Resurfacing Inabel weaving

Corazon Campilla Agosto’s earliest memory of weaving dates back to 1941. She recalls watching her mother and her grandmother work on the loom when she was a little girl. Their swift hands shifting the boat-shaped shuttles across the cotton cloth, then rhythmically pulling the reed toward the beam that adds another row to the design.

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Moving to Palawan and Rooting a Life

Why is it that, moving to the big cities to find work and earn more money was acceptable but the other way around -to simplify and start growing your own food was frowned upon by society. What kind of values and social norms did we have to stretch and break? “What would you possibly do? Would you survive? Is it a safe place?”, they asked us.

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