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PAYAG KA BA NA GAWING HANGEUL ANG ALPABETO NG ATING MGA KATUTUBO???

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Post by bhenshoot on Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:36 pm

kOREAN UNIVERSITY VISIT DAVAO
Friday, 16 July 2010


KOREAN Alphabet Global Initiative Team led by President, Rev. Ham Eun Hye, Mr Sim Jae Yool are in Davao City with Daedeok University students and their Director, Dr. Park Dong Kyu and Konyang University students with their Director Dr. Ra Yoon Dho. The Hanlim and Daejon University students held a dialogue with Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio at People’s Park last Monday, July 12, 2010. The visit is scheduled from July 05 – 19.
This is the third time for this group to come and teach Korean alphabet for the Badjao Tribe so that they can read and write in the Badjao dialect through the Korean Alphabet. They also learn to translate the Gospel of St. John for the Badjao ethnic tribe.
Because the Korean Alphabet is considered one of the most scientific, systematic and easy to learn languages in the world, it is now being taught to the Tiruray, Bagobo Tagabawa, Manobo Ubo, Matigsalog, Diangan and T’boli Tribes at Camp Alano from July 12-16.

Their vision is to teach the Korean Alphabet to 700 million illiterate people of the world, so that they can learn their own language through the Korean Alphabet, thereby reducing illiteracy.
During the dialogue with Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, the group delivered the letter of the Daejeon City Mayor from Korea. They plan to develop a sisterhood city relationship with Davao City and invite one another for mutual understanding. A meeting with Jason Magnaye, Director of the City Tourism & Investment Office is being set to pave the way for more Koreans to visit and invest in Davao City. Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio also invited the group to help in the development of education, agricultural technology and tourism in Davao City.
Korean Missionaries Rev. David Sang, Rev. Samson Kim and Pastor Rev. Jun Macahig coordinated this program for Davao City and Mindanao’s Indigenous People. The General Secretary of KAGI, Mr. Sim Jael Yool teaches Korean Alphabet for the delegates of the six ethnic tribes.
We share photos with Tomas Avanceña and KAGI Team.




Indonesian Tribe Adopts Hangul Alphabet
Posted on August 7, 2009


A minority population in Indonesia officially adopted Hangul, the Korean written alphabet, to transcribe their spoken language of Cia-Cia. It is the first time that foreigners have adopted Hangul as their official writing system.

According to the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute, the Cia-Cia live in Bau-Bau, the main city on Buton Island located in the Sulawesi province of Indonesia. The city began distributing textbooks written in Hangul on July 22 to 400 elementary students in the Sorawolio district where many Cia-Cia people live.

The 60 thousand member Cia-Cia tribe has been on the verge of a crisis regarding the disappearance of their language. They do not have a writing system to complement their spoken language. Members of the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute persuaded them to adopt Hangul, and established a memorandum of understanding with city officials to use Hangul on July 2008.

The Hunminjeongeum Research Institute invited two persons from the Cia-Cia tribe to Seoul to create a textbook written in Hangul. The textbook includes traditional Cia-Cia and Korean stories.

The Hunminjeongeum Research Institute and Bau-Bau City will build a Hangul Culture Center and plan to train teachers in Hangul. Kim Ju-won, the president of the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute, says “It is significant that Hangul can be used to prevent a minority language from disappearing.”


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Post by chousik on Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:39 pm

ang galing naman... hehehe... cute naman ang hangeul... ako payag ako.. pero di naman siguro mapapalitan ang alphabet natin.. madadagdagan lang... hehehe... ^^

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Post by bhenshoot on Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:54 pm

Indonesian Government Concerned About Korean Hangul Export
» by GI Korea in: Indonesia
It looks like this attempt by a Korean woman to export the Korean alphabet known as Hangul to other cultures without written alphabets is getting a less then welcoming reception by the Indonesian government:



Now, one South Korean woman, Lee Ki-nam, is determined to wring more recognition from the world with an unusual export: the Korean alphabet. Ms. Lee is using a fortune she made in real estate to try to take the alphabet to places where native peoples lack indigenous written systems to record their languages.

Her project had its first success — and generated headlines — in July, when children from an Indonesian tribe began learning the Korean alphabet, called Hangul. (…………..)

Still, the country’s linguistic ambitions have already raised some concerns, not long after some Muslim countries complained about South Korea’s zeal in trying to spread Christianity.

