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Kalinga province has produced 21 new lawyers! Congratulations!

1. Agod, Marigold- Tinglayan
2. Baculi-Budaden, Cynthia- Tanudan
3. Basungit, Waylan- Tanudan
4. Dangatag, Brandon - Tanudan
5. Danglose, Denise Cangyas - Tinglayan
6. De guzman, Jhoriel Dave G.- Tabuk City
7. Denna, Giovani Castillo- Pinukpuk
8. Gacuya, May Argentina B.- Balbalan
9. Gumilab, Rafie - Tinglayan
10. Langngag, Clarise - Tinglayan
11. Lingbawan, Garri
12. Luyaben, Margot - Tabuk City
13. Malasi, Jessie Mae- Tinglayan
14. Moldero, Jessa Capuyan- Tabuk City
15. Pay-ong, Van Poks- Lubuagan
16. Pocais, Laurice L.- Tabuk City
17. Puyoc, Miracquel- Tinglayan
18. Querubin, Nestly- Lubuagan
19. Tollino, Ireneo Jr. - Tanudan
20. Vea, Cristopher C.- Tabuk City
21. Wanason, Sandra A.- Tanudan

Via Kalinga Tourism

#Kalinga #lawyers

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Four Kalinga maingor (warriors) photographed at the Baguio Carnival and Exposition of 1949.

All of these Kalinga men fought during the Japanese occupation and were photographed in their best durao (headdress) and baag (loincloth) for the Exposition.

Their tattoos (batek), which were badges of honor back home, were a big draw since most visitors had never seen tattooed warriors with spears (balbeg) before.

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The first wearer of the Miss Kalinga crown in 1996

The award-winning Lt. Col. Jessie Rose Bucalen-Austria, the first wearer of the Miss Kalinga crown in 1996.

Later, she went to PMA to hustle with the boys. Now sashed with Lt. Col., she remains an inspiration among women, with or without title.

Credit: Marciano Artizuela Paroy Jr.

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Honest Kalinga Trike Driver Returns Lost Wallet

No words can express how much i thank you kuya for returning ate's wallet?❣ isa kang tapat at mabuting driver☺.. what you did will turn to more blessings??
#Godbless&morepower..

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Our humble Kailyan is a native of Tanudan and Benguet though more eloquent in speaking the lubo Kalinga language.

He is a member of the illustrous Philippine Military Academy " Tanglaw Diwa" Class of 1992.

With his stellar performance being in the police service for years, he bagged the most prestigious award being a recipient of COP Country's outstanding policemen in the Service 2012.

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Congratulations!!!

Credits: Eisenhower Bucalen

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The Kalinga People of the Cordilleras, Ethnic Group in Philippines

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