Posted: 10/29/2013 in Entertainment, Family Entertaiment


This coming December, 2013, a revolutionary new reality show CHINOY STAR KA NA (Chinese: 菲律宾达人秀) will come on stage. This show aims to further strengthen the camaraderie between the Chinese and Filipino communities, as well as help develop new stars in the entertainment industry.

In celebration of its 3rd anniversary, Chinoy TV, together with the Confucius Institute at the Ateneo de Manila University, its co-presenter in many events for the past three years, is working with Vehnee Saturno Music Training Center, Star Records, the Association of Chinese Filipino Schools in the Philippines, and the Federation of Filipino Chinese Alumni Association Inc. to present CHINOY STAR KA NA. Through this show the organizers would like to bring about the best reality television experience for our viewing audience, and also promote multiculturalism in Philippine mainstream society, particularly among the young Chinese-Filipinos.

Five established figures from both the music industry and the Chinese community will form the judging panel for the entire competition. This competition is open to both Chinoys and non-Chinoys, ages 16 to 25 for the male category, and 14 to 23 for the female category, who can sing Mandarin, English, and Filipino songs. They will undergo an audition that would take place on November 10, 2013, 1pm at the Lucky Chinatown Mall. The Top 25 will be chosen during the audition and the Top 10 will then be trained in singing, personality development, Mandarin, etc. for the subsequent rounds of the competition. The competitors will then be trimmed down to 9, with one person eliminated per week. The Top 5 will then enter the final round of competition on January 31, 2014 (Chinese New Year’s Day). The winner will receive a recording contract from Star Records, as well as an original music composition courtesy of Mr. Vehnee Saturno, among other prizes!

To join, you may pre-register through the following:

  1. Chinoy TV website (, FB fanpage (/chinoytvofficial), or main office (Unit 1124 Tytana Plaza, Oriente St. Binondo Manila)
  2. Confucius Institute in Ateneo de Manila University, Makati or Loyola Campuses
  3. Various Filipino-Chinese schools (to be announced)
  4. Various collegiate Filipino-Chinese organizations (DLSU Englicom, ADMU Celadon, UP-CSA, UST COMACH)
  5. Lucky Chinatown Concierge

The debut episode for this show will be aired on Chinoy TV this December 1, 2013.

“CHInoy TV” is the only Filipino Chinese television show that features Chinese heritage and how it harmonizes with the Filipino culture. It is committed to promote both cultures by featuring Filipino-Chinese lifestyle to its viewers and it is the only show that caters directly to the Filipino-Chinese community.

The show features about successful Chinese personalities, establishments, fashion, travel, entertainment and other happenings surrounding the Filipino-Chinese community. CHInoy TV airs every Sundays at 10:30am on Net25 with replays on Tuesdays 11:00pm and Saturdays 10:30am.






When i heard about Chinoy TV, the first thing in my mind is a question? I ask myself “ is this a Chinese Channel that i used to watch back then when i was a child.

But then again i said to myself, if this is the channel that i used to watch! Then today Chinoy TV is now hitting the Filipino Chinese market.

During the Media Launch at Ramada Hotel in Binondo, Manila City a group of 3 Boy Band perform on the stage in 3 different language “ Tagalog, Mandarin and English “ and they performed well. I never thought that they can sing fluently in mandarin language.

And now Chinoy TV is a reality show that will expose soon the talent of each chinoy, and that we can say that chinoy is now a level of excellence. 


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