In Indonesia, where the government is encouraging its 240 million people to learn a “language of unity,” Bahasa Indonesia, for effective communication among a vast array of ethnic groups, Ms. Lee’s project raises delicate issues.

“If this is a kind of hobby, that’s fine,” Nicholas T. Dammen, the Indonesian ambassador to South Korea, said recently, referring to the decision by the Cia-Cia ethnic minority to adopt Hangul. “But they don’t need to import the Hangul characters. They can always write their local languages in the Roman characters” (………)

Although Indonesia’s government has not interfered in the Hangul project, Mr. Dammen said he feared that Baubau’s other tribes might become jealous of the “special treatment” the Koreans were giving the Cia-Cia.

“If others say, ‘Oh, we can also invite Japan, we can invite Russia, we can invite India, we can invite China, even Arabs,’ then things become messy,” he said. [New York Times]

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Post by vanot on Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:02 am

kung pag aralan lingwahi nila pwede....pero kung palitan yong sariling atin sorry

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Post by bhenshoot on Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:03 am

MALAMANG..KAYA MAS PINAHIRAPAN ANG KLT EXAM SA MGA GUSTONG PUMUNTA NG KOREA AY PARA MAGPURSIGE TAYO NA MAPAGARALAN ANG KANILANG LINGUWAHE AT KULTURA... ITO NA SIGURO YUNG TINATAWAG NILANG AMBISYONG" TO GLOBALIZE KOREA" AT MAGING NUMERO UNO SA BUONG MUNDO..... BAKA BALANG ARAW..HANGEUL NA ANG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE...

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Post by angelholic08 on Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:06 am

HUUUWWWAAAAAT???!!!ako mamumuno sa rally sa DepED pag nangyari yan?.we are FILIPINOs not KOREANs...guchi??? Very Happy

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Post by vanot on Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:06 am

malabong mangyari yan ....napa ka laki nang mundo mas ok pa nga spanyol na lingwahi mas maraming naka alam baka sa asia cguro pwede sila

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Post by owin on Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:42 am

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Post by jr_dimabuyu on Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:51 am

The answer is no...No no no!Pinoy aq, pinoy tayo,...Kung anu un satin un na...Nataon lng na nid ntin work dun...Kung nd who cares sa hangeul? 22o to aminin na natin...

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Post by boy034037 on Thu Oct 14, 2010 6:50 am

bhenshoot wrote:MALAMANG..KAYA MAS PINAHIRAPAN ANG KLT EXAM SA MGA GUSTONG PUMUNTA NG KOREA AY PARA MAGPURSIGE TAYO NA MAPAGARALAN ANG KANILANG LINGUWAHE AT KULTURA... ITO NA SIGURO YUNG TINATAWAG NILANG AMBISYONG" TO GLOBALIZE KOREA" AT MAGING NUMERO UNO SA BUONG MUNDO..... BAKA BALANG ARAW..HANGEUL NA ANG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE...


malabong mangyari yun boss.....mas economically powerful ang mga english nations kaysa korea..........at tsaka tingin niyo payag ang mga pinoys about hangeul.....no way, ang ganda kayang bigkasin ang Filipino/tagalog words.....ONE THING MORE IS, YOU CAN OBSERVE A LOT OF KOREANS GOING TO THE PHILIPPINES JUST TO STUDY AND AS WELL AS LEARN TO ENGLISH LANGUAGE SO THEREFORE SILA YUNG NAG-AADAPT FOR THE INTERNATIONALLY SPOKEN LANGUAGE.....ppppppppppppppeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaccccccceeeeeeeee... isip isip isip isip isip



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Post by giedz on Thu Oct 14, 2010 7:36 am

siyempre hindi ako agree jan dahil bawat bansa may kanya kanyang lenggwahe...walng masama kung mag aral kahit sino sa atin ng lenggwahe ng ibang nation pero para palitan sarili nating lenggwahe ay mali yata yun...da best pa rin ang lenggwahe ng pinoy kaya dapat ipagmalaki at pagyamanin..

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Post by chousik on Thu Oct 14, 2010 8:50 am

vanot wrote:kung pag aralan lingwahi nila pwede....pero kung palitan yong sariling atin sorry

agree ako kay kuya vanot!! hahaha...

