22 years of service Ugnayan ng Pahinungod
22 years of service Ugnayan ng Pahinungod
22 years of service Ugnayan ng Pahinungod
Walking across rice fields at Padre Burgos, Quezon Province.
Senior volunteers in action.
Review for College Entrance Test and Career Orientation (RECET) at Cabanatuan Nueva Ecija.
Prof. Lubuguin teaching English at Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro.
Flying paper airplanes with FEU volunteers at Bitin elementary school.
Storytelling with props at Bangyas Elementary School.
Immersion Program: Mayoyao, Ifugao in partnership with UP Manila Pahinungod.

Tanghalan UPLB Samasining partners with Pahinungod for Zamboanga theater workshop

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Tanghalan UPLB team facilitate the workshops and final presentation during their culminating night. (Photos by PJ Ibasco and Harold Medina) 

Tanghalan UPLB Samasining, in coordination with the UPLB Ugnayan ng Pahinungod and Dumingag Organic Culture office, conducted a three-day workshop last June 22 to 24 at Dumin­gag, Zamboanga.

Prof. Joey Ting of the Department of Humanities led the Tanghalan UPLB delegation in Zamboanga. The rest of the team included Prof. Rudyard Pes­imo, Prof. Nikulous Aranas, Neil Raa­gas, Sarina Sasaki, KC Abila, Clark Banaag, Pj Ibasco, Harold Medina and Jillian Santos.

Dumingag Mayor Nacianceno Pa­calioga Jr. requested the three-day workshop for the advancement of the organic culture in their organic farming town through theater arts. Teachers and students from the local school attended the event.

The first day was spent for getting acquainted, doing warm-ups and giv­ing a brief run-through of the events that would take place in the next few days. Meanwhile the participants spent the second day for rehearsals of their culminating performance that was to take place on the final day.

According to Prof. Ting, the partic­ipants were enthusiastic to learn from their activities.

An elated and passionate group showcased their performance with all their hearts, turning it into a perfor­mance to remember,” he added.

To sum up their experience from their mission in Dumingag, Prof. Ting claimed that they gained very positive feedback from their partner institution, the mayor and their participants.

We all headed back home in the afternoon carrying more than what we had at first – not just because of the to­kens or the sacks of rice or the gifts or the souvenirs, but also because of the experience and the love of the Dumin­gagnons,” he said. DMSoriano 

Bahay ng Pahinungod

University of the Philippines Los Baños
College, Laguna 4031, Philippines
Tel. No. (049) 536-0505
Email: pahinungod@uplb.edu.ph