TikTok - a source of positivity for Filipinos It hasn't been the easiest year but 2020 was not without it's good parts, too - from bayanihan amid the pandemic and natural calamities, to supporting and cheering another through the difficult lockdowns. One trending medium that showcased the feel-good side of 2020 was TikTok, which likewise saw its biggest growth to date. From generation Z to millennials and even baby boomers, creator of all ages used their talents and creativity for good by turning the app into a positive space where people can come together for entertainment, fun and learning. The TikTok is a Chinese-owned social video-sharing app that launched last 2016 and gained popularity in Asia and other parts of the world. The TikTok mobile app allow users to create a short 15-second video of themselves, which often feature a music in the background.