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Old October 29th, 2011, 07:44 PM   #61
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UP Subol hosts ‘Padunungan’ 2011 in Pangasinan

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DAGUPAN CITY, Oct. 29 (PIA) -- The best, brightest and wittiest students gathered Friday for the annual inter-school competition organized by students of the University of the Philippines Subol Society (UPSS).

Dubbed as ‘Padunungan 2011’, the event showcases on-the-spot competitions on poem recital, poem writing, essay writing (English and Pangasinan), poster making, sandpaper art making, and quiz show.

Elementary and high school students from 31 schools from the province participated in the two-day contest slated on October 27-28.

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Pagdadalamhati ng Lungsod October 31, 2011 7pm at the Dagupan City Museum

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Ambong: Mother tongue based-multilingual education
| More | By Villiam C. Ambong

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Thursday, October 27, 2011

HINDI maikakaila na ang Pilipinas ay isang bansang may malaking pagpapahalaga sa edukasyon. Pinatutunayan ito ng taun-taong paglobo ng populasyon ng mga mag-aaral na pumapasok sa paaralan.

Bagaman kabilang sa mga bansang ‘Third World,’ pinagsusumikapan ng bawat pamilya na ang mga anak ay makapag-aral at makapagtapos sa antas elementarya at sekundarya, at kung mamarapatin ay hanggang kolehiyo. Maraming mga magulang ang sumusuong sa ibang bansa upang masiguradong lamang na makapag-aral ang mga anak.

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Isa sa ipinagmamalaki ng Pilipinas ang pagkakaroon ng mataas na literacy rate ng mga mag-aaral na nagtapos ng sekundarya at tersyarya. Pinatunayan ito ng isang sarbey na ginawa ng Functional Literacy and Mass Media Survey ng National Statistics Office noong 2008.

Ang literacy rate ng Pilipinas ay 86.4 porsyento na higit na mas mataas kaysa noong 2003 na 84.1 porsyento lamang. Nagtala ng pinakamataas na rating ang Metro Manila sa 94 porsyento at ang pinakamababa ay Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao na may 71.4 porsyento.

Ayon sa mga pag-aaral, ito ang kalagayan ng edukasyon sa Pilipinas. Sa mga Pilipino edad 10 - 64, 40 porsyento ang nakapagtapos ng elementary o nasa antas elementary; 32 porsyento ang nakatapos o nasa antas sekundarya; 19 porsyento ang nakatapos o nasa antas tersyarya o mataas pa; habang ang 9 porsyento ang walang pinag-aralan. Habang tumataas ang antas, bumababa naman ang bilang ng nagtatapos dito na siyang tinatawag na cake effect of education.

Ilan pang nakapapangambang datos sa kalagayan ng edukasyon sa Pilipinas: 1) The Philippine labor force will be 42.4 million; but, only 8 percent or 3.4M will have a college degree or higher (includes those who migrate); 2) 312 will not graduate for every 1,000 entrants in elementary and only 7 percentwill have a proficiency of at least 75 percent in English, Mathematics, and Science; and, 605 will not graduate for every 1,000 entrants in high school.

Isang malaking hamon sa pamahalaan, sa bawat isa, sa bawat guro, at sa bawat Pilipinong may pagmamalasakit sa Pilipinas. At, bilang tugon sa hamong ito, nabuo ang HB 3719 – The Multilingual Education and Literacy Bill ni Cong. Magtanggol Gunigundo na sinuportahan ng Senate Bill 2249 o Omnibus Education Reform Act ni dating senador Mar Roxas na may layuning mapabuti ang kalagayan ng edukasyon.

Ito ang naging batayan upang mabuo ang Mother Tongue Based-Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE). Layunin nitong masolusyunan ang lumalaking functional literacy ng mga Pilipino sa siyang ipinapakita ng mga datos na nabanggit.

Makalipas ang maraming taon, namulat ang mga Pilipino sa realidad ng pagiging mabisa Mother Tongue Based-Multilingual Education at ngayon ay naging sentro ng pagbabago sa edukasyon na nais isulong ng Basic Education Reform Agenda (BESRA).

Ayon sa BESRA, ang MTB-MLE ay: (1) not just a reform in the language we use in teaching our students; it is an important part of an overall package of reforms for basic education; (2) about our student learning and attaining high standards of achievement in learning; (3) a major approach to improve the quality of student learning; and (4) aligned with broad reform efforts that the Department of Education is doing for basic education.