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Post by bhenshoot on Thu Oct 14, 2010 10:21 am

bhenshoot wrote:kOREAN UNIVERSITY VISIT DAVAO
Friday, 16 July 2010


KOREAN Alphabet Global Initiative Team led by President, Rev. Ham Eun Hye, Mr Sim Jae Yool are in Davao City with Daedeok University students and their Director, Dr. Park Dong Kyu and Konyang University students with their Director Dr. Ra Yoon Dho. The Hanlim and Daejon University students held a dialogue with Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio at People’s Park last Monday, July 12, 2010. The visit is scheduled from July 05 – 19.
This is the third time for this group to come and teach Korean alphabet for the Badjao Tribe so that they can read and write in the Badjao dialect through the Korean Alphabet. They also learn to translate the Gospel of St. John for the Badjao ethnic tribe.
Because the Korean Alphabet is considered one of the most scientific, systematic and easy to learn languages in the world, it is now being taught to the Tiruray, Bagobo Tagabawa, Manobo Ubo, Matigsalog, Diangan and T’boli Tribes at Camp Alano from July 12-16.

Their vision is to teach the Korean Alphabet to 700 million illiterate people of the world, so that they can learn their own language through the Korean Alphabet, thereby reducing illiteracy.
During the dialogue with Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, the group delivered the letter of the Daejeon City Mayor from Korea. They plan to develop a sisterhood city relationship with Davao City and invite one another for mutual understanding. A meeting with Jason Magnaye, Director of the City Tourism & Investment Office is being set to pave the way for more Koreans to visit and invest in Davao City. Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio also invited the group to help in the development of education, agricultural technology and tourism in Davao City.
Korean Missionaries Rev. David Sang, Rev. Samson Kim and Pastor Rev. Jun Macahig coordinated this program for Davao City and Mindanao’s Indigenous People. The General Secretary of KAGI, Mr. Sim Jael Yool teaches Korean Alphabet for the delegates of the six ethnic tribes.
We share photos with Tomas Avanceña and KAGI Team.




Indonesian Tribe Adopts Hangul Alphabet
Posted on August 7, 2009


A minority population in Indonesia officially adopted Hangul, the Korean written alphabet, to transcribe their spoken language of Cia-Cia. It is the first time that foreigners have adopted Hangul as their official writing system.

According to the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute, the Cia-Cia live in Bau-Bau, the main city on Buton Island located in the Sulawesi province of Indonesia. The city began distributing textbooks written in Hangul on July 22 to 400 elementary students in the Sorawolio district where many Cia-Cia people live.

The 60 thousand member Cia-Cia tribe has been on the verge of a crisis regarding the disappearance of their language. They do not have a writing system to complement their spoken language. Members of the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute persuaded them to adopt Hangul, and established a memorandum of understanding with city officials to use Hangul on July 2008.

The Hunminjeongeum Research Institute invited two persons from the Cia-Cia tribe to Seoul to create a textbook written in Hangul. The textbook includes traditional Cia-Cia and Korean stories.

The Hunminjeongeum Research Institute and Bau-Bau City will build a Hangul Culture Center and plan to train teachers in Hangul. Kim Ju-won, the president of the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute, says “It is significant that Hangul can be used to prevent a minority language from disappearing.”
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Post by bhenshoot on Thu Oct 14, 2010 10:30 am

aNG TANONG?? Payag ba kayo na iadopt ito ng ating mga katutubong pilipino at himasukan ang kanilang kultura at pagpalit ng mga alpabetong katutubo gaya ng ginagamit ng mga mangyan at baybayin/alibata script sa palawan??

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Post by bhenshoot on Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:05 pm

teach Korean alphabet for the Badjao Tribe so that they can read and write in the Badjao dialect through the Korean Alphabet.

Because the Korean Alphabet is considered one of the most scientific, systematic and easy to learn languages in the world, it is now being taught to the Tiruray, Bagobo Tagabawa, Manobo Ubo, Matigsalog, Diangan and T’boli Tribes at Camp Alano from July 12-16.

Their vision is to teach the Korean Alphabet to 700 million illiterate people of the world, so that they can learn their own language through the Korean Alphabet, thereby reducing illiteracy.

A minority population in Indonesia officially adopted Hangul, the Korean written alphabet, to transcribe their spoken language of Cia-Cia. It is the first time that foreigners have adopted Hangul as their official writing system
.

