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Kapampángan Language is “Definitely Endangered” – UNESCO

Kapampángans are killing Kapampángans. Not by guns nor swords, nor weapons of any kind… but by linguicide. It’s easy to observe that Kapampángan parents have consciously decided not to teach the Kapampángan language to their children. You can see it in malls, public spaces, and homes, where parents talk fluently to each other in Kapampángan, […]

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The Historical Indúng Kapampángan: Evidence from History and Place Names

Angeles, the economic, business, educational, culinary, tourist and heritage pivot of Central Luzon and of the Kapampángan Region, Indúng Kapampángan, is also at the center of the historically Kapampángan area that includes most of the Central Plain. Today, the intensity of language change has seen more and more children brought up speaking Tagalog around the […]

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The Kapampángan-Chinese Connection

Are Kapampángans more Chinese than they think? With Kapampángans being the 7th largest ethnic group in the Philippines, you can expect a wide range of cultures and traditions from it’s population of almost 2 million people. We especially have strong cultural ties with the Chinese that the similarities, especially with our facial features, can be […]

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What does a TRADITIONAL KAPAMPÁNGAN home really look like?

Contrary to popular (and even educated) belief, lowland Philippine Christian groups do not share a uniformed culture. In fact, just a glance at a province’s architecture, particularly on residential homes, can tell a lot about the diversity and varying cultures of Filipinos living in the lowlands. From this, we can safely say that the concept […]

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Kagánápan (Events)

(2019.02.16) Pámandúlap Singsing II with Rey Maniágo

PÁMANDÚLAP SINGSING: Kapampángan Discussion Series II.Sálángí kó pú king “Pámagmasabal at Pámagmalasákit king Amánung Sísuan” nang Rey Maniago, ing budning vlogger a miglalang karing “Tegalugan Series” king Youtube. King Kapagmasusian ning Aldo ning Katutúbung Amánu. (English) Welcome to a discussion forum on Kapampángan language advocacy, featuring Rey Maniago, a popular Kapampángan language vlogger who created […]

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