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Photos: Abra Kawayan Festival 2015

Celebrating Kawayan Festival 2015. Presenting Abra’s Rich Culture – Street Dancing. Photos by Arcangel Marvin.

 

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104 thoughts on “Photos: Abra Kawayan Festival 2015

  1. Beautiful! I’m proud to be a Tingguian….

    Posted by kabulyog | April 9, 2015, 7:15 pm
  2. nagpintas ket koman t abra no all year round ket kastoy karagsak ti kakaillian tayo…..but on one note, i cant help but to pity my beloved province since we are again threaten for another power disconnection this april……kaanon to met aya t pinagragragsak dagiti pada nga member consumers t abeco nga awanen t didigra nga pannaka puted man t kuryente t abran?

    Posted by BALIKTUGEG | April 10, 2015, 5:50 am
    • into no election sigorado nga awan mqn kolyintin malaksid no maad daan tay ti baro nga gm

      Posted by lingtan boys | April 10, 2015, 7:22 am
      • ANG GANDA! ANG DULAS! PARA KANG NAGPASALON!

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        I search solutions to problems in the internet.
        I pay bills through internet.
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        Posted by Rustico Reynante | April 10, 2015, 11:22 am
        • apay nga maputdan man ti abrecon? kunak man nu inabunaran ni kunkunada nga honorable general manager tay utang nan?

          Posted by Lubnak | April 11, 2015, 4:41 am
    • Kaanu kadi ti panagputed da? Haan nga bale, mausar ko met la tay generator kon! Libre charge ti celpone to kakabsat, ngem di yo liplipatan tay donation yo, napya la igatang ti gasolina nga inumen tay nakangkangina nga generator ko. Ken nu sumaruno nga panagpipili ti kapitan del bario, masapol a laglagipen dak to.

      Posted by Rustico Reynante | April 13, 2015, 12:37 am
    • I will be the one to announce in the whole world if ever there will be a plan to cut the lights of Abra again. This news is a plain gossip, to serve their evil purpose, that is to destroy the good name of the GM. To whom it may concern, when will you ever learn? Hey guys, move on! Stop the daydreaming..

      Posted by comli2013 | April 13, 2015, 2:25 am
      • let’s see….now what’s ur alibi again why abreco postponed the much delayed general assembly? how i wish you could be here when the general assembly happened and we will see how will you defend ur prince charming……

        Posted by BALIKTUGEG | April 18, 2015, 12:43 am
  3. Students are exploited everytime we cekebrate kawayan festival. Celebration is one form of corruption.

    Posted by eric shawn | April 11, 2015, 8:44 am
    • Awanen a ti agpaboya ken agparada no aldaw ti fiesta no deta exploit tasyon ti inka man itira ditoyen kayat mo sika la ti agpakalaing manen no fiesta Mental Shawn di pay agbagtit ti fiestan no sikan ti agshowtime men hahahaha

      Posted by Ang Kuan | April 12, 2015, 11:00 pm
      • read my post i did not say that no students will be performing street dancing n parade. What i posted here is they are exploited by corrupt dep ed officials n politicisns. liquidation of expenses fir these student is very tempting for those greedy politicians llike our athlete in the recent caraa wherein abra is next to last. there was a huge fund for the athletes but pordios santo d lng kalsada ang substandard pati uniform n meals nila substandard din

        Posted by eric shawn | April 13, 2015, 8:04 am
        • Sika ti substandard ti pinag utek na ta fiesta ti ili tay nga Abra ti pasaritaan apay nga napan man met ta CARAA hahaha

          Posted by OKE OKE | April 14, 2015, 1:18 am
        • Issue ket pati budget dagitoy ububbing ket mapolpolitika okeng okeng

          Posted by eric shawn | April 14, 2015, 3:02 am
        • A ket ibagam a ken boss mo nga koliglig dagita exploytasyon ken imahinasyon mo bareng no saan nga agkabbibaw ta sobsob mo mental shawn

          Posted by Motomoto | April 14, 2015, 5:23 am
        • Haan nga imahinasyon motomoto ta makita results pa lng nawala ang pondo. Sa mga participants ng street dancing during their practice wala man lng ako nakitang bottled water for the kids despite of the heat n perspiration they have n worst walang medics nakastandby during their performance.