Binigyang kahulugan naman ng BESRA ang Mother Tongue as the language for acquiring literacy and the foundation for acquiring other languages of learning in the Philippine multilingual society.

Napakahalagang aspeto sa BESRA ang wika sapagkat kinikilala na ang: literacy is the entry; learning of all subjects is facilitated through the use of learner’s language; and, language is the entry point of all higher forms of learning.

At hindi kaila na sa Pilipinas, unang wika ang Tagalog/Filipino, Cebuano, Ilokano, Hiligaynon, Bikol, Kapampangan, Pangasinan, Waray, Tausug, at iba pa.
Maaari ring unang wika ang Ingles, Chinese, o Spanish kung ito ang unang wikang natutunan ng bata at ginagamit nang madalas. Samakatuwid, ang usaping MTB-MLE ay kung anong wika ang epektebong gagamitin sa mas mahusay na pagkakatuto.

Ang MTB-MLE ay nagsimula pa noong Hulyo 2009 na inaasahang gagamitin sa lahat ng larangan ng pormal na edukasyon. Sa kasalukuyan, mayroon ng 104 na paaralan ang nagpapatupad ng MTB-MLE sa 16 na rehiyon sa Pilipinas.

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LAWAS KAN PINABLI (Forever Loved)
Lawas Kan Pinabli (Forever Loved) is a new feature-length experimental film produced by Sine Caboloan Co.Ltd. through a film grant from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, a government agency in the Philippines under the Office of the President. The film’s title Lawas Kan Pinabli is based from a popular folk love song in the Pangasinan province with the same title. Lawas Kan Pinabli is an independent film about the existential condition of migrant Filipino workers in the Middle East. Moreover, the film also aims to promote the Pangasinan language by using it prominently throughout the film.
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The Lowland Cultural Community of Pangasinan
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Pangasinan occupies the northern part of central Luzon, bounded by the China Sea and Lingayen Gulf. It is 170 kilometers north of Manila, the capital of the Philippines. The province is mostly plains and coastal areas, while the remainder is agricultural or forested. Three river systems flow through the province, and the Cordillera, Benguet, and Zambales mountains bounded it. It was noted early on that the province was at a lower elevation than the rest of Luzon. Pangasinan has six districts, and the cities of Dagupan, San Carlos and Urdaneta. It has forty-six municipalities. Provincial population was registered at 2,178,212 in 1995. The average size of households is 5.24, and the literacy rate 96.6%. The voting population in 1995 was 1,147,818.

About 43% of the people speak Pangasinan, and roughly the same percentage, Ilokano. Bolinao-Zambal is spoken in certain areas, although studies reveal that it may belong to another ethnic group. The orthography of Pangasinan has vowels clustered in groups of three to five in all, e.g. linaoa (breath); lioaoa (light). The proportion of people speaking this language seems to be on the decline, however, due to linguistic pressure from Ilokano and Tagalog. The difficulties of mastering the language and the migration of people from other locales have been cited as a factor, although the pervasiveness of Tagalog in mass media and the educational system is also responsible.

Pangasinan derives its name from a phrase meaning "the place where salt is made." An alternative etymological interpretation is from the word caboloan, "the place where bamboo grows." In this case, the species of bamboo alluded to is a particular variety that is known for its smooth texture and ability to take a fine finish, making it suitable for weaving baskets and other crafts. The province was referred to as Feng-Shia-Shih tan in a Chinese manuscript of the sixteenth century. Envoys from the province paid tribute to Emperor Yung-Lo of the Ming Dynasty (1372-1424). Accounts by Ibn Batuta and Chao Ju Kua tell of the flourishing trade between Pangasinan and Arabia, Borneo, Japan and India.

In 1572, Miguel Lopez de Legaspi conquered Pangasinan. Within eight eight years, the province had been established. Lingayen was the first town to be created; except for a four-month long occupation by the Chinese corsair Limahong, in 1575, the pacification campaigns of the Spaniards progressed. Missionaries described the people as "hostile, obstinate, barbarians, the worst, the fiercest and the most cruel of all tribes." By the early 17th century, however, the natives came to be described as possessed of infinite goodness, and "some are of very good intelligence and are ingenious." The facade of a seemingly tranquil province belied the growing intransigence of its people in reaction to the onerous exaction's of the colonial government. The revolts led by Andres Malong and Juan dela Cruz Palaris in 1660-1662 and 1762-1765 ignited a century-long sentiment to be freed from exploitation and impositions.

