"Dulang Komedya" Essays and Research Papers

  • Dulang Komedya

    Jesus) Buhay ng lara ne aNg lee bata batuta  nagsulot sa lungga  hinabol ng palaka Dula DULANG KOMEDYA: Sa Pula, Sa Puti Plop! Click Kiti-Riki DULANG TRAHEDYA: Moses, Moses Jaguar Kahapon, Ngayon, Bukas(sarswela) Sinag Ng Karimlan Anghel ni Noel De Leon Ang Trahedya Sa balay ni kadil na isinulat ni Don pagurasa Dulang Melodrama: SarinManok ni Patrick c. Fernandez Dulang Parsa: Karaniwang Tao by: Joey Ayala Mariano Que–Mercury Drugstore Mariano Que initially...

    Beef, Curing, KFC 443  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Mistress Direkyon

    Nominated * Best Direction (Pinakamahusay na Direksyon) for Milan * Best Screenplay (Pinakamahusay na Dulang Pampelikula) for Milan (shared with Raymond Lee) 1997 Nominated * Best Direction (Pinakamahusay na Direksyon) for Madrasta * Best Screenplay (Pinakamahusay na Dulang Pampelikula) for Madrasta (shared with Ricardo Lee) 1996 Won * Best Screenplay (Pinakamahusay na Dulang Pampelikula) for Sana Maulit Muli (shared with Mel Mendoza-Del Rosario and Shaira Mella Salvador) Nominated ...

    1911, 1912, 1918 425  Words | 3  Pages

  • Spanish Era

    in rural areas all over the archipelago. These forms include the komedya, the playlets, the sinakulo, the sarswela, and the drama. In recent years, some of these forms have been revitalized to make them more responsive to the conditions and needs of a developing nation. The Komedya Descended from the Spanish comedia (play) of the 16th century, the local komedya first appeared in Latin and Spanish in Cebu in 1598. In 1609, the komedya on the martyrdom of Santa Barbara, the first in a native language...

    Drama, Jesus, Manila 7177  Words | 16  Pages

  • Drama and Plays

    continue to flourish among the different peoples of the archipelago include: the indigenous theater, mainly Malay in character, which is seen in rituals, mimetic dances, and mimetic customs; the plays with Spanish influence, among which are the komedya, the sinakulo, the playlets, the sarswela, and the drama; and the theater with Anglo-American influence, which encompasses bodabil and the plays in English, and the modern or original plays by Fihpinos, which employ representational and presentational...

    Drama, Filipino language, Filipino people 9055  Words | 26  Pages

  • Silkair

    Lamberto Avellana y Vera (Kung nais ninyong mabása ang bersiyong Ingles nito, pindutin ang Lamberto Avellana y Vera) Direktor sa pelikula at teatro, si Lamberto V. Avellana ay nagpamalas ng galing sa pagsipat sa kamera na nilapatan ng pagdama mula sa dulang pang-entablado. Isinalin niya sa telon ang rikit at lalim ng kaligirang Filipino, at nagkamit ng maraming parangal sa loob at labas ng bansa dahil sa iniluwal na mga obra maestra. ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- ...

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  • Spanish Era

    presses were owned and managed by the religious orders. Thus, religious themes dominated the literature of the time.  In the 18th century, secular literature from Spain in the form of medieval ballads inspired the native poetic-drama form called the komedya, later to be called moro-moro because these often dealt with the theme of Christians triumphing over Moslems.  Fransisco Baltazar (1788-1862), popularly called Balagtas, is the acknowledged master of traditional Tagalog poetry. His narrative poem...

    French language, Language, Latin alphabet 1061  Words | 4  Pages

  • Random Facts about Bukidnon

    highlander or mountain dweller. Bukidnon is considered to be the food basket of Mindanao. It is the major producer of rice and corn in the region. Plantations in the province also produce pineapples, bananas and sugarcane. Bukidnon is the home of Mount Dulang-dulang, the 2nd highest mountain in the Philippines with an elevation of 2,938 m located in Kitanglad Mountain Range. Mount Kitanglad(2,899m.), Mount Kalatungan (2,860m.), Mt. Maagnaw (2,742m.), Mt. Lumuluyaw (2,612m.) and Mt. Tuminungan (2,400m.), the...

