December 4, 2019 10:30 am - March 4, 2019 10:30 am
Asia and the Pacific | Philippines | Malaybalay City | Bukidnon State University
English 154 class and the College of Arts and Sciences provide a radio program, a thirty-minute type of format that deals with Bukidnon culture. A live broadcasting that provides people the basic understanding of the indigenous culture of the ICC’s in Bukidnon.
After finalizing my script I had it checked by our instructor and the dean of our college, Dr. Hazel Jean Abejuela. My topic was about “Monochromic and Polychromic system of the Tribes in Bukidnon”. On the day of my airing, I was a bit nervous and excited at the same time.. Monochromic cultures are those who like to do just one thing at a time. They value a certain orderliness and sense of there being appropriate time and place. They tend to like and concentrate on a job at hand and take time commitments very seriously. In Bukidnon cultures, there are certain kinds of people who are monochromic; they prefer working one thing at a time. Generally, people living in Bukidnon are known of being polychromic. They like to do multiple things at the same time. People living especially in urban area are farmers. They don’t just farm but at the same time they make sure that their place are safe from “mangagayaw” or invaders. Aside from those facts, we also shared some Binukid terms indicating time for those people are listening to our program. We started around 10 and finished by 11:30
Through our on-air program we shared cultures, language and facts about Bukidnon culture. With those, we are able to preserve those important things.