In the early months of 1898, thirteen western municipalities joined the revolution that broke out two years earlier. During the period following the Filipino-American War, the La Partido was founded. In 1930, Pangasinan was declared financially able to join the Commonwealth. During the Second World War, Filipino guerilla units fought side-by-side with the Americans. With the establishment of the Fourth Philippine Republic in 1946, several prominent politicians from Pangasinan joined Congress. In the EDSA revolution in 1986, General Fidel V. Ramos figured as a leader, and in 1992 was elected President of the Republic.

The province of Pangasinan has a rich and varied folk literature. An example of this is the Aligando, probably the longest local folksong at 563 lines (excluding four quatrains). It is also considered an original Christmas carol, and takes about an hour and a half to perform. Other examples of this ancient oral tradition include 631 proverbs, 465 riddles and puzzles, numerous myths, legends, tales of supernatural creatures, and love songs known as petek. The storytellers, known as tumatagaumen, wove tales for every season. Indicative of the peoples' values and skills too were their dances. Thus, the imunan was a courtship dance, the tagam a war dance, and the kumakaret a test of dexterity. These dances were accompanied by the music of the tulali, a flute used during festivities.

Since ancient times women have played a leading role in their communities. They enjoyed a wide variety of privileges other than those related to religious functions. In courtship, men were subject to a period of servitude, and although marriages were arranged, a bride price was practiced, and women could keep property and initiate divorce. The legendary Princess Urduja was renowned for her intelligence and her enlightened rule. Significantly, the women of the province figured prominently in the agrarian colorum movement of the 1930s and in the women's suffrage movement.

The people of Pangasinan are noted for their piety; both the Virgin of Manaoag and the Son of God (Divino Tesoro) are said to have worked miracles. However, they also maintain a deep-seated belief in supernatural beings beyond the fold of the Church. These include the pasatsat, a gruesome ghost rolled up in a mat, and dikay dalen, literally, 'grass of the earth," dwarves who form a band and parade around at midnight, riding on bamboo twigs that sway with the wind. In pre-Christian times, the supreme deity was "Ama-Gaolay." The people believed anitos or spirits lurked everywhere, capable of inflicting pain and suffering, or of granting rewards. The Pistay Dayat (Feast of the Sea) is an ancient ritual offering to the spirits of the waters to pacify the gods. Old women known as amiteras were priestesses, who performed ceremonies called maganitos to secure favor from the heavens. They believed in an afterlife. Death, for them, was a voyage, thus, food and other needs were buried with the dead. Mourning rites required an abstinence from rice, wine, meat and fish. A gold chain or a piece of rattan worn around the neck symbolized mourning attire with a great banquet marking the end of mourning.

The people of Pangasinan are something of a paradox. They count among their fold the fiercest rebels against colonial rule, taking pride in calling themselves amputi layag or "white ear," in allusion to the ears of Spaniards that they severed as tokens of victory. Pangasinan is one of the few provinces in the country whose people, both the elite anacbanua and the dependent timawa joined hands in revolt against the Spanish colonizers while keeping to the Catholic faith. They have been seen as exclusive, attempting to remain ethnically distinct yet they have absorbed a substantial Ilokano ethnic community. However, they are not regionalist. No presidential candidate has obtained a majority vote from the province. The people have also proved to be both traditionalist yet progressive quoting a statement: "while it is not an established fact that Urduja and her kingdom were in Pangasinan, let us keep her as belonging to the Pangasinense."
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Pangasinan experimental documentary film LAWAS KAN PINABLI, screening at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts’ BACOLLYWOOD: CINEMAREHIYON 4 on February 11, 2012 Saturday 10AM at Robinsons Bacolod MovieWorld Cinema 6, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental. Admission is Free. Watch trailer at http://vimeo.com/31755415
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Patnubay Advocates Language Preservation

JANUARY 09, 2012
TASIO ESPIRITU

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Language preservation is very important because when a language dies, the next generation will find it difficult to understand their past culture and tradition.

