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  WOW Philippines :: Explore Philippines :: Description
Bukidnon is a highland paradise in the heart of Mindanao.
Bukidnon is in the heartland of Mindanao, linking Davao to the south and Misamis Oriental to the north of the island.
Bukidnon, a rich tableland, is a landlocked province in Northern Mindanao.
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Bukidnon is a province on a rich tableland in Central Mindanao which
The climate of Bukidnon is cool and invigorating with an annual mean
The Bukidnon people have their own musical instruments, the dayuray or
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  Bukidnon province Resorts and Hotels, Bukidnon province travel guide and tourist destinations
Bukidnon is a highland paradise in the heart of Mindanao.
Bukidnon is in the heartland of Mindanao, linking Davao to the south and Misamis Oriental to the north of the island.
Bukidnon became a part of the province of Misamis as a municipality in 1850.
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  Bukidnon   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bukidnon is a landlocked province of the Philippines located in the Northern Mindanao region.
Bukidnon is considered by Filipinos to be the food basket of Mindanao.
Bukidnon is subdivided into 20 municipalities and 2 cities.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Bukidnon.html   (291 words)

The greater part of Bukidnon is a gently-rolling plateau cut by deep and wide canyons of the Cagayan, Polangui and Tagoloan rivers and their tributaries.
Bukidnon became a municipality of Misamis in 1850 and remained as such until 1907 when it was made a subprovince of the newly created Agusan province.
Bukidnon has very fertile soil; the main crops are corn, rice, coffee and bananas.
www.seasite.niu.edu /Tagalog/Cynthia/Mindanao/bukidnon.htm   (797 words)

 GlobalPinoy, Travel - Bukidnon   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bukidnon is one of the many pride provinces in the Northern Mindanao Region.
Most part of Bukidnon is composed of an alluvial cut by the deep and wide canyons of the Cagayan, Polangui and Tagoloan rivers and their spout.
Bukidnon fertile soils are mostly dominated with agricultural crops.
www.globalpinoy.com /travel/province/bukidnon.php   (611 words)

Bukidnon art is the best expressed in their dances, poetry and music, mat weaving and basketry.
The power of the Bukidnon chieftain or datu is built on trust and the confidence of his constituents.
The Matigsalug of Bukidnon have an approximate population of 146, 500.
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The young Zubiri confirmed the meeting, but said it was merely a coincidence that was being used to taint his election contest with Pimentel’s son, lawyer Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III, after the Comelec canvassed the Maguindanao votes.
Zubiri said his mother had chanced upon Abalos on her way to the restroom of a restaurant where she and her husband, Bukidnon Gov. Jose Zubiri, were celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary with the family.
Representatives from the Diocese of Bukidnon, other NGOs and People’s Organizations were also present in the launching.
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 BUKIDNON   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bukidnon est une province sans littoral des Philippines situées dans la région nordique de Mindanao.
Bukidnon est considéré comme étant par Filipinos le panier de nourriture de Mindanao.
It is licensed under the GNU free documentation license.
www.faktis.com /wiki/fr/bu/Bukidnon.htm   (94 words)

 Music and Dance of the Bukidnon-s of Mindanao
Among the Bukidnon subgroup (in Guilang-Guilang), beating of two small agung-s during the main collective prayer of all ritualists present was observed whenever a new name of an invoked deity was mentioned (Illus.
Known throughout the Bukidnon area and in some Manobo areas as well is the saet or saut ("war dance") using a spear (bangkaw) with a ring-shaped brass rattle (kulung-kulung; Illus.
At the time field work was conducted (above all in 1983-1985), Bukidnon singers, musicians and dancers who were still familiar with their musical traditions were almost exclusively older people of sixty to eighty years of age, and each of these informants specialized in just a small portion of his or her musical culture.
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The language of the Bukidnon groups, called Binukid, is one of 15 Manobo languages which form a subgroup of the Malayo-Polynesian or Austronesian family of languages.
In fact, to sing in traditional Bukidnon style is a difficult task because it requires the use of an archaic form of the Binukid language which modern Binukid speakers cannot understand and, therefore, have to learn before being able to sing.
Among the Bukidnon subgroup, beating of two small agung-s during the main collective prayer of all ritualists present was observed whenever a new name of an invoked deity was mentioned.
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 Diocese of Malaybalay
Finally Bukidnon was made a separate province, with Malaybalay as the capital.
Bukidnon is a province in northern central Mindanao locked in by Misamis Oriental on the north, Cotabato on the south, Agusan del Norte on the east and Lanao del Sur on the west.
The plateaus of Bukidnon are ideal for cattle raising, as the canyons lock the cattle on each plateau and keep them from moving about.
www.cbcponline.org /jurisdictions/malaybalay.html   (671 words)