    Bukidnon, Cagayan de Oro City, Cave 1300  Words | 5  Pages

  • Geography of the Philippines

    289km. * Defined by the United Nations as “a mid-ocean archipelagic state” *Philippine Deep: one of the deepest sea trenches which is found east of the Philippines near Samar ad Leyte. *Mount Apo: highest mountain; 2,954meters high Mount Dulang-Dulang: bukidnon; second highest mountain; 2,938m (3 mountain ranges in the Philippines) *Western Caraballo Mountain Range *Sierra Madre Mountain Range: longest continuous mountain range *Caraballo de Baler Volcanoes Famous Active Volcanoes: *...

    Indonesia, Luzon, Mindanao 1391  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Use of Independent Films on Teaching Philippine Literature

    Philippine films based entirely on immensely popular dramas or sarswelas . Besides providing ready materials, this device of using theater pieces ensured an already existing market. From the komedya of the sarswela, the typical Filipino aksyon movie was to develop. The line dividing the good and the bad in the komedya was religion with the Christians being the good and the Moors representing the bad. In present movies, the line that divides the two is now law or class division. The sinakulo or the passion...

    Critical thinking, Culture, Education 1249  Words | 4  Pages

  • Notes

    In memory of Kaji Battalion, May 8, 1942. NATURAL KITANGLAD NATIONAL PARK – a natural type of attraction located at the north central Bukidon. It has an area of 31,297 hectares composed of more than dozen mountain peaks, including Mt. Dulang-Dulang. The peak of the mountain could be reached through 3 trail routes namely: Bolugan, Kaatuan, Lantapan / Lupiagan, Sumilao / Intavas, La Fortuna, Impasugong. MT. KITANGLAD, the second highest mountain in the country, towers to more than nine...

    Bukidnon, K2, Malaybalay City 1247  Words | 5  Pages

  • Curriculum and Basic Education

    1. Sabay-sabay dumating ang mga panauhin. Pamaraan 2. Maraming nagririserts sa U.P. at Ateneo ukol sa wika. Panlunan 3. Manonood ang mga mag-aaral bukas ng pambansang pagtatanghal ng dulang Pilipino sa CCP. Pamanahon 1. It deals with the study of matter and all of forms of energy. 1.Physics 2. He believed that things are made up of four 2.Aristotle fire and water. elements, namely, air, earth, 3.Circular Force 3. It is describes as motion along a circle. 4.Benjamin Franklin 4. He is known...

    College, Critical thinking, Curriculum 825  Words | 4  Pages

  • Philippine Literature

    ejemplo, which spoke of saints, and the komedya, which featured battles between Christians and Moors. Nationalist literary historians believe that these feudal and colonial discourses contributed to the country's colonization because they promoted beliefs and values such as acceptance of one's destiny, deferring to authority, superiority of the colonizer, and the supremacy of the Catholic religion over Muslim beliefs. Spanish ballads, which inspired the komedya, also influenced narrative poetry,...

    Colonialism, Filipino language, Literature 1923  Words | 7  Pages

  • Buenvenido Lumbera

    tendency that has helped to change the vernacular poetic tradition. He is the author of the following works: Likhang Dila, Likhang Diwa (poems in Filipino and English), 1993; Balaybay, Mga Tulang Lunot at Manibalang, 2002; Sa Sariling Bayan, Apat na Dulang May Musika, 2004; "Agunyas sa Hacienda Luisita," Pakikiramay, 2004. As a librettist for theTales of the Manuvu and Rama Hari, he pioneered the creative fusion of fine arts and popular imagination. As a scholar, his major books include the following:Tagalog...

    Cultural studies, Fiction, José Rizal 768  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Soul of the Great Bell

    or pork), to all classes and budgets, (even ayungin, in humble little piles, find their way into the pot), to seasons and availability (walang talong, mahal ang gabi? kangkong na lang!).           But why? Why does sinigang find its way to bare dulang, to formica-topped restaurant booth, to gleaming ilustrado table? Why does one like anything at all? How is a people’s taste shaped?           But still, why soured? Aside from the fact that sour broths are cooling in hot weather, could it be perhaps...

    The Dish 879  Words | 3  Pages

  • Studdyyy

    Tinatawag rin siyang Kiko at Balagtas. Ang mga magulang niya ay sina Juana dela Cruz at Juan Baltazar at ang mga kapatid rin niya ay sina Felipe, Concha at Nicolasa. Halimbawa ng nai ambag ni Balagtas sa panitikan ay ang Florante at Laura, at mga dulang duplo, at karagatan. Padre Modesto de Castro Si Padre Modesto de Castro ay itinuring na pangunahing manunulat noong ika-19 na daantaon. Tubong Biñan, Laguna, kinilala siya dahil sa kanyang angking kakayahan sa pagsulat ng mga sermong pampulitika...