          Posted by eric shawn | April 14, 2015, 9:22 am
  4. Isu metla nga mabalin mola nga ibaga tay kaykayat mo ditoy a.com ta agkadwa kay met gayam ken KOLIGLIGEN Mental Shawn natinnag kametla nga kasla la song go nga aso aso ni Takkio kitkita em lagayam tay reaksiyon mi hay mayat ti panagkokonsabo yo mano ngata met tay sueldom ken koliglig nga panaka bombo radio na hahaha ulawem tay padam nga olaw hehehe

    Posted by ARIGATOK | April 14, 2015, 11:50 am
    • Read my post arikato i remain to be one of critics of koliglig everytime dereliction of his duty occurred. Im eric shawn the most hated in this blog but no regret as long little by little i can fill the information gap that most bloggers in this web are experiencing like tagamssid who is not aware the existence of lingtan boys of koliglig where street killing were almost perpetrsted by them next to demonic boys.

      Posted by eric shawn | April 14, 2015, 8:47 pm
      • TILA SALSALAWASAWEM ERIC SHAWN PAGBALINEM METLA UNAYEN NGA AWAN AMMO TI TAGA ABRAN INFORMATION GAP MY ASS DO YOU REALLY KNOW WHAT THIS WORDS MEANS

        Posted by OKE OKE | April 17, 2015, 3:30 am
        • Oke oke im sure u had googled the meaning of information gap. But i tell u that is not the real meaning. Bridging the information gap, abrenians shld be empowered by being englighted to achieve the real democracy by knowing the historical truth of political leaders like koliglig.

          Posted by eric shawn | April 17, 2015, 9:07 pm
  5. YOU ARE NOT THE ONLY ONE THAT KNOWS WHATS IS GOING ON IN ABRA POLITICS PLEASE DONT USE THE WORD INFORMATION GAP CAUSE IT IS OFFENSIVE AND DEGRADING TO THE PEOPLE OF ABRA THAT YOU THINK THAT THEY ARE ANIMAL AND KNOW NOTHING THERE ARE SO MANY RIGHT WORDS THAT YOU COULD USE..

    Posted by OKE OKE | April 17, 2015, 10:06 pm
  6. Badoy ka oke oke that is not degrading word even famous columnist n media practicioner are uding the words to describe those who believe in tsismis like u.

    Posted by eric shawn | April 18, 2015, 6:21 pm
  7. I want to prove nothing oke oke. Ive proven myself to my chosen career. google my resume and u will amase what i have done to my country. Im posting my opinion here based from the information n evidences i gathered so that bloggers here could not be called idiot like u. Do u know the meaning of idiot oke oke?

    Posted by eric shawn | April 19, 2015, 7:49 am
  8. Eric Shawn Who? hahaha… Hindi naman pinapakita ni Eric Shawn kung sino siya. Pano makikita resume mo? wew….

    Posted by disipulo ni rizal | April 20, 2015, 5:51 am
  9. no im not because it is the truth and nothing more but the truth im telling here. those bloggers tend to be bright by posting good words of english are suffering information gap because their source of info is tsismis or news that they heard and read without realizing the author or source of the news are being fed by PR of politicians.

    Posted by eric shawn | April 21, 2015, 1:57 am
    • ABRENIAN.COM WILL BE BETTER WITHOUT YOU ERECSHAWN CAUSE YOU ARE A GREAT LIAR INVENTING AND MISLEADING us all THAT NEVER EXIST IN ABRENIAN LIFESTYLE
      Ang iyong sinasabi ay TELESERYE kathang isip lamang
      WHAT A FUNNY GUY HAHAHA

      Posted by LIKE LIKE | April 21, 2015, 8:05 am
      • who are you like like to bar me from posting in this site as long i dont violate cybercrime law anf the terms of agreement of this web no one can stop me except for my katokayo. im not used to do kathang isip lng cos i dnt have a talent for that matter eventhough ive acquired skills from the experiences i encountered during my patriotic days to my country. skills that tagamsid and others who want horror to reign i our country by endorsing a horror president to lead our country. its easy for them to say horror for they have not experienced to be one.

        Posted by eric shawn | April 21, 2015, 11:22 am
  10. Daytoy eric shawn ket arig na tay lat nga awan ti nagyan na. Tay lata a napno, no patitem ket saan a naariwawa. Ngem tay lata nga awan ti nagyan na, no patitem ket naariwawa. Kasta daytoy nga eric shawn. agpa-bilib a kunana, di na met ammo nga adu ti mangkatkatawa kaniana a ta ania ngarud ket kasla ket ngarud isu na tay lata nga awan pulos nagyan diay utek na.