When patnubay.com was launched in year 2005, the Preservation of the Philippine Native Languages was our secondary objective. However, due to our limited number of volunteers, we focused mainly on the OFW Empowerment and on assisting OFWs in labor, police and welfare cases

We have achieved impressive success on these primary objectives but the Language Preservation did not materialize until OFW Christopher Gozum joined Patnubay in the late 2010. Direk Chris, as we fondly call him, is an independent Filipino film director who uses filmmaking as a way to preserve and save the Pangasinan language, literature and culture. His award-winning film Anacbanua (Child of the sun) was shot entirely in the province of Pangasinan and is the only full-length movie in Pangasinan language.

His experimental film called Lawas Kan Pinabli (Forever Loved) was a finalist at 2011 Cinemanila Film Festival. The film features stories of OFWs in distress. The narration is in Pangasinan language while the languages used for interviews of OFWs are in Cebuano, Tagalog and Pangasinan.

Nowadays, the internet is one of the best ways to raise awareness about language preservation and encourage the younger generations to speak their native language. The internet servers can also serve as repository of words of each native language.
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1st Pangasinan Literary Awards

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The Pangasinan Literary Awards, is the province’s 1st literary contest, conceptualized to help develop Pangasinan literature by providing incentives for professional and aspiring Pangasinan writers to craft their most proficient literary works in their native language. This award, is thus, envisioned to also help in the preservation of the Pangasinan language and in the Pangasinenses’ appreciation of their mother tongue, in the written form.

On its first year, the PLA announces that it is now accepting submissions for Poetry and Short Story Categories under the Adult Division, and Poetry and Essay Categories under the Youth Division.

GUIDELINES AND RULES OF THE CONTEST:

1. The contest is open to all writers in the Province of Pangasinan, except those of the organizers, the judges and their immediate kin. Deadline for submission of entries is on March 14, 2012.

2. Entries must be original (not translated from other languages); have not won a prize in other contests; published and produced works can be entered in the contests.

3. The contest has two categories under two divisions: Poetry and Short Story Writing (Adult Division) and Poetry and Essay Writing (Youth Division – 18 years and below). All entries must be written in the Pangasinan language.

4. The theme is open and free, except for the Essay writing, under the Youth Division. The theme for the essay writing shall be “Say bilay na sakey a salita, Wala’d mabunan litiratura”.

5. Authors can submit two (2) separate entries in each category. Each can win a prize.

6. For Poetry category, the entry must be a collection of 8 to 10 poems. Each poem must not be less than 10 lines but not more than 25 lines, and must be typewritten clearly, single spaced or computerized in size 12, font Times New Roman Medium on an 8 ½” x 11” bond paper.

7. For the Short Story category, an entry must be at least ten (10) but not more than twenty eight (28) written pages. It must be typewritten clearly, double spaced or computerized in size 12, font Times New Roman on an 8 ½” x 11” bond paper, with approximately one (i) inch on all sides and the page number typed consecutively e.g. 1 of 28, 2 of 28 and so on. The entry must include a one-page synopsis.

8. For the Essay Category, an entry must be at least four (4) but not more than five (5) typewritten pages. It must carry an original title.

9. All entries should be submitted in four (4) copies. All sets of entry shall bear only the “pen name” of the contestant and not his/her real name. Each entry must be accompanied with a sealed envelope containing a short biography of the author, bearing his/her name and address, the title of his/her entry and a 2”x2” picture and cellphone/telephone no.

10. Entries submitted via e-mail should be a MSWord document file and should be sent as an attachment together with the author’s bio-data and 2”x2” picture (Pls. indicate the E-mail address).

Cash prizes and trophies await the winners. Non-winning authors shall be entitled to a certificate of participation. The cash prizes shall be as follows:

Adult Division / Youth Division

a. Poetry

1st prize Php 10,000. / Php 5,000.

2nd prize Php 8,000. / Php 3,000.

3rd prize Php 5,000. / Php 2,000.



b. Short Story

1st prize - Php 15,000.

2nd prize - Php 10,000.

3rd prize - Php 8,000.



c. Essay

1st prize - Php 8,000.

2nd prize - Php 5,000.

3rd prize - Php 3,000.

