Category: Entertainment

Basket sa Likod

Basket sa Likod Indigenous Peoples (IP) from Davao del Norte demonstrates the basket sa likod, one of the traditional sports and games featured during the launching leg of PSC’s Indigenous Peoples Games program in 2018. The “basket sa likod” is one...

Sungka

Sungka: Larong Pinoy Here’s a little throwback for the kids of the 50s through the 90s! The National Museum of the Philippines features another Larong Pinoy that is popular among Filipino children and adults alike—the two-player, turn-based board game called sungka...

Tiklaw

Tiklaw Restoring Heritage, Reliving the Games of the Indigenous Peoples. Tiklaw is one of the traditional sports and games demonstrated during the Kapangan, Benguet leg of PSC’s Indigenous Peoples Games program in 2018. This game tests the player’s precision and control....

Trumpo

For this week’s Larong Pinoy, Museum From Home series, the National Museum of the Philippines features another recreational activity popular among Filipino children—the spinning top locally known as bowwot/bawwot (Ifugao), agngan/singgan (Isneg), kasing (Molbog), pansil/pasil (Batak and Tagbanua), betig (Maranao and...

Pahonan

Pahonan A member of an Indigenous group from Lagawe, Ifugao competes in the pahonan or log race event, one of the traditional sports and games featured in this leg of PSC’s Indigenous Peoples Games program held in 2018. The activity is...