Philippine Primer – Volume 28
COVER – With a food culture so diverse, it is not difficult to imagine how Chinese cuisine has become one of the world’s three great cuisines. China’s food culture is interwoven by distinct regional traditions and innovations, a very exciting domain to explore with one’s taste buds. Bearing a lot of similarities to Filipino cuisine – not to mention the practice of communal dining – Chinese food has not been difficult to adopt in the Philippines, and now you easily find many in Metro Manila. Each has its unique offerings that let you get a taste of this globally renowned cuisine.
TRAVEL – Baguio is perhaps one of the few places in the Philippines that one can never get tired of. It continues to amaze and inspire people to this day, such that it has gained another title – a UNESCO Creative City. Thanks to the recent development of TPLEX, it is much closer than ever to Manila. In this issue, we re-visit Baguio – the Philippines’ Summer Capital, the City of Pines, a Creative City.
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