Etiquette, Do's and Don't's in every way and situations - Etc.
--
Full of Memories, Dreams & Informations

- Now objects to help for you and e.g. Education -

"Never forget the roots of your family"

A little serious of our mind:

Try to imagine, that your grandchildren can´t speak with you in your language......

Learn your family the language of the roots, so your family - children can speak their language from childhood!

Learn your family the culture of the roots, so your family understand and respect the roots e.g. Mano Po!
--
Please make links to our sites - and CONTROL links work well. If you like to embed our sites, you HAVE TO ask us first!

You are welcome to contact us, just use the widget at the bottom of the screen!

Be notified when this page is updated it's private

It´s a good idea to a start looking the mainpage About Philippines with the full Index, informations and descriptions of - link to all sites, because NONE of our sites can´t stand alone.

We recommend to use a "REAL computer" and the best browser is Edge or Firefox for looking our sites!
Don't use "Private browsing" because in some browsers so some informations are missing e.g. the "Share widget" etc. AND you can get error, if a filename include special letters e.g. ñ in Santo Niño or Malacañang.

Look INFO with IMPORTANT informations e.g.:

  • Full INDEX aboutphilippines.ph
  • Status for our servers e.g. planned downtime
  • WHY it´s important to tell, if you find a "dead" link, send a mail and tell where!
  • WHY you can look our pages, but other can't!
  • WHEN an of you used IP will be blocked for the future!
  • IMPORTANT - NEVER use!
  • About, Privacy and Disclaimer

If you are looking for ??? on this site, LOOK, but

The subject for this site is filling so much, so it's impossible for us to "tell everything" about it.
So sorry, but we may recommend you also to search for informations using e.g. Google etc.

Use ONLY https:// ALL our pages are https - NOT http:// - Look the NEW Sitemap (opens in a new window)
If you have bookmarked - made a link used http://, please change it to https://

Here you can select, just click:

REMARK and Luzviminda

Etiquette, Customs, Protocol, Do's and Don't's

Attire and Etiquette in the church and in the cemetery

Filipino table manners, etiquette and Dining and Drinking Tutorials - Etc.

Whistleblowing

Respect in the Filipino Culture - Mano Po

Sexuality

"Body" Languages

WEB Etiquette - Social Media - Etc.

Full index and description of all our sites as pdf

It´s a good idea to look too.. many more subject

Remark: Authorities etc. and Laws, Codes, Rules, etc. are the places to look more of these subjects.
Many files are pdf, PowerPoint or eBook marked with - -

If you miss a reader - viewer - or ???: Look HELP

go to overview

In the left column

LEFT Click the blue link or logo and REMARK these can be "down in the row", if there are many extra blue link or logo in the row in the right column about the subject!
A "top" link Video(s) tells the video-logo(s) in that column "room" will open a main-album on Videostation

Look the video in the album - sub-album AND look the FULL descriptions of the video - photo links in the albums.

IMPORTANT look also HELP for the VideoStation!

In the right column

Description about what to look and maybe an extra blue link or logo about the subject.

The Territory, Administrative divisions, Regions, Provinces - some Cities - Cebu Province "Special"

all about:

Luzviminda - LuzViMinda
(look Photos in full size)

a portmanteau of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, the names of the three major island groups.

Look also The Philippine Baseline Law and Know Your Boundaries

Turn a Child-Sex Tourist Into an Ex-Tourist

If you see anything that makes you uneasy or raises your suspicions you must call the authorities. They will carefully investigate the situation and act if a crime is being committed.

CALL (+632) 117

Look Turn a Child-Sex Tourist Into an Ex-Tourist HERE

Look advices HERE

IMPORTANT: Read also PROTECT PHILIPPINE CHILDREN

Etiquette, Customs, Protocol, and Do's and Don't's

Look also Culture

go to main-overview

 

Bureau of Immigration of Philippines - BI

Immigration Administrative Circular No. SBM-2013-007

DRESS CODE POLICY

The public shall be denied access to the bureau if they fail to observe the Dress Code Policy