    Banaag at Sikat, Buoyancy, Glass 1911  Words | 6  Pages

  • Maria

    talent on a global scale. At its worst,[citation needed] hip hop has mirrored the worst aspects of the mainstream (American) culture that it emerged from: materialism, sexism, an internalized racism, violence, and antipathy towards intellectualism. Komedya at Moro Moro Ang moro-moro o comedia ay isang adaptasyon mula sa dula sa Europa na comedia de capa y espada.Ang moro-moro ay natatangi sapagkat walang ibang bansa na nakaisip at nakapagsagawa ng nasabing palabas na katulad nang sa Pilipinas. Ang...

    Cavite, Emilio Aguinaldo, Hip hop 3502  Words | 12  Pages

  • Filipino

    at antone; Adbal at miserena; Rosalona, mohamet at constanza; Doña ines cuello de garpa at principe nicanor; Doña beatriz at haring ladislaw; Cleodovas at felipe;Arasnan at zafira; Rodolfo at rosamunda; Clavela at segismundo - Ang Cenaculo isang dulang naglalarawan ng buong buhay sa muling pagkabuhay n gating panginoon. Halimbawa: Hablada- hindi inaawit kung hindi patula; Cantada – ito ang inaawit katulad ng pasyon. C. Panahon ng mga Hapon Ang panahong ito ay tinuturing Gintong Panahon ng...

    2660  Words | 11  Pages

  • School matters

    presses were owned and managed by the religious orders. Thus, religious themes dominated the literature of the time. In the 18th century, secular literature from Spain in the form of medieval ballads inspired the native poetic-drama form called the komedya, later to be called moro-moro because these often dealt with the theme of Christians triumphing over Moslems. Fransisco Baltazar (1788-1862), popularly called Balagtas, is the acknowledged master of traditional Tagalog poetry. His narrative poem...

    Andrés Bonifacio, José Rizal, Katipunan 432  Words | 2  Pages

  • Philippine Literature

    evident.   ·         Philippine Literature and Art during the Spanish Period:                 o   Pasyon and Sinakulo (religious dramas performed during the Holy Week);                 o   Narrative Poems – Awit; Corrido;                 o   Komedya – a theatrical performance which captured the ideal European lifestyle as portrayed by medieval characters ·          Notable Works of the Spanish Period:              o   Doctrina Christiana (1593) – the first book ever published in the Philippines;...

    Colonialism, Filipino people, Literature 1237  Words | 5  Pages

  • Drama is Simply Drama

    in our country. It started to affect our state of being “Philippine-ness”. We could clearly see during the Spanish occupation that more religious and Catholic liturgical dramas flourished. Among these religious dramas, the ever famous Sinakulo and Komedya became part of our Philippine Drama. The 337 years of stay of the Spanish is enough to change our whole perspective of drama. As I have watched “Dulaan”, I noticed that in every town they perform something that is religious. It clearly paved the way...

    Actor, Costume drama, Drama 636  Words | 2  Pages

  • Philippines Vaudeville: A Theatrical Genre of Variety Entertainment

    bodabil 5 Critical perspectives 6 Notes 7 References Origins[edit] At around the beginning of the American occupation of the Philippines at the turn of the 20th century, stage entertainment in the Philippines was dominated by the Spanish-influenced komedya and the newly emergent zarzuela (or "sarswela"). In order to entertain American troops stationed in the Philippines, vaudeville acts from outside the Philippines were brought in to provide entertainment.[2] As early as 1901, a leading Manila theater...

    Bodabil, Philippines, World War II 1578  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Passion of the Christ

    the midst of hate and war, two individuals find love, this adaptation captures its women characters in their unyielding strength. "Orosman at Zafira" is a story of the struggle for power of three kingdoms: Marueccos, Tedenst and Duquela. It is a komedya written by Francisco “Balagtas” Baltazar – a prominent Filipino poet known for his Florante at Laura and widely considered as the Tagalog counterpart of William Shakespeare for his impact on Filipino literature.  Makahiya Once there lived a rich...

