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Here are the top ten articles for the Philippines Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Filipino Sayings and Proverbs
Sayings and proverbs describe the experience, customs, habits and truth in Filipino life. They serve as reminders on good manners and proper decorum in social interactions. These sayings and proverbs express the moral values prevalent in Philippine society.

2. Pinoy Super Heroes
Darna. Captain Barbell. Lastikman. Ang Panday. These are the most popular fiction superheroes of Filipinos of all ages.

3. Philippine Bananas Up Close
Do you know Philippine bananas have "names" too? Have you experienced wanting to buy a certain type of banana and just depend on its "looks"? Read on and get acquainted with the more popular banana varieties available in most markets.

4. Filipino Masters in Painting
Filipinos have inherent talent in the arts and crafts. Painting is one field where Filipinos have excelled and continue to excel.

5. Roasted Suckling Pig – Two Recipes
Serving roasted whole pig makes any celebration party or fiesta special. Lechon can be had as a dish or can be served as appetizer.

6. Philippines National Symbols
Significance of the National symbols of the Philippines. Which are official; which are traditionally recognized. What was added; what was changed. Who is this man considered a national hero yet was not officially proclaimed as one?

7. Sinulog – Feast of the Santo Niño
Every third Sunday of January, Cebu City and Maasin City, Southern Leyte celebrate the Feast of the Santo Niño popularly known as Sinulog. How did this yearly festival began and what was its inspiration?

8. A Take On Suman and Vinegar
Each food or product, such as suman and vinegar, by itself tells a story about the culture and traditions of the Filipinos. Find out how.

9. Divisoria – The Frugal Shopper’s Paradise
When in Manila, experience Divisoria, the bargain hunters' mecca. Be surprised how much you can stretch the buying power of your money. Feel the beat, survive the heat, don't get lost in the labyrinth of stores. Find out if you have mastered the art of haggling.

10. Rizal Province
East of Metro Manila is Rizal, the province named after the Philippines’ national hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal. It is very accessible and near Metro Manila. There are many fun things to do when visiting the Province of Rizal.



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