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Think you’re brave enough to try filipino street food? Use this infographic as a… Think you’re brave enough to try filipino street food? Use this infographic as a check list when you decide to do so. Palawan, Bohol, Filipino Dishes, Filipino Recipes, Asian Recipes, Ethnic Recipes, Voyage Philippines, Les Philippines, Philippines Culture

Philippine Street Food #infographic

Philippine Street Food. I've had most of these items, and some of them I enjoyed. Tried the balut; tolerable, but something I would not want to eat again. The rest I would never want to try.

I chose this picture because of my pride for my homecountry - the Philippines. I grew up in the Philippines before my family and I moved here to Canada. It was very hard for me to leave my country, but I didn't really have much of a choice. Philippines Beaches, Philippines Culture, Philippines Travel, Philippines Flag, Philippines People, Regions Of The Philippines, Images Wallpaper, Iphone Wallpaper, Wallpapers

I chose this picture because of my pride for my homecountry - the Philippines. I grew up in the Philippines before my family and I moved here to Canada. It was very hard for me to leave my country, but I didn't really have much of a choice. ~ S.A.M.

The Pagmamano or Mano Po is a way of showing respect to your elders and involves the youngster placing his/her hand on the back of the elders hand. In a sense the elderly person is "blessing" the younger one. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Polynesian Culture, Filipino Food, Philippines Culture, Philippines Fashion, Showing Respect, Philippine Art, Filipiniana

The Custom of Pagmamano

Pagmamano is a Filipino custom that has survived the times and foreign influences. This is the practice of respect by asking for an elder’s hand [...]

Roughly translated: I'm no longer yellow. I'm no longer green red or blue. I'm also no longer orange. I'm Filipino. This is my color. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Empanada, Philippine Flag Wallpaper, Buffalo Tattoo, Images Wallpaper, Jose Rizal, I Miss My Mom, Filipino Tribal Tattoos

Roughly translated: I'm no longer yellow. I'm no longer green, red, or blue. I'm also no longer orange. I'm Filipino. This is my color.