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The speculations are true, the City Government of Iloilo will be transferring some offices of the City Hall to Robinsons Place. Some parts of the third floor have already been closed off for the development of their new offices in the said mall. Perspe
Tribu Ilonganon won first runner-up and Tribu Kahilwayan finsihed in the top 10 in the recently concluded Street Dancing Competition of the Aliwan Festival held last April 28, 2007. While, Cara Jeanne Sullano, Iloilo’s contestant for the Reyna in Aliwa
Manila’s streets will once again hear the heart pounding beat of the drums as two contingents from Iloilo vie for the championship title in this year’s Aliwan Festival, the festival of festivals, slated this April 26-28, 2007. Dinagyang is given privil
Held during the 30th of January 2007 was the “Hirinugyaw-Sugidadonay ” Festival of Calinog Town in North-Central Iloilo. The “Hirinugyaw-Sugidadonay ” Festival aims to preserve the culture of the Panay Bukdidnons, aborgines of the mountainous parts of
Saad reflects the history and culture of the people of Leganes. The peformance is highlighted with the reputation of depiction of the miraculous healing of their patron saint, St. Vicente Ferrer through palapak or the act of setting the image to one’s
The Kasadyahan Competition is one of the main highlights of the Dinagyang Festival. The dance competition features the history and culture of the various towns of Iloilo through a choreographed cultural dance with music produced from indigenous/tribal
The inspiration of Tribu Ilahas’ performance is the Tinu-om, a famous local dish, based on local ingredients like tomatoes, onions, tanglad or Lemon Grass and most notably – native chicken. The performers mimic the movement of the chicken, blending it
Tribu Mandurriaonon from Manurriao, a district of the old port city of Iloilo, tells the story of the coming of Malay influence into Panay through their action-filled performance. The Kasadyahan Competition is one of the main highlights of the Dinagyan
‘Saludan’ is an Ilonggo/Hiligaynon term rooted from the word “salud”, which in its literal sense means – the act of gathering something. The performance is a way of promoting the town’s local products through the depiction of how the local townsfolk ha
Pasidungog reflects the historical journey of the town San Miguel from its beginnings under the guidance of the Senor San Miguel (Saint Michael Archangel — the patron of the sick and the grocers, sailors and soldiers).

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