Sunday, July 01, 2007

Los Chupacabras @ RockEd Radio Tonight!

8-9pm, NU 107.


Gentleman pa ba ang mga Pinoy? Mahinhin pa ba ang mga Pinay?

Malakas na yata si Maganda, at tama lang yon. Si Malakas naman, kamusta na?

A light discussion on gender differences. Listen to the poets of Los Chupacabras level it off with Ms. Earth 2006 beauty queens, CATHY UNTALAN and some the other queens of her court. AH HAH! And joining us tonight will be the legendary film-maker -- KIDLAT TAHIMIK. Sayang hindi kita ang bahag sa radyo. And the lovely writer MS. SYLVIA MAYUGA. (kwela 'to, si Ma'am!)

After discussing homelessness, (ANG BIGAT KASI NUUUUNN) magpahinga muna tayo at mag usapang ugali muna. Magaan, malakas, maganda. Whew.

Magtanong kayo ng KAHIT ANO! si Team Chupacabras at si Team Earth ang makakapanayam, kasama si Kidlat sa Team Earth. Dahil mas maganda pa pwet niya kesa sa mga byuti kwin naten.


Malakas at Maganda
Philippine Folklore

Malakas and Maganda is about the origin of the native Filipinos.

When Bathala (God) was done creating the world, he was bored. He looked down over the earth and sent a bird into the world. The bird was flying around when it heard some sounds and tapping somewhere in the forest.The bird landed and found out that the sound is coming from a huge bamboo. He started pecking on it and pretty soon it split in the middle where a man came out of it. His name was Malakas, which means strong, and he told the bird, "My mate is in the other piece of wood." They got her out and her name was Maganda which means beautiful. The two got on the bird's back and flew away to find some place to live. They went flying around the world, and then finally, the bird saw a land and let the two giants set foot and live on it. When Malakas and Maganda stepped on the land their weight separated the land into islands (Philippines has 7,200 islands). Malakas and Maganda live on and produced millions of children, which came to be the Filipinos.