How long will it take to fulfill your dreams?
For the comedian Pokwang there is no target time to reach your goals, as long as you do all the best you can, it’s already fulfilling.
Pokwang’s dream of becoming a restaurant owner is about to come true.
The comedienne shared they are already on their way to building their own restaurant in Antipolo. Pokwang said, “Sa Antipolo kami muna. As much as possible ‘yung may parking (space). Bibilhin ko pa lang (‘yung lupa). Nagne-negotiate na kami.”
Pokwang, who also worked abroad, added that she is dedicating her upcoming business to all the OFWs.
“Kasi marami rin akong followers abroad ‘yung mga OFW siyempre alam natin na na mi-miss nila ang pagkaing Pinoy. Gusto ko na ‘yung pag-uwi nila sa Pilipinas isa ‘yon sa ilu-look forward nila na pumunta sa place namin,” Pokwang said.
“Kailangang positive ka, sabi ni God. So next year po talaga ang target namin, mid-next year,” she added.
She added she is keeping her hopes and faith high for it to be successful. Pokwang said, “Kailangang positive ka, sabi ni God. So next year po talaga ang target namin, mid-next year.”
It would come as no surprise that Pokwang’s daughter, Ria Mae, will be a huge part of their restaurant business. Last year, she graduated with a degree in Culinary Arts from Enderun Colleges.
Not to be underestimated, Pokwang sure knows a thing or two about Filipino cooking. Her “hugot” cookbook entitled, “Patikim, Pokie!” got nominated in the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards, as one of the best cookbooks of 2017.