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Ateneo School of Humanities presents Alipin, a thesis play by Ariane Lim

Ateneo School of Humanities Fine Arts Theater Arts Program presents Alipin (Slave), a thesis play by Ariane Lim under the writing supervision of Glen Mas. Alipin is a historiographical drama set in pre-colonial Philippine archipelago. It is inspired from the Kavi … Continue reading

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Sagada’s Begnas Ritual

Begnas in Kankanaey language means thanksgiving. The ritual is participated by all men in the village: children, youth, fathers and elders. From their own homes, they walk through the papayew (rice terraces) as well as pine forests chanting and eventually … Continue reading

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Art, songs, poetry and flowers for Kristel Tejada

While in Koronadal City waiting for my bus to Gensan, there was a hullabaloo in the Yellow Bus Line station. I thought if it was news about some ambush or kidnapping, I had prepared myself for it but no, people were … Continue reading

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Cotabato Chronicle: Gensan by Day

Having explored Cotabato City and Lake Sebu, my next destination was Gensan, shortened name for General Santos City which is also known as Dadiangas in indigenous B’laan who are the original settlers in the area displaced by Luzon settlers. Given … Continue reading

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Cotabato Chronicle: Cultural Exchange with T’boli Indigenous People at Lake Sebu

As I was planning my trip to Cotabato, I learned from wanderingcha of the homestay T’boli School of Living Traditions (SLT) in Purok Lambanig, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato. The only way to get there from Brgy. Awang in North Cotabato City is … Continue reading

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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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Portraits of Women in High Spirit Exhibit

College of the Holy Spirit – Mendiola and Lenore RS Lim Foundation for the Arts present High Spirit exhibit at the Pasilyo Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby) and Pasilyo Vicente Manansala (2F Hallway Gallery), Cultural Center of the Philippines … Continue reading

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Amungan para sa Lingkod Katribu

 

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2013 Kaigorotan Youth Week: Politics of Change and Good Governance

More Photos here. Videos to be posted soon. The Kaigorotan Youth Week (KGW) is a solidarity youth action in commemoration of the 1983 Cordillera Youth March against destructive projects in indigenous communities such as the Chico Dam and massive logging of Cellophil … 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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