Bahay Tsinoy

Bahay Tsinoy

Bahay Tsinoy (literally Chinese-Filipino House) is a museum located in the Intramuros section of Manila. Housed in a converted mansion, the museum documents the history, lives and accomplishments of the Chinese in the Philippines, as well as their position in society. [ [ KAISA Heritage Center] ]

ee also

*Chinese Filipino

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* [ Bahay Tsinoy]


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