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    After hearing mass just a short video I took outside the church. A celebration which entertain the community invited to have breakfast.
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    #FeastDay #StoNino #PartTwo #AtiAtihan After hearing mass just a short video I took outside the church. A celebration which entertain the community invited to have breakfast. #Philippines #SoMeePh #PhilippineTradition #PhilippineCulture #ProjectPHDbyJED #PhilippineFestival
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    Lucban's Pahiyas Festival never ceased to amaze me. It will always be dear to my heart as well because it is the hometown of my ex-GF who is now my wife. ???? ???? ????

    Houses are decorated using materials mostly from their harvests. This is in honor of San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers.

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    #PhilippineFestival #ProjectPHDbyJED Lucban's Pahiyas Festival never ceased to amaze me. It will always be dear to my heart as well because it is the hometown of my ex-GF who is now my wife. ???? ???? ???? Houses are decorated using materials mostly from their harvests. This is in honor of San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers. #Philippines #SomeePh #Philippinetradition #Philippineculture
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    FIESTA or sometimes called FESTIVAL is a uniquely colorful part of the Filipino Culture. These events becomes stage for visual arts, music, food and dance festivals which helps tourism to grow and keeps visitors to keep coming back for more. Be it religious or non-religious, It serves as a good bonding time for kins
    and friends as well.

    Filipino hospitality is legendary and best to be experienced during these banquets. As one folk song mentions:

    "Upang kumain ng masarap ay pinipilit ka pa
    Maghapong kaina'y nagdaan, pagkai'y naubos na.
    Kung bakit itong maybahay, natuwa pa."

    The song tells about the host's efforts to serve
    delightful delicacies and food to their guests
    yet the host of the banquet finds joy upon seeing
    that the food had all been binged.

    And all of these festivities can be attributed to
    its ancient origin of THANKSGIVING for all the
    blessings. Though not all of these are tied up with food, some are activities worth watching. Whatever they are, one thing is for sure...you will enjoy!

    Can you share on your wall any festival you'd
    like to showcase?

    Whatever they maybe, it definitely is worth liking.
    Don't forget to include the hash tags below.


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    #PhilippineFestival FIESTA or sometimes called FESTIVAL is a uniquely colorful part of the Filipino Culture. These events becomes stage for visual arts, music, food and dance festivals which helps tourism to grow and keeps visitors to keep coming back for more. Be it religious or non-religious, It serves as a good bonding time for kins and friends as well. Filipino hospitality is legendary and best to be experienced during these banquets. As one folk song mentions: "Upang kumain ng masarap ay pinipilit ka pa Maghapong kaina'y nagdaan, pagkai'y naubos na. Kung bakit itong maybahay, natuwa pa." The song tells about the host's efforts to serve delightful delicacies and food to their guests yet the host of the banquet finds joy upon seeing that the food had all been binged. And all of these festivities can be attributed to its ancient origin of THANKSGIVING for all the blessings. Though not all of these are tied up with food, some are activities worth watching. Whatever they are, one thing is for sure...you will enjoy! Can you share on your wall any festival you'd like to showcase? Whatever they maybe, it definitely is worth liking. Don't forget to include the hash tags below. #Philippines #SomeePh #Philippinetradition #Philippineculture #ProjectPHDbyJED #PhilippineFestival
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    Born and raised in the town of Aliaga, province of Nueva Ecija, I witnessed the flock of hundreds of tourists and devotees of St. John the Baptist which is the patron saint of my neighbouring village-"Bibiclat".

    Men, women and children gathered for the feast of St. John the Baptist, covered with mud and adorned with grass and dried banana leaves. They woke up at 4am and went to the nearest rice paddies to smear mud on their bodies and wear the grass or dried leaves. They are called the “Taong Putik” (mud people) of Bibiclat

    The tradition came from a story told around the Japanese period. It was said that a group of Japanese soldiers were ambushed by guerrilla rebels. In retaliation, the Japanese officers ordered all the men of the community arrested and brought to the chapel grounds. The Filipino men were about to be shot at noon when heavy rain poured, hampering the execution. The Japanese officers ordered the execution stopped and set the men free.

    The people then danced in jubilation and played in the mud. They attributed the miracle to St. John the Baptist.

    Source: Rappler

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    #PhilippineFestival Born and raised in the town of Aliaga, province of Nueva Ecija, I witnessed the flock of hundreds of tourists and devotees of St. John the Baptist which is the patron saint of my neighbouring village-"Bibiclat". Men, women and children gathered for the feast of St. John the Baptist, covered with mud and adorned with grass and dried banana leaves. They woke up at 4am and went to the nearest rice paddies to smear mud on their bodies and wear the grass or dried leaves. They are called the “Taong Putik” (mud people) of Bibiclat The tradition came from a story told around the Japanese period. It was said that a group of Japanese soldiers were ambushed by guerrilla rebels. In retaliation, the Japanese officers ordered all the men of the community arrested and brought to the chapel grounds. The Filipino men were about to be shot at noon when heavy rain poured, hampering the execution. The Japanese officers ordered the execution stopped and set the men free. The people then danced in jubilation and played in the mud. They attributed the miracle to St. John the Baptist. Source: Rappler #Philippines #SomeePh #Philippinetradition #Philippineculture #ProjectPHDbyJED
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    The Ati-Atihan festival is a Philippine festival held annually in January in honor of the Santo Niño (Holy Child or Infant Jesus) in several towns of the province of Aklan, Panay Island. The biggest celebration is held during the third Sunday of January in the town of Kalibo, the province's capital. The name Ati-Atihan means "to imitate the Ati people".
    The festival consists of religious processions and street-parades, showcasing themed floats, dancing groups wearing colorful costumes, marching bands, and people sporting face and body paints. The street parade is known as Sadsad, which is also what the locals call their way of dancing where the foot is momentarily dragged along the ground in tune to the beat played by the marching bands. It has inspired other Philippine Festivals such as Dinagyang of Iloilo and Sinulog of Cebu, thus, it is known as the "Mother of All Philippine Festivals.

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    #PhilippineFestival The Ati-Atihan festival is a Philippine festival held annually in January in honor of the Santo Niño (Holy Child or Infant Jesus) in several towns of the province of Aklan, Panay Island. The biggest celebration is held during the third Sunday of January in the town of Kalibo, the province's capital. The name Ati-Atihan means "to imitate the Ati people". The festival consists of religious processions and street-parades, showcasing themed floats, dancing groups wearing colorful costumes, marching bands, and people sporting face and body paints. The street parade is known as Sadsad, which is also what the locals call their way of dancing where the foot is momentarily dragged along the ground in tune to the beat played by the marching bands. It has inspired other Philippine Festivals such as Dinagyang of Iloilo and Sinulog of Cebu, thus, it is known as the "Mother of All Philippine Festivals. #Philippines #SomeePh #Philippinetradition #Philippineculture #ProjectPHDbyJED #Atiatihan
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