 Factsheet   (Site not responding. Last check: )
An estimated 1,024 children in Bukidnon province are in especially difficult circumstances.
This includes children who are victims of child abuse (maltreatment of a child, habitual or not, which may include) sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, neglect, child labor, victims of armed conflict, street children, and children with disabilities.
In Region 10 – Bukidnon in particular, child labor is one of the many concerns, most disturbingly, one of the most rampant problems we face.
www.nscb.gov.ph /ru10/factsht/factshtj.htm   (334 words)

 A Gathering In Bukidnon - Philippines Travel
Bukidnon is one of the coldest regions in central Mindanao.
Yet, in the face of such technology, the people of Bukidnon are proud of their ancestors especially of the original tribal settlers.
This is why Bukidnon celebrates a cultural festival that is participated by the seven ethnic hill tribes.
www.netguard.dk /gathering-in-bukidnon.php   (335 words)

 About Culture and Arts
The Bukidnon (Magahat, Karolano, Mangahat, Buquitnon) of Negros Oriental are different from the group of a similar name found in Mindanao which is of Manobo affinity.
There are two apparent subgroupings of the Negros Bukidnon: the (1) Magahat who live along the tributaries of upper Tayaban, in the municipalities of Tanjay, Santa Catalina, Bayawan (Tolong), and Siaton; and the (2) Karol-ano in the municipality of Kabankalan.
The Bukidnon are shifting cultivators of the uplands in the interior of the island.
www.ncca.gov.ph /about_cultarts/ebook_subcont.php?subcont_Id=42   (253 words)

 Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro - DA eyes Bukidnon as sugar capital   (Site not responding. Last check: )
AS BUKIDNON celebrated its 86th anniversary as a province, Agriculture Secretary Luisito Lorenzo pledged to convert Bukidnon into Mindanao's sugar central and to boost its production of Baguio-type vegetables and high-value crops.
During Bukidnon's foundation day Monday Lorenzo said the agency is giving due recognition to the province's role in the agricultural sector.
Aside from this Lorenzo said Bukidnon is among the country's top producers of coffee, banana, pineapple, sugar, abaca, vegetables and other agricultural and forest products.
www.sunstar.com.ph /static/cag/2003/03/11/bus/da.eyes.bukidnon.as.sugar.capital.html   (345 words)

