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Dabawenyos nidaug sa Palanca Awards 2005

In Uncategorized on September 16, 2005 at 3:55 pm

Dabawenyos nidaug sa Palanca Awards 2005


Katong ni-aging Setyembre 01, 2005, gipahibalo sa Carlos Palanca Awards ang mga midaug karong tuiga. Si Macario Tiu sa iyang gisulat nga “Balyan”, ang nidaug og unang pwesto sa matang panitikan aron sa Regional Language Division. Unang midauog si Mac Tiu tung 2001 para sa “Ang Bata Dili Matulog”.

Si Mac Tiu ay isa ka manunulat sa MindaNews og sa unang pangulo sa Humanities sa Ateneo de Davao University.

Ang ikaduhang pwesto nakuha sa isa ka manunulat gikan sa Davao, Si Don Pagusara para sa iyahang gisuwat nga “Bangka sa Kinabuhi”. Ikaduhang daug ni Don kini. Naka duhang pwesto sad siya tung 2004 para sa “Talia Migrante.”

Si Don Pagusara nagatudlo sa Ateneo de Davao University.

Sama sa gi-ingon ni Mac Tiu sa The Ethnokinship Theory of Literature:

My view is that we don’t have to “develop our own language.” Each of us already has our own language. All we need to do is use it. If you are a Bisaya, write in Bisaya, etc. On the issue of national language, there is no need to have one national language to be developed artificially or to be imported. We can have many national languages. There are many ethnokinship groups or nations in this country, and privileging one language over another will only create dissension and dissatisfaction. Respect for one’s language should be the rule in our relationship with each other. It will create a better culture base for a sense of Filipinohood.

Sa inyo Mac og Don og sa tanang manunulat, Bisaya man ka o dili, ipadayon ang pagsuwat!!!

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