Bakunawa (Giant Sea Serpent)

Bakunawa is a giant sea serpent. In other stories, we have seven (7) moons a long time ago. But it was eaten by Bakunawa (Giant Sea Serpent) until only one is left. To protect the last moon, Bathala ordered the people to make noise using pots and pans to frighten the giant serpent.(Filipino mythology) Sa … Read more

Father of Philippine Landscape Architecture

The Father of Philippine Landscape Architecture is Ildefonso P. Santos Jr. He is a Philippine National Artist for Architecture. He was born on September 5, 1929, and passed away on January 29, 2014. His vision to recreate paradise on earth by revolutionizing the design of local parks and urban spaces and by giving new meaning … Read more

Who is the Father of Philippine Anthropology?

  Henry Otley Beyer is the father of Philippine Anthropology. He was born on July 13, 1883 and passed away on December 31, 1966. He was an American anthropologist, who spent most of his adult life in the Philippines teaching Philippine indigenous culture.(wikipedia) Henry Beyer authored the “Wave of Migration Theory. He theorized that early … Read more

Kamayan Philippine Seafood Restaurant in China

Craving for Filipino food in China? Try the Kamayan Pusit and the Kamayan Seafood Set at Kamayan Philippine Seafood Restaurant in Chongqing. The restaurant’s bestsellers are: Kamayan Pusit – squid dish akin to Filipino adobong pusit but with the addition of Sichuan chili. Kamayan Seafood set prepared in boodle-fight style and eaten with bare hands … Read more

Pioneer of Art Deco Style in the Philippines

  The pioneer of Art Deco Style in the Philippines is Pablo S. Antonio. Pablo Antonio is the pioneer of Art Deco Style in the Philippines. Some of his famous design is the Cine Ideal in Avenida, FEU administration and Science Buildings and the Manila Polo Club. He is a Philippine National Artist for Architecture. … Read more