    Posted by MUKAT | April 23, 2015, 6:18 pm
    • Nasa information technology era na tau mukat kht sa barrio wala na mga pgsasao nga kasta just rebutt my comment if you feel that i crossed the boundary for syop i dnt know him personally it is coincidence that my username is eric shawn the most lovable character in the mens magazine if u dnt have one back issue may do it is cheaper than the regular price.

      Posted by eric shawn | April 25, 2015, 7:57 am
  11. Hahaha.. Konti nalang. Malalaman na natin kung sino yang nagtatago na Eric Shawn. hehehehe. just see…

    Posted by disipulo ni rizal | April 29, 2015, 4:25 am
    • U can trace me sa technology ngaun pg gamitan mo ng triangulation u can trace me so with u i can trace u also but i wont fo that kc blogger lng ako i dnt have criminal mind why u have to know me who i am?

      Posted by eric shawn | May 7, 2015, 1:02 pm
  12. Ay ket mayat a no ni Pacman sumaruno prisidinti ti Pinas . . . ni ngata mit Ate Dionesia ti foreign wenno tourism secretary. Ni ngata met apo chavit ti agbalin nga press secretary. Ama, nagimas met inglis ni ser chavit diay press con ni pacman ken pacquiao . . damagak man no ania ti posisyonna diay pacquiao camp ni apo chavit? Sabit spokesman?!

    Posted by Boknoy | May 2, 2015, 10:22 am
  13. To all bloggers makipanood muna tau sa plaza ni demonic o d kaya sa oval gym ni koliglig. Kht saan bsta matalo pera ng mayor ng tineg sana.

    Posted by eric shawn | May 2, 2015, 7:56 pm
  14. These young people of Abra has a beautiful heart and purity of the spirits. The spirituality of the Abrenians are way ahead from other Cordillerans. On the other hand, the devil tries hard to destroys such spirituality through evil politics. People of the Churches unite, let us continue to wage our battle to free Abra from the devil manifested in bad governance marred with corruption and violence. The unseen power lies in the churches. Let us unleash that enormous power thru the Words, prayers, sacrificial offerings and selfless service to the people.

    Posted by naeling | May 4, 2015, 8:03 pm
    • That’s a great call NAELING – our only hope to conquer poverty partly caused by evil minded leaders of our dear province. We have all the opportunity to have a better life in Abra but sad to accept most of our leaders don’t deserved to be there. Because of money n power, greed in its ugliest head, poverty n violence seem to have no end. Yes, let us unite and trust more in the power of God through prayers than trusting solely on ourselves.

      Posted by TAGAMASID | May 8, 2015, 3:11 am
      • Pagayam Tagamasid, I am a firm believer in Religion as the way for men to find its way back to God. Political dynasties come and go but religions remains. Only if men of the churches understand the real meaning of faith that is to Love God and fellow men in the truest sense and not on any doctrinal pedagogy that we may realize that powers to move mountain or to turn evils upside down. Let that Goliath in our time continuous its unbelieving stance, mocking the Truth of God, that the David in our midst be awaken. Humanism or pure reason does not in any way match the power of faith and prayer. Men of the Churches Unite!!!

        Posted by naeling | May 9, 2015, 12:38 am
  15. Daytoy eric shawn, ibagbaga na nga adda kotse na ket bosina laeng met gayam ti adda kanyana ha ha ha. Palangguad nga awan met mabalbalin na. Umay ka man ket agpasiar ditoy Lingtan ta pasangoan da ka ti adu a klase ti makan. Agpili ka pay no ania ti iyawid mo. Itugot mo tay bosinam ta agpanutpot kan ton makasangpet ka. Mayat ti pangpasabat min to kaniam ta addan to pay gun salute na he he he.

    Posted by MUKAT | May 6, 2015, 7:21 pm
  16. better shot urself so that others could not commit sin by shooting you to death.

    Posted by eric shawn | May 10, 2015, 3:17 am
  17. Appo nga li-leader ti probinsiya, daytoy a ti suportaran tayo bareng adda pakakitaan. Shoot-to-kill amin nga big time pushers tapnon madalusan ti probinsiya, makapatay matangdanan.

