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Palo-sebo - greased bamboo pole climbing - This game involves a greased bamboo pole that players attempt to climb. This games is usually played during town fiestas, particularly in the provinces. The objective of the participants is to be the first person to reach the prize—a small bag—located at the top of the bamboo pole. The small bag usually contains money or toys.Luksong-tinik (lit. jump over the thorns) two players serve as the base of the tinik (thorn) by putting their right or left feet together (soles touching gradually building the tinik). A starting point is set by all the players, giving enough runway for the players to achieve a higher jump, so as not to hit the tinik. Players of the other team start jumping over the tinik, followed by the other team membersSungka is similar to many other Southern Asian mancala games such as naranj (Maldives), dakon (Java), congkak (Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia) and tchonka (Marianas). The game differs from kalah which is known in North America and Europe in being a multi-lap game. Another important difference is that the first move is executed simultaneously in sungka which is meant to balance the game. Sungka is distinguished from congkak by being played counterclockwise and also by some other minor rule differences.
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Where is the Philippines located?We are here
Facts about the PhilippinesGeographyThe Philippines is a Religiongroup of 7,107 islands. Roman CatholicIt is located between (mostly), Protestant,South China Sea & the Muslim, BuddhistPhilippine Sea. WeatherCapitalManila (in Luzon) Tropical Climate with Wet & Dry SeasonPopulation Currency94,353,440 people Philippine Peso
PILIPINO is our national language… Good Magandang Morning! Umaga! How are you? Kumusta ka? I’m fine. Mabuti. Thank you. Salamat.
The Philippine National Costumes The official national costume of The official national costume of Filipina women is the baro and saya.Filipino men is the barong tagalog. The baro is the top blouse while the saya is the skirt.
Traditional Philippine Games PATINTERO (Try to cross my line without LUKSONG TINIK letting me touch or catch you) (Jump over the Thorns) PALO SEBO (Greased Bamboo Climbing Contest) SUNGKA PABITIN(Philippine mancala game) (Lattice of goodies)
Philippine FestivalsOne popular custom in the Philippines is the holding of the townfiesta. This is done to honor the patron saint of the town. Someexamples of these fiestas are…The Ati-Atihan Festival is a feast held in January in honor of the Santo Niño (Infant Jesus). The festival has tribal dance, music, costumes and weapons that parade the streets. The Pahiyas Festival is a feast held in May in honor of the San Isidro Labrador (the Patron Saint of Farmers). People decorate their homes with food as a thanksgiving for their good harvest.
Philippine FestivalsChristmas is the most elaborate festival in the Philippines. These are some of our Christmas traditions. Parol (Filipino Christmas Lantern) Filipinos put star-shaped lanterns in their houses, offices, schools, malls & streets to celebrate Christmas. Simbang Gabi (or Night Worship) This is a series of nine dawn masses that starts at 4:00am. Noche Buena This is the Christmas Eve family feast eaten after attending the midnight mass.
There are many beautiful places in the Philippines like…Banawe Rice Chocolate Hills Palawan Island Terraces Puerto PrincesaMayon Volcano Boracay Island Underground River
Websites about Philippines• http://www.philippinecountry.com/• http://www.etravelpilipinas.com/• http://www.philippinedomain.com/• http://pinas.dlsu.edu.ph/culture/filipino_ga mes.html
Maraming Salamat Po. (Thank You)(Have a Nice Internatinal Week!)