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Sino ang "lowkey pabebe" at sino ang may ~aesthetic~ Tumblr account?
Twitter user @MillennialofMNL started a thread on National Heroes Day called "If Filipino heroes were in high school." In case you didn't know, you didn't need to go to school yesterday because of the holiday that celebrates no specific hero but instead, all Filipino heroes ...
 
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Can you relate?
Whenever we go out of town, Filipinos will most likely try to squeeze at least ten people, plus food and other luggages, in one minivan. Whatever got this practice going, it's been pretty effective in lessening the amount of cars on expressways (well, ...
 
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Or when you move abroad.
Every country has their own specific set of traditions and stereotypes that set them apart from all the rest—and the Philippines is no exception. Ask any foreigner what they first think of when they hear The Philippines and it most likely has ...
 
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Ice candy, halo-halo, and lechon? YASSS!
How do you know a person is Filipino or is a part of a Filipino family? There are lots of ways you can tell, but we've rounded up the best ways you'll figure this out by going through the hashtag #GrowingUpFilipino on ...
 
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Simbang Gabi is about to start. Are you ready to wake up at dawn, battle the cold breeze, and gorge on puto bumbong and bibingka?
Come December 16, many Filipinos young and old will be getting up at dawn for Simbang Gabi. The nine-day series of masses is a Filipino tradition best spent with family, friends, and well, lots of food.If you've always been religiously honoring this ...
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