    Florante at Laura, Francisco Balagtas, José Rizal 1659  Words | 4  Pages

  • “the Soul Within” (Socialization of Sex Roles)

    (Madrama) Magwagi kaya sina Sara sa kanilang kampanya? Makabalik kaya siya sa kanyang trabaho? Makakuha kaya siya ng maternity benefits? Para sa mga sagot, sumali sa isang input-discussion, na maguumpisa na pagkatapos ng ilang sandali. Ang isang dulang pang-radyong ito na may pamagat na “Mula sa Puso ni Sara” ay nagpapakita ng mga tunay na sitwasyon para sa socialization ng sex roles. Ito ang napili kong talakayin dahil kapansin-pansin ang pagkakaiba sa turing ng lipunan sa pagkakaiba ng kasarian...

    2427  Words | 7  Pages

  • Asian writers

    stanza]); Balagtas' masterpiece Orosmán at Zafira – a komedya (a Filipino theater form evolved from the Spanish comedia) in four parts Don Nuño at Selinda – a komedya in three parts Auredato at Astrome – a komedya in three parts Clara Belmore – a komedya in three parts Abdol at Misereanan – a komedya, staged in Abucay in 1857 Bayaceto at Dorslica – a komedya in three parts, staged at Udyong on September 27, 1857 Alamansor at Rosalinda – a komedya staged at Udyong during the town's feast La India elegante...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Ateneo de Manila University, José Rizal 5070  Words | 21  Pages

  • Red Ang Luha Ni Michael

    nang isang mahalumigmig at makulimlim na agosto, magkasama kaming "lumaya" sa | |Agusan del Norte. Limang libo, trancript of records at sense of adventure ang bulsa-bulsa namin papuntang Maynila. Pagkatapos ng anim na | |taon ng iba't ibang komedya, trahedya at melodrama, magkasama pa rin kami. Sa isang sulok ng quezon City kami umupa ng apartment-dalawang | |kuwarto, three-five. Hati na naman kami s lahat: renta, pagkain, bayad sa tubig, ilaw, telepono. Aking ang sala set, kanya ang kama;...

    1151  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hindi Kasi Ako Tapos

    akmang-akma ang bawat isa sa kanilang naging ganap dito. Sayang kung mas maganda pa sana ang sound effects at sound system nila mas magiging malinaw at maganda pa ito. Ang presentasyong ito ay aani ng tagumpay .Hindi siya basta kwento,may aral , komedya kumbaga all-in-one na ito.             Sana ang bawat isa sa aming mga mag-aaral ay itanim ito sa kanilang isipan at tandaan ang mga aral na hated ng “HINDI KASI AKO TAPOS”. Pag-igihin at sipagan ang kanilang pag-aaral dahil napakaswerte namin dahil...

    642  Words | 2  Pages

  • Traditional Ways of Meranao Courtship

    sometime, the two are left alone at the meal, but they are always under watch secretly by the people in the house. This situation makes the boy extra careful in his dealing with his sweetheart. Before the boy can eat with the girl, however, a leka sa dulang (literally, opening of the food on the tray) is asked of him by the guardians of the girl. This is an amount which varies from one place to another and the family of the girl. It ranges, however, from P100 to a few thousands. In the past the claim...

    Arranged marriage, Courtship, Engagement 2710  Words | 7  Pages

  • Literary Forms in Related Literature

    this former European power contributed much in the shaping and recording of our literature.   Religion and institutions that represented European civilization enriched the languages in the lowlands, introduced theater which we would come to know as komedya, the sinakulo, the sarswela, the playlets and the drama. Spain also brought to the country, though at a much later time, liberal  ideas and an internationalism that influenced our own Filipino intellectuals and writers for them to understand the meanings...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino people 2486  Words | 7  Pages

  • Banaag at Sikat

    matagumpay ang mga tauhan sa pagkuha ng atensyon ng kanilang mga manonood. Unang-unang pinakita sa palabas ang mga gagampanang tauhan. Ako ay naaliw sa paraan ng kanilang pagpapakilala sapagkat ito’y sa pamamagitan ng pagkanta at pagsayaw na may halong komedya. Kahit na may pagmamalabis sa kanilang mga kilos, ito’y nanatiling katuwa-tuwa at kaakit-akit sa mga manonood. Mahusay ang naging pagganap ng mga tauhan. Naipadama nila sa mga manonood ang tunay na damdamin ng bawat isa. Sa pamamagitan ng pagkanta...

