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 […]
Sisig has been a culinary tradition of Pampanga and we feel very strongly about it to the point that we declared Sizzling Sisig Babi (pork) as an intangible heritage of Angeles City through a city ordinance (City Ordinance No. 405, Series of 2017 “An ordinance declaring Sizzling Sisig Babi as an intangible cultural heritage of […]
Like most folk songs back in the day, Atin Kû Pung Singsing hides a deeper meaning – deeper than most of us realize — and is not apparent enough in its lyrics.
What does “Sálangí kó pû” really mean? The greeting culture of Kapampángans can vary from one town to another, as evidenced by the many Kapampángans dialects that they use. The fact that we have a very rich language and a word for almost all situations means that there is simply no generic “be all end […]
With globalization constantly on the rise and massive improvements on communication technology steadily blurring the lines between countries and cultures, how crucial is it for Kapampangans to learn this supposedly dying script?
During Halloween, it is believed that the veil that separates the world of the living from the world of the dead becomes thinner, thus allowing spirits to return to the physical plane. This might explain why we get a close-encounter with spirits during this time – and possibly the reason why we go trick-or-treating and […]