“An ounce of practice is worth more than tons of preaching.”
-- Mahatma Gandhi

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Bulul, also known as tinagtaggu, is a type of wooden sculpture which is used to guard the rice crop by the Ifugao people of northern Luzon. Ifugao's sub-tribe Kalanguya has same culture too. The sculptures represent their ancestors and to gain power from the presence of the ancestral spirit. Certain Ifugao people are particularly skilled in carving bulul.

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Pintô Art Museum is a contemporary museum and an exhibition space located in Antipolo City of Rizal Province. The museum was founded in 2010 by Dr. Joven Cuanang to publicly exhibit the art collection of Filipino neurologist and patron of the arts. The museum was named as pintô which means "door" in Filipino language. Its principle is to play a diplomatic role of art in bridging distinctive nationalities, worldviews, and communities.

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