    476  Words | 2  Pages

  • tgv history

    multiplex. TGV Mines has some features included 3D-X cinema halls, stadium seating, digital sound, double arm rest, disabled access and phone order. Their operation hours started from 10:00 am - 2:00 am. It is at Level 2 The Mines Shopping Fair, Jalan Dulang, Off Jalan Balakong, The Mines City43300, Seri Kembangan. STEPS FOR THE TGV CINEMA STEP 1: Decide on what movie and the time to watch it The customers reach the theater and refer to the small TV screen displays to choose the movie...

    Box office, Car seat, Film 2195  Words | 7  Pages

  • Panitikan

    naabutan nila mula sa ating mga ninuno sapagkat ang mga pari ay naniniwalang ang mga iyon ay likha ng diyablo. • Paksa : panrelihiyon sapagkat ang layunin ng mga Kastila ay pagpapalaganap ng kristiyanismo • Nagsimula ang mga duplo, karagatan, komedya, pasyon, senakulo, sarsuwela, tulang liriko, kurido at awit • Walang orihinalidad ang mga akda halaw sa anyo at tradisyong Kastila • Maraming akada ang nauukol sa wika ( gramatika at bokabularyo ) • Nagkaroon ng mga paaralan • Nagbago ang mga...

    1518  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ang Pitong Buhay Ni Anabella

    tunog ng wikang ito. Kung talagang suriin, mukha ngang nakakatawa para sa mga Tagalog ang paghahalo at pagsasali ng wikang orihinal sa pinagsasalinang wika (Tagalog) dahil may maling kaisipan na pag galing sa probinsya (lalo na Bisaya), nagiging komedya ang panitikan. Kaya nga't isa pang problemang nakikita ni Cruz-Lucero sa pagsasalin ay ang pagpapasiya kung kailan pananatilihin ang orihinal. May pagkakataon kasi na di angkop ang maglapat ng katumbas na salita dahil nga nawawala na ang orihinal...

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  • Theater dors

    Hapunan- actual supper held to commemorate Christ’s last supper.   Flores- refer to the whole flower festivalcelebrated in the month of May in honor of the Virgin Mary. Hudas- refers to the ritual burning of effigy of Judas held on Black Saturday. Komedya- - is a play which dramatizesactual events, the lives about Christians andMoorish Royalty. Musical Theater- - refer to plays whichmusic is an integral part. Paghuhugas ng Paa- dramatizes the episode in NewTestament where Christ after the Last Supper...

    Bertolt Brecht, Drama, Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang 1277  Words | 21  Pages

  • Chapter 1 Philippine Lit.

    this former European power contributed much in the shaping and recording of our literature. Religion and institutions that represented European civilization enriched the languages in the lowlands, introduced theater which we would come to know as komedya, the sinakulo, the sarswela, the playlets and the drama. The natives, called indio, generally were not taught Spanish, but the bilingual individuals, notably poet-translator Gaspar Aquino de Belen, produced devotional poetry written in the Roman...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino people 2206  Words | 6  Pages

  • Culture Ingested by Doreen Fernandez

    between all cooks and their clients, all the backstage crew and the guys onstage, the farmer and the neighbors and relatives who form his support network. It is like plowing a eld or moving a house bayanihan style; it is like a whole town staging a komedya, when even the director is not the absolute dictator, hermanos and elders having a large say in product and process. The sawsawan is itself another indigenizing process. The Filipino conquers the foreign taste and culture with an army of sawsawan...

    American Chinese cuisine, Chinese cuisine, Coconut 10027  Words | 14  Pages

  • Mga Tanyag Na Pilipinong Manunulat

    National Artist. 8. Severino Reyes - Isinulat niya ang "Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang" sa magasing Liwayway. Pinakakilala sa kanyang mga dula ang sarsuwelang "Walang Sugat" na pumapaksa sa kagitingan ng mga Katipunero. Kinilala rin siyang Ama ng Dulang Pilipino. 9. Nick Joaquin – Isa siyang mandudula ngunit higit siyang kilala bilang kuwentista at nobelista. Ang The Woman Who Had Two Navels ang kanyang pinakamahalagang nobelang nagtatampok sa mga gawi at pag-uugali ng mga Pilipino. Ang isa pang...

    762  Words | 2  Pages

  • Literature: Cultural Texts and Traditions

    passion and death and was presented during the Lenten season. ▪ Pasyon and sinakulo remain alive in the celebration of Lent in contemporary Philippines. ○ Secular prose and poetry ▪ Komedya, a theater genre inspired by the heroes and scenes in Spanish ballads, or love verses. This play in verse, which depicted European folkways and mores, had plots centered on the exploits of...

