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What are the folkways of Philippines?


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Answered 2011-09-13 20:24:27

As we known that folkways are the ways of doing things in a certain ure.

One examples of Philippine folkways is "pamamanhikan" -meaning when getting married, the man's family must visit to the woman's family, bring some foods or help at the house of the girl

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