How can Filipinos change their negative traditions like ninjas cogon into a positive one?

First who or what "ningas cogon" is I have not a clue. As to changing a peoples negative attitudes, remember they are only negative because they are different to ours who assume that we have positive attitudes. It might have helped if you had mentioned just one negative attitude that the Filipino...

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What is a barong Tagalog?

the national dress of the filipino male

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What is the Philippine national dress?

Barong Tagalog and BARO'T SAYA

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What is the Philippine's national costume or dress?

The Philippines has 2 national costumes.. The barong tagalog for men and baro't saya for women.

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What are the stereotypes of Filipinos?

That they know Spanish and that they work in hospital custodial positions are stereotypes of Filipinos. In reality, many Filipinos do not rely upon Spanish other than as a research language regarding their archipelago's history while many others indeed may work in hospitals, but as doctors and nu...

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What is the national costume of ilocano?

The Ilocano are a group of people who are native to the Philippines. The national costume of Ilocano people includes short pants and dusters for males while females wear short pants or skirts and a shirt.

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What are Filipino burial customs and traditions?

1. wearing black clothes or white. 2. don't take a bath on a house where the burial take place 3. if the dead has been killed by other people put a chicks over the glass of the coffin so that the justice will comes out 4. if the glass of the coffin break it is a bad luck the person who is so clos...

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What tradition in other countries is similar to the siesta?

Siesta is a Spanish word that comes from the Latin sexta hora, meaning the sixth hour (after dawn), so a midday nap, usually after the meal. The siesta probably began in Spain, and then spread to many Latin American countries. The heat of the midday sun, as well as a midday meal would both contri...

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Why do the Philippine celebrate an occasion?

It's Philippines. with an 's'. Because Filipinos are very traditional and sentimental in a way.

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What is arawn paska?

i think you mean "araw ng pasko" and to answer your question, it is Christmas day

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What is the culture of the Filipino when it is Halloween?

The Filipino culture observes Halloween starting on November 1st to November 2nd. They call it Undas which means All Souls' Day and it is a non-working holiday. On these days, tombs of the departed relatives are visited and also give prayer offerings.

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Why are the barong tagalog and baro't saya chosen the national costume?

Dahil ito ang mga kasuotan ng mga pilipino noong unang panahon.

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