Note: This is a sticky post. You’ll find more recent posts below.
Here’s a video of Engr. Orlando Balloguing, President of the Bago National Cultural Society of the Philippines Inc. (BNCSPI), talking about the Bago tribe. [Thanks to the Sagunto Star for helping us with the name of Engr. Balloquing.]
As we blogged about earlier, our Bago brothers and sisters usually come from the Cordillera/Ilocos boundary towns such as Bagulin, La Union and Bakun, Benguet as well as in non-boundary places such as Candon, Ilocos Sur and Barangay Sagunto in Sison, Pangasinan.
If you haven’t done so already, you might want to read Vic Buaquen’s extensive article about the Bagos. [Thanks, Sagunto Star]. Visit this one also.
Now here’s a video of kids and women dancing the “Poggapog” dance to the tune of Lourdes Gomeyac Fangki’s Ili Mi’d Kaigorotan:
VIDEO CREDIT: veralviento07