Travel & Culture

Bizarre and Fascinating Festivals

Bizarre and Fascinating Festivals in the Philippines

Fact: Filipinos love parties and holidays. Whether it’s a religious occasion, charter day, or a local fiesta, we will always find ways to celebrate. And we have a lot—and we…

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Philippine Traditions and Icons

Philippine Traditions and Icons That Are in Danger of Disappearing

If we are to list all Philippine traditions and icons we have today, it’ll take us longer than what free time would only allow. The list is long, and that’s…

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Filipino Words You Should Add to Your Vocabulary

Filipino Words You Should Add to Your Vocabulary

Filipino is not exactly the easiest language to learn, which is why we usually find foreigners struggling with it. We may laugh with them about their lack of knowledge of our lingua…

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Parts of Culture That Filipinos Cannot Escape From

Parts of Culture That Filipinos Cannot Escape From

They say that it’s more fun in the Philippines, and with all the lovely beaches and majestic mountains spattered around the archipelago, you know you’ll never run out of things…

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Pinoy Games for Childrens Party

8 Traditional Pinoy Games for Children’s Party

The Filipino people love having a party, and it’s not a complete party without the lechon, rice, the countless titas with their inappropriate comments, and the party games. Today, we…

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Filipino Private Nurse Receives Millions

Hadassah Peri: Filipino Private Nurse Receives Millions from Billionaire Heiress

If karma is true, then we would all be kind, but sometimes nobody believes in kindness anymore. Let the story Hadassah Peri prove something about that. Meet Hadassah Peri, Nanny…

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The Most Bizarre Filipino Foods

The Most Bizarre Filipino Foods

Have you tasted any of the popular yet bizarre Filipino foods? The Filipino cuisine is known for its diversity, but more than its ingredients, what is even more fascinating is…

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BALAY-PH-FI-Celebrating-Buwan-ng-Wika

But What Does “Balay” Mean?

Students these days know that August is “Buwan ng Wika” which translates to “Month of Language” in the Philippines. This was proclaimed by then-President Fidel V. Ramos in 1997 and…

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Traditional Pinoy Food

Must-Try Traditional Pinoy Food to Challenge Your Palate

If you are a foreigner trying to embark on an adventure in the Philippines, get your palate ready, here are street foods for you that you should try before you…

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Inspiring Metro Manila Supermarket

Inspiring Metro Manila Supermarket Gives Work to People with Autism

Savemore in Light Mall in Mandaluyong City has gone viral on social media when word got around that the supermarket employs autistic people. Scroll down for video Mandaluyong Supermarket Employs…

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