    Children's literature, Fiction, History of literature 20823  Words | 79  Pages

  • Waathelasand

    continue the armed struggle against U.S. colonialism * Demand from the U.S. for recognition of the Filipinos’ right to self-determination Severino Reyes (1861-1942) – most widely acclaimed playwright * spearheaded a movement to supplant the komedya with a new type of drama more in keeping with the new self-image of the Filipino resulting from the struggle against the Spaniards and Americans Sarsuwela – originally a Spanish musical theatre form that turned away he from classical lore to depict...

    Colonialism, Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language 4329  Words | 18  Pages

  • goal in our life

    narrative poems awit and corridor talked about world of royals, warriors and lovers (the basic concept in Florante at Laura). They were once oral literature but later were printed in novena-sized booklets. It was also the basis of the drama, komedya. Francisco Baltazar’s Florante at Laura embodied the concept of colonization and oppression which gave voice to their revolutionary action towards freedom. • Because of the Spanish colonization, it can be said that it gave way to the idea of...

    Colonialism, Filipino language, José Rizal 2728  Words | 9  Pages

  • History of Philippine Cinema

    Philippine films based entirely on immensely popular dramas or sarswelas . Besides providing ready materials, this device of using theater pieces ensured an already existing market. From the komedya of the sarswela, the typical Filipino aksyon movie was to develop. The line dividing the good and the bad in the komedya was religion with the Christians being the good and the Moors representing the bad. In present movies, the line that divides the two is now law or class division. The sinakulo or the passion...

    Cinema by country, Film, Film festival 4441  Words | 12  Pages

  • Music Learning Module 1: Music of Cordillera

    studied. Evaluates music and music performances applying knowledge of musical elements and style. 7 VI         VII CONTENT/TOPIC Music for Liturgy and Devotional Music       Vocal Music – The Mass; Pastores; Moro-moro/Komedya; Senakulo and Pabasa ng Pasyon; Salubong; Flores de Mayo and Santacrusan Instrumental Music- Las Pinas Bamboo Organ Cultural Context (History and Traditions) – Spanish colonization, Christianity and Catholic religion Composition: Songs, Dances, Instrumental...

    Folk music, Mindoro, Music 9754  Words | 34  Pages

  • Pre Colonial

    century. Along with poetry, drama, and fiction that drew their impetus from the literary works produced during the latter part of the 19th century, there was an abundance of literary works with obvious affinities ideology and the techniques of the komedya and the metrical romances. The most themes of the writers are love and adventure and political happenings. Newspapers and Magazine pages always featured love poetry and the most common publications are the liwayway and Bisaya magazines ...

    Fiction, History of literature, José Rizal 2168  Words | 9  Pages

  • Literature

    Norama na isang probinsiyana. MAALIWALAS ANG MUKHA - masayahin; taong palangiti MAITIM ANG BUDHI - tuso; masama ang ugali Halimbawa: Maitim ang budhi ng lalaking iyan kung kaya't labas-masok sa bilibid sa loob ng sampung taon. MAHABANG DULANG - kasalan MALIKOT ANG KAMAY - kumukuha ng hindi kanya; kawatan Halimbawa: Mag-ingat kayo sa lalaking iyan na kilalang malikot ang kamay. Mahirap ng ang magsisi sa bandang huli. NAMAMANGKA SA DALAWANG ILOG - salawahan MAKITID ANG ISIP -...

    2021  Words | 10  Pages

  • SERI KEMBANGANAN

    clothing and music are sold here. Some popular foods available here are Salted Chicken, Sakura Popiah, Abalone Mushroom and so on. The night market normally draws a big crowd and this causes traffic jam in the area. The Mines Shopping Mall at Jalan Dulang is the biggest retail centre in Seri Kembangan. The mall is accessible from 7 major highways, which are: BESRAYA, SILK, North South Highway, North South Central Link, Damansara Puchong Highway, KESAS and MRR2. It has 350 shops which sell local and ...

    Briggs Plan, Malayan Emergency, Malaysia 2269  Words | 14  Pages

  • Malay Wedding

    woman’s house, these matters are discussed and settled. Agreement is also reached on certain details regarding the engagement ceremony, including: a) The number of persons who will constitute the bride-groom’s party. b) The number of trays (Dulang) of gifts that will be brought in addition to the traditional betel-leaf containers (Tepak sirih). For the ‘meminang’ ceremony the young man and the young woman will be represented not by their parents but by other carefully selected persons. ...

