MCI's Fourth Annual Cultural Celebration
Date: First week of August, 2016
The MCI’s 4th Annual Cultural Celebration is a celebration of life, a thanksgiving for the gifts of nature, the wealth of culture, the bounties of harvest and serenity of living. Philippine have evolved into a cultural wherein food places a primary importance in their lives. At the MCI's cultural night each student presents their tribal dance and food. We have come to recognize food as more than just sustenance. it is a way of life for each tribe. Philippines cuisine is not very famous when compared to Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Thai, Vietnamese cooking have taken center stage in the world. Filipino cuisine more than just adobo and pancit. Philippine history has made sure of that. Geographically located as an archipelago off the Malay Peninsula and bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the right, Philippine has been part of the trade routes of yore. Philippine has been colonized by the Spanish, Japanese and Americans. Philippine had immigrants from Chinese and Malay neighbors. Actually Philippine is a melting pot of people and thus their cuisine as well.
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