Soon-to-be licensed pilot Ronnie Liang recently graced the celebration of 121st anniversary of Philippine Independence, June 22, in Guam. The singer-actor honored the Filipino Community of Guam (FCG) for keeping the Philippine culture alive and for their unselfish love and devotion to the people of Guam.

“I’m so happy dahil I was able to meet the Filipino community there in Guam. They were very welcoming. Dapat bigyan din natin sila ng pagpapahalaga. Tuwang-tuwa sila na nandun ako. Masaya na sila kapag may mga kababayan tayo na artist like me na pumupunta doon. Mas lalo pa akong natuwa dahil they are updated. They were asking me about my pilot course, my new songs, my upcoming collab with Sarah Geronimo,” Ronnie shared.

Ronnie added that Guam and the Philippines have a shared historical and cultural connection and the bonds of friendship and brotherhood remain strong to this day.

Very honored, he was able to talk to Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin and Philippine Consul General Marciano De Borja. 

The super busy Viva artist encouraged Filipinos to honor their revolutionary forefathers who fought, sacrificed, and died for freedom. 

His latest song “Ligaya” topped Barangay LS (GMA Network’s FM station) most requested songs. He has earned praises for his own version of the Eraserheads classic. 

Part of his album “12,” “Ligaya” is also one of the most viewed music videos on YouTube. His other latest song “ Yakap” is at number 9.

Check out his album on Spotify:

“Very grateful that people are still enjoying my music. I sing naman talaga for my audience. I want them to feel the message. I’ve been doing this for 12 years, and I am just thankful to all the people who have shown support,” he said.

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Ronnie is also excited about his upcoming concert in November with a big star in the music industry. The said concert will also serve as the singer’s 12th anniversary celebration.

He raved, “I’m so excited to perform sa concert ko. All my fans are so excited. Makikita nila yung Ronnie Liang through out the years sa concert na ito. I wanna share my music sa lahat ng taong sumuporta sakin. Bukod sa family and fans ko, wanna show my gratitude rin sa Viva, kanila Boss Vic.”

Aside from singing, he is still very much into acting. He has an upcoming movie under Viva Films where he plays a supporting role. His last film was Maria, which is now available on Netflix. He has an ongoing series Ghost Adventures airing via Sari-Sari Channel on Cignal TV and an upcoming digital collaboration and a concert with Popstar Royalty Sarah Geronimo.

Last October 2018, he also kicked off his flying career by taking a pilot course. His photo clad in pilot school uniform during a day of flying went viral last March. Because of that post, he was approached by Aviation Marketing Solutions to become an endorser. 

On becoming a licensed pilot soon, Ronnie updated by saying, “Naka-15 hour-flight na po ako. Ang private pilot license holder kailangan niya ng 40 hours. ‘Yung commercial, 150-200. Ka-careerin ko po ‘yan hanggang commercial.”

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