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Old July 2nd, 2010, 03:50 PM   #3561
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DPWH Buildings in Region 1 rehabilitation project

1. Rehabilitation/Improvement of
DPWH Regional Office Building,
Region I, San Fernando City,
La Union

2. Improvement of DPWH Ilocos Sur
I District Engineering Office
Building, including quarters,
Ilocos Sur

3. Improvement of Ilocos Norte I
District Engineering Office Building,
Ilocos Norte

4. Construction of Employees' Quarter
and Improvement/Rehabilitation of DPWH
Pangasinan Sub-District Engineering Office
Building, Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan

5. Construction of Employees' Quarter
and Rehabilitation of DPWH Pangasinan
3rd District Engineering Office Building,
Tumana, Rosales, Pangasinan
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ganda pala ng laoag....ganda nung pwesto ng robinsons' niyo ah..
thanks william! hope you could visit our place someday
ang Robinsons ay located sa boundary ng laoag at San Nicolas...the location is perfect

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Showcasing the Ilokano Product "Abel Iloco" I thought is a briliant idea. People in this kind of acumen should explore more ideas how to better promote the product that Ilocanos can proudly produce and provide not only locally but internationally. Way to go "kailian" and to the person/s who initiated this program.
It truly is a brilliant idea... all the credits go to the Marcoses btw, welcome to the thread Ephesus29!


The romance of the ‘abel’ Iluko
By Rene Guatlo
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First Posted 00:27:00 05/19/2008

Filed Under: Tourism, Culture (general), Textiles & Clothing
MANILA, Philippines - Abel is the ilocano term that refers to the process of weaving, while inabel is the final woven product (although the terms are now used interchangeably).

Some of the well-known centers of inabel are Bangar in La Union; Tagudin, Santiago and Vigan in Ilocos Sur; and Paoay, Pinili and Sarrat in Ilocos Norte.

The very name of Tagudin is apparently derived from tagud, a process of scrubbing/combing the cotton yarn using coconut husks.

Paoay and Sarrat are famous for their churches—Church of San Agustin in Paoay and Church of Santa Monica in Sarrat. Both being coastal towns (Paoay on the seashore, Sarrat by Padsan River which drains out to the coast past Laoag), the two are known trading centers from precolonial times.

Interior designer Mel Andino is one of the resource persons in things Ilocano. He says binakol designs, often called “op-art” because of the optical illusion created by its dizzying design, represent the waves of the sea, and ancient tribes believed the binakol patterns protected them from vicious spirits—hence, their predominant use in the rituals of the upland tribes.

Some say there is no such thing as Tingguian (also called Itneg) weave as the textiles were woven by the Ilocanos. The mountain tribes bartered their gold and beeswax for the fabrics, turning them into works of art with beautiful joinery, for use in their rituals.

Others say, while the Tingguians used to weave most of their fabrics, the patterns were mastered by the lowland Ilocanos, who eventually cornered the market for fabrics. There is room for further research in this area.

Among the Tingguians, the number and quality of blankets and fabrics were indications of family wealth and social standing. The family’s best textiles are exhibited during the wake for a deceased family member.

Because of the difference in manner of use, lowland textiles tend to wear out, while those of the tribes, brought out only occasionally, tend to last longer and in better shape. Present-day collectors make the mistake of attributing the weaving to the owners of the fabrics.

Experts also consider the joinery in upland blankets an indication of location—the borders also signify the boundaries between tribes and towns. The knowledgeable person would know which particular town or community made the blanket from the quality and form of the joinery used, in the same way we can tell where people are from based on word use and accents.

The true expert would be able to identify the particular person who put the blanket together. The decorative aspect of the joinery is a given—with some made to look like a row of spiders, fingernails, circles, triangles.

‘Banderado,’ ‘binakol,’ brocade

For Ilocanos, the binandera is the simplest design of all—consisting of stripes on the sides, or in the middle of the fabric. This is probably one of the oldest designs, one that is slowly going out of favor, most users now preferring newer and more elaborate designs. In Ilocos Sur, the design is called cantarinis, and the material was originally used for sailcloths, the same as old binakol weaves.