    Engagement ring, Marriage, Wedding 2806  Words | 9  Pages

  • Philippine Literature In The Spanish Colonial Period

    duplo.        In the 18th century, secular literature from Spain in the form of medieval ballads inspired the native poetic-drama form called the komedya, later to be called moro-moro because these often dealt with the theme of Christians triumphing over Moslems.       (Peronality) Jose de la Cruz (1746 - 1829) was the foremost exponent of the komedya during his time. A poet of prodigious output and urbane style, de la Cruz marks a turning point in that his elevated diction distinguishes his work...

    Andrés Bonifacio, Filipino women writers, Katipunan 3911  Words | 3  Pages

  • Short Story

    aral: ang pagtindig sa sarili upang maging sandata sa pakikibaka sa loob at labas ng tahanan sapagkat nangyayari pa ang kawalan ng laya ng mga babae sa lipunan. ANG BABAENG AYAW MAGING INA NI SICAT–CLETO Mas radikal ang pag-uusig na ginagawa ng dulang “Maternal” ni Luna Sicat-Cleto.8 Magkaibigan si Esme at Sabel, parehong trenta anyos. Si Sabel ang larawan ng babaeng hinulma ng ideyolohiyang maternal, taimtim ang paniwalang ang babae ay nagkakaroon ng kaganapan o fulfillment kapag nagiging ina...

    7336  Words | 22  Pages

  • Gay Lingo

    against someone (literal=bad feelings) mabigat ang loob -- di-makagiliwan a person with whom one could not get along with bukal sa loob -- taos-puso, tapat a sincere person, or one who gives with a pure heart (literal=pure-hearted) mahabang dulang -- kasalan wedding makalaglag-matsing -- nakaka-akit enchanting look makuskos-balungos -- mareklamo, mahirap amuin, mahirap pasayahin hard to please, always complaining mahaba ang buntot -- laging nasusunod ang gusto, kulang sa palo, salbahe...

    Loob, Utang na loob 2861  Words | 14  Pages

  • marriage

    young woman’s house, these matters are discussed and settled. Agreement is also reached on certain details regarding the engagement ceremony, including: (a) The number of persons who will constitute the bride-groom’s party. (b) The number of trays (dulang) of gifts that will be brought in addition to the traditional betel-leaf containers (tepak sirih). Whether or not a part of the money for expenses (belanja) is to be paid by the potential bridegroom at the time of the engagement (meminang) ceremony...

    China, Dower, Dowry 4038  Words | 11  Pages

  • Greased Man

    notions. F. Is your production different from other versions of text? Why? In the Philippines, there were only limited theatre forms or styles that was often used. Firstly, the main three Western forms introduced by the Spaniards: sinakulo, komedya, and sarsuwela (Rubin, 1998). These were the only forms used not until the American half-century introduced new forms and styles like the “vaudeville”(Rublin, 1998). Only the nationalist-minded, university trained in literary or theatre that were...

    Audience, Audience theory, Philippines 3000  Words | 10  Pages

  • Literature and Culture

    Jesus’ passion and death and was presented during the Lenten season. ▪ Pasyon and sinakulo remain alive in the celebration of Lent in contemporary Philippines. ○ Secular prose and poetry ▪ Komedya, a theater genre inspired by the heroes and scenes in Spanish ballads, or love verses. This play in verse, which depicted European folkways and mores, had plots centered on the exploits of Christian...

    Children's literature, Drama, Fiction 64060  Words | 238  Pages

  • Multicultural Workforce

    has played an important role in the expansion of the economy. Chinese and Indian immigrants, for example, were crucial in the tin-mining and rubber planting industries respectively. Chinese women in the mining industry were mostly relegated to being dulang washers (to pan for tin) while Indian women plantation workers were initially weeders before being allowed to perform rubber-tapping duties. Chinese migrant women also served as domestic workers in the homes of affluent Chinese members of society...

    African American, Foreign worker, Foreign workers 2787  Words | 8  Pages

  • tausug

    emphasis has always been on the quantity not quality of the product. Examples include pots, vases, jugs, and various pieces of kitchenware (Szanton 1973: 61-63). Tutup or plate covers are made by Tausug men and women; smaller pieces are called turung dulang riki-riki, and are used as wall adornment. Tutup mea-sure about 75 cm in diameter and are made of coconut leaves inside, and silal or buri leaves outside. Colored pandan leaves are sewn on the exterior and serve as decoration (Szanton 1973:64). Calligraphy...