BI IMPLEMENTS DRESS CODE

Both articles are in 1 pdf file

Pare, boss, dear and Pinoy culture
by Sylvia Estrada Claudio February 13, 2017
How does one call people appropriately these days? When is 'dear' acceptable? Or, for that matter, 'bok'?
There has been a lot of analysis that social media has become a monster, what with fake news and trolling. It’s a bit like inviting the dumbest people and the worst perverts into your home via your computer screen.
Re-introducing the Filipinos to the Escalator Etiquette
September 06, 2016
It’s the usual morning scenarios for the Filipino commuters – the constant pushing and nudging, sometimes accidentally, most of the time, intentionally during rush hours in MRT/LRT and bus stations in the country.
Look also
Escalator Etiquette: A Friendly Reminder
By Pau Castillo August 9, 2016

and the Video:
Safety tips for Escalator Users
Published on May 3, 2017

Filipino Proper Manners and Etiquette

Social, Business, Dining etc.

Look as pdf but WITHOUT notes HERE

Look also:

Etiquette in the Philippines

Etiquette - Customs & Protocol

Etiquette & Customs

Meeting Etiquette
Gift Giving Etiquette
Dining Etiquette
Table manners
Business Etiquette & Protocol

Philippines Etiquette

Philippines Etiquette 2

Filipino Society, Etiquette, Protocols & Customs

Etiquette for Expats, Tourists and Other Visitors to the Philippines
by/
Jessica Zafra

Cultural Etiquette

Filipino etiquette and behaviour

Proper Manila etiquette for business and introductions

BUSINESS ETIQUETTE
by/Dean Danny Cabulay

Business Etiquette in the Philippines

by/Christina Hamlett, Demand Media
Business Meetings
Introductions
Conversations
Eating
Gifts to a Filipino colleague

Philippine Social and Business Culture

The Philippines Travel Etiquette

Catholic funeral mass etiquette for non-Catholics

Dress codes for foreigners

A Discussion about Dress codes for foreigners living in the Philippines

Videos

Remark these are albums in the album "Etiquette" in the album "Respect & Etiquette in the Filipino Culture"

--

Filipino Proper Manners and Etiquette

This video demonstrates the difference between eastern and western culture. Filipinos are known to be much more conservative than European and American, they are more promiscuous. This video illustrates the right and wrong way about: Social, Business, Dining etc.

--

How To Survive A Filipino House Party

Xochilt Sanchez is invited to her first-ever Filipino House Party. Mayhem ensues as she tries to navigate her way through the night's events, making one misstep after another. Will Xochilt survive? Take off your shoes, bring your appetite, Mano Po your elders, and get your karaoke pipes ready to find out.

--

Local Etiquette - Manila

How to behave in social situations in Manila.

Look the full description of the video HERE

--

Gym Etiquette

This video explores standard gym etiquette. Jun 21, 2014

Video

Underwater Etiquette

Scuba diving and taking underwater images is a great way to learn more and share what our oceans have to offer. Leaving them the same way we found them is vital for continued enjoyment of this precious resource. Through the videography of Steve De Neef the folks at Atmosphere Resorts have created a great resource to teach good diving etiquette to avoid harming both coral and critters, as well as yourself, and make the dive an enjoyable experience for all divers. This video was filmed and edited by Steve De Neef - www.stevedeneef.com and provided to ReefID by Atmosphere Resorts - www.atmosphereresorts.com in the Philippines.

Remark this is an album in the sub-album "Fauna - Etc."

“Do’s and Don’ts in the Philippines”

to every non-Filipino planning a visit. It’s full of funny anecdotes and you will be sure you won’t make any big mistakes or offend anyone.

Some Do's and Don't's - IN PHILIPPINE SOCIETY

Look also

Philippine Culture: DOs and DON'Ts

Don't be surprised to see kids and adults alike waving as you make your way through the welcoming streets of the Philippines - it's really in the nature of the Filipinos to extend their warmth to any guest of their country.

Attire and Etiquette in the church and in the cemetery

go to overview

Proper Catholic Etiquette at Mass and Away

Look the article as pdf HERE

Look also the Video

Church Etiquette

walkwithfriends wrote on Jul 31, 2011: A video we made at Silay about proper church etiquette

Remark this is an album in the sub-album "The Life in & with the Church, Etiquette & Why Do Catholics Do What They Do? - Etc."

