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In the Philippines, there is a holiday that is referred to as Undas. This holiday is also sometimes referred to as “Araw ng mga Patay” which if translated in English means “Day of the Dead”.

Families gather in cemeteries and bring food and drink for their dead relatives which some believed that the deceased are taking part in the feast alongside the living.

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