Whether you're traveling to the Philippines or doing research for a paper, here is everything you need to know from the culture and history to mythological creatures.

[Infographic] A Guide to Filipino Culture & Traditions

Not through my blood, but through my heart!...You know you're Filipino If....Too funny!

Filipino Stereotypes

You know you're Filipino if.well, I am not Filipino, but already doing many of these because of learned habbit na!

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.

Philippine Street Food #infographic

Philippine Street Foods were often a go-to meal while bar hopping or chillin' in an open bar in Olongapo City.

The Conyo Kid's Guide to a Filipino Fiesta

Pepper publishes playful recipes and curious food stories for creative folks in the Philippines.

This is what I want to look like when I go out on a Saturday night. Wowza. Yakan - Philippines

Gorgeous and elaborate traditional wedding dressing for a Yakan bride of the Philippines.

only in the Philippines...making the most of everything!

Funny pictures about Friendship in one picture. Oh, and cool pics about Friendship in one picture. Also, Friendship in one picture.

Differences between Filipino and Korean cultures

Differences between Filipino and Korean cultures///I'm not Filipino, I've never even been to the Philippines, but this is still fairly interesting.

Mamon itself is a very soft cake that is typically sold in bakeries or even in fast-food chains specializing in Filipino cuisine.

Mamon Recipe (Filipino Style)

Mamon, a type of Filipino sponge cake, is deeply embedded into the Filipino culture that the Filipino language actually has the idiom “pusong mamon,” which literally means “heart of mamon/heart made of mamon.

Filipino Culture vs. American Culture - YouTube

Filipino Culture vs. American Culture - YouTube

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