Thursday, May 8, 2014

Ongpin St.

The entrance to China Town in Binondo. Ongpin St. is known from its stores that sells low-carat golds, Chinese groceries, lucky charms, panciterias that sells Chinese delicacies, noodle houses and alternative medicines, but other than that, do you know that Ongpin St. was named after Don Roman Ongpin, a Chinese businessman who supported the Katipuneros against Spain.

Included in this are other street scenes in Binondo and some petshops in Aranque Market on Recto, Manila.

 Foo Dogs were believed to have powerful mythic protective benefits. used in other artistic contexts, Pairs of guardian lion statues are still common decorative and symbolic elements at the entrances to restaurants. usually seen in pairs, the pair would consist of a male resting his paw upon an embroidered ball.

 Street scenes in Carriedo and some pet shops in Aranque Market on Recto, Manila.

Ramon Lee was established since 1929 and is famous for its one order meal which includes the Ramon Lee's fried chicken, sweet and sour pork and fried rice with hot soup.

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