• FILIPINO CULTURE
    sufficient to feed and cloth the people Duck culture was also practiced by the natives, particularly those around Pateros and Taguig City. This resembled the Chinese methods of artificial incubation of eggs and the knowledge of every phase of a duck's life. This tradition is carried on until modern times.[1] ...
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  • Ada Documents
    Music of Cordillera I II III IV TARGET GRADE LEVEL: Grade 7 MODULE 1: Music of Cordillera TIME ALLOTMENT: 2 Hours OVERVIEW OF THE MODULE The lesson is an overview on the music of the Cordillera, or the Highlands of Luzon, where several ethnolonguistic groups in the mountains of the Cordillera live. Through...
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  • Cordillera Administrative Lit101
    * Cordillera Administrative Region (C.A.R) * BRIEF BACKGROUND * The Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) is a region in the Philippines composed of the provinces of Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mountain Province, as well as Baguio City, the regional center. The Cordillera Administrative...
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  • Panagbenga Festival: One of Baguio's Strenght in Boosting Its Tourism Economy
    different cultural dances and local products. Panagbenga festival started way back in 1995. It reflects the history, traditions and values of the people of Baguio and the cordilleras . the festival was created as a tribute to the city’s flowers and as a way to rise up from devastation of the 1990 earthquake...
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  • Sdfsdgfsegt
    Ratagnon, Loktanon Ethno-linguistic groupings of Indigenous People The IPRA identifies 8 ethnographic regions in the country, namely: * The Cordillera * Administrative Region (CAR) * Region I * Region II * Region III * Rest of Luzon * Island Group * Southern and Eastern Mindanao...
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    " – Dulnuan Many people from the mountains of cordillera keep on saying that they are proud to be Igorots. But while these people are shouting their identities, some Cordillerans resent being called Igorots. What is it that makes people of the Cordillera be proud of being called as such? What is it that...
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  • Ifugao Art Tattoo
    AND VERSATILE STOREHOUSE OF FOLK CULTURE STILL  AWAITING THE LIGHT OF THE CRITIC’S EYES AND THE WIT OF  JOURNALIST’S PEN. THE HARDY MOUNTAIN TRIBES IN NORTHERN  LUZON AND THOSE IN OTHER REGIONS IN THE PHILIPPINES HAVE A  MOST UNIQUE AND COLORFUL ARTISTIC TRADITION. AND MOST OF IT  HAS BEEN PASSED...
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  • The God Stealer
    word Philippines. On the other hand, Sam Christie was an American who wanted to view the rice terraces of the Mountain Province (also known as the Cordilleras). He was also interested in purchasing an original figurine of an Ifugao god. His name was derived from Uncle Sam, a representation of the United...
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  • Syllabus
    | | | | |Philippine Music (lowlands, Cordillera Highlands, Aetas, Islam|Demonstrate understanding of and sensitivity to folk music of the different|Discussion |Recitation...
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  • Leah
    a fan. Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) * BANOG TYPE: Cordillera Dance ORIGIN: Ifugao  This dance depicts hunters protecting their hen and chicks in Binaylan from a hungry hawk. The hunters trap the hawk and kill it in the end. * BENDAYAN TYPE: Cordillera Dance ORIGIN:...
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  • Literature
    Information about cordillera autonomous region The Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) is a region in the Philippines composed of the provinces of Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mountain Province, as well as Baguio City, the regional center. The Cordillera Administrative Region encompasses...
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  • Information Batek
    meaning of tattoos, as well as the relationship between the practice and culture as a whole. The statements likewise reveal a distinctly ethnocentric deportment. Until today, tattooing and tattoo designs in the Cordilleras are best understood within the context of headhunting. Headhunting was the...
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  • God Stealer
    word Philippines. On the other hand, Sam Christie was an Americanwhowanted to view the rice terraces of the Mountain Province also known as the Cordilleras. Hewas also interested in purchasing an original figurine of an Ifugao god. His name was derivedfrom Uncle Sam, a representation of the United States...
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  • Rizal Life
    the Philippine culture from different regions and for us to know the history of our culture because folk dance traces our culture. 2. Characteristics of Philippine folk dance? * Differed from place to place. * Give pleasure to dancers and audiences. * Reflects cultures introduced by...
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  • Critical Analysis of “the God Stealer”
    word Philippines. On the other hand, Sam Christie was an American who wanted to view the rice terraces of the Mountain Province (also known as the Cordilleras). He was also interested in purchasing an original figurine of an Ifugao god. His name was derived from Uncle Sam, a representation of the United...
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  • Latin American Cutlural Studies
    imperialist. It was part of their culture and religion to have human sacrifices in return for water or food, for example. The Incans established themselves in Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia. Their capital was Lima, Peru. All of these countries are located in la cordillera andina, which is in the northern...
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  • the god stealer
    word Philippines. On the other hand, Sam Christie was an American who wanted to view the rice terraces of the Mountain Province (also known as the Cordilleras). He was also interested in purchasing an original figurine of an Ifugao god. His name was derived from Uncle Sam, a representation of the United...
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  • A Reaction to: the Philippine Nation-State, Minority Culture and Globalization an Essay by Leslie E. Bauzon, Ph.D.
    A reaction to: The Philippine Nation-State, Minority Culture and Globalization An essay by Leslie E. Bauzon, Ph.D. What is globalization to the members of the minority groups in the Philippines? How does globalization affect our ongoing struggle for unity among the Filipino people? And, as a whole...
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  • Iloveace
    the 16th century and the conflicts with the Moors. While certain words and movements from those cultures have been integrated into the dances, the Filipino dance genre remains true to its ancient tradition and roots. Philippine Folk Dance From courtship dances to those portraying various elements...
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  • Sagada
    involving them are much successful if they are the ones who planned it because they consider that they have more expertise on that since it’s their culture, traditions, and community as subject. After two conferences held in different locations, it has been agreed they needed a participative planning mechanism...
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