Apu Manglang Glupa Pusaka (AMGP Add Video

Ceromony

Posted by Subanen Tribe Website born on Feb. 26 2006 on January 13, 2009 at 2:30 AM 2583 Views

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11 Comments

Reply Dave
8:53 AM on March 13, 2011 
Hellow, inan selabuho subanen... Pegyaen hu su subanen
Reply SunnyM
6:16 AM on January 15, 2010 
Very lovely! Miphanlaw oh na ri ghagong ta! Sorry for the spellings, I wasnt able to join subanen classes the last time I went home. Is there any online school for our language?
Reply Conchita B Shilts
4:24 PM on August 19, 2009 
very nice and I am proud to be a subanen tribe,thank you.
Reply Conchita Shilts
4:17 PM on August 19, 2009 
very good Job,and keep it go on.we love to know more about the subanen tribes.thanks for the web site.keep the good work.
Reply David H. Dalan
10:38 AM on August 18, 2009 
I proud to be a subanen, sana mgkaisa tau lhat.. Mabuhay ang subanen!!!
Reply David H. Dalan
10:33 AM on August 18, 2009 
Salamat, pegyaan ta su tribo,
Reply Rokuro Sakabe
4:15 PM on August 14, 2009 
It looks like Japanese nature,mountain river bamboohouse.Iam interested in dance and music.
Reply Arnel Calimpon
9:18 AM on July 27, 2009 
do you any picture of subanen instruments?
Reply jordan
10:12 PM on May 13, 2009 
what is the meaning fo agong becouse some subanin are use agong it is the best instruments as subanin?
Reply guinon
2:34 PM on May 2, 2009 
half subanen im still proud to be a subanen
Reply guinon
2:32 PM on May 2, 2009 
proud to be a subanen