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Happy new year Twenty Sixteen!!

Finally got the opportunity to start writing in my blog.

New year was great. Was back in my mother’s homestate this year. This is perhaps the first time in years I was there for New year. 282 more words

Gong Player Photo by 멋진 전차 — National Geographic Your Shot

Asian musical cultures come together in the Southern Philippines. One of the most common musical instruments played by different Tribes in Mindanao is Agong. The agung is a large, heavy, wide-rimmed gong shaped like a kettle gong. 87 more words


Royalty Related FDCs

Since there is a strong interest this year on the royalty issues, I have listed (and relisted) some of my reserved FDCs. If you are keen on some classics with special cancellations, here is a chance. 52 more words

Malaysia First Day Covers


By: Jehad Zacaria Pangcoga

​Agong means gong in English. It is a musical instrument commonly used by people in South East Asia including Muslims in the Philippines. 285 more words

Maranao Artifacts

Meeting (or Rather 'Staking Out') The King and Queen of Malaysia @ Hilton Kuching, Malaysia

Date: September 17 2013

I spy, I spy with my little beady eyes (actually my eyes ain’t too small, only saying for dramatics), from the corners of my eyes I saw police outriders in their monstrous vintage motorcycles with sirens blaring, followed by a Silver Maybach coming to a halt in front of my hotel… and who’d pop out, but Their Majesties, The King of Malaysia and his Queen! 441 more words


Gawad Agong para sa Pamamahayag

Gawad Agong para sa Pamamahayag is a salute to the media workers in print, broadcast, and online who devoted their time, talent, and efforts in covering the real situations and issues of the indigenous peoples. 34 more words

Agong Awards Update