- One Japanese man is making a difference for the Badjao in Cebu as he became their "true hero"
- He traveled from Japan three years ago to understand the life of the ethnic tribe in the Philippines
- Not only that, he fell in love with a Badjao girl and now living with her and their child
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Hiromu Matsuda, a Japanese, came in the Philippines three years ago to feed his curiosity of the Badjao tribe.
In a documentary made by Koichi Kuwabara posted in his Facebook account, he said that he saw how biased the Filipinos with them.
10 years ago, Badjao in Cebu are living with catching fish.
But as the modernization came in the City, Badjao have no choice but to beg for them to have something to eat.
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Why? Because of the garbage in the waters that kills the fish.
Hiro made a stand and brought the issue in Japan through social media.
And with that, he got helped from Japanese people with a total of P800,000.
With this, he started to make a living for the Badjao and created jobs for them.
Hiro hired them to build guests house for tourists and organize tours for the Japanese people.
Not only that, Hiro also found the love of his life with a Badjao girl and now living with her and their child.
For Hiro, it is hard but it is not impossible.
The said video of Kuwabara gained over two million views in FB!
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