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Living Asia Channel

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Living Asia Channel

Living Asia Channel is a 24-hour Asian travel and lifestyle channel, the first Philippine-made to air in North America. It showcases the best of Asian destinations, finds, culture, cuisine, fashion, people, business, issues and investment opportunities in the Philippines and Asia. This channel is owned by CCI Asia Group and operated by CCI Asia Television.

In Asia, Living Asia Channel is available through the communications satellite Agila II of Mabuhay Satellite Corp. (MSC), which has a C-band footprint encompassing Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Hawaii.

Living Asia Channel is seen in 1-hour blocks in PinoyCentral TV (PCTV) through The Filipino Channel (TFC) Direct!. PCTV is available in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific. In the Asia Pacific region, PCTV is seen in Cambodia; Guam; Hong Kong; Japan; Indonesia; Singapore and in Sydney, Australia.

Living Asia programs are also available 24/7 over IPTV through live video streaming on and through video-on-demand through Images Asia on ABS-CBNNow!, an ABS-CBN Interactive service.

Living Asia Channel is available in Cable Operators: SkyCable Channel 113 (Digital) (Metro Manila), Destiny Cable Channel 88 (Analog), Channel 113 (Digital) (Metro Manila), Dream Satellite TV Channel 11 (Nationwide), Cignal Digital TV Channel 30 (Nationwide) and other affiliate cable stations within the Philippines.


  • CHInoyTV
  • Travel Guide
  • Cuisine Asia
  • Art Asia
  • Asian Specials
  • Windows
  • Celebration
  • Our Asia
  • Trade Asia
  • Glimpses

External links

  • Official website
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