A Higaonon is set to launch his novel entitled “Batbat Hi Udan” on February 27, 2009, 1 PM at the Bukidnon State University in Malaybalay City. The author of the book, T.S. Sungkit Jr., is a recipient of a National Commission for Culture and the
Kaamulan is an indigenous Bukidnon term for “gathering” for any purpose. It can mean a datuship ritual, a wedding ceremony, a thanksgiving festival during harvest time, a peace pact, or all of these together. The Kaamulan Festival, by far the only authentic festival left in
The Province of Bukidnon’s Indigenous People (IP) community can be identified into two ethnical origins – the Manobo and the Bukidnon. The Bukidnons have distinct physical characteristics. They usually have slight build bodies, slanting eyelets, relatively high noses with lips that range from medium and
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