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PHILIPPINES

Power Back to the People:The Philippine Revolution of 1986
9 months ago

Power Back to the People:The Philippine Revolution of 1986

In 1986, the Philippines made it beyond its beautiful beaches and pristine islands to draw the attention and praise of the international community; the country left its imprint in the …
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ASEAN Under a Looking Glass
9 months ago

ASEAN Under a Looking Glass

If you ask any formally educated Filipino what ASEAN means, he or she would probably reply with the basic answer – that it stands for the Association of Southeast Asian …
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WHAT IS ASEAN TO YOU?
9 months ago

WHAT IS ASEAN TO YOU?

Humans have always been more successful in everything when they work with one another. Two heads are better than one, they say. And being a member of group whose common …
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Weddings in the Philippines
1 year ago

Weddings in the Philippines

Like in most countries, wedding traditions in the Philippines can be eccentric. From throwing rice on the newlyweds to pinning money on the couple’s clothes as they dance, it’s safe …
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ASEAN@50: “Partnering for Change, Engaging the World”
1 year ago

ASEAN@50: “Partnering for Change, Engaging the World”

The ASEAN has hit a major milestone as it celebrates its 50th year, with the Philippines being the host for this year’s summits and major events. With the theme “Partnering …
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Christmas is a big deal in the Philippines
2 years ago

Christmas is a big deal in the Philippines

In fact, most Filipinos start their count downs two months before the blessed day arrives. The closer the day gets, the more excited people feel. Mornings are greeted with a …
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The Quirky Lechon Festival: Why Celebrations are More Fun in the Philippines
2 years ago

The Quirky Lechon Festival: Why Celebrations are More Fun in the Philippines

Filipinos love celebrating, especially when the occasion calls for it. Be it a school graduation, birthday or a good turnout in an exam, they will not let the chance to …
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Streets of Manila
2 years ago

Streets of Manila

In the Philippines, friends would usually greet each other with: Kumain ka na ba? (Have you eaten?) as substitute for Kumusta ka na? (How are you?), especially if they often …
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NATIVE TREATS: KAKANIN
2 years ago

NATIVE TREATS: KAKANIN

In Asia where rice is in abundance, it should come as no surprise that it has shaped the palatal preference of the billions of people in the region.

If Korea …
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A Taste of Filipino Culture in Sinigang
2 years ago

A Taste of Filipino Culture in Sinigang

Food is an essential part in a traveler’s itinerary, not only due to necessity, but also because of the unique adventure that food has to offer. It’s a beautiful thing …
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