International forum: Culture - what is the special thing in your culture?
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20 May 2014 17:38

20 May 2014 19:06

Topi & Ajrak!

20 May 2014 19:27
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20 May 2014 19:56

Quote by Wafa-waseem
Topi & Ajrak!

sindhi

20 May 2014 19:57

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Sweet's Like Dhodha

yummy

20 May 2014 21:37

The way we dress and how we are brought up in a respectable and christian way

20 May 2014 21:40

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The way we dress and how we are brought up in a respectable and christian way

20 May 2014 23:04

0ur fiesta..l0ts 0f yummy...f0od and

21 May 2014 05:36

Later ...:)

21 May 2014 06:31
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23 May 2014 08:33

i think it would be the traditions of christmas eve (winter solstice actually) with all that magic. i've even made a little "book" about that magic where i wrote every spell i found. i was 10 then, probably... maybe 11...

23 May 2014 11:46

Quote by mitze
What special things in my culture in Philippines well well let me share you What every Filipino looks forward to Noche Buena, the grand family dinner after the midnight mass. Christmas morning is the time for visiting relatives. Filipinos wear new if not their best clothes. Children do mano, which is kissing or bringing to their forehead the hand of an elderly person. This is when they receive their pamasko, certainly aguinaldo from godfathers and godmothers. Christmas lunch and Christmas dinner are with family.this is very special and this is only in the Philippines mano po lolo and mano po lola :handkiss

Yes!
Because I am also a Filipino Citizen...

23 May 2014 17:30

Costume festival bcoz its colorful and so much fun specially d foods r so yummy and free

23 May 2014 20:15

23 May 2014 21:32

Quote by quiete
0ur fiesta..l0ts 0f yummy...f0od and

mmm..im craving f0r my favorite dessert.. `

Edited by NaeEm.. / 5 Sep 2014 14:58
23 May 2014 21:45

canjeelo

23 May 2014 21:52

Quote by mitze
What special things in my culture in Philippines well well let me share you What every Filipino looks forward to Noche Buena, the grand family dinner after the midnight mass. Christmas morning is the time for visiting relatives. Filipinos wear new if not their best clothes. Children do mano, which is kissing or bringing to their forehead the hand of an elderly person. This is when they receive their pamasko, certainly aguinaldo from godfathers and godmothers. Christmas lunch and Christmas dinner are with family.this is very special and this is only in the Philippines mano po lolo and mano po lola :handkiss

23 May 2014 23:36

my language

24 May 2014 00:34

24 May 2014 04:13