Chikka – English Definition | Chika
The term Chikka, English definition, is defined as a form of interaction often referred to as chit-chat or small talk. This colloquial term began as a commonly used word in the Philippines and also in India. As the popularity of this term has increased, Chikka has become the word of choice to describe this type of communication. In the Filipino community, Chikka, also spelled Chika, is characterized by a pattern of discussion that involves a variety of topics.
Chikka Magazine represents the next step in the evolution of the traditional Filipino newspaper while also reflecting the nature of these light-hearted casual interactions. As a special interest magazine, it covers wide-ranging topics of interest to both the Filipino community in Arizona and the Arizona Asian community as a whole. Accordingly, the topics of this Filipino Magazine also include Arizona Asian Community News in addition to those related to Lifestyle, Food, Events, and Entertainment.
Chikka – Not Your Typical Filipino Newspaper
Founded in 2008, Chikka Magazine was Arizona’s first full-color monthly print magazine dedicated to highlighting local news, events, and information of interest to Arizona Asians. Chikka has continued to grow through its ongoing effort to meet readers where they are by providing issues free of charge in both digital & print formats representing yet another first for Filipinos in Arizona. To keep pace with current trends, Chikka has moved toward sustainability by migrating to a 100% webzine format. In essence, we provide the same high-quality content with much less of an impact on the environment. For nostalgia’s sake, we have provided an archive of past covers. Enjoy