 Bukidnon Express / News and Articles
Bukidnon's hills and mountains once teeming with verdant forest covers, and abundant wildlife became virtually denuded due to ruthless and wanton destruction and exploitation by irresponsible logging which over the years turned the once productive slopes and mountains into cogon dominated and unproductive grasslands.
The BFI has gained the reputation of having served as facilitator and a catalyst on forest development and formation in the Province of Bukidnon at the generic level, by encouraging people's involvement in plantation forestry.
Propelled by unrelenting efforts and sustainable development of forest plantations, BFI's and Bukidnon's vision to support domestic wood requirements and a growing forest industry, and preserve remaining natural forests, will not be far from reality.
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 BUKIDNON   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bukidnon è una provincia senza littorale delle Filippine situate nella regione nordica di Mindanao.
Bukidnon è considerare da Filipinos come il cestino dell'alimento di Mindanao.
Bukidnon nel si suddivide 20 comuni e 2 città.
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 province of Bukidnon, Schema-Root rss
Bukidnon Rep. Juan Miguel Zubiri said the government has to address its image problem that has pushed people in the provinces into supporting the rebels as...
Valencia City is a 4th class city in the province of Bukidnon with a population of 147924 people in 28425 households according to the 2000 Census.
Bukidnon Rep. Juan Miguel Zubiri said the popularity curve of the administration candidates was going up, whereas the GO bets who started on top of the...
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 Philippines : Gov.Ph : News : GMA goes ethnic in Bukidnon's Kaamulan fest (Printer friendly version)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is expected to don the native Bukidnon dress and join hill tribe women in street dancing to the accompaniment of ethnic instruments during the culmination Sunday (March 10) of the two-week Kaamulan festival in Malaybalay City.
During her visit, the President is expected to deliver a statement that will keynote the celebration of 85th Foundation Day of Bukidnon as a province.
Bukidnon became a province on March 10, 1917.
www.gov.ph /news/printerfriendly.asp?i=862   (358 words)

 MindaNews - Proposal to split Bukidnon splits Lumads
MALAYBALAY CITY (MindaNews/19 October) – The debate Wednesday between Bukidnon congressmen Juan Romeo Nereus O. Acosta (1st district) and Juan Miguel F. Zubiri (3rd district) on the proposed division of the province has divided the Lumads (indigenous peoples) in as far as taking sides on the issue is concerned.
It claims to represent the seven tribes of Bukidnon and is headed by Lorenzo Dinlayan Jr., a son of former vice governor Lorenzo Dinlayan Sr.
The group argued that Bukidnon was intended to be the “home of the nomadic, non-Christian tribes of Northern Mindanao.”
mindanews.com /index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1118&Itemid=50   (544 words)

For almost 4 hours, nothing could match and dampen the noise of the thousands of revelers who were at the cultural pageant dubbed as "An Evening of Bukidnon Dances," wherein the 18 municipalities gave a preview of their street dancing presentation slated the next day.
The tribes in the province of Bukidnon are indigenous and their names derived from the watershed they occupy.
Due to its elevation and mountainous terrain, the climate in Bukidnon is relatively cool and moist throughout the year.
www.newsflash.org /2003/04/ht/ht003279.htm   (936 words)

 Manila Bulletin Online
The BUKIDNON STATE COLLEGE (BSC), originally known as the Bukidnon Provincial High School, was founded in 1924.
It was established by William H. Pickel, the American schools superintendent assigned in the Province of Bukidnon.
With the issuance of Presidential Decree 944, the Bukidnon Normal College was converted into the Bukidnon State College on June 14, 1976.
www.mb.com.ph /issues/2006/06/23/SCAU2006062367560.html   (1070 words)

 Bukidnon - Wikipedia
Ing Bukidnon kebaluan ya kareng Filipinu bilang panibatan gule at bunga na ning Mindanao.
Agpang keng amlat menibat keng asbuk da reng katutubu ning Bukidnon, atin apat a katutubu king Kalibudtang Mindanao.
Ing Bukidnon atin yang 20ng balen at 2ng lakanbalen.
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 PHILIPPINES: NPA carnage in Bukidnon bared : Indybay   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Friday May 26th, 2006 5:06 PM THE military has unearthed more atrocities committed by New People’s Army rebels in the countryside, the latest of which were the mass execution of rebels and civilians alike, the recruitment of child warriors and the abduction and rape of a teenager by a rebel commander.
All of these atrocities occurred in the town of San Fernando, Bukidnon, and were documented by the 26th Infantry Battalion based in Cagayan de Oro City.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer reported on May 24 that "Bukidnon Governor Jose belied claims of National Security Adviser and PDSP chairman Norberto Gonzales that the military had unearthed two mass graves in the province containing the skeletal remains of 18 communist rebels and sympathizers who had been killed by their comrades."
www.indybay.org /newsitems/2006/05/26/18255701.php   (1252 words)

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