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LOOK: Residents feast on giant Pancit Malabon

By: - Reporter / @KAguilarINQ
/ 01:59 PM December 12, 2019
LOOK: Residents feast on giant Pancit Malabon

Pancit overload! The Giant Pancit Malabon highlights the Festival attended by Mayor Lenlen Oreta, Councilor Enzo Oreta and other City officials.

MANILA, Philippines — Malabon City residents were treated to a giant bilao of flavorful noodles as the town celebrated the Pancit Malabon Festival this week.

About 500 residents alongside city officials on Tuesday shared the colossal serving of Pancit Malabon – measuring 15 feet in diameter – overloaded with toppings.

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The Pancit Malabon Festival, which was previously called Luglugan, is celebrated to mark the end of the feast of the Immaculate Concepcion.

LOOK: Residents feast on giant Pancit Malabon

Pancit overload! The Giant Pancit Malabon highlights the Festival attended by Mayor Lenlen Oreta, Councilor Enzo Oreta and other City officials.

“Ang Pancit Malabon Festival ay bahagi ng mayamang kultura ng lungsod,” Malabon City Mayor Lenlen Oreta said.

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(The Pancit Malabon Festival is part of this city’s rich culture.)

“Napakasaya ng okasyong ito dahil naipapakita natin ang pagkakaisa at pagsasama-sama ng Pamilyang Malabonian. Mahalaga sa atin ang pagkakaisa para patuloy pang umangat ang ating lungsod,” she added.

(This occasion is very festive as it shows the unity and togetherness of Malabon residents. It’s important to unite for the continuous improvement of our city.)

Edited by KGA
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