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Sangkayaw, also known as coconut shell race, is a traditional group game commonly played in Central Luzon and Tagalog provinces. It is similar to the …

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Vilma Santos & Nora Aunor Rivalry

The fan rivarly between veteran actresses Vilma Santos and Nora Aunor has been active in the showbiz industry for almost five decades. Vilma Santos ha…

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Tigitigan Terakan Keng Dalan

It is held every last Friday and Saturday of October MacArthur Highway, Balibago, Angeles City. The Tigitigan Terakan Keng Dalan was organized after t…

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Marine Turtles

Five of the eight species of marine turtles all over the world, can be found in the Philippines: the Green Turtle, Hawkbill, Leatherback, Olive Ridley…

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Philippine Mythology

Aswang on "Supernatural"

In the episode called "Fresh Meat" of the hit TV show Supernatural, the Filipino Aswang was the subject. The aswang is a Filipinno version of a female…

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Bamboo Organ Festival

The International Bamboo Organ in Las Pinas is a 10 day cultural event that features international classical performers and utilizes the ancient bambo…

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Oldest Province in the Country

Aklan, originally known as Minuro it Akean, is considered as the oldest province in the country and believed to have been established as early as 1213…

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Sizzling sisig is a Filipino dish made from parts of a pig's head. First, it is boiled so that the hair can be removed and to soften the meat. Portioo…

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Clarke's Cafe

Clarke's Cafe in Plaza Moraga, Binondo is the first ice cream parlor in the Philippines. It opened in 1899.…

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Doctrina Christiana

.In 1593, the Dominican press published "Doctrina Christiana", the first book published in the Philippines. Since religious orders monopolized printin…

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