Victoria is a different kind of migrant worker—a graduate student pursuing a master's degree and Ph.D. in high-energy physics. She tells her story and how she hopes to use it to inspire future Filipino scientists.
F.G., a talented singer and clothing designer in the Philippines, became a victim of human trafficking when she arrived in Taiwan. She now conceals her identity for fear of retribution.
Gervae hopes to one day meet his father, so he can learn more about himself and how not to father his future children.
Carmen feared marrying a Taiwanese man when she met her husband. But the more he resembled her father, the more she fell in love.
Irwin looked forward to teaching high-school math. Now he embraces the challenge of paying a ₱700,000 family debt.
Annalou sings from the bottom of her heart, thanking God for a beautiful life, her father's example of service to the church, and five hectares of land.
After she had seen her mother die of breast cancer, Catherine heard her own diagnosis: "Kidney failure. Chronic kidney failure."
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Sonny reflects on the loneliness he felt in Taiwan, away from his wife and grandmother, and on the community he found in prayer.
Aini, a Filipina, describes her work, her daughter, and her church in Taiwan.