De Leon: 8 things only Filipinos do during All Saints' Day

BLESS Kuya Kim, the news teams and the snippets of information they frequently share to go along with our preparation for #Undas2017.

Giving respects to the dead, long after they're gone is truly engrained in our culture as Filipinos, like with other races that put high value to family and traditions. Hence, as early as today, people will start flocking to cemeteries, cleaning tombs, bringing flowers, lighting candles and most importantly, praying.

But aside from these practices, I've jotted down few things we've all
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