The names of the winners shall be announced on April 4, 2012. Awarding of prizes will be during the Commemorative Program of Agew of Pangasinan on April 13, 2012.

For information and submission of entries, please see the Secretariat, Pangasinan Tourism Office, 1st Floor Malong Building, Capitol Complex, Lingayen, Pangasinan. Contact numbers (075) 542-8007 or 542-6853 or email tourismpangasinan@yahoo.com.

Download the PANGASINAN LITERARY AWARDS guidelines, official entry form, and authorization form.

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author is Dr Marot Nelmida-Flores, a native of San Carlos City, Pangasinan

The Cattle Caravans of Ancient Caboloan

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PANGASINAN: The Salt of The Earth
TUESDAY, 06 APRIL 2010 22:20
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PHOTOS BY LE GRANDE PEDROCHE
THE AJPRESS SPECIAL TO THE ASIAN JOURNAL

Caravan cultures throughout the world depict stories of real journeys, discoveries and exploits. They also account for the construction of local histories, territories and market societies. At best, caravan routes map the geoeconomic and the ethnohistoric trail of peoples on the road towards venture capitalism in the earlier centuries.
But in the 21st century, the history of caravan cultures remain only in the people’s memory as artifact (or artifice?) and which has been romanticized into bioepics or heroic adventures of legendary men caught in the age of material adventurism from the 13th to 16th centuries. In this day of global network and cyber transactions, it is fascinating and at the same time remarkable how the caravan culture still persists in the Philippines.

Its persistence as a vestige of feudal past in an era of intensified commercialization and industrialization is indeed indicative of uneven modes of development, as it is symbolic of intersecting diverse cultures where the rural locale ventures into the national and into the global with far reaching implications on issues of ethnicity and cultural import.

The cattle caravans of ancient Caboloan continue to peddle their bamboo-based products from the province of Pangasinan to the highways of Metro Manila. These are the ubiquitous cattle-drawn carriages selling hammocks, bamboo chairs and bookshelves we see around Metro Manila.

More than just a cultural icon for tourists, the cattle caravans trace its origins to the ancient Caboloan, an interior ethnic state in the province of Pangasinan. Caboloan refers to a place where bolo (a specie of bamboo) is abundant—which explains why the cattle caravans up to this day peddle goods made from bamboo and rattan. These bamboo-based products are traded in prehispanic times with the coastal villages, especially in "Panag-asinan," where salt was produced. This interior (alog)-coast (baybay) dichotomy and its accompanying trading relations were obscured by the colonial mapping of Spanish Augustinian missionaries, who coming from the coastal town of Bolinao named the entire region as Pangasinan. This prehispanic cultural relations between the interior-coast dichotomy of Caboloan-Pangasinan noted by Scott and Keesing to be vital in the paper of ethnohistories, continue to exist through the living artefact which is the cattle caravan trade.

Locating the cattle caravans of ancient Caboloan is also an attempt at reconstructing local history. Journeying through the caravan routes from the heart of Caboloan to Metro Manila, the cartwheel connects culture and commerce from the village to the metropolis. The cattle caravans’ anachronism in today’s world market economy becomes an assertion of locality and ethnicity in the face of the hegemonic ethnonational and the reifying global system. While the province of Pangasinan is valuated in political terms because of its significant voting population, its ethnocultural history and reality is perceived to be merely part of the mythic kingdom of the Greater Ilocandia. Thus, the cattle caravans serve both as a romantic symbol of an ancient Caboloan culture and as an ethnocultural text amidst the flux of emerging societies and economies.

The Philippines is said to be a "bamboo country" because of its swampy coasts and rivers. Historian Isagani Medina lists several place-names which pay tribute to the bamboo such as Meycauayan in Bulacan, Pasong Kawayan in General Trias, Cavite, Cauayan in Negros Occidental and Caoayan in Ilocos Sur. To add to this list is Caboloan of the interior plains of Pangasinan. While the bamboo industry is spread out in different parts of the archipelago, it is only in Caboloan where the tradition of transporting bamboo-based products through the cattle caravan persists up to this day and age.

Tourism takes delight in this seemingly quaint, exotic, museum piece of cattle caravans parading at the outskirts of Manila, which are occasionally used to attract foreign tourists. The Tourism office however fails to look at the caravan beyond its cultural significance.