Binakol is still made in Ilocos Norte, mainly in Sarrat and Paoay; a barrio of weavers west of Vigan also manufactures a thinner variant. Predominantly black or indigo, with patterns in white or cream, binakol is one of the original weaves of Ilocos. Rough and hardy, just like denim, it hardly wears out. There are variants in red, green and yellow, generally considered to have been owned by the richer classes.

The brocade weaves of Santiago are quite elaborate, with some colorful examples. The pinilian—a repeating pattern of stylized geometric figures, leaves, flowers, crabs, horses and even male and female forms—is one of the most representative and is favored by the Tingguians for their ritual blankets. The dinapat, with a “running design which fits the entire field of the textile,” uses repeating figures of two-headed frogs, rivers, mountains.

While the patterns of Ilocano abel are similar, there are subtle differences in color combinations, and the thickness of the weave—from gossamer mosquito nets to thick brocades and embroidery.

There are myriad shapes—stylized stars, pineapples, grapes, turkeys, horses, even the two-headed eagle (which is not really as strange as it seems because the bird is also one of the symbols of the Augustinians, who were among the first missionaries in the north).

In the Ilocano epic “Lam-ang,” the hero has a two-headed pet chicken called Gik-gik—suggesting the image of the two-headed eagle, appropriated to illustrate the mythical bird.

The most sophisticated ones are the monotones with very fine and subtle patterns (tiny diamonds within diamonds, circles, squares and other geometric shapes).

Leno is a plain weave, with a literal twist, as patterns are made by twisting a few selected skeins in the process of weaving. This tedious process creates a simple but beautiful material suitable for blankets and clothing.

Ilocano blankets are known for their exuberant colors, but there are also variants in plain white or cream, with embossed designs. Recently consumers have taken a liking for these white-on-white creations—the elaborate designs muted by the unified color.

‘Sacred blanket’

The inalson, a white diamond twill weave native to the Tingguians, with stripes on the sides, circular designs on top and bottom, and with joinery of dots and dashes, is among the most valued because of the supernatural character attributed to it. It is ceremonially used during births and is considered “possessed by spirits.”

Inalson-inspired skirts are still being made in Ilocos Sur, but times being what they are, the dimensions are smaller, and the colors more garish owing to the use of man-made dyes instead of the traditional plant dyes.
(Ilocos Sur and Abra were centers of indigo production during the Spanish colonial era. Tayum, the local word for “indigo,” is also a place name in Abra, and Tayuman in Manila refers to the trading in the product done there during those times. The bark of the damortis or camachile is traditionally used for the dark crimson/red favored by Ilocanos.)

The northern mountain tribes had some of the richest and most elaborate weaves, some of which have already vanished, like the ikat dyed cotton burial shrouds of the Isinai.

The bandala weave, a simple white cloth with deep-blue line at the sides is a light and almost see-through fabric that is used to this day. A midnight-blue variant, with a white line in the middle, is coarser and is used for funeral rites. They are still woven in the Ilocos lowlands and sold in the Cordillera together with loincloth (ba-ag or bahag).

Rainbow of colors

While Ilocano taste tends to be generally severe, the colors red, yellow, green, blue and their shades figure prominently in abel.

The material used for skirts (pandiling) is specially colorful. Even the predominantly black variants are decorated with bright checks or lines in violet, yellow, red or green. The skirt itself can be more or less straight and tubular, or with a pronounced “tail” that can be tucked into the waist to form a severe silhouette.

The ladies’ tops are usually hand-stitched gossamer creations of fine abaca, cotton or piña cloth. Appliqued or embroidered designs are usually sparse and geometric but there are also elaborate floral samples.

The ensemble is usually completed with matching ring and earrings, gold tamburin necklace (the longer the necklace, the more formal the occasion), and embroidered sapatillas.

The clothing options of the men are limited to pinstripe pants, usually indigo, black or brown, and embroidered jusi or piña for the baro or shirt. Some plaid cotton shirt materials can be quite colorful, complementing the more elaborate ladies’ patterns.