So.. ibig sabihin..ang kanilang vision ay palitan ang sariling alpabeto ng mga katutubo..di lang basta pagaralan kundi iadopt.. gaya ng ginawa ng mga katutubong Cia-Cia ng indonesia No No No No

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Post by russsel_06 on Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:24 pm

para sa akin di na siguro ako payag na palitan pa ang atin alphabeto kc trabaho lng nmn ang ipupunta natin sa korea at hindi para iadopt ang kultura nila althougth kailangan natin matuto ng salita nila pero di nmn tayo pirmaninte sa korea idea ko lng poh yun

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Post by jboy on Thu Oct 14, 2010 5:24 pm

ndi"cguro"pde kasi ndi nman tayo lahat"ng tao pupuntang korea"hirap na nga ang mga bata sa sariling atin dagdag"payan"na kamote nga tayung matatanda na hangaang basic lang halos tayo""""""""""""""""""'''''jejejejejejjejejejejeej Neutral

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Post by bhenshoot on Fri Oct 15, 2010 8:55 pm

bhenshoot wrote:kOREAN UNIVERSITY VISIT DAVAO
Friday, 16 July 2010


KOREAN Alphabet Global Initiative Team led by President, Rev. Ham Eun Hye, Mr Sim Jae Yool are in Davao City with Daedeok University students and their Director, Dr. Park Dong Kyu and Konyang University students with their Director Dr. Ra Yoon Dho. The Hanlim and Daejon University students held a dialogue with Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio at People’s Park last Monday, July 12, 2010. The visit is scheduled from July 05 – 19.
This is the third time for this group to come and teach Korean alphabet for the Badjao Tribe so that they can read and write in the Badjao dialect through the Korean Alphabet. They also learn to translate the Gospel of St. John for the Badjao ethnic tribe.
Because the Korean Alphabet is considered one of the most scientific, systematic and easy to learn languages in the world, it is now being taught to the Tiruray, Bagobo Tagabawa, Manobo Ubo, Matigsalog, Diangan and T’boli Tribes at Camp Alano from July 12-16.

Their vision is to teach the Korean Alphabet to 700 million illiterate people of the world, so that they can learn their own language through the Korean Alphabet, thereby reducing illiteracy.
During the dialogue with Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, the group delivered the letter of the Daejeon City Mayor from Korea. They plan to develop a sisterhood city relationship with Davao City and invite one another for mutual understanding. A meeting with Jason Magnaye, Director of the City Tourism & Investment Office is being set to pave the way for more Koreans to visit and invest in Davao City. Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio also invited the group to help in the development of education, agricultural technology and tourism in Davao City.
Korean Missionaries Rev. David Sang, Rev. Samson Kim and Pastor Rev. Jun Macahig coordinated this program for Davao City and Mindanao’s Indigenous People. The General Secretary of KAGI, Mr. Sim Jael Yool teaches Korean Alphabet for the delegates of the six ethnic tribes.
We share photos with Tomas Avanceña and KAGI Team.




Indonesian Tribe Adopts Hangul Alphabet
Posted on August 7, 2009


A minority population in Indonesia officially adopted Hangul, the Korean written alphabet, to transcribe their spoken language of Cia-Cia. It is the first time that foreigners have adopted Hangul as their official writing system.

According to the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute, the Cia-Cia live in Bau-Bau, the main city on Buton Island located in the Sulawesi province of Indonesia. The city began distributing textbooks written in Hangul on July 22 to 400 elementary students in the Sorawolio district where many Cia-Cia people live.

The 60 thousand member Cia-Cia tribe has been on the verge of a crisis regarding the disappearance of their language. They do not have a writing system to complement their spoken language. Members of the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute persuaded them to adopt Hangul, and established a memorandum of understanding with city officials to use Hangul on July 2008.

The Hunminjeongeum Research Institute invited two persons from the Cia-Cia tribe to Seoul to create a textbook written in Hangul. The textbook includes traditional Cia-Cia and Korean stories.

The Hunminjeongeum Research Institute and Bau-Bau City will build a Hangul Culture Center and plan to train teachers in Hangul. Kim Ju-won, the president of the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute, says “It is significant that Hangul can be used to prevent a minority language from disappearing.”

