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Essay about filipino language dialects The Metamorphosis of Filipino as National Language by Jessie Grace U. Introduction Filipino -- the term used in both the 1973 and 1987 Philippine. Philippine Mythology, Philippine Map, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Traditional Filipino Tattoo, Mindoro, Philippines Culture, Philippines Travel, Philippines Tattoo

Week 6-8 Part 1: Introduction to Vitetnam & Philippines

Vitetnam Vietnam is a country located in Southeastern Asia bordering the Gulf of Thailand, the Gulf of Tonkin, and the South China Sea. Although many westerners still imagine Vietnam through the le…

A vintage portrait of a Filipina mestiza, colorized from a photo titled "Mujer de la clase rica" translated as "A woman of the wealthy cla. Filipino Art, Filipino Tribal, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Philippine Women, Philippine Art, Cultura Filipina, Filipino Fashion, Native American Girls

Filipina meztiza, ca 1875, colors by Alex Lim

A vintage portrait of a Filipina mestiza, colorized from a photo titled "Mujer de la clase rica" translated as "A woman of the wealthy class", ca 1875. The photo is considered as among the oldest Philippine photo of the peninsular class in 19th century Filipino society. Taken by the Dutch photographer Francisco van Camp, who was well known in the Philippines for his extremely refined portraiture. This photo of a woman with an almost other-worldly grace well deserves the attribution "one of…

Manila Hotel: The Golden Years — Positively Filipino Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Chinese Culture, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Filipino Fashion

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Gorgeous label for the Manila Hotel phillipines produced in the mid 1930's. I consider this to be one of the rarest labels in the Dan Sweeney series.

A studio portrait of a Filipina mestizo, Philippines Philippines Dress, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippine Women, Philippine Art, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Old Photos, Vintage Photos

A studio portrait of a Filipina mestizo, Philippines (1)

Undated, probably 1800s LIFE photo collection Copyright: © Time Inc. For non-commercial use only

Beautiful Filipinas next to banana trees, Philippines, unknown region, early century Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Philippines People, Manila Philippines, Filipino Culture, Filipino Art, Filipino Fashion, Philippine Women, Filipiniana

Beautiful Filipinas next to banana trees, Philippines, unknown region, early 20th century

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What has happened to our national dress, the Philippine terno? Though it remains an inherent part of our rich culture, it has certainly evolved. Philippines Outfit, Philippines People, Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Filipiniana Dress, Filipino Fashion, Filipino Culture, Filipina Beauty, Asian History

The evolution of Filipino fashion: the rich history of our national dress

What has happened to our national dress, the Philippine terno? Though it remains an inherent part of our rich culture, it has certainly evolved.

There is a saying that “ Beauty is in the eye of the beholder ” which means that beauty is relative. One person's definition of beauty. Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Cultura Filipina, Filipiniana Dress, Filipino Fashion, Filipino Culture, Filipina Beauty, Photo Postcards, Pinoy

81. FILIPINA BEAUTIES on Old Real Photo Postcards

There is a saying that “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” which means that beauty is relative. One person's definition of beauty is will always different from someone else's definition. Webster defined BEAUTY as the quality present in a thing or person that gives intense pleasure or deep satisfaction to the mind, whether arising from sensory manifestations. I am sharing these vintage postcards of beautiful Filipinas back then. Their beauty was captured by camera and was preserved in…

 From New York Public Library Digital Collections. Philippine Women, Philippine Art, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Manila, Philippine Mythology, Filipiniana Dress, Filipino Fashion, Philippines Culture

Philippine Islands.

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

What has happened to our national dress, the Philippine terno? Though it remains an inherent part of our rich culture, it has certainly evolved. Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Maria Clara Dress Philippines, Cultura Filipina, Modern Filipiniana Dress, Filipiniana Wedding, Filipino Fashion, Asian Fashion, Philippine Art

The evolution of Filipino fashion: the rich history of our national dress

What has happened to our national dress, the Philippine terno? Though it remains an inherent part of our rich culture, it has certainly evolved.

a famous seniors cigar Filipino Funny, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Advertisement Images, Old Advertisements, Advertising Poster, Vintage Comics, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters

84. Philippine CIGARETTE ADVERTISEMENTS from the mid 1940s - 1960s

The worlds of advertising and cigarette smoking have been intertwined for as long as we can remember. In the first half of the 20th century, tobacco companies were major contributors to the advertising industry, and many magazines and newspapers were sponsored by these companies. As the 1970s dawned, things were beginning to change. During the mid-70s, people became aware of the health hazards of cigarette smoking and the government required tobacco packaging to carry health warnings. These…

Angel After Dark. Top Gothic Fashion Tips To Keep You In Style. Consistently using good gothic fashion sense can help Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Cultura Filipina, Baro't Saya, Filipiniana Dress, Filipino Fashion

old philippines : fashion from late 1800s to 1920 — myturtleneck

The Old Philippines archive of images is a source of immense inspiration. I love looking at the rarely seen fashion women wore in the Philippines at the turn of the century. The fabrics used were primarily the sheer piña fabric (pineapple fiber), abaca (banana fiber) and cotton. It's likely

Notice the young lady on the right showing her wedding ring. Philippines People, Philippines Culture, Philippines Fashion, Manila Philippines, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Fashion, Philippine Holidays, Picture Company

Visayan girls, Cebu Island, Philippines, late 19th or early 20th Century

Notice the young lady on the right showing her wedding ring. Keystone View Company