By Paul A. Rodell
Culture and Customs of the Philippines presents the easiest basic assessment to the Asian archipelago and to a individuals with shut ties to the U.S. and an extended historical past of emigration and contributions to this nation. the quantity emphasizes how the robust indigenous Philippine tradition meshes with consistent affects from the West. Rodell, a expert in Philippine heritage and society, beautifully conjures up the breadth of the Philippines for college kids and most of the people. the big variety of Philippine traditions is visible in every one subject coated: the land, humans, and heritage; faith and notion; literature and paintings; structure; delicacies and model; gender, marriage, and kinfolk; gala's, media, movie, and rest actions; song and dance; and social customs and lifestyle.
Culture and Customs of the Philippines is important to multicultural reference collections at the present time desiring authoritative details on modern Asia that may trap readers' cognizance. curiosity within the Philippines, a former U.S. colony, is principally excessive. a few highlights of the quantity comprise dialogue of the Tagalog, the valuable ethnic staff; the amalgamation of Christian, folks, and Muslim ideals; the bahay kubo, the agricultural apartment variety; and the all-important Philippine relatives. A chronology, thesaurus, and various pictures increase the text.
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Page 11 Thus, Manila was a protected port city for international trade and a secure colonial headquarters that dominated the important island of Luzon. Until its demise in 1811, the Galleon Trade never completely fulfilled the hopes of the Spanish king in Madrid, but it did bring immense profits to the Spanish residents of Manila who invested heavily in it. Except for a few officials appointed to administer nearby provinces, the bulk of the Spanish civilian population lived contentedly in Manila, borrowing money and speculating on the annual galleon shipment.