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bhenshoot wrote:kOREAN UNIVERSITY VISIT DAVAO
Friday, 16 July 2010


KOREAN Alphabet Global Initiative Team led by President, Rev. Ham Eun Hye, Mr Sim Jae Yool are in Davao City with Daedeok University students and their Director, Dr. Park Dong Kyu and Konyang University students with their Director Dr. Ra Yoon Dho. The Hanlim and Daejon University students held a dialogue with Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio at People’s Park last Monday, July 12, 2010. The visit is scheduled from July 05 – 19.
This is the third time for this group to come and teach Korean alphabet for the Badjao Tribe so that they can read and write in the Badjao dialect through the Korean Alphabet. They also learn to translate the Gospel of St. John for the Badjao ethnic tribe.
Because the Korean Alphabet is considered one of the most scientific, systematic and easy to learn languages in the world, it is now being taught to the Tiruray, Bagobo Tagabawa, Manobo Ubo, Matigsalog, Diangan and T’boli Tribes at Camp Alano from July 12-16.

Their vision is to teach the Korean Alphabet to 700 million illiterate people of the world, so that they can learn their own language through the Korean Alphabet, thereby reducing illiteracy.
During the dialogue with Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, the group delivered the letter of the Daejeon City Mayor from Korea. They plan to develop a sisterhood city relationship with Davao City and invite one another for mutual understanding. A meeting with Jason Magnaye, Director of the City Tourism & Investment Office is being set to pave the way for more Koreans to visit and invest in Davao City. Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio also invited the group to help in the development of education, agricultural technology and tourism in Davao City.
Korean Missionaries Rev. David Sang, Rev. Samson Kim and Pastor Rev. Jun Macahig coordinated this program for Davao City and Mindanao’s Indigenous People. The General Secretary of KAGI, Mr. Sim Jael Yool teaches Korean Alphabet for the delegates of the six ethnic tribes.
We share photos with Tomas Avanceña and KAGI Team.




Indonesian Tribe Adopts Hangul Alphabet
Posted on August 7, 2009


A minority population in Indonesia officially adopted Hangul, the Korean written alphabet, to transcribe their spoken language of Cia-Cia. It is the first time that foreigners have adopted Hangul as their official writing system.

According to the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute, the Cia-Cia live in Bau-Bau, the main city on Buton Island located in the Sulawesi province of Indonesia. The city began distributing textbooks written in Hangul on July 22 to 400 elementary students in the Sorawolio district where many Cia-Cia people live.

The 60 thousand member Cia-Cia tribe has been on the verge of a crisis regarding the disappearance of their language. They do not have a writing system to complement their spoken language. Members of the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute persuaded them to adopt Hangul, and established a memorandum of understanding with city officials to use Hangul on July 2008.

The Hunminjeongeum Research Institute invited two persons from the Cia-Cia tribe to Seoul to create a textbook written in Hangul. The textbook includes traditional Cia-Cia and Korean stories.

The Hunminjeongeum Research Institute and Bau-Bau City will build a Hangul Culture Center and plan to train teachers in Hangul. Kim Ju-won, the president of the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute, says “It is significant that Hangul can be used to prevent a minority language from disappearing.”
kung ako hnd na ako payag na kailangan pa hangul ang dami nang ibang salita sa atin tapos mag dag dag pa saka may sari li tayung alpabeto kung tutuusin ang alibata yan ang original na alpabeto ng mga pilipino

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Re: PAYAG KA BA NA GAWING HANGEUL ANG ALPABETO NG ATING MGA KATUTUBO???

Post by koreafroi on Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:40 pm

kung ako hnd na ako papayag.na kailangan pa hangul ang dami na nga ibang salita sa pinas tapos dadagan pa saka may sarili tayong alpabeto kung tutuusin ang ALIBATA yan ang original na alpabeto ng pilipino.

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Re: PAYAG KA BA NA GAWING HANGEUL ANG ALPABETO NG ATING MGA KATUTUBO???

Post by jhanishe on Sat Oct 16, 2010 12:14 am

korek.... dapat mahalin natin ang ating sariling wika.....

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Re: PAYAG KA BA NA GAWING HANGEUL ANG ALPABETO NG ATING MGA KATUTUBO???

Post by jhanishe on Sat Oct 16, 2010 12:20 am

mas mayaman ang kultura nating mga pilipino kesa sa kultura nila.. ilang bayani ang nagbuwis ng buhay para sa ating kalayaan.
dahil ang tingin sa atin ng mga banyaga alipin, tapos i-aadopt pa natin ang kultura at wika nila eh di parang nagpa-alipin na naman ulit tayo sa kanila?
tama na ung tayong mga nagnanais na makapagtrabaho sa bansa nila ang mag-aaral ng kanilang wika at kultura, tayo ngang mga may edad na nahirapan sa wika nila paano pa kaya ang mga bata di ba?

