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

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WHAT'S NEW

The Best Instagram Apps and Filters According to Laureen Uy

Two weeks ago, we shared with you a list of the 5 Chinoy Fashion Bloggers that you need to follow. Because of your great feedback, we thought that it might be a cool idea to create a series featuring posts and tips from these bloggers that you might also like! Because Laureen Uy is at the top of our list (based on the number of her Instagram followers), we traversed her YouTube channel to hunt for the gem that can jump-start our series; and we thought that her video on the Best Instagram Apps and Filters can do the job. If you’re an Instagram superstar or fashion blogger wannabe, you might find her tips useful. We bet it’s time for you to up your Instagram game, revamp your feed, and make your photos so worth the double-tap just like Laureen’s. *** You may have wondered what makes Laureen’s photos bright, clean, and fresh. At first, it looks like her photos were taken with an expensive, professional camera; but it sure...

Tips for Learning Mandarin Chinese

It is said, “Language and culture are two sides of the same coin.” You may boast of knowing a lot about a certain culture, but if you can’t claim to be immersed in its language, you might still be missing out. So, if you find yourself interested in knowing more about and of the Chinese culture, we thought that you might use a little help in making your way through its language. We asked Sidney Christopher Bata*, Director of the Ateneo de Manila University Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies**, to give us a few tips. — Most people are convinced that learning Mandarin is trickier and more challenging than any other language. For this reason, some become too intimidated to even try. When asked what advice he could give to people who need to overcome this, Sidney shared what he constantly tells his students: It is not hard, it is new. He also stressed that learners need to know that it is a foreign language. And it being...

How to do the Smokey Eye Makeup if You Have Chinita Eyes

Let me name a few of the classics: that little black dress, white sneakers, charm bracelets, leather watches; the list goes on. When it comes to make-up, though, apart from that “red lip classic thing that [he] likes”, there’s the smokey eye trick. And although it’s hard to do, girls are just plain crazy about it. No wonder the internet is brimming with tutorials on it. Chinitas, however, find a little trouble keeping up because most of the how-tos available do not cater to girls with Chinita (or hooded, as most people call it) eyes. Fortunately, Tina Yong, an Asian Makeup goddess based in Sydney, Australia, have heeded our plea and posted a tutorial that got a whopping 2 million views! Now, to make it even easier for you, we’ve created a step-by-step guide, based on that tutorial, to achieving your look to the next party. Read up and thank us later!     Step 1: PRIMER If you want to keep your smokey eyes from smearing, apply a...

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