What Are the Contributions of Japanese in the Philippines?

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Contributions of the Japanese in the Philippines include the teaching of certain industrial practices, including making firearms and other metal manufacturing, as well as food and farming techniques such as methods of poultry breeding. The Philippines was occupied by Japan during World War II.
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