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Culture of Philippines

The culture of the Philippines is a combination of cultures of the East and West.[1] Filipino identity was born at the same time as its creation, Mainly from its Pre-Colonial/Pre-Philippines Cultures that merged with the influenced of the Colonizers and Chinese traders that melted and evolved to its own unique Classical Filipino Identity. Before the Philippines was born, It was a divided set of nations, islands and tribes being ruled by their own specific Social Kings, Chieftains, Lakans, Datus and Sultans. Every nation has its own identity and some are even part of a larger Empire outside of the modern day map of what is now the Philippines, for example; Manila was once part of the Bruneian Empire. Another example is many parts of the modern day Mindanao is theorized to be part of the Majapahit empire with its capital being located in East Java in the modern day Indonesia. The Advent of the Colonial arrival to the islands started The modern day Philippines. As it was during that time, that what is today a united islands now known as the Philippines was created. The Chinese influenced has been felt throughout Southeast Asia through trade, even before the Colonization of the region specifically Ming dynasty and other earlier dynasties as early as the 9th century. But it was during the Spanish colonization that modern day Chinese Filipino signature-mark on what is now the Philippines was developed. These cultures the melted from Pre-colonial internal Culture and external influence is very evident in the Pre-modern era arts and tradition of the Philippines

Festival & Celebration

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Filipinos cook a variety of foods influenced by of main Indian, Chinese, influences indigenous ingredients.[20] The Spanish colonizers and friars in the 16th century brought with them produce from the Americas such as chili peppers, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, and the method of sautéing with garlic and onions. Eating out is a favorite Filipino pastime. A typical Pinoy diet consists at most of six meals a day; breakfast, snacks, lunch, snacks, dinner, and again a midnight snack before going to sleep. Rice is a staple in the Filipino diet, and is usually eaten together with other dishes. Filipinos regularly use spoons together with forks and knives. Some also eat with their hands, especially in informal settings, and also Filipinos use chopsticks when eating . when eating seafood. Rice, corn, and popular dishes such as adobo (a meat stew made from either pork or chicken), lumpia (meat or vegetable rolls), pancit (a noodle dish), and lechón baboy (roasted pig) are served on plates.


The clothing style and fashion sense of the Filipinos in the modern-day era have been influenced by their native ancestors: their Spanish colonizers (the Philippines was a colony of the Spanish Empire for around 333 years), the Americans (the Philippines was a territory of the United States for about 46 years), and even the Japanese (Japanese soldiers occupied the Philippines during World War II for 4 years), as evidenced by the chronology of events that occurred in Philippine history.[1] At present, Filipinos conform their way of dressing, in addition to the above factors, as a result of the influence of what is shown by the media on televis fashion shows, among others.[1] Apart from "colonial influences" and "media influence", the Filipino style of clothing had been dictated by the climate in the Philippines. With a tropical climate (dry and rainy seasons), early Filipinos – as well as the still extant tribal groups in the Philippines – wore colorful woven clothes, often with "intricate beadwork" and other ornaments. Other items of native clothing during pre-Spanish Philippines were the canga and the bahag. The canga is a type of a collarless shirt – which later became adorned with laces, trimmings, buttons, and a collar – was where from the Barong Tagalog evolved. On the other hand, the bahag was a type of loincloth or G-string.

Popular colleges

Bicol Christian College of Medicine

Legazpi city(500kms far from Manila).

The Bicol Christian Medical College is commonly known as The Ago Medical Education Center. It is approved by MCI and quite popular medical colleges to study MD / MBBS in Philippines

Bicol Christian College of Medicine was founded by Dr. Damaceno J. Ago. He envisioned his full life in the country Philippines,

AMA School of Medicine

Crisanto M. De Los Reyes Ave Biclatan, Manila, Philippines

AMA School of Medicine is a part of the AMA Education System. Dr. Amable R. Aguiluz V, is the founder of the group. He has been an ambassador of the Philippines to the Gulf Countries. The AMA School of Medicine is named after the initials of his father’s name, Amable Mendoza Aguiluz V Sr. The AMA Educational System include the following educational institutes:

Founded in 1980 as AMA Computer School, the Quezon City Campus became AMA University on August 20, 2002 with permission from CHED.

University of Perpetual Help System

Las Piñas, Philippines

The Bicol Christian Medical College is commonly known as The Ago Medical Education Center. It is approved by MCI and quite popular medical colleges to study MD / MBBS in Philippines
The University of Perpetual Help, MBBS in Philippines, is a Catholic-oriented, co-educational, private university,

Our Lady of Fatima University

Marulas, Valenzuela, 1440 Metro Manila, Philippines

Our Lady of Fatima University is the number 1 ranked medical university in the Philippines. Formerly known as Our Lady of Fatima College, and also formerly known as Fatima Medical Science Foundation, Incorporated (FMSFI) is a private university in the Philippines.

Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine

Paco, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines

The School of Medicine is a competent unit of the Emilio Aguinaldo College. It is committed to the education and training of relevant, competent and compassionate physicians who will be effective health care providers, researchers and teachers imbued with the strong desire to continue the pursuit of knowledge and a deep sense of service to the community and the nation.
milio Aguinaldo College (EAC) was founded in 1951 under the name of Marian School of Midwifery.