In summary, this ethnocultural mapping is deemed important because it privileges the articulation and the life ways of the folk and how their stories, narratives and thought patterns intersect in the elite construction of Pangasinan history. With this presentation, I hope that it deepened somehow your understanding of the popular cultural archetypes such as Princess Urduja and the Virgin of Manaoag. It provides a sense of pride in terms of our roots and origins through the anachronistic cattle caravan and the earlier historical and trading relations between the coastal Panag-asinan and the interior Caboloan.

The Filipino exile abroad will only become alone if he has been totally uprooted from his native soil. But if his soul brings him to his roots even in a foreign land, he will forever remain Filipino or Pangasinan wherever he may be.

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masantos ya labi kabaleyan!

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Ilinggis mo pa tay matam ya kawigi
aleg la tay kawanan ta antak la ran mable
no ilinggis mo balet agmo isasabi
ta ipatey kon pilit no ag mo nababawi

bang komon agi
no limon kan kakanen
iyan takad nguroy dilak
ya pantolintolinen
agta ka akmonen
agta ka met gatgaten
iyan takad nguroy dilak
ya pantolintolinen

anggan wadwan ka agik ed oteotey day rosas
ya agko naramdam tan
agko balot nagawat
say gaween kon remidyo
mangala ak na espeho
ta say anino mo agik
so pandaleman koy aro

bang komon agi
no limon kan kakanen
iyan takad nguroy dilak
ya pantotolintolinen
agta ka akmonen
agta ka met gatgaten
iyan takad nguroy dilak
ya pantolintolinen

anggan wadyam ka agik ed pegpegley na dayat
ya ag balot nasabiay mandalinton sulat
say gaween kon remidyo
manbilunsalaksak ak
ya unla ditan diad diking
ya mandalem ya irap

bang komon agi
no limon kan kakanen
iyan takad nguroy dilak
ya pantotolintolinen
agta ka akmonen
agta ka met gatgaten
alingasew mo labat
sarag ko lan kapesel

anggan wadwan ka agik ed kumapiton palandey
ya ag balot nasabiay mandalimton oley
say gaween kon rimidyo
mankinon kinompapey
ya unla tad ditan diad diking
ya mandalem ya patey

bang komon agi
no limon kan kakanen
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antak tan...kabisadok iran amin ya kansion da nen insiyong tan gusting


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makapailiw so undengel ed saray kansion da nen Insiyong tan Gusting
binalegan ko layy programa da kada-ugto. Kasabik ya manlapod eskuela, patnolen kon tampol so radyo mi tan iyalis kon tampol ed AM 1080 (Radyo Agila) tan antis ak ya undago/unloob pasumpalen ko ni so programa da. agga kumpleto'y panangan nu agko nang-ngel so Sigay, Kamkampuyo, Ponciano tan Aniani
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Pangasinan News: Pangasinan Literary Awards imparlas ed probinsia
Pangasinan Literary Awards launched in the province

By April Montes

Thursday 23rd of February 2012 TweetFacebookYahooEmailShareThisLINGAYEN, Pangasinan, Pebrero 23 (PIA) -- Imparlas na Tourism Operations Division na probinsia so Pangasinan Literary Awards nen katorse ya Pebrero.


Say Pangasinan Literary Awards et unaan ya labanan ed pansulat diad probinsia ya pirawat ton legpetan so salitan Pangasinan tan pian panliketan da ray Pangasinense so salita da ya akasulat, onong ed si Maria Luisa Elduayan, hepe diad opisina na turismo ed probinsia.

Sayan kompetisyon et lukas parad amin ya managsulat ed Pangasinan. Diad sayan labanan, walay duaran katigoria ed duaran dibisiyon, pansulat na anlong tan antikey a tongtong parad saray matatken tan pansulat na anlong tan “essay” parad saray kalangweran.

Mangawat na kuartan premyo tan tropeyo iray manalo. Diad pangiter na premyo, panilaloen da ran mansulat ya osaren so salitan Pangasinan pian mas nabilay so litiratura ed probinsia.

Parad saray matatken, say onaan ya premyo ed pansulat na anlong et samplon libo; walon libo parad kumadwan premyo; tan limaran libo parad kumatlon premyo. Diad pansulat na antikey a tontong, say unaan ya premyo et labinliman libo; samplon libo parad kumadwan premyo; tan walon libo parad kumatlon premyo.

