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Cotabato from the Sky

Shots from the aircraft window in my Manila-Cotabato flight. More photos here. You might also want to read: Impressions of Cotabato City Old and New Cultural Exchange with T’boli Indigenous People at Lake Sebu General Santos (Gensan) by Day Siargao … Continue reading

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My Heart Bleeds for our Muslim Brothers and Sisters in Sabah

It’s hard to smile nowadays when you know your brothers and sisters are being butchered in Malaysia. I am not a Muslim but I am a native of Mindanao which is predominantly a Muslim part of the Philippines. My mother … Continue reading

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Ifugao Children’s Song: Kor Bakokor

Kor bakokor Indalan nad daor Ongar ti gatti na Ongar ti gopak na The song tells about the turtle who walks soooo slowly. In a circle, everyone walks like a turtle at slow pace first then going fast.

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