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Fun TV stint

As shown in the last post, a video of me speaking the Ilokano language went viral on Facebook. First uploaded on February 28, 2015, by Romulo Mallanao, the video reached 1 million views in March and another 500,000 views in April. 498 more words

GUEST POST: An Ilokano Summer Picnic With Reggie Aspiras

by Eugene Caccam

Summer officially entered my calendar on Thursday, March 12. Despite a panic attack of Russian Syndrome (“Rush yan, rush yan”) in the Workplace, the prodding of the Great Spirit of Ilokano Food led my hands to the Lifestyle Section of the Philippine Daily Inquirer; there, for my RSVP, lay open the invitation of the Accomplished Ilokano Master Chef Reggie Aspiras to a picnic of “’Kilawing bangus with salted duck egg’ and other Ilocano summer flavors.” A must-join, I prayerfully muttered to myself amidst the din of mental clutter. 406 more words

Seafood

Sharing Your Addiction

Before you freak out that this blog is about sniffing cocaine, please calm yourself. This is about nicotine though. Haha!

 

I was out on that sunny day ranting how unfair the world is. 647 more words

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AN-ANNADAM TA BAGIM

AN-ANNADAM TA BAGIM
TRANSLATING ILOKANO ANG AMIANAN CULTURES

Let me begin with this anecdote of a migrant worker friend whom I met in Hawaii. The man left his wife and two children in the Philippines to work as an engineer in Hawaii. 3,968 more words

Villanelle Kenka, Hawaii

Villanelle Kenka, Hawaii
Lilia Quindoza Santiago

Binallasiwko ti taaw, tinayabko ti tangatang
Dimsaagak a saka-saka ket agbiagak dita dennam
Saan nga iti sanguanam, saan nga iti likudam. 255 more words

RENDERING THE NATION: The Uses of Poetry in Building the Modern Filipino Nation, 1966 – 1986

ABSTRACT

Poetry can function as catalyst for change in a politically repressive regime such as what happened during the Marcos dictatorship in the Philippines. From 1966 to 1986, poetic production in three languages – Ilokano, Tagalog and English committed to the goals of achieving democracy, social justice and freedom from dictatorial rule. 8,882 more words

God's Love (ILOKANO: Bible NT)

ILOKANO: Bible NT

John (Juan) 3:16

16 Gapu iti kasta unay a panagayat ti Dios iti lubong, intedna ti Bugbugtong nga Anakna tapno ti siasinoman a mamati kenkuana saan a matay no di ket agbiag nga agnanayon.

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