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Mga Pangkat Etniko
Transcript of Mga Pangkat Etniko
The Ilocanos are known for being hardworking, appreciative, simple and determined.
The 9th largest ethnic group in the Philippines, the Pangasinense population is concentrated in Lingayen Gulf, Pangasinan Province, in the central area of Luzon Island. Their language can be called both Pangasinan and Pangasinense.
Kapampangans are popular for their delicious cuisine and the intricately crafted parol
The Tagalogs are one of the largest and most dominant ethnic groups in the country.
The Bicolano is conservative. They believe it is safe to stick to the old than take a risk in the new. To some extent however, the educated Bicolano has begun to change gradually.
Agricultural terracing is their principal means of livelihood along with farming. Their social status is measured by the number of rice field granaries, family heirlooms, gold earrings, carabaos (water buffaloes), as well as, prestige conferred through time and tradition.
Igorot is the collective name of several Austronesian ethnic groups in The Philippines from the Cordillera Administrative Region of Luzon. They inhabit the six provinces of Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Kalinga, Ifugao, and Mountain Province, as well as Baguio City
Cebuanos are famous for their guitars, baskets, hats, and mats of all types. They are proud of their being artistic and creative; various forms of art (painting, sculpting, and drawing), singing, dancing, and writing are cornerstones of Cebuano culture. Many popular mainstream artists in the Philippines are from Cebu City, and painters, singers, and writers reside there.
Ilonggos have a sterling reputation of being affectionate, friendly, and happy.
The Waray-speaking people of Leyte (Leyteños) and Samar (Samareños) are a strong and proud group.
The Romblomanon population is concentrated in the islands of Tablas and Sibuyan in the Romblon archipelago (MIMAROPA Region). Their language belongs to the Visayan group of languages and is 73% intelligible with Hiligaynon.
The Kinaray-a are striving to preserve their traditions. They have created their own kind of music called OKM (Original Kinaray-a Music), reminiscent of their melodic composos (narrative verses).
The Aklanons comprise the majority in Aklan and share the province with the Ati, Karay-a, Hiligaynon, and Capiznon. Most of the Aklanons are Roman Catholics, for whom Christian festivals such as Lent and Christmas are of great importance. They regard the Santo Niño (Holy Child Jesus), a Catholic icon, as a very important cultural symbol.
Tausug is a combination of tau (person) and suug (the old name of Jolo Island). The present generation of Tausugs are believed to be descended from the different ethnic groups that had migrated to the Sulu archipelago
The Maguindanao are one of many groups of "lowland" Filipinos who appear to have arrived in the islands during successive waves of migration from the Southeast Asian mainland several thousand years ago.
The Sama are commonly mistaken to have originated from the Mandaya and Mansaka tribes, and Muslim groups. They insist, however, that they are a separate entity, with distinct forms of music, art expression, and tribal rituals. Sama members used to be named after the living things around them, and everyone had “Samal” for a family name.
The word Yakan means “Dayak Origin,” as they are believed to be descendants of the Orang Dyaks or Tagihamas of eastern Indonesia. They speak a dialect of Sama language and are culturally influenced in some respect by the Tausug.
"Ethnic Groups in the Philippines"