Ariel Rivera’s “Sana Ngayong Pasko” Featured in Dragonpay’s Heartwarming Christmas Short Film

Christmas is all about reconnecting with the ones closest to your heart. In this season of love, Dragonpay, one of the leading alternative payment solutions providers in the Philippines, has teamed up with music artist Ariel Rivera to kick-off the Christmas season with a heart-wrenching short entitled “Sa Piling Mo” (In Your Arms).

“Sa Piling Mo” tells the story of a maid longing to reunite with her son this Christmas. Long-distance hinders, until one unexpected incident pulls them back together.

 

The award-winning singer brings back his signature Christmas song “Sana Ngayong Pasko” (I Wish This Christmas) with a new, touching rendition exclusively for the short, which everyone can watch on this link:

 

In addition, you can watch the music video for Ariel Rivera’s new rendition of “Sana Ngayong Pasko” here:

 

“We at Dragonpay want to capture that Christmas celebrations are more than just the material things or the gifts under the Christmas tree, but of the simplest things money can’t buy, such as the small reunions with your family and the hearty, sentimental conversations that comes along with it,” said Mr. Robertson Chiang, Founder and Chief Technology Officer for Dragonpay.

 

“We are thrilled to have Ariel Rivera and his beautiful song “Sana Ngayong Pasko” as part of our Christmas celebration. One of Dragonpay’s testaments is to make the seemingly impossible things possible and convenient for all, thus our mission for this Christmas: to make #AnythingForYou a reality,” he added.

 

ABOUT DRAGONPAY CORPORATION

 

Dragonpay Corporation is the Philippines’ pioneer and market leader in alternative payment solutions, providing unbanked consumers a convenient option to transact which allows merchants, retailers, and organizations through a secured digital platform.

 

Being in the business for 9 years, Dragonpay has already completed over 18 million transactions and has gained over 11 million unique users as it continues to grow and expand.

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