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Re: PAYAG KA BA NA GAWING HANGEUL ANG ALPABETO NG ATING MGA KATUTUBO???

Post by bhenshoot on Sat Oct 16, 2010 9:24 am

Tama po kayo..nakita nyo na ba ang baybayin letterscript ,alibata at script ng mga katutubong mangyan??? maganda di po ba?? magmaganda kaysa sa hangeul. sana kumilos ang ating gobyerno sa agresibong gawain ng mga koreano. paano mo mapapanatili ang lingguahe at kultura ng mga katutubo kung panghihimasukan ito ng ibang lahi. ang tribo sa indonesia.. ginagamit na ang alpabetong hangeul..dahil sa kanilang kamangmangan..sana hindi ang kamangmangan ang maging dahilan ng pagbago ng kultura ng ating mga katutubo..

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Re: PAYAG KA BA NA GAWING HANGEUL ANG ALPABETO NG ATING MGA KATUTUBO???

Post by miko_vision on Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:11 am

idea lang ito ng iilang mga tao isip

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Re: PAYAG KA BA NA GAWING HANGEUL ANG ALPABETO NG ATING MGA KATUTUBO???

Post by bhenshoot on Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:18 am

bhenshoot wrote:kOREAN UNIVERSITY VISIT DAVAO
Friday, 16 July 2010


KOREAN Alphabet Global Initiative Team led by President, Rev. Ham Eun Hye, Mr Sim Jae Yool are in Davao City with Daedeok University students and their Director, Dr. Park Dong Kyu and Konyang University students with their Director Dr. Ra Yoon Dho. The Hanlim and Daejon University students held a dialogue with Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio at People’s Park last Monday, July 12, 2010. The visit is scheduled from July 05 – 19.
This is the third time for this group to come and teach Korean alphabet for the Badjao Tribe so that they can read and write in the Badjao dialect through the Korean Alphabet. They also learn to translate the Gospel of St. John for the Badjao ethnic tribe.
Because the Korean Alphabet is considered one of the most scientific, systematic and easy to learn languages in the world, it is now being taught to the Tiruray, Bagobo Tagabawa, Manobo Ubo, Matigsalog, Diangan and T’boli Tribes at Camp Alano from July 12-16.

Their vision is to teach the Korean Alphabet to 700 million illiterate people of the world, so that they can learn their own language through the Korean Alphabet, thereby reducing illiteracy.
During the dialogue with Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, the group delivered the letter of the Daejeon City Mayor from Korea. They plan to develop a sisterhood city relationship with Davao City and invite one another for mutual understanding. A meeting with Jason Magnaye, Director of the City Tourism & Investment Office is being set to pave the way for more Koreans to visit and invest in Davao City. Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio also invited the group to help in the development of education, agricultural technology and tourism in Davao City.
Korean Missionaries Rev. David Sang, Rev. Samson Kim and Pastor Rev. Jun Macahig coordinated this program for Davao City and Mindanao’s Indigenous People. The General Secretary of KAGI, Mr. Sim Jael Yool teaches Korean Alphabet for the delegates of the six ethnic tribes.
We share photos with Tomas Avanceña and KAGI Team.




Indonesian Tribe Adopts Hangul Alphabet
Posted on August 7, 2009


A minority population in Indonesia officially adopted Hangul, the Korean written alphabet, to transcribe their spoken language of Cia-Cia. It is the first time that foreigners have adopted Hangul as their official writing system.

According to the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute, the Cia-Cia live in Bau-Bau, the main city on Buton Island located in the Sulawesi province of Indonesia. The city began distributing textbooks written in Hangul on July 22 to 400 elementary students in the Sorawolio district where many Cia-Cia people live.

The 60 thousand member Cia-Cia tribe has been on the verge of a crisis regarding the disappearance of their language. They do not have a writing system to complement their spoken language. Members of the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute persuaded them to adopt Hangul, and established a memorandum of understanding with city officials to use Hangul on July 2008.

The Hunminjeongeum Research Institute invited two persons from the Cia-Cia tribe to Seoul to create a textbook written in Hangul. The textbook includes traditional Cia-Cia and Korean stories.

The Hunminjeongeum Research Institute and Bau-Bau City will build a Hangul Culture Center and plan to train teachers in Hangul. Kim Ju-won, the president of the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute, says “It is significant that Hangul can be used to prevent a minority language from disappearing.”

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