Pages tagged with Filipino

There is much consternation as to whose race is of the pure strain. In this Mini-Series of the “Non-Fiction” The Seeding, this issue and “much more” will be placed before the public – globally. – Uthrania Seila Sentana-Ries Cortez
I want to share to everyone one of the tourist attraction in the Philippines and one of the best beaches in the world.
I want to share a thing or two about our country the Philippines, I hope you like it.
Be ready to be Filipinized... and try to embrace our cool and unique characteristics
The traditions of the Filipino people. There are several celebrations of the Philippines.
Just some of the most common cliches found in almost every Filipino movie or television drama.
Homemade delightful Filipino Style Coconut Macaroons that are moist, sweet and chewy on the inside yet crispy on the outside is an irresistible thing. Gluten free and is a favorite food during Passover.
Have you tried Filipino food? Had someone ever tell you how delicious our delicacies are? This recipe is one of the homemade recipe our family has.. I would like to share it to you..
For men looking for good time and fun, bars with women, music and wine are not excellent spots to go. Look for nooks and corners where peace and harmony reign supreme.
This entry talks about the Filipinos' unbreakable spirit despite catastrophes.
Its good to know the cultures of other nation and experience their cuisines and delicacies. I am going to tell you the typical way of Filipinos in making their breakfast.
The entry of the "ber" months signal the start of the Christmas season in the Philippines. As early as September, Philippine radio stations play a song or two about Christmas, even hotels and malls all over the country play an entire Yuletide album as part of their daily piped-in musi...
Filipino politicians are making their move. Elections is just around the corner and some of them are running for a new term. The country just concluded their community elections for leaders and candidates for national positions are making sure that the voters will remember their names...
People who love to eat can't resist the inviting smell of a freshly-cooked pork stew (in the Philippines, it is widely known as "adobo,"). Once you've tasted it, you'll definitely come back for more. Every Philippine cook knows how to prepare it. There are regions that cook it differe...
Feast or not, roasted food are always part of the dinner table. Just be amazed at how much Filipinos have found several ways to roast their food.
For my fellow Filipinos, let us make a change image in our system. Let Democracy for the people, by the people and of the people.
It has been 3 weeks since I came back from vacation from my native Philippines. Although my vacation was not long, I had the opportunity to see one of the most beautiful places in the country, the island of Palawan.
I have been craving for Buko Salad, my favorite Filipino dessert. It makes me feel like going to the Philippines just to have it. Good thing, we have Asian stores in the United States, where I can find the ingredients to make it.
The Migrante Middle East said “We are targeting 1-M signatures by July 2012, the supposed start of imposing PhilHealth premium of P2,400 from the current P900. With our position paper, we will send the signatures to President Noynoy Aquino and to the PhilHealth Board members, member...
Online writers formed as a community and devised an endeavors to learn some basic internet marketing to pursue their causes. Their goals consists of interacting through forum activities that could enhanced their online knowledge.
Life is great! I can live the life I chose to be. Now, I have to go on with my life though because this is my choice, the choice of success in everything I've done. Never looking back for anything that makes me feel the rigors of life, and I never wanted to aim higher for which I am ...
This is the issue that the Filipinos are facing the Reproductive Health Bill
Tip to those currently in a relationship: When you feel that he/she is the one, never let go, never let fear win, if you are meant to be together then you should both fight to stay together.
Dr. Jose Rizal is remembered as the Philippines' National Hero. Tomorrow, December 30, 2010, the whole Philippines will once again be united to celebrate the day of our national hero.
Our Filipino language is our laugh, our native breath, our native tongue spoken in the past, in the present and all the days to come. He may be a mute, a blind and a deaf but his emotions, feelings and understandings are reflecting a Filipino culture.
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