PART I: PHILIPPINE CULTURE 1. This Ensemble Was Also Affectionately Named Th…

PART I: PHILIPPINE CULTURE

1. This ensemble was also affectionately named the _________ dress, after the mestiza protagonist of the Philippine national hero, Jose Rizal’s controversial novel Noli Me Tangere in 1887. The dress itself was the metaphor for modest, elegant and feminine traits in the novel. 

a. Baro’t saya
b.Maria Clara
c.Terno
d.Tapis

2. This traditional cloth was used first by Tagalog women who had to wrap a thicker material over skirts made of sheer fabric. It was usually worn with the opening in front, and with colors that contrasted with the skirt. 

a.Baro’t saya
b. Maria Clara
c. Terno
d.Tapis

3. The __________ has become the national Filipino costumer for men, for all significant events.

a. Barong Tagalog
b. Maria Clara
c.Camisita De Chino
d. Tapis

4. This is a collarless garment with long sleeves, worn first by Indios who had to labor under tropical heat. The shirt cut evokes its Chinese or origins. 

a. Balintawak
b. Bahag
c. Camisita De Chino
d.Tapis

5. During the Pre-Colonial Period, the early Filipinos used bark or plain woven fabric as material for clothing. The _______ was wrapped around the waist line of men

a.Balintawak
b.Bahag
c.Camisita De Chino
d.Tapis

6. This Filipino clothing consisted of a skirt, butterfly sleeves and a low-cut bodice. Filipinas wore the ensemble during visits to the countryside.

a.Maria Clara
b.Balintawak
c.Terno
d.Tapis

7. In early 2oth Century, The Filipino _______ evolved from the Barot Saya and the Maria Clara, and pertains to the matching of blouse and skirt, forming a one place creation made of a homogeneous material throughout.

a.Baro’t saya
b.Maria Clara
c.Terno
d.Tapis

8. This refers to the collarless blouse influenced by the costume of statues by the Blessed Virgin brought by Spanish missionaries, this was adapted from the basic lines of European skirts styles during the 1600s.

a.Baro’t saya
b.Maria Clara
c.Terno
d.Camisita De Chino

9. This refers to a Filipino custom derived from the Tagalog word “bayan” for nation, town or community. This literally means “being in a bayan” and it refers to a fundamental aspect of Filipino culture: working together as a community to achieve a common goal.

a.Paninilbihan.
b.Pakikipagkapwa-tao
c.Harana
d.Bayanihan

10. This was a traditional form of courtship in the Philippines wherein men introduced themselves and/or wooed women by singing underneath her window at night. It was widely practiced in old Philippines with a set of protocols, a code of conduct and a specific style of music.
a.Paninilbihan.
b.Pakikipagkapwa-tao
c.Harana
d.Bayanihan

PART II: JAPANESE CULTURE

1. Japan is known as the ____________. It is called by this name because the sun rises first in Japan and then in any other part of the world.

a.The land of the rising Sun
b.The land of the rising Tiger
c.The land of Promise
d.The land of the beauties

2. These refer to the four (4) largest islands of Japan.

a.Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, Shikoku
b.Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, Akiru
c.Honshu, Hokkaido, Shatsihu, Shikoku
d.Honshu, Hokoku, Kyushu, Shikoku

3. What seasons do Japanese people celebrate their traditional wedding?

a.Autumn & Summer
b.Spring &Summer
c.Spring & Fall
d.Summer & Autumn

4. These refer to the gifts that the Groom receive during their engagement.

a.Hakama pants/Short
b.“Obi” Kimono sash
c.Hakama pants/Skirts
d.Kimono & Hakama

5. _________________ and _____________ are gifts to the couple during engagement which symbolize Lasting Marriage.

a.Shiraga & Obi
b.Shiraga & Sumure
c.Katsuo-bushi & Obi
d.Katsuo-bushi & Sumure

Answer:

PART I: PHILIPPINE CULTURE

Explanation:

1. This ensemble was also affectionately named the _________ dress, after the mestiza protagonist of the Philippine national hero, Jose Rizal’s controversial novel Noli Me Tangere in 1887. The dress itself was the metaphor for modest, elegant and feminine traits in the novel.  

a. Baro’t saya

b.Maria Clara

c.Terno

d.Tapis

2. This traditional cloth was used first by Tagalog women who had to wrap a thicker material over skirts made of sheer fabric. It was usually worn with the opening in front, and with colors that contrasted with the skirt.  

a.Baro’t saya

b. Maria Clara

c. Terno

d.Tapis

3. The __________ has become the national Filipino costumer for men, for all significant events.

a. Barong Tagalog

b. Maria Clara

c.Camisita De Chino

d. Tapis

4. This is a collarless garment with long sleeves, worn first by Indios who had to labor under tropical heat. The shirt cut evokes its Chinese or origins.  

a. Balintawak

b. Bahag

c. Camisita De Chino

d.Tapis

5. During the Pre-Colonial Period, the early Filipinos used bark or plain woven fabric as material for clothing. The _______ was wrapped around the waist line of men

a.Balintawak

b.Bahag

c.Camisita De Chino

d.Tapis

6. This Filipino clothing consisted of a skirt, butterfly sleeves and a low-cut bodice. Filipinas wore the ensemble during visits to the countryside.

a.Maria Clara

b.Balintawak

c.Terno

d.Tapis

7. In early 2oth Century, The Filipino _______ evolved from the Barot Saya and the Maria Clara, and pertains to the matching of blouse and skirt, forming a one place creation made of a homogeneous material throughout.

a.Baro’t saya

b.Maria Clara

c.Terno

d.Tapis

8. This refers to the collarless blouse influenced by the costume of statues by the Blessed Virgin brought by Spanish missionaries, this was adapted from the basic lines of European skirts styles during the 1600s.

a.Baro’t saya

b.Maria Clara

c.Terno

d.Camisita De Chino

9. This refers to a Filipino custom derived from the Tagalog word “bayan” for nation, town or community. This literally means “being in a bayan” and it refers to a fundamental aspect of Filipino culture: working together as a community to achieve a common goal.

a.Paninilbihan.

b.Pakikipagkapwa-tao

c.Harana

d.Bayanihan

10. This was a traditional form of courtship in the Philippines wherein men introduced themselves and/or wooed women by singing underneath her window at night. It was widely practiced in old Philippines with a set of protocols, a code of conduct and a specific style of music.

a.Paninilbihan.

b.Pakikipagkapwa-tao

c.Harana

d.Bayanihan

PART II: JAPANESE CULTURE

1. Japan is known as the ____________. It is called by this name because the sun rises first in Japan and then in any other part of the world.

a.The land of the rising Sun

b.The land of the rising Tiger

c.The land of Promise

d.The land of the beauties

2. These refer to the four (4) largest islands of Japan.

a.Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, Shikoku

b.Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, Akiru

c.Honshu, Hokkaido, Shatsihu, Shikoku

d.Honshu, Hokoku, Kyushu, Shikoku

3. What seasons do Japanese people celebrate their traditional wedding?

a.Autumn & Summer

b.Spring &Summer

c.Spring & Fall

d.Summer & Autumn

4. These refer to the gifts that the Groom receive during their engagement.

a.Hakama pants/Short

b.“Obi” Kimono sash

c.Hakama pants/Skirts

d.Kimono & Hakama

5. _________________ and _____________ are gifts to the couple during engagement which symbolize Lasting Marriage.

a.Shiraga & Obi

b.Shiraga & Sumure

c.Katsuo-bushi & Obi

d.Katsuo-bushi & Sumure

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