Philipino dating customs
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Latinos and Filipinos love to get together with their huge families and eat lots of food. You gotta invite all your cousins, your titos and titas (tíos and tías) and of course, your lolo and lola (abuelo and abuela).
This is one reason why Filipino parents oversee the activities of their children especially their daughters.
And like all good Catholics, Filipinos and Latinos really love baby Jesus.
The Santo Niño de Cebú is especially venerated by Filipino Catholics.
In the Philippines, the woman has to wait for the man to express his affection for her.
But expressing his feeling and his intention to court are not as easy as buying a candy in the store. First, the man has to ask permission from the woman's parent.
Words like: bayabas (from guayaba), abokado (avocado), papaya, sayote (chayote), and zapote (sapote).
Just like most countries in Latin America, the vast majority of the Filipino population is Catholic (about 90%).
September 15 marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month.
For a few weeks out of the year, everyone (and every brand) is trying to grab a piece of the Latino pie (some even refer to it as Hispandering Heritage Month.) There will be lots of folkloric dresses and dancing, lots of mariachis and sombreros, lots of taco and Margarita drink specials — you know cuz all Latinos are basically Mexican.
One of the largest groups that gets ignored are our Filipino brothers and sisters.
As a colony of Spain for just as many years as Mexico, the Philippine Islands have just as much Hispanic cultural influences as any other Latin American country.
He would express to them his intention of courting their daughter.