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Material Lore Behavioral Lore Behavioral: Superstition Behavioral: showing respect Behavioral:celebrations Material: Transportation Material: Food Oral: Songs Legends Filipino:
Duwende
Manananggal
Aswang

Taiwan:
Wu Feng Filipino:
1. Lawiswis Kawayan (
2. Lupang Hinirang
Taiwanese
1. Remembering Anping

Filipino:
Pancit Palabok
Banana Con Yelo
Street food

Taiwanese:
Dumplings
Siopao Filipino:
Kalesa

Taiwanese:
Horses
Bicycle Filipino:
When you cut a cat's tail into two, it will turn into a tiyanak.

Taiwanese:
if a pregnant woman goes to she should have funeral rituals appropriate for the wife of the eldest son ( – dàso). To protect my baby, I was advised to wear a red scarf around my belly.
And having a lucky talisman on me helped as well. Filipino:
Amen to elderly

Taiwanese:
Putting an arm around another's shoulder, winking and pointing with your index finger are all considered rude gestures. Point with an open hand.. Filipino:
Sinulog Festival
Devotional crucifixions

Taiwanese:
Ghost Festival
Double Ninth Day Asian culture Oral Lore the end ! Filipino and Taiwanese
culture credits Lynn Anne Galang: Presentations
Rae Jennet Orsolino: Presentation, Props
Kelley Bayatan: Speaker
Justin M. Dizon: Speaker
Willard Lee: Speaker
Filipino:

Language: Tagalog, Philippines main language.
Ex.: "How are you?" ---- "Kumusta ka na?"

Language: Kapampangan
Ex.: "Thank You" ---- "Salamat"

Taiwan:

Ex.: "Hi" ---- "Ni-hao"
"Bye" ---- "Zaijian" Oral: Language Home supplies/Instruments Filipino:
1. Walis
2. Bamboo Chair

Chinese:
1. Gong
2. Ernu
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