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Look What Did The Filipino Nannies Do To A Malaysian Heiress!

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Filipinos are known as hard working, kind-hearted, patient and loving people. That is why the other countries would love to have Filipino employees. Just like a story of a Malaysian heiress who was taking good care by Filipino nannies during her childhood. 

Shirley Maya Tan share her extraordinary, but a very inspiring story published by inquirer.net. In her interview, she stated how her life was totally changed by the people around her, especially her Filipino nannies. She admitted that she was a spoiled brat in her younger years. She was always bullied by her nannies because of her bad attitude. But instead of hating her, she felt the true love and care of her nannies. That they even covered her when her dad wanted to hit her. 

Also with the help of her teacher, Tibetan Buddhist Tsem Rinpoche, she learned so much that changed her whole life and be a better person. Before, Shirley was facing a problem on what type of car to buy, (Porsche or Ferrari), thinking of these luxurious things without even realizing how the other people work hard to feed themselves.

“I realized: I had everything but I was the poorest person in the world, because all I had was money. I didn’t have anything else,” Shirley said.

The 47-year old Malaysian is now a community builder of Enchanted Farm in Angat, Bulacan. It is a Gawad Kalinga community that helps Filipino children in their studies by providing the things they needed. Shirley was inspired by the love of her Filipino nannies the reason why she decided to help Filipino children.

“I was abusive and mean but they were always so sweet. They were always there to tie my shoelaces, feed me breakfast, pick me up from school. They would even shield me with their own bodies when my father tried to hit me. I build them like hell, but they would still love me. I guess it's karma, and now I’m reversing it. The most meaningful way for me to pay them back is to adopt Filipino children and give them the opportunities they deserve, so that maybe they won’t have to leave the country, It’s very personal.” Shirley recalled.


The Malaysian woman is also a blogger and a writer. She posted a blog how the Philippines makes her a better person. It was titled “How the Philippines Taught Me To Love Malaysia".



Sources: TCF / Inquirer

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