Mimiyuuuh dreams of bringing parents to Japan and Singapore

by Nikko Tuazon
Sep 11, 2021
Mimiyuuuh dreams of bringing her parents, Tatay Amadz and Inay Bheng, to Japan and Singapore: "Na-enjoy ko po ang Japan, Osaka. Siguro doon po muna kami and Singapore. I love Singapore. Yun pa lang po kasi napupuntahan ko so doon lang po kami makakapili."
PHOTO/S: @mimiyuuuh on Instagram

Mimiyuuuh has a new dream that she wants to fulfill for her parents: for them to experience a vacation abroad.

She revealed this in an exclusive interview with PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) last August 17, 2021, which was hosted by PEPSI #HitSaSarap via Zoom.

She said, "Gusto ko po ma-experience nila mag-travel. Goal ko po iyon nung 2020, kasi 2019 po ako nag-start so no’ng 2020 meron na po akong ipon.

"So parang gusto ko po ma-experience nila mag-travel kasi ako po, I super enjoy travelling po.

"Kaso ayun nagka-pandemic, and I just hope po na maging okay na lahat para ma-experience naman ng parents ko na makapag-eroplano."

Asked where she plans to bring her family once the pandemic is over, Mimiyuuuh jokingly answered, "Ok na po ako sa Baguio [laughs]."

Turning a bit more serious, she continued, "Wait, na-enjoy ko po ang Japan, Osaka.

"Siguro doon po muna kami and Singapore. I love Singapore. Yun pa lang po kasi napupuntahan ko so doon lang po kami makakapili."

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Mimiyuuuh has been steadily fulfilling her dreams for her family.

In September 2020, she was able to give her parents their own home. Months later, she was able to buy their first family car.

Although she has big dreams for her parents, Mimiyuuuh said she also has some things on her own bucket list that she hopes to cross out in the next five years.

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She said, "Ako siguro po, own a house for myself, more business, more money, and more projects."

MIMIYUUUH RECALLS FAMILY'S BATTLE WITH COVID-19

In the same interview, Mimiyuuuh recalled how her family battled and won against COVID-19. The experience made her realize how short life is, and motivated her to work hard to fulfill their dreams.

The 24-year-old content creator first opened up about her family's ordeal with COVID-19 through a vlog posted on YouTube last May 13, 2021.

Both of Mimiyuuuh's parents, Inay Bheng and Tatay Amadz, suffered from COVID-19. Her mom experienced severe symptoms like pneumonia and shortness of breath, and had to be hospitalized. Thankfully, both of them recovered from the deadly virus.

Mimiyuuuh said, "Shinare ko sa vlog ko yung na-experience ng parents ko with COVID and grabe sobrang devastating po.

"Sobrang nakakatrauma po yung experience kasi first time ko po na may isinusugod sa hospital na family member, first time po sa amin.

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"And super thankful po ako kay God and sa mga tumulong po sa a99min na naka-recover po kami.

"Narealize ko po talaga na 'kaya all' naman po talaga lahat ng binibigay sa atin na mga struggles. Ibinigay iyan sa iyo because you can conquer it.

"Sobrang thankful na lang din po ako na we are slowly getting back dito sa bahay. We are going steady na po."

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Mimiyuuuh dreams of bringing her parents, Tatay Amadz and Inay Bheng, to Japan and Singapore: "Na-enjoy ko po ang Japan, Osaka. Siguro doon po muna kami and Singapore. I love Singapore. Yun pa lang po kasi napupuntahan ko so doon lang po kami makakapili."
PHOTO/S: @mimiyuuuh on Instagram
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