Attire and Etiquette in the church

Look the article as pdf HERE look also

Reminders for the proper acts of respect inside the church

PROPER ATTIRE IN CHURCH POSTER
Video

A clip from Why Do Catholics Do What They Do? In Church

Symbols and signs are essential to the Roman Catholic Liturgy and Ritual. Candles: - What do they represent? How and when are they used and how do they effect us? What is the meaning of the water? Why do we kneel? This program will help young people, catechumens and even life-long Catholics to better understand the important reasons for these traditions and how they help us grow in faith.

General about being a catholic.

Remark this is an album in the sub-album "The Life in & with the Church, Etiquette & Why Do Catholics Do What They Do? - Etc."

Video

Do's and don'ts in the cemetery

Aside from you and your family, there are others who will also pay respect to their departed loved ones. Know how to act properly in the cemetery with these reminders from Unang Hirit. Oct 27, 2014

Filipino table manners, etiquette and Dining and Drinking Tutorials - Etc.

Look also Filipino food - Ethnic food - Drinks - Etc.

go to overview

How to: Setting a Buffet Table

Look the illustration in big size HERE

Dining etiquette in the Philippines

Look the article as pdf HERE

Table Manners

Like any other culture, Filipino culture has its own idiosyncrasies when it comes to table manners. Some of which cause Westerners to proclaim that all Filipino are rude.

This is NOT really true. It is completely acceptable behavior within Filipino culture.

Some of the traditions are also overwhelming POLITE

Eating with a Fork and Spoon

Eating with Hands (Kamayan)

Videos

Remark these are albums in the sub-album "Dining & Table Tutorials - How to Eat With a Spoon and Fork - OR with your hand"

--

How to Set a Dining Table

Before you set the table for fine dining, you must first consider the table itself. True fine dining necessitates a large table with ample room for the dinnerware that will serve several courses and beverage pairings. Under the most lavish conditions, there will be an expansive table covered with linen or lace, an appropriate centerpiece, candles, china, crystal and sterling cutlery.

Remark 2 videos in the album

--

Filipino Dining Tutorial by Mikey Bustos

Look ALSO the article "Dinner Time Customs in the Philippines"

--

Eating With a Spoon and Fork

We, Filipinos, eat with the spoon in tandem with the fork because our meals involve pairing rice with everything. This video shows the efficiency of the spoon-and-fork technique when eating the Pinoy favorite, chicken adobo and rice. By/Ruby Bayan (www.rubybayan.com)

--

How to eat with your hands: Kamayan

This is a tutorial of how to eat with your hands.

Video

Filipino Drinking Tutorial

Filipinos are fun to socially drink with, and this video explores some of the unique quirks of a Filipino drinker.
--
Filipino Coffee Tutorial by Mikey Bustos

Coffee is a big part of the Pinoy lifestyle. Here are some things I've observed with my family and kababayans when drinking coffee.

Filipino Proper Manners and Etiquette

Social, Business, Dining etc.

Look as pdf but WITHOUT notes HERE
Whistleblowing

go to overview

Whistleblowing

Awareness, Attitudes and Structures

Look also Whistleblower Protection Act – Where Is It?
By Bernadette Reyes

Whistleblower charged: Interview with Jun Lozada
August 30, 2012

Making whistleblowing safe: a view from the Philippines or as pdf HERE
by/Nica Dumlao 25 November 2015

BuCor whistle-blower gunned down
February 04, 2017

The whistle-blower on the alleged irregularities at the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) was gunned down by men riding in tandem at about 9 a.m. Saturday in Carmen, Davao del Norte.

Videos

Protecting Whistleblowers
Is whistle-blowing...

and

Whistleblower Association of the Philippines
Balitaan - Ulat ni Noel Perfecto: Whistleblower Association of the Philippines, nanawagan kay Benhur Luy at iba pa na magsabi ng totoo. Sep 25, 2013

PLEASE tell, if you think, a link or video, which we have got and uploaded to our sites is ILLEGAL - wrong, send a message with the link to us and tell WHY, so at once we can erase it.

You are always welcome to click and use Contact - Send a mail to us

God Bless you & Many regards
from
The "Balikbayan family-union - AboutPhilippines" far away from the beloved Philippines

go to main-overview