Kaliinga

Tinglayan, Kalinga

The Kalinga, also known as Limos or Limos-Liwan Kalinga, inhabit the drainage basin of the middle Chico River in Kalinga Province. The Kalinga are sub-divided into Southern and Northern groups; the latter is considered the most heavily-ornamented people of the northern Philippines.

The Kalinga practice both wet and dry rice farming. They also developed an institution of peace pacts ...

called Bodong which has minimised traditional warfare and headhunting and serves as a mechanism for the initiation, maintenance, renewal and reinforcement of kinship and social ties.

They also speak the Kalinga and Limos languages. Kalinga society is very kinship-oriented, and relatives are held responsible for avenging any injury done to a member. Disputes are usually settled by the regional leaders, who listen to all sides and then impose fines on the guilty party. These are not formal council meetings, but carry a good deal of authority.

Kalinga Limos Liwan People News

  • Traditions Celebrated

    Traditions Celebrated

    Kalinga communities around the world will celebrate during Amung 2017, including in Vernon.

    The three-day event will start Friday with an evening reception of the beating of the gongs, sampling binongor and inanchila, and the announcement of Little Miss KaNA.

    Pre-registration was required, but an afternoon of Kalinga tradition will be presented on July 30, at Vernon?s Kin Beach at 2 p.m. for the public.

    ?The Kalingas-North America Network?s (KaNA) mission is to promote, preserve, and perpetuate the traditional arts of the Kalinga Indigenous people,? said Juliet Cheatle, president of K ...

  • 30 Years Of Driving CAR

    30 Years Of Driving CAR

    In Barangay Bugnay in Kalinga province stands a new marker that honors leaders who protested the construction of four hydroelectric dams on Chico River during the martial rule of strongman Ferdinand Marcos.

    In Barangay Bugnay in Kalinga province stands a new marker that honors leaders who protested the construction of four hydroelectric dams on Chico River during the martial rule of strongman Ferdinand Marcos.

    The project would have generated 1,000 megawatts of electricity but would also displace rice terraces and people from 1,400 square kilometers of land where the dams would rise.

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  • DENR-Cordillera Fetes Environmental Partners

    Five environmental partners were feted by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) during the culmination of the month-long celebration of the Environment Month on June 29.

    "Gawad Gabay Kalikasan" trophies were awarded to Burayukan Pagrang-ayan Movement Association; Society's Awareness on Livelihood and Environmental Needs for Growth, Inc.; Guina-ang Community Development Association, Inc.; and the 24th Infantry Battalion (IB), 7th Infantry Division (ID) of the Philippine Army. Architecture student Luke Labre was also recognized.

    Burayukan Pagrang-ayan Movement Associat ...

  • Cordillera Day And The Indigenous Peoples Theater

    Cordillera Day And The Indigenous Peoples Theater

    Theater, in Philippine history, especially in times of political turbulence, has become a potent medium to express harsh realities such as oppression and exploitation, and to prescribe possible solutions and alternatives as the people's response. Theater encapsulates situations of an individual or group of people needing resolutions, and the stage becomes a venue of artistic expression of a people in conflict with external forces and their clamor to change their condition. More importantly, theater connects actors to the audience more intimately and the interaction is immediate and visible.

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  • The Kalinga And Apayao Food Journey

    The Kalinga And Apayao Food Journey

    The food of our forefathers may soon find its way into the menu of your favorite restaurant.

    The Department of Tourism has embarked on a Cordillera Heritage Culinary Journey bringing into the limelight traditional ingredients which make indigenous food extraordinary. DOT regional director Venus Tan said the plan hopes to inspire chefs and restaurant owners to fuse Cordilleran ingredients into their menu bringing the food of the mountains into restaurants.

    DOT regional director Venus Tan said the plan hopes to inspire chefs and restaurant owners to fuse Cordilleran ingredients into their ...

  • Bugnay Declared As Heritage Village In Kalinga

    Bugnay Declared As Heritage Village In Kalinga

    The provincial board declared barangay Bugnay in the municipality of Tinglayan as a heritage village in the province to ensure the preservation and protection of its rich historical and cultural status and appropriated funds for the realization of the said endeavor.

    Ordinance No. 2017-003 enacted by the provincial board headed by Vice governor James Edubba stated the local legislative body deemed it appropriate to declare barangay Bugnay as heritage village in the province in honor and in memory of the bravery of the late Macliing Dulag and Pedro Dungoc.

    Under the ordinance, Edubba state ...