IN PHOTOS: Flair Towers’ Pistang Pinoy

Events and Culture, Miscellaneous.

Certain traditions should not be forgotten, especially if it’s a fun tradition for all ages.

Pistang Pinoy was recently held at Flair Towers to celebrate Filipino tradition despite modernity in the city. Living in a prime residential condo located at the center of CBDs should never deprive anyone of the good things a typical Filipino community has. That’s why Flair Towers’ Property Management Office decided to bring forth the Filipino spirit to uphold the sense of community inside this property.

Fun and games initiated the event, starting off with the Filipino favorite, Puk-pok Palayok. For those who are confused, this game is played by different participants who take turns in hitting the palayok (pot of clay) with a stick, but with a certain twist: they should be blindfolded. Participants are to only listen to the directions of the guide. The audience also get to have fun as they can also chant different directions to confuse the participant.

Little girl playing Pukpok Palayok at a party

Flair Towers kids participated in the game, which were guided and supported by their parents who also had a lot of fun. This was followed by the legendary Pabitin which never fails to get everybody excited.

Adults setting up a Pabitin game for kids at a party

Geez, these games never get old.

Children playing Pabitin games

And of course, there’s really no fiesta if food aren’t served on large, scrumptious servings for everybody to enjoy!

Adults getting food at Pista ng Pilipino event

Flair Towers kids also prepped up some dances in in respect for the Filipino culture. Here’s the Maglalatik Dance, graciously presented by the talented Flair Towers unit owners.

Three teenage boys dancing Maglalatik

Though not really part of the tradition, these little tots opted to dance along to the infamous “Baby Shark Dance”, much to the delight of all the audience. Aren’t they adorable?

Kids dancing at the Pista ng Pinoy event

The rest of the day was composed of happy faces from the homeowners, and PMO officers, of course. Indeed, another successful event with your help.

Boy spending time with relatives and friends

Let’s keep Filipino tradition alive, and our communities more fun!

People celebrating Pistang Pinoy with friends and family


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