Monday, April 18, 2011


Photos of the Philippine team who showcased some Philippine products during the multi-cultural fair here in Weirton. 
Some of the Filipinas who dressed up during the show.  Most of them bought their customes in our country and have it shipped here.
The talented teens from Pittsburgh showcased their talents  by dancing some of the  famous  folk dances in the Philipines.  Below was their performance for the Pnadnago sa Ilaw.  They have lit candles in a glass, one is placed on top of their heads, and one from each  hands.  They did not drop  even a single one during the dance.
These one is the national dance of the Philippines which is the Tinikling.    They dance to the tune made by  bamboos being played by two person.  If you're not fast and agile, your feet will end up being mashed as the music gets faster.  They did wonderful!
Even Ms. Burrito was encouraged to dance lol.  I caught her standing and imitating their steps and when she realized it, she  sat down and looked at me like this, so I snapped a photo of her lol.
Have a nice week ahead everyone.

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xinex said...

Oh how fun! The dancing brings back good memories cause I used to perform Filipino folk dances in Illinois with a group and taught kids in Florida the dances and they used to perform too....Christine

Unknown said...

great photos!

Dinah said...

Great that you can still experience our culture even far away from home! Love that they showcase Tinikling, havent seen it danced in a long time!
Nagulat ako sa pics ng girl mo! So funny ;-)


Gemma Wiseman said...

Love this showcase! Fascinating photos!

Momgen said...

Wow that was unique and cool. Happy MYM!

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Liz said...

Sounds like a fun event. I love the last photo.

Have a fabulous week!

Liz @ MLC

January Zelene said...

great photos.. looks like you had a lot of fun..

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genie said...

I bet this was a colorful and wonderful event to attend. I would love to have seen all the dancers. It looks like everyone was having a grand old time.

Dimple said...

Looks like a fun event! The photo of Ms. Burrito is great!

Yannie said...

Proud to be pinoy! Kahit nasa ibang bansa na di pa rin nakalimutan ang pagka pinoy through sa mga activities na ganito....

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genny said...

saya sguro dyan cultural show. visiting you back!:-)

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Anonymous said...

Was this some kind of Cultural show??? good snaps

Mel_Cole said...

me three, was able to dance pandaggo sa ilaw for p.e. project when I was in high school. :)

Cildemer said...

Seems a very nice event to attend to!
Thanks for sharing your fabulous pics. Love the pic of your daughter! She's so cute and funny;o)

Have a nice and happy day****

Dhemz said...

ang galing naman....gusto ko sumali sa mga!

Mildred said...

Very beautiful shots!
Thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment;o)

Have a nice day****

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