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— by Ar. Vittoria Mawis-Aliston: The mere mention of Pampanga could easily bring to mind the mouthwatering, savory dishes for which this province is known.
But the Culinary Capital of the Philippines offers more than just a delectable cuisine, as Pampanga is also famous for its intricate woodworks, colorful lanterns and red clay jars, among other creations. With its traditional arts and crafts dating back to the Spanish times, it’s no wonder why this province became home to many skilled artisans and craftsmen…
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