Diad saray kalangweran, say unaan ya premyo diad pansulat na anlong et liman libo; taluran libo parad kumadwan premyo; tan duaran libo parad kumatlon premyo. Diad pansulat na “essay,” waloran libo so unaan ya premyo; limaran libo so kumadwan premyo; tan taluran libo so kumatlon premyo.

Say sampot ya agew na pansumite et no katorse na Marso. Naantaan iray analo no a-kwatro na Abril tan iter iray premyo no Agew na Pangasinan ya nagawa no a-onse na Abril.

Parad saray tepet ed sayan labanan, nayarin ompasiar ed opisina na turismo ya nanengneng ed unaan ya suelo ed palagey na Malong diad kapitolyo ed baley na Lingayen. Sarag to met so ontawag ed (075) 542-8007 o diad 542-6853 o man-email edtourismpangasinan@yahoo.com.

Panilaloen nen Elduayan so amin ya Pangasinense ya mitoop ed sayan labanan pian mas legpetan so salitan Pangasinan. (AMM-PIA 1 Pangasinan)
http://http://www.pia.gov.ph/news/in...=1941329900330
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makapailiw so undengel ed saray kansion da nen Insiyong tan Gusting
binalegan ko layy programa da kada-ugto. Kasabik ya manlapod eskuela, patnolen kon tampol so radyo mi tan iyalis kon tampol ed AM 1080 (Radyo Agila) tan antis ak ya undago/unloob pasumpalen ko ni so programa da. agga kumpleto'y panangan nu agko nang-ngel so Sigay, Kamkampuyo, Ponciano tan Aniani
imay kayon ya Aroskaldom corason antam man...
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Pangasinan launches first literary contest
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Thursday 23rd of February 2012 TweetFacebookYahooEmailShareThisLINGAYEN, Pangasinan, Feb. 23 (PIA) -- The Tourism Operations Division of the province launched the Pangasinan Literary Awards last February 14.



The Pangasinan Literary Awards is the first literary contest in the province envisioned to preserve the Pangasinan language and for Pangasinenses to appreciate their mother tongue in the written form, said Maria Luisa Elduayan, provincial tourism officer.



The competition is open to all writers in Pangasinan. There are two categories in the contest under two divisions: poetry and short story writing for adults and poetry and essay writing for the youth.



Cash prizes and trophies await the winners.



For the adult division, the first prize for poetry writing is Php 10,000; second prize is Php 8,000; and third prize is Php 5,000. Meanwhile, the first prize for short story writing is Php 15,000; second prize is Php 10,000; and third prize is Php 8,000.



For the youth division, the first prize for poetry writing is Php 5,000; second prize is Php 3,000; and third prize is Php 2,000. On the other hand, the first prize for essay writing is Php 8,000; second prize is Php 5,000; and third prize is Php 3,000.



Deadline for submission of entries is on March 14. The names of winners shall be announced on April 4 and prizes will be awarded during the commemorative program of Agew na Pangasinan (Pangasinan Day) slated on April 11.



For queries regarding the mechanics of the contest, interested participants may visit Pangasinan Tourism Office located at the first floor of Malong Building, Capitol Complex in Lingayen town. They may also call at (075) 542-8007 or 542-6853 or e-mail tourismpangasinan@yahoo.com.

Elduayan encouraged all Pangasinenses to partake in this literary contest which will further boost the preservation of Pangasinan native tongue. (PIA-Pangasinan)
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What's Up Dagupan? via Gabriel Cardinoza
Pangasinan language gets shot in the arm

Soon, it will no longer be difficult and confusing to write in the Pangasinan language. Last week, a group of linguists from the academe, Pangasinan writers and representatives from the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (KWF) met for three days in Lingayen to validate a proposed Pangasinan orthography, which was an output of a workshop in November last year by t...he Ulupan na Pansiansia’y Salitan Pangasinan (Association for the Preservation of the Pangasinan Language).

(By the way, the admin of What's Up Dagupan? is a staunch supporter and advocate of the preservation of Pangasinan language, culture and history and a lifetime member of Ulupan na Pansiansia’y Salitan Pangasinan.) http://http://www.facebook.com/yahoo#!/whatsupdagupan
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