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Tarlac lights

Some 120 kilometers north of Manila is the ‘Belenismo sa Tarlac,’ an annual tradition started in 2007, to promote both the art of Belen-making and the ‘bayanihan’ spirit among the people of Tarlac, which has three languages: Ilokano, Pangasinense, and Pampango. Dr. Isa Suntay, co-founder of the Tarlac Heritage Foundation, delivers her remarks during the formal opening Monday at the Camp Servillano Aquino in Tarlac City’s Barangay San Miguel.

Topics: ‘Belenismo sa Tarlac' , Isa Suntay , Tarlac Heritage Foundation , Camp Servillano Aquino

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