    Dance, Sulu Archipelago 2872  Words | 5  Pages

  • Philippine Literature

    article | |        Published in 1946, Ginto Sa Makiling - a novel by Macario Pineda, is the first work of note that appeared after the second world war. In plot, it hews close to the mode of romantic fantasy traceable to the awits, koridos and komedyas of the Balagtas tradition. But it is a symbolical narrative of social, moral and political import. In this, it resembles not only Balagtas but also Rizal, but in style and plot it is closer to Balagtas in not allowing the realistic mode to restrict...

    Epic poetry, Filipino language, Filipino people 13027  Words | 33  Pages

  • Effects of Reading Comic Books

    Misadventures of Kenkoy) (Ong Pang Kean, 2006).Originally inspired by American comic strips and comic books left behind by American GIs , the medium steadily diverged, and by the 1950s, drew more inspiration from other forms of Filipino literature such as komedya, as well as Philippine mythology. Many komiks were evidently inspired by specific American comics, such as Kulafu and Og (Tarzan), Darna (Shazam!), and D. I. Trece (Dick Tracy). The predominance of superheroes has continued into the modern day. However...

    American comic book, Comic book, Comic strip 5090  Words | 15  Pages

  • Wedding Dance

    AS66 Basketball Men SC Court 09:00 - 10:00 24 COA10 Budgetting SB311 09:00 - 10:00 40 AS39 Card Cataloguing SB301 09:00 - 10:00 40 HM11 Cupcake Decorating Kitchen 2 09:00 - 10:00 30 ED12 Dulang Pilipino SB304 09:00 - 10:00 40 AS41 English for Call Center Speech Lab 09:00 - 10:00 09:00 - 10:00 Php 40.00 30 Theater in the Woods PE Uniform 30 HM33 Flair Tending HM36 Flower Arrangement SB312 ...

    BASIC 3131  Words | 82  Pages

  • Sa Kabilang Lupalop Ng Mahiwagang Kaharian

    masamang babae, isang babaeng walang hiya! Hindi tama na ako’y sumama sa inyong lahat, babeng walang puri, babaeng kapos ang dangal!"      Ang lahat na’y tumingin sa kanilang apat, tahimik na pinagmasdan ang nangyayaring kaganapan sa likod, parang dulang pang-entablado. Ilarawan mo na lang – tatlong babae at isang lalaki puno ng katangungan, subali’t sa sarili nila’y wala namang kasagutan. Tila binubukang kurtina para sa isang dula ni Federico Garcia Lorca.      "Needles and thread for women, whiplash...

    2957  Words | 8  Pages

  • Unexpectable

    himself up as a rice dealer. And then the war broke out. Honesto was handsome in a rough-hewn way. He tended to fat but because he was tall he was an imposing figure. He was unschooled in the social graces; he preferred to eat, squatting before a dulang, with his fingers. Despite these deficiencies, he exuded an aura of arrogance and self-confidence. It was this trait that attracted Clara to him. Clara had never known strong-willed men, having grown up with effete persons like Don Pepe and compliant...

    Ho Chi Minh, Ho Chi Minh City 5498  Words | 13  Pages

  • Philippine Literature

    this former European power contributed much in the shaping and recording of our literature. Religion and institutions that represented European civilization enriched the languages in the lowlands, introduced theater which we would come to know as komedya, the sinakulo, the sarswela, the playlets and the drama. The natives, called indio, generally were not taught Spanish, but the bilingual individuals, notably poet-translator Gaspar Aquino de Belen, produced devotional poetry written in the Roman...

    Cebuano literature, Ilokano language, Ilokano literature 5473  Words | 14  Pages

  • Babe

          HIGHLIGHTS: Pamulinawen Street Pageantry the highlight of the Pamulinawen Festival and a showcase of the different Ilocano rituals and traditional practices that are artistically presented in a dance drama. It is held on February 10. “Dulang” Food Festival uncovers the culinary skills of the Laoagueños and revives the typically-Ilocano cuisine like the “pinakbet, bagnet, tinodok,” including the famous Ilocano wine”Basi”. Calesa Festival it is a “tribute” to the so-called “Queen of...

    GUMIL Filipinas, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Region 4132  Words | 12  Pages

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