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Links: Grammar on Visayan Langugaes

May 21, 2012


Recently added links to the Materials widget (on the right portion) on Cebuano, Hiligaynon and Waray grammar. Advertisements

Further on the “Filipino Language”

May 9, 2012


Language is considered equivalent to culture (Jiang, 2009), and it has long been considered as such. Yes, you may contend about Latin as continuously extant in virtue despite that no person claiming to be of direct Roman ancestry lives today. However, the Latin that is being used today in Vatican City–as well as being integrated […]

Rethinking the “Filipino” Language

May 8, 2012


So much issues have erupted in this country for so many decades that I could not decide where to start. But, what I believe should be taken into spotlight is the root of all the problems many Filipinos are facing today. Undoubtedly, although many would contest that it is the cultural divide and mismatch that […]

Who are the Visayans?

May 7, 2012


4/4/2012 Editor’s note: This is the very first infoposter (NOT an infographic as what many would assume) that I made. It took me almost 4 days haggling with Photoshop and Illustrator. Nevertheless, I think this one’s decent enough.

The War We Need to Fight for

May 7, 2012


So this is the beginning of this blog that would bring light to important facts about the Visayas: a group of islands in Central Philippines that is majority inhabited by the¬†Visayan people or¬†Bisaya (not to be confused with those in Malaysia). The idea of this slice of the blogosphere is to provide substantiated information to […]