Scottish Gaelic, Language of our Celtic Ancestors A review of the history of the Celtic languages with an emphasis on Scottish Gaelic, one of the most endangered of the Celtic languages. UNESCO classifies Scottish Gaelic as definitely endangered. The expansion and decline of Scottish Gaelic will be reviewed and current areas of fluent local speakers […]
Wikang Yaman: Kuwento at Kuwenta (Treasure Languages: Stories and Relevance) is a treasure language storytelling event celebrating the diversity of languages and cultures in the Philippines through simulated storytelling. Storytellers are speakers of Philippine languages other than English and Tagálog. This event will be hosted by the UST English Language Studies Society (UST-ELSSoc) in coordination […]
KAAMULAN FESTIVAL is an indigenous festival of Bukidnon wherein the 7 tribes of bukidnon namely Higa-onon, Talaandig,Umayamnon,Manobo, Matigsalug, Bukidnon and Tigwahanon gather together in the center City of Bukidnon to celebrate this event.
KAAMULAN is derived from the word "Amul" which means "to gather". Each tribe will present the the preservation of their cultural or indigenous heritage through streetdancing and performing in Malaybalay city ground (Center City of Bukidnon). These dances showcases their harvest Thanksgiving, Wedding ceremonies, hunting style, peace pacts, different kinds of rituals and the history of their tribe. They are also dressed according to their tribes and according to their rank. Their jewelries and the sign of their dress has also designated meanings.
Aimed at anyone affected by dementia, this event features Scots songs old and new in the Library collections where participants are invited to listen to and sing with the Scots Scriever (writer), Dr Michael Dempster.
The word “Kaamulan” comes from the Binukid word “amul” which literally means “to gather”. It is a festival celebrated annually by the Bukidnon people. During the festival, the seven tribes in Bukidnon namely the Bukidnon, Talaandig, Tigwahanon, Manobo, Umayamnon, Matigsalog and Higaonon are gathered to celebrate diversity, culture, pride and unity. Each tribe showcase their […]
Kaamulan is a yearly celebration of the people from Bukidnon, Highlighting the Lumad people who symbolizes the Kaamulan Festival. This Festival also showcasing the bountiful product made by Bukidnon people. The government gives the biggest effort for this event to be more successful, they have prepared different activities that involves the people of the different tribes. They also invites known people to performed and witness the celebration of Kaamulan Festival.