Oyayi or lullaby is a soothing song or piece of music that is usually played for children. The purposes of lullabies vary. In some societies they are used to pass down cultural knowledge or tradition. There are so many different types of lullabies in the Philippines, all is talking about the love of the parent to the… Read More »
Mga Pambansang Sagisag ng Pilipinas Pambansang Watawat 12 Hunyo 1898-22 Marso 1901; 30 Oktubre 1919 – kasalukuyan Pambansang Selyo at Eskudo 4 Hulyo 1946 – Kasalukuyan Konstitusyon ng Pilipinas ng 1987; Kodigong Administratibo ng 1987; Batas Republika Blg.8491 Pambansang Awit Lupang Hinirang 12 Hunyo 1898 – 22 Marso 1901; 5 Setyembre 1938 – Kasalukuyan Batas Komonwelt Blg.… Read More »
Did you know that it is not only Andres Bonifacio who led the Katipunan and named as Supremo ng Katipunan? Bonifacio was actually the third Supremo of the Katipunan. Ang tatlong supremo or the three supremo’s were Deodato Arellano – (1892-1893) Roman Basa – (1893-1895) Andres Bonifacio – (1895-1897) When the term Supremo is mentioned, the name… Read More »
The Light and Sound Museum entrance fee as of this writing is Php150 per person per group of 10 or more or Php1500 per show basis. Reservations are required for groups of less than 10. You may inquire at this telephone number (632) 524-2827 / 551-3945 for further details.reynelandrozie Intramuros and Rizal’s Bagumbayan Light and Sound Museum is located… Read More »
“Daluyong” is a large waves which are created by extreme winds, earthquakes, or any other force of nature. Daluyong is called katad in tagalog. The Ilocano calls it Aluyo, Buyun in Kapampangan, Agwahe in Spanish, and it is called Tidal Wave in English. Ang Daluyong ay isang malaking along likha ng matinding hangin, lindol, o anumang lakas ng kalikasan.