November 12, 2014

Bahay Tsinoy

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  • A Chinese museum with a touch of Filipino heritage, Bahay Tsinoy shows the relation of Chinese and Filipino during the early times from their first visit up to World War II.

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    Life-size diorama worth seeing

    Their collections consist of Ching Ban Lee Porcelain Gallery (Chinese ceramics found in the Philippines), Ang Siu Cham Collection of 19th Century prints and photographs (rare prints and photographs showing the Chinese living the Filipino way), and other interesting artifacts.

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    Famous Filipino personalities with Chinese heritage

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    Century-old photos of China town

     Address: KAISA-ANGELO KING HERITAGE CENTER, 32 Anda cor. Cabildo St., Intramuros, Manila

    Telephone: 02-526-6796/02-482-0512

    Business: Tuesday to Sunday, 1:00pm to 5:00pm

    Holiday: Monday

    Admission: Adult – P100; Student and children – P60

    Web: www.bahaytsinoy.org

    Email: info@bahaytsinoy

               
               
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