Sinu’g sa Casa Gorordo

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11:54 AM January 21st, 2014

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January 21st, 2014 11:54 AM

A boy chants prayers to the Sto. Niño  as visitors, local and foreign, watch the  original Cebuano “sinu’g”  offered as a dance-prayer in Casa Gorordo Museum.

The “sinu’g” is  continued by Carol Diola  who promised her aunt, the  late Estelita “Nang Titang” Diola, that she would train neighborhood children in Mabolo to carry on  the  house tradition of the Gorordo family held  on a Monday after the feast of the Sto. Niño.

Carol Diola teaches children, foreign guests the traditional Sinulog dance at the Casa Gorordo. (CDN PHOTO/ JUNJIE MENDOZA)

Tourists enjoy watching the children and guests dancing the Sinulog. (CDN PHOTO/ JUNJIE MENDOZA)

 

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