The Majestic “Banig” of Basey, Samar
The Majestic “Banig” of Basey Samar The traditional art of mat weaving continues to flourish in this old town whose name has become synonymous with woven sleeping mat, or “banig.&…
The ancient "Baybayin script" from the Philippines was used extensively until the Spanish banned it because it was "the work of the devil"
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Tattoo et vieillesse.
Un sujet très récurent abordé par toutes sortes de personnes. Que ce soit votre tatoueur qui vous mettra en garde sur l'aspect pérenne du tatouage et le vieillissement prématuré de la peau en cas d'exposition au soleil, ou de la part des gens curieux qui posent plein de questions. Néanmoins l'affirmation (et non la question) la plus enregistrée reste toujours dans la même trempe du disque rayé : Et quand tu seras vieille, t'y as pensé, ça va être trop laid ! Tu te vois à 80 balais avec tes…
A MORON'S GUIDE TO ALIBATA by Kwekachu on DeviantArt
why? coz i'm a moron! mwehehehe! hope this one can be understood. i slaved my butt-off in macromedia freehand for you guys! .......be touched!........ A MORON'S GUIDE TO ALIBATA
This site will extensively use a lot of Bisaya scripts called "Badlit" and sometimes the language shall be in Cebuano. If you will not be able to read the text try going to this site http://www.nordenx.com/baybayin/baybayin_unicode.html If you are interested in Badlit/Baybayin(Tagalog) and would love to have a Philippine keyboard go to this site http://code.google.com/p/pnkl/…
Baybayin: Pre-Spanish Philippine writing system
Baybayin Baybayin is a pre-Spanish Philippine writing system. It is a member of the Brahmic family and is recorded as being in use in the 16th century. It continued to be used during the Spanish co...
Sa Ugoy Ng Duyan
Sa Ugoy ng Duyan ni Lucio San Pedro at Levi Celerio Sana'y di magmaliw ang dati kong araw Nang munti pang bata sa piling ni Nanay Nais ko'y maulit ang awit ni Inang mahal Awit ng pag-ibig, habang ako'y nasa duyan Sa aking pagtulog na labis ang himbing Ang bantay ko'y tala, ang mga tanod ko'y bituin Sa piling ni Nanay, langit ang buhay, Puso kong may dusa'y sabik sa ugoy ng duyan
Kapampangan alphabet, prounciation and language
Kapampangan is spoken mainly on the Philippine island of Luzon by about 3 million people. It is a member of the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the Austronesian language family and is also known as Pampango, Capampangan, Pampangueño or Amanung Sisuan. Kapampangan was written with a version of the Baybayin alphabet before the arrival of the Spanish in the Philippines during the 16th century. Nowadays it is written with the Latin alphabet. It has also been written with the Kulitan script. (...)