Bukidnon Photoblog: Monastery of Transfiguration. Photo of the Benedictine Monastery of the Transfiguration in Barangay San Jose, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon (taken a few weeks ago). Long considered as the refuge of so many people, this chapel is also known for its unique, world-class architectural design.
Kaamulan is an indigenous Bukidnon term for “gathering” for any purpose. It can mean a datuship ritual, a wedding ceremony, a thanksgiving festival during harvest time, a peace pact, or all of these together. The Kaamulan Festival, by far the only authentic festival left in
The Province of Bukidnon’s Indigenous People (IP) community can be identified into two ethnical origins – the Manobo and the Bukidnon. The Bukidnons have distinct physical characteristics. They usually have slight build bodies, slanting eyelets, relatively high noses with lips that range from medium and
While the province of Bukidnon has 48 public high schools and 15 colleges and universities, education remains a concern especially with the lack of relevant infrastructure particularly computers. In fact, as of November this year, only five of the province’s high schools have access to
BUKIDNON MY HOME Wherever I may roam the distant land to see I long to go back soon to sweet Bukidnon home. Her lovely mountains high her forest old and grand bring memories to me the home I long to see. There my heart, yearns