Mano Po
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This sweeping tale of a Chinese-Filipino family's search for identity and place in Philippine history won praise from critics -- and also spawned two sequels. During the Chinese Revolution in 1949, a young Chinese trader, Fong Muan, marries the pretty Filipina Elisa. But life for their two children -- and their children's children -- who are raised in a mixture of Chinese and Filipino-Hispanic traditions, proves to be anything but normal.