    BANGUED, Abra, May 8(PIA) — The Provincial Peace and Order Council (PPOC) has declared an all-out war on drugs in the province during its regular quarterly meeting last week.

    The PPOC is concerned with the problem of illegal drugs as it is identified as one of the contributory factors in the commission of crimes especially the increasing robbery incidents in this capital town and in some municipalities.

    In response to this emerging problem, the PPOC chaired by Governor Eustaquio P. Bersamin strongly supports the programs initiated by the Abra Youth Organizations Society (AYOS) and the Medical Practitioners and Guidance Counselors in Abra.

    The AYOS headed by Darren Carino is undertaking the Search for the Most Accomplished Anti-Drug Abuse Councils among the various schools in the province. These school-based anti-drug abuse councils were organized to help schools administrators and faculty to promote drug-free school campuses to save the youth and students.

    Cash prizes for the winning anti-drug abuse councils will be given by the PPOC.

    The medical practitioners and guidance counselors for their part, provide tele-counseling to drug users and pushers and even their families to help them in their rehabilitation and become productive and responsible citizens again. The said project on the substance abuse prevention campaign was launched during the 2014 Abra Week for Peace celebration. The project is spearheaded by Dr. Leona G. Berona and Miss Carmelita Bersalona. The anti-drug campaign aims to address youth criminality in the province.

    The Governor likewise approved the funding allocation for the counseling center located at the old Abra Provincial Hospital.

    There are 26 drug-affected barangays, 44 drug personalities who are being watched-out, and 5 wanted persons with drug related cases in the province, according Assistant Regional Director Gil Cesario P. Castro of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency – Cordillera.

    While drug problem in Abra is not as glaring as that in other provinces and cities, the issue cannot be taken for granted because of the threat of narco-politics and drug mule because of the continuing drug recruitment which are being carried out on a big scale business, Castro said. (JDP/MTBB – PIA CAR, Abra) * Maria Teresa B. Benas

    Posted by Genti | May 12, 2015, 9:44 pm
  18. Secret but i assured you that abrenian will have a good sleep at night. And now hopwfully i can put a crook politicians in the jail once they will indicted of graft n plunder for you ti have a better future.

    Posted by eric shawn | May 14, 2015, 8:32 pm
  19. It’s unfortunate that a few of the infra constructed under the leadership of our governor seemed to be substandard. Let us accept the fact that nobody is perfect. It is either caused by materials, specially sand, used ( based on my personal experience) or blatant greed of contractor. What is commendable is that a lot of projects were made to uplift the miserable lives of Abrenians during gov Takit term. Pilar to Pidigan road used to be 1 1/2 to 2 hrs travel with dusty- bumpy road. In 2 years term of gov Takit, it takes only 30 minutes comfortable ride! The provincial hospital used to be overcrowded but with the annex which could accommodate extra patients and with better equipments, better medical services is now provided. Most hinterland municipalities used to have few meters or no concret roads, now a lot are made as one of the countless way of concern of the governor to uplift the miserable lives of his constituents. Among the leaders of Abra, previous n current, who among them have done with equal accomplishments? Yes, loan was made, but a lot of beneficial projects were made.
    It’s also true that Abra has not graduated as 1 of the poorest provinces of the country. Similarly, the Philippines with all of the gains achieved under Pinoy Tuwid na Daan appears to have not move forward. We don’t expect changes in overnight time! How many have gone to Paranaque? Have you seen the countless big buildings under constructions? Have you heard foreign capitalits pouring their money in the Philippines. These are healthy signs that soon we will be enjoying a healthy n comfortable life.
    Let us do our part by supporting good governance. Help stop vote buying, educate ourselves, be active in peace campaign, let your voice/ suggestion be heard by our leaders, instead of useless criticism, and above all hear the call of pa gayam Naeling for prayers.

    Posted by TAGAMASID | May 16, 2015, 5:44 pm
  20. Apay sysop, awan sabali nga issue a ma ipost mo ditoyen a.com, paris mon sa met Balitang Ilocano a pinabuteng ni Mayor Demonyonic ken su nga awan met ti maipadamag da maipanggep ti Abran. he he he….

    Posted by Johnny Engot | May 22, 2015, 2:19 am
  21. SALARY GRADE 32, meaning 3,200 pesos per month. He he he. Piman…. su nga tumanawtawan ti saan nga maaw awatan. He he he

    Posted by Genti | June 17, 2015, 12:15 pm

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