Toting, ara kame kanyogan...ara kame kanyogan?sounds family?lol...Cuyonon ka ra gali? Amos digue...:)
Palawan isn't just Tagalog. Within Palawan are 87 groups of different cultures and races...most of them considered dying languages...www.cuyonon.org
The Cuyonon group of people still constitutes 40 percent of the population of the province of Palawan, Philippines. This is a collection of Cuyonon films, songs, videos, events and efforts to revive and strengthen the Cuyonon culture...well, some are here for simple fun! www.cuyopress.com
Unity in Diversity!Rock the tube\m/ www.cuyononmusic.blogspot.com
a game... a band... the first cuyono rock album... an advocacy... a response to a need for self-expression using ones native tongue... a response to a need for representation in Palawan's music industry and in OPM a means to entice teenagers born to Cuyono parents to learn the Cuyono language... a means to somehow change the perception of the Palaweno youth about Cuyono music and language... a means to take part in developing Cuyono music (diversify Cuyono music genres) ... a means to move Cuyono and Palawenyo history... hardwork and will... my first big project...