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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.

The man in charge and responsible for the Bataan Death March was Japan's General Homma Masaharu who later surrendered in Tokyo on 14 Sep Tried in Manila, he was convicted and executed by firing squad at Los Baños, Luzon, the Philippines, on 3 Apr Military History, Military Units, Bataan Death March, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Prisoners Of War, World History, World War Two, Iwo Jima

Death: The man in charge and responsible for the Bataan Death March was Japan's General Homma Masaharu. Or so the American military commission found. Homma had surrendered in Tokyo on September 14, 1945, was tried at Manila, convicted, and executed via firing squad at Los Baños, Luzon, the Philippines, on April 3, 1946.

A busy Pasig Riverbank, Manila with Cascos and Galleon Type ships and small ferries and boats over the river. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Filipino Culture, Chinese Culture, Philippine Holidays, Historical Pictures, Historical Fiction, Over The River

A very busy Pasig River, Manila, Philippines, Early 20th Century

A time when convinces were few but life was good. Look into the picture to see all the different actives. Do you see the young boy jumping into the river with legs crossed and arms out? Underwood & Underwood

India de Manila, 1847 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Manila, Filipiniana Dress, Filipino Fashion, Philippine Art, Filipina Beauty

India de Manila, 1847

Álbum: Vistas de las islas Filipinas y trajes de sus habitantes, 1847 Título: India de Manila Autor: Lozano, José Honorato (1821-) Fecha: 1847 Tipo de Documento: Dibujos, grabados y fotografías Materia: Indios Dibujos de género Filipinas S.XIX Acuarelas Filipinas S.XIX Descripción física: 1 dibujo sobre papel amarillento acuarela SignaturA: DIB/15/84/52 Consulta el registro bibliolgráfico y el álbum completo en la Biblioteca Digital Hispánica (BDH)

Philippines Culture Name Filipino Orientation Identification. The Republic of the Philippines was named the Filipinas t. Philippines People, Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Renaissance, Filipino Fashion, Philippine Holidays, Ilocos, Filipino Culture

Ilocano Senoritas, Santa Cotatina, Ilocos.

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

University of Philippines campus building showing war damage, Manila, Philippines, July 1946 Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, American War, American History, Senior Citizen Humor, University Of Santo Tomas, Filipino Architecture, Filipiniana, Historical Architecture

University of Philippines campus building showing war damage, Manila, Philippines, July 1946

University of Philippines coed walks to class in front of war destroyed university building. Photographer: John Florea Photograph taken by a “Life” magazine photographer. For personal non-commercial use only This image is copyrighted and if you would want to use it for a commercial publication you will need to get permission from www.art.com/asp/landing/lifephoto/?rfid=784762

Temporary Senate headquarters after WWII, Manila City Hall, Manila, Philippines, May 1948 Les Philippines, Philippines Culture, Countries Of Asia, Filipino Culture, Chinese Culture, Subic Bay, Ancient Greek Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Philippine Holidays

Temporary Senate headquarters after WWII, Manila City Hall, Manila, Philippines, May 1948

This is from inside Manila City Hall. Photographer: Jack Birns Photograph taken by a “Life” magazine photographer. For personal non-commercial use only This image is copyrighted and if you would want to use it for a commercial publication you will need to get permission from www.art.com/asp/landing/lifephoto/?rfid=784762

 Douglas MacArthur (C), Gen. Richard Sutherland (L) and Col. Lloyd Lehrbas wading ashore during American landing at Lingayen Gulf. This image appeared in the Feb. 1945 photo essay: U. Wins Heart of the Phillippines. Douglas Macarthur, Margaret Bourke White, Uk Visa, Leyte, Iconic Photos, Ww2 Photos, Famous Photos, Prisoners Of War, Photo Essay

National Proposal Day: Patti Stanger Judges 7 Viral Engagements

On pug proposals: "As long as PETA was ok with it, I’m ok with it"

Igorot boy and man 9 years later, Bontoc, Philippines, early Century before 1914 Philippines Outfit, Philippines People, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, Tribal People, Extraordinary People, African Diaspora, Old Pictures

Igorot boy and man 9 years later, Bontoc, Philippines, early 20th Century before 1914

Igorot boy and as a man 9 years later, Bontoc, Cordillera Administrative Region, Northern Luzon, Philippines Illustration picture from the book: The Philippines, Past and Present. Dean C. Worcester Published 1914 by Mills in London

Japanese General Yamashita, second right, at his war crime hearing in Manila, the Philippines. Tomoyuki Yamashita captured Singapore from the British in which Winston Churchill described as the 'worst disaster in British military history. Tomoyuki Yamashita, Manila, Burma Railway, Evil Empire, Man Of War, Indian Army, China, Military History, Museum

General Tomoyuki Yamashita (second right) was tried in Manila between October 29 and December 7, 1945, by a U.S. military commission, on charges relating to the Manila Massacre and earlier occurrences in Singapore, and was sentenced to death. The case set a precedent regarding the responsibility of commanders for war crimes, and is known as the Yamashita Standard.

Looking across Ayala Bridge over the Pasig River, Manila, Philippines, 1899 Philippines People, Visit Philippines, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Ireland Hotels, Ireland Travel, Ireland People, Backpacking Ireland, Philippines

Looking across Ayala Bridge over the Pasig River, Manila, Philippines, 1899

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Front page of Philippine Collegian showing President Ferdinand Marcos as the topnatcher for 1939 Philippine Bar Exam : Front page of Philippine Collegian showing President Ferdinand Marcos as the topnatcher for 1939 Philippine Bar Exam Ferdinand, People Power Revolution, Thrilla In Manila, Philippine Star, President Of The Philippines, Baguio City, Criminal Law, Greatest Presidents, Philippines

18 Intriguing Facts You Might Not Know About Ferdinand Marcos

Here are 18 facts about the former President Ferdinand Marcos--his life, achievements and rise to presidency--that young Filipinos ought to know.

This is a Spanish-American War (or Philippine-American War) era photo from the Manila Branch Studio of Japanese photographer T. I have posted a lot of ENAMI images from Japan, but Enami was also active in The Philippines and Hong Kong. The Spanish American War, American History, Military Men, Military History, Army Uniform, Military Uniforms, Fatherless Children, Treaty Of Paris, Boxer Rebellion

FRIENDLY FIRE -- American Military on Patrol in the Philippines

Here we have three typical US Military guys (apparently named Moe, Larry, and Curly) who are honorably serving their country by doing their "soldier thing" overseas --- seen here protecting the free world, advancing the Ideals of Democracy, defending the Free Market system, securing an uninterrupted supply of Philippine Bananas for the USA, and leaving behind 1000's of fatherless children. The bottle of booze at their feet probably has something to do with their demonstration of strict…