The gentleman’s wardrobe is completed with a simple walking stick, and the headgear called kattokong or tabungao (of dried gourd lacquered a deep orange-red, and finished with elaborate basketry inside).

Looking forward

With the ready availability of cheap machine-made fabrics and ready-made clothing, abel was once a dying tradition.

In the ’80s and ’90s, former Rep. Imee Marcos, Irene Marcos Araneta and Liza Araneta Marcos joined forces with local weavers, headed by the late Aida Fernandez, to revitalize this craft through Bagnos, an organization set up to help the weavers produce better fabrics, and to market abel to the world.

Weavers’ cooperatives sustain this tradition, with the support of organizations like Gameng Foundation and the Museo Ilocos Norte, which were also established by the Marcoses.


Ilocos Norte Gov. Michael M. Keon supports the abel tradition as part of his initiatives for tourism, along with agriculture, health and education.
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808 state oo nga.haha, galing ng pwesto talaga strategic ang pagkakalagay sa robinsons..
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808 state oo nga.haha, galing ng pwesto talaga strategic ang pagkakalagay sa robinsons..
oo maganda talaga ang location...pagpasok pa lang sa Laoag, Robinsons ang sasalubong sa iyo pag galing ka ng Manila parang ramdam mo na talaga ang kaunlaran haha kaya lang sakop na ito ng San Nicolas na dating parte ng Laoag
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oo maganda talaga ang location...pagpasok pa lang sa Laoag, Robinsons ang sasalubong sa iyo pag galing ka ng Manila parang ramdam mo na talaga ang kaunlaran haha kaya lang sakop na ito ng San Nicolas na dating parte ng Laoag
kumuha po ng lupa ang san nicolas sa laoag?
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sakop ng Laoag ang San Nicolas noon, kaya lang humiwalay ang San Nicolas sa Laoag at gumawa ng sariling LGU
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Toyota donates basic automotive tools and signage


THE TOYOTA Motor Philippines Foundation. (TMPF) has donated basic automotive tools for the in-campus Toyota Technology Center (TTC) at the College of Industrial Tech-nology (CIT) in Laoag City. Posters and signage for the TTC were also handed during a program held on March 19 at the AV Room.


In her acceptance speech, Dr. Miriam E. Pascua, MMSU president, hailed the continuing efforts by the company under its Toyota Automotive Education Program (TAEP) to improve the quality of automotive technology-enhanced course in MMSU.


Dr. Pascua emphasized that TTC at MMSU is a manifestation that indeed Toyota is "within" the university. She also wished that Toyota engineers and technicians shall be tapped as affiliate faculty of the university in the future.


Mr. Ronald N. Gaspar, coordinating officer and education head of TMPF, assured that Toyota shall continually upgrade facilities of the TTC and promised to elevate it as a regional skills development center in automotive servicing. The various sets of automotive tools, valued at PhP45,000, shall be used in instruction in the Bachelor of Automotive Technology at CIT.


Toyota Dagupan City’s (TDC) commitment and support as dealer partner for MMSU’s TTC was also voiced by Beauteous Joy Chua. MMSU is among 18 nominated partner schools in the country that host a TTC dedicated to the study of Toyota engine technology. Training simulators, consisting of six engines (gas and diesel) and two transmissions, have been donated by the company through the years to build up the facilities for the TTC at CIT.


Toyota also sponsors five scholars, presently undergoing a six-month on-the-job training (OJT) at TDC. They are now in their third year. They are the second batch of recipients of a market-driven scholarship program of Toyota. Among the first batch of scholars from CIT is Bobby Pedro N. Agustin who is now undergoing a two-year intensive training at Toyota Center in Japan. MMSU’s automotive technology instructors have also undergone immersion training program at TDC.


Before the turnover program, TMPF’s Gaspar spoke to automotive technology students on the study of Toyota Way in general and Toyota Production System in particular. He explained the concepts of quality, productivity, safety, environment protection, and Kaizen or continuous improvement.


