The Majestic “Banig” of Basey, Samar
The Majestic "Banig" of Basey Samar The traditional art of mat weaving continues to flourish in this old town whose name has become synonymous with woven sleeping mat, or "banig." And the practice of this ancient art, which has been handed down from one generation to the next, recently took a new turn as demand…
The ancient "Baybayin script" from the Philippines was used extensively until the Spanish banned it because it was "the work of the devil"
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Alibata. Although the major languages of the Philippines are now written using the Roman alphabet, the languages were first represented using a script related to and directly or indirectly derived from the scripts of India. The script has had a rather short history, having come into use around AD 1000-1200, for the most part becoming extinct in the late 18th century.
A MORON'S GUIDE TO ALIBATA by Kwekachu on DeviantArt
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This site will extensively use a lot of Bisaya scripts called "Badlit" and sometimes the language shall be in Cebuano. If you will not be able to read the text try going to this site http://www.nordenx.com/baybayin/baybayin_unicode.html If you are interested in Badlit/Baybayin(Tagalog) and would love to have a Philippine keyboard go to this site http://code.google.com/p/pnkl/…