Few Kidapawanons know the official motto of Kidapawan city, much less understand what it means.
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Silence fills the streets of Davao on Monday, August 21, 2017 after a weekend of Kadayawan festivities. Residents here enjoyed a long weekend as Malacañang stretched the holiday until Monday. (Mick Basa / davaotoday.com)
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“Kadayawan is a Bagobo word that means happiness. It’s a time our communities gather after harvest time, to thank the gods for the harvest. We celebrate through feasts, and with songs and dance played with our instruments,” he said.
The popular indigenous bracelets are commodities for sale during the week-long Kadayawan Festival. (Ace R. Morandante/davaotoday.com)
An Uvu-Manobo plays his Kulintang instrument at the Rizal Park during the opening of the 29th Kadayawan Festival. (Ace R. Morandante/davaotoday.com)
The 29th Kadayawan Festival opened with a torch by Mayor Rodrigo Duterte. (Ace Morandante/davaotoday.com)