- the average income in the Philippines was $11,959.56
-Climate of the Philippines is either tropical rainforest, tropical savanna, tropical monsoon or humid subtropical.
-Filipinos cook a variety of foods influenced by Western, Pacific Islander, Asian cuisine and Spain.
-Filipinos are very fond of music. They use various materials to create sound. Settlers from Spain introduced to them a variety of musical instruments lie the ukelele, trumpet, drums and violin.
-The Philippines is the only majority Christian nation in Asia. Eighty percent of its population identifies as Roman Catholic.
-The Philippines is the only country in the world whose flag is hoisted upside down the country is at war.
-The Philippines is named after King Philip II of Spain(1556-1598) and it was a Spanish colony for over 300 years. Today the Philippines is an archipelago of 7,000 islands. The first people in the Philippines were hunter-gatherers. They grew rice and domesticated animals. The Philippines became independent on 4 July 1946. Manuel Roxas was the first president of the newly independent nation. Today the Philippines is still poor but things are changing. Since 2010 Philippine economy has grown at about 6% a year. Today there is reason to be optimistic for the future.
a description of a famous historical event
400,000 BCE- people belonging to the species Homo Erectus set foot on the Philippines.
55,000BCE-The first Homo Sapiens in the Philippines
50,000BCE-Early humans made stone tools in the Tabon Cave in Palawan.
8,000BCE-The ancestors in the other cave: Batangas, Bulacan and Rizal.
Famous people in the Philippines
Review of a popular tourist attraction in the Philippines
An Overview of food, agriculture and overstock.
Culinary History of the Philippines.
Adobong Manok (Chicken in vinegar Sauce)
- Chicken, cut into serving pieces -- 2 1/2 to 3 pound
- White vinegar -- 3/4 cup
- Soy sauce -- 1/4 cup
- Onion, thinly sliced -- 1/2
- Garlic, crushed -- 4-6 cloves
- Bay leaf -- 1-2
- Peppercorns -- 6-8
- Salt -- 1 teaspoon
- Water -- 1 cup
- Oil -- 1/4 cup