What is it about the Philippines that makes it different from the rest of the world? Well, for one thing, it is all about their culture. Here are 11 things you should know about Filipino culture that sets them apart from any other nation on the planet.
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The 12th International Silent Film Festival, traditionally held at SM Megamall during the last week of August is “the only silent film festival in the whole of Asia... And the only one of its kind that matches international silent films with very talented Filipino musicians of all kinds."
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There's a scene in the 2014 film “César Chavez” where a group of Filipino farm workers gather in a labor camp and fill the night sky with cries of protest. It's a palpable call for justice in the face of violence, but one of the few times in the hour-and-a-half movie where Filipinos are shown on screen.
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MR WORLD PHILIPPINES 2018. The 16 men vying for Mr World Philippines poses with Miss World Philippines general manager Bessie Besana and national director Arnold Vegafria during the press presentation at Resorts World Manila
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MANILA, Philippines – The -ber months have begun, and in the Philippines, we all know what this means: the longest Christmas season in the world is now underway.
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ILOILO, Philippines – On the northern coasts of Iloilo lies Islas de Gigantes, a set of islands that make up a paradise of pristine beaches, clear water, and huge rock formations. It's a place visitors to Iloilo will not want to miss.
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How can Naga City be 16th in crime volume, but 1st in crime rate? We explain why the Philippine National Police thinks so.
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'People contextualize their language when they tell a story'
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'This is the kind of airport that we should be building, an airport that has regard for the environment and the future generations,' Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade says of the country's first international eco-airport
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THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR and Employment (DOLE) said it is now in the process of crafting the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of Republic Act (RA) 11058 or the Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHS) law.
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Look, look -- it’s a bird, it’s a plane . . . a drone? An Angry Bird? No, it’s the Ibong Adarna.
It’s been celebrated and immortalized in the spoken word, Filipino graphic novels, stage, on screen, and in dance. It’s the Alamat ng Ibong Adarna (Legend of the Adarna Bird). It’s one of the Philippines’ own folk epic poems/stories—like “The Iliad,” “The Odyssey,” “The Ramayana,” “The Nibelungenlied,” “Chanson de Roland,” etc., of other cultures—and more specifically, for Filipino lore, it’s right u
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