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Geraldine Figueroa
Teach our children to be respectful. "Pagmamano" a wonderful filipino tradition! Im proud to be a filipino! Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Armenian Culture, Viking Culture, Russian Culture, Spanish Culture, Polynesian Culture, Filipino Recipes, Philippines Culture

"Po and Opo" These two words are often heard from children addressing their parents, or when addressing an elderly and when talking to someone much older than you. Saying these two words are act of respect and one of the greatest values Filipino culture can be proud of. If you try to translate "po"and "opo" into other languages, there is no word that can compare to act of respect that these two words bring.

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These rare color photos of the Philippines were shot in the 1950s, and they're amazing

Rare, candid color photos of the 1950s Philippines you've probably never seen before.

Apo Whang-od, traditional tattoo practitioner from the Philippines. She should be a national treasure. Traditional Filipino Tattoo, Filipino Tribal Tattoos, Filipino Culture, Mexica, Human Emotions, Black And White Portraits, Symbolic Tattoos, Varanasi, People Of The World

Whang Od

As you can see Whang Od has tattoos all down her arms and they continue pretty much all over her body. She started this art when she was 14 and actually practiced on herself to improve her skills.

Capiz windows these are one of the most distinct details in traditional Philippine architecture, and are made using oyster shells. Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Cultural Architecture, Historical Architecture, Interior Architecture, Interior And Exterior, Tropical Architecture, Spanish House, Spanish Colonial

Abacá on Instagram: “Capiz windows 💕these are one of the most distinct details in traditional Philippine architecture, and are made using oyster shells.”

560 Likes, 8 Comments - Abacá (@abaca.store) on Instagram: “Capiz windows 💕these are one of the most distinct details in traditional Philippine architecture,…”

Bontoc Igorot warrior (Philippines) with shield and spear, early century… Regions Of The Philippines, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Indigenous Tribes, Age Of Empires, Tribal People, Asian History, African Diaspora, People Of The World

Bontoc Igorot warrior (Philippines) with shield and spear, early 20th century, the Bontoc Igorot, of the larger Malay people, are agriculturalists residing in the Northern Torrid Zone of the Philippine Archipelago. They are most well known for their past practice of head hunting, a cultural practice that was not uncommon in the region. Head hunting was traditionally seen as a pastime for men of the society; the Bontoc words for “war” and “head hunting” are interchangeable.

Filipino's are masters in Teamwork! A unique filipino custom were a whole community helps a family carry their nip a hut to a new location. Visit Philippines, Philippines Culture, Philippines People, Philippines Travel, Cebu, Bahay Kubo, Filipino Culture, Maila, Baguio

Bayanihan - The origin of the term bayanihan can be traced from a common tradition in Philippine towns where community members volunteer to help a family move to a new place by volunteering to transport the house to a specific location. The process involves literally carrying the house to its new location. This is done by putting bamboo poles forming a strong frame to lift the stilts from the ground and carrying the whole house with the men positioned at the ends of each pole.

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Filipino home with a banana tree, early 20th Century, Philippines

Original photograph is in the University of Michigan - Special Collections Library

Rare, candid color photos of the Philippines you've probably never seen before. Philippines Palawan, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Trains, President Of The Philippines, Philippine Holidays, Filipino Culture, Landscape And Urbanism

An Isolated Filipino Tribe Who Lives Inside A Volcano Crater

A few years after the "Tasaday" discovery, another group of primitive cave-dwellers hit the headlines. And this time, it was for real.

These Philippine traditions and icons are slowly disappearing or are being forgotten—and the Filipino identity along with them. Learn more about them here. Filipino, Philippines, Religion, Asia, Horses, Culture, Traditional, Identity, Animals

Philippine Traditions That Are Unfortunately Slowly Forgotten - Balay.ph

These Philippine traditions and icons are slowly disappearing or are being forgotten—and the Filipino identity along with them. Learn more about them here.