For the Chinese, it is the Mid-Autumn Festival, also popularly known as the Mooncake or Moon Festival. This event is considered the second most important day for the Chinese after the Chinese New Year. Coincidentally, this is also the time when the moon is at its roundest and brightest, which makes it all the more special for the Chinese since the full moon symbolizes prosperity and the unity of the family. Thus, Chinese families get together, on this holiday, to celebrate their bond, worship and thank the gods for fruitfulness, and pray for the next year’s harvest. This celebration is complemented by the popular and symbolic mooncake which emulates the round shape of the moon. Based on the Chinese lunar calendar, the Mid-Autumn festival must be celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month. Patterning that on the Gregorian calendar,...

#ChinoyProfiles: Enchong Dee Talks about Being a Chinoy and His Role in Mano Po 7

In 2013, the pop-rock singer Yeng Constantino released her single Chinito that unexpectedly launched or, more accurately, boosted a craze that still burns to this day – the crowd’s, especially teenage girls of course, apparent infatuation with guys with a Chinese descent. Yeng also revealed that it was Enchong Dee who inspired her to write the song. Producers saw this as a call for a response. Hence, Enchong’s single Chinito Problems; which, to his astonishment, launched him to his dream singing career, as it eventually turned into a full album, his self-titled debut, that was launched in October 2014. Then, the rest just followed: his two-night concert, his freshly launched second album, and a handful of projects plus a business venture in between. We know him primarily for his charm and the fact that his is the face that pops up whenever we hear the term Chinito. And although that is something that he also celebrates, Enchong tells us, in this interview, that being a Chinito is so much...

#ChinoyProfiles: Chris Tiu Talks About Hosting and Juggling Opportunities

His jaw-dropping stints on court proved to be just the beginning. Now, 31-year-old Chris Tiu’s knack for taking the spotlight has gone beyond working the little brownball – juggling modelling, hosting, handling his own business, and just recently, becoming a father to a three-month-old baby girl. The New Face of Chinoy TV For the 2016 Chinese New Year, Chinoy TV proudly launched Chris as its newest celebrity host and we couldn’t miss following the Ateneo alumnus on his thoughts on the well-timed opportunity. When asked how he can bring something new to the Chinese-Filipino community, he shares: I think I can introduce my experiences from the mainstream world to the more low-key Chinese community and vice versa. For Chinoy TV, I’m excited to introduce various lifestyle and inspiring segments to the youth of today who are very eager to explore new things, such as food, travel, as well as learn from successful personalities. Hosting Inspiration Diving into the world of hosting and the media may have been something out of element for the 2016 PBA...

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