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UNESCO has declared Baguio City as the first Creative City in the Philippines in crafts and folk art category in October 2017. Aside from this, the City of Pines is also the fourth in the ASEAN Region to join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN). And like the other 64 cities from 44 countries in […]

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From the iconic Barrel Man, the pasiking, handwoven tapestries depicting traditional symbols of the Cordilleras to silver jewelry, Baguio’s crafts & folk traditions have long contributed to the city’s unique cultural identity. And with “Made in Baguio: The Competitions in Crafts & Folk Art,” this year’s staging of the Baguio Creative City Festival aims to […]

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Up in the Cordilleran highlands, the different ethnic groups are typically referred to by attaching the prefix which means “people of” or “from”| to the name of the place from which they come such as the Ifugao (people of the earth, or “pugaw”), the Ibaloi (or people who live in houses, or baloi), or the […]

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