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Region 4A: Culture

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John Gerhard Dominado

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Transcript of Region 4A: Culture

Traditions and Practices
Burial
Characteristics of People in CALABARZON
Predominant Behavior
SOCIALIZATION
Festivals/Fiestas
Thank you!
Introduction
References:
http://redeeminggod.com/buried-in-the-trees-and-sky/
Region 4A: Culture
By Group 3
Social Groups
Tagalog
Marriage
Food Preparation
Other Practices
- They place their dead relatives in a hollow tree.
- They prefer their food natural and healthy
- Cavitenos specializes in seafood
- They all like eating on banana leaves.
- They put a veil on the bride that connects to the groom
- The groom gives unity coins or
"Arrahe"
to the bride
- Infants (family member or not) that attended in the funeral are passed over before his/her burial.
- They have a engagement-like practice called "
Pamamanhikan"
- Festivals
• Parada ng Lechon, Balayan
• Walistik Festival, Lipa City
Higantes Festival, Angono
Regada Festival, Cavite
Kalayaan Festival, Cavite
Maytinis, Kawit
Tahong Festival, Bacoor
Hamaka Festival, Taytay
- In Rizal, they have a dance called
"PANGANGA"
Cavitenos
- Courageous
- God fearing
- Hospitable and generous
- They speak in Chavacano
Batangenos
- Faithful
- Brave and fearless
Rizal
- Family centered
- Respectful
- "
Bayanihan"
- They like using coconuts to their dishes
Mabuanog Festival, Mauban
Pahiyas Festival, Lucban
Quezon
- Artistic
- Superstitious
- Resourceful
They often socialize by talking to their peers early in their childhood.

Caviteño
Batangueño
Agta
- It is the biggest ethnic groups in the Philippines
- They speak a dialect called
"Chavacano"
- They have a conversational trademark call the
"Ala eh"
- They are described to be short dark-skinned, kinky-haired, thick-lipped, and small-nosed
- It is a branch of the ethnic group
"Negritos"
- They are married at least at the age of 14 as long as it has the approval of the parents
- Their traditional houses are only built in bamboo, wood, talahib (cogon), coconut leaves, and abaca bark
• Semana Santa – They still practice the traditional “pabasa”, visita iglesia, and “penitencia”
Laguna
- Empathetic
- Helpful and understaning
- "Nakikipagkapwa-tao"
Batangeños don’t really have a predominant deviant behavior except maybe putting coffee in their meals, only because their ancestors used to do it then later become a norm.
Predominant deviant behaviors of the locals of Rizal are not far from the predominant deviant behaviors of the locals of other municipalities
Religion
Born Again Christians
Iglesia Ni Cristo
Jehovah's Witnesses
Baptist
Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints
Methodists
Presbyterians and
Other Evangelical Christians
Muslims
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