TMPF is the corporate social development arm of the Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation. It is focused on supporting initiatives in developing education, basic healthcare, environmental conservation, and community services. (Celerino F. Ancheta)
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1. Construction of Bridge to connect
Sudipen, La Union and Sugpon, Ilocos Sur

2. Construction of Sabangan Bridge,
Brgy. Sabangan, Lingayen, Pangasinan

3. Rehabilitation of Carmen Jct.-
Jct.-Bayambang Road, Pangasinan,

Km. 179+000-Km. 180+000 with exceptions

4. Construction of San Fabian Mountain Roads,
San Fabian, Pangasinan

5. Construction of Boulder Bank Protection
Upstream of San Vicente Bridge, San Jacinto
Pangasinan

6. Construction of Carmay East Road,
Rosales, Pangasinan

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1. Rehabilitation/Improvement of
DPWH Regional Office Building,
Region I, San Fernando City,
La Union

2. Improvement of DPWH Ilocos Sur
I District Engineering Office
Building, including quarters,
Ilocos Sur

3. Improvement of Ilocos Norte I
District Engineering Office Building,
Ilocos Norte

4. Construction of Employees' Quarter
and Improvement/Rehabilitation of DPWH
Pangasinan Sub-District Engineering Office
Building, Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan

5. Construction of Employees' Quarter
and Rehabilitation of DPWH Pangasinan
3rd District Engineering Office Building,
Tumana, Rosales, Pangasinan
wow madaming projects para sa rehiyon! Go Go Go Region 1!
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MMSU alumnus tops CISA exam


PATRICK JOSEPH M. Sardonas, an April 2007 B.S. Accountany cum laude graduate of MMSU, ranked first in the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) examination held in December 2009. There were 47 examinees from various organizations in the country, and only 28 passed. They were recognized at the Inter Continental Hotel in Manila last April 6.


The CISA designation is awarded to individuals with interest in information systems auditing, control, and security. It is recognized globally and has been earned by more than 70,000 professionals since inception. Its information systems auditing and control standards are followed by practitioners worldwide.


Sardonas passed the certified public accountant examination in October 2007. He worked at Sycip, Gorres, and Velayo & Co. as an information technology auditor, November 2007 - June 2009. At present, he works as BSP (Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas) bank examiner.


A varsity debater in college, Sardonas was part of the MMSU-SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) team which emerged as national champion and semi-finalist in the 2006 SIFE World Cup held in Paris, France.
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ahhh..okay po.hehe, salamat po.
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from: http://www.ilocosnorte.gov.ph/index....445&Itemid=320


hahaha hindi pa na-update yung website, kasi yung mukha pa ni former gov. keon yung nandoon hehehe
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hahaha hindi pa na-update yung website, kasi yung mukha pa ni former gov. keon yung nandoon hehehe
Ang lawak ng Vintar at Nueva Era. he he.Dulo na pala yung Pagudpud, maganda daw diyan.
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REGION ONE (ILOCOS)
THE 4TH MOST PROGRESSIVE REGION IN THE COUNTRY
THE PROVINCE OF PANGASINAN
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wow aliguas pangasinan nice!! ganda pala ng kapitolyo niyo,ganda ng kulay.. a
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La Union 74.6
Bulacan 73.4
Ilocos Norte 73.0
Camarines Sur 73.0
Benguet 72.9
Cebu 72.6
Batangas 72.6
Pampanga 72.4
Cagayan 72.0
Albay 71.9

simple lifestyle siguro ang sikreto ng mga taga La Union at Ilocos Norte sa longetivity

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simply laeng dayta, nalaing da nga agsida iti saluyot (jute leaves).. hehehe
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hehe, La Union is the youngest province of the region. Isu pay ti naidumduma iti provincial capitol na. hehehe.
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simply laeng dayta, nalaing da nga agsida iti saluyot (jute leaves).. hehehe
favorite ko saluyot ipang-himagas idiay rabong hehehe. uray anya nga suli ditoy ayan mi adu saluyot nga agtubtubo
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wow i-repost mo uli ito pag threAd 4 na ang regional thread natin! hehehe
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