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failing to bring pasalubong for someone can sometimes be perceived negatively. loved ones. literally meaning "something meant for you when you welcome me back. and the anticipation of getting pasalubong from a parent coming home is often a cherished childhood memory for most Filipinos.Pasalubong Pasalubong is the Filipino tradition of a homecoming gift. . While pasalubong are not compulsory or even expected. Pasalubong can be any gift or souvenir brought for family. It is also a sign of thoughtfulness. The gesture of handing out pasalubong emphasizes the gladness at reuniting with one's loved ones and the relief at being back home safe. relatives. Particular importance is given to gifts for children. Cultural Significance The tradition of giving a pasalubong is of great cultural importance for Filipinos as it strengthens the bond with the immediate family. or friends after being away for a period of time." It is one of the most distinctive and widely practiced Filipino traditions. It can also be any gift given by someone arriving from a distant place. The word is Tagalog. and friends.

regional delicacies. Unlike traditional pasalubong.Typical Pasalubong Pasalubong can range from ordinary sweets (like chocolates). They can also be other items like clothing. these are not usually given in person but are sent by air freight. novelty items. and toys. to imported goods. Pasalubong can also be as exotic as a balikbayan box filled with gifts from a foreign country. handicraft items. Pasalubong Center . ornaments. artwork. accessories.

Regional delicacies for pasalubong .

novelty items. artworks for pasalubong .Accessories. ornaments. handicraft items.

Balikbayan box for pasalubong .

endless Christmas Parties. Food is provided either through potluck. many offices organise Christmas parties. These include the shopping. or right before schools and universities go on holiday. Plenty of Filipino Customs and Traditions make the Christmas Season in the Philippines an exciting and challenging affair. Christmas parties In urban areas like Metro Manila. Filipinos from all over spend this entire season with enormously rich yuletide traditions of merry-making observed up to the present day. the bazaars. usually beginning as early as the arrival of the "-ber" months (September. and so on). Common activities include Monito/Monita . Some have fireworks displays. or via a pool of contributions to buy food. the Simbang Gabi and food that get popular only during Christmas time. .Paskong Pinoy Paskong Pinoy is one of the world's longest running Christmas celebrations. musical or theatrical performances and parlor games. October. These are usually held during the second week of December.

including bibingka (rice flour and egg-based cake. This series of Masses lasts from December 16 to 24. pasta. cooked using coal burners above and under). salabát (a ginger tisane) and tsokoláte (thick Spanish-style hot chocolate). and is a very important tradition. God will grant any special wish he makes. Christmas Eve For Filipinos. fruit salad and hamón (Christmas ham). sticky rice delicacy steamed in bamboo tubes.Simbang Gabi/Misa de Gallo Traditionally. Christmas Day is ushered in by a novena of dawn Masses known as the Misa de Gallo ("Rooster's Mass") in Spanish and in Filipino as Simbang Gabi (literally. Some families would also open presents at this time. Attendance at the nine Masses is meant to show the believer's devotion to God as well as to heighten anticipation for the Nativity of Jesus. Catholic families eat traditional Filipino holiday fare sold outside the church. tsokoláte. A popular belief is that upon the devotee's completion of the nine Masses. After hearing Mass. . buttered then sprinkled with brown sugar and shredded dried coconut meat). either within the church precincts or during breakfast at home. and the traditional Noche Buena feast. Drinks include coffee. which includes: queso de bola (Spanish: "ball of cheese) sealed with red wax. Family members dine together at around midnight on traditional yuletide fare. Christmas Eve ("Bisperas ng Pasko") on 24 December is celebrated with the Midnight Mass. Vendors offer many native delicacies. The Simbang Gabi begins as early as three o'clock in the morning. "Night Mass"). putò bumbóng (a purple.

8. . 1. 9. 말이 없는 참여자와도 쉽게 친밀감을 형성할 수 있 다. 미술치료는 아동이 지닌 생각이나 감정을 자유롭게 표현하는 활동이므로 치료자가 직접적으 로는 관찰하기 힘든 행동에 대한 경향들을 파악할 수 있다. 6. 미술치료는 소심하고 위축된 유아나 아동. 3. 미술치료는 유아나 아동이 마음을 다치게 하지 않으면서도 자유롭게 활동에 참여하도록 한다. *유아와 아동의 심리적 치유를 위해 접근한 미술치료의 필요성과 중요성 에 대해 토롞해보자. 미술치료는 그림을 활용하는 것이므로 얶어에 의한 의사소통 기술의 부족한 것을 보완할 수 있다.Paskong Pinoy is one of the world's longest running Christmas celebrations. 일종의 성취감과 자아졲중감 등을 가지게 된다. and so on). 미술치료는 유아나 아동이 그림을 그리는 과정을 통해 고통스런 과거의 경험을 해소하도록 돕 는다.미술치료는 그림이라는 표현의 자유를 통해 유아나 아동이 지닌 억압된 과거의 욕구나 미래의 소망을 상징적으로 표현할 수 있다. October. 미술치료는 스스로 자신의 감정을 주도하고 조절하도록 한다. 7. 4. 5. 예를 들어 공격적 인 성향을 가짂 참여자가 가짂 자신의 분노나 적대감을 표현할 때 사회적 수용이 가능하게 표현 할 수 있도록 도와준다. Filipinos from all over spend this entire season with enormously rich yuletide traditions of merry-making observed up to the present day. 미술치료는 특히 장애로 인해 놀이 활동에 참여할 수 없는 경우에도 미술활동은 도움이 된다. 미술치료는 미술활동을 통해 부정적 감정을 해소하는 방법을 가르쳐 준다. usually beginning as early as the arrival of the "-ber" months (September. 2. 따라서 치료자가 참여자의 방어기제 없이 무의식 세계를 파악할 수 있다. 자신이 그리고 싶은 것을 그린 미술작품을 보면서 쾌감과 자신감을 갖게 된다.

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