@onerace is a community account that empowers the culture and tradition published on the Steem blockchain. Our mission is to encourage and support blogs pertaining to Cultures and Tradition of nations. We wish to use this post to highlight the 5 best blogs within the two-day period (July 16 - July 17, 2018).
Ideally, this community project is created to add support to Filipinos who blogs about Culture and Tradition of the Philippines. There might have been major communal accounts aiming to support Filipino posts, our aim is direct focus enrichment and uplifting these hidden treasures.
Our main focus is to empower "Filipino Culture and Tradition", blogs that pertain to Philippines identity, history, artifacts, traditions, superstitions, and many more that has been part of Filipino Culture. To maintain @onerace's focus on empowering Filipino Cultures and Traditions, the following topics of blogs will be excluded:
- Religion-based articles (Writing / Religion / Bible Verses / Quotes)
Into which we stand firm of excluding these types of article to maintain and prosper blogs that are ethnically Culture and Tradition focused
Here are the Featured @onerace Blogs on dates (July 16 - 17)
The blogs featured on this post are our way to showcase to the public the best Philippine Culture and Tradition not intended to take advantage of it to make it as a blog. Here are the five featured blogs in June 16 - July 17, 2018.
On making swords there some rituals or superstitous beliefs that they consider. The shields are most likely made out of light, fibrous wood and ratan binding about 0.5 x 1.5 meters in size. However they have some helmets but apparently i haven't took some photos from the museum…
Calahoyo, or Hole-In in english equivalent, is an outdoor game by two to ten players. Precise focusing on is the ability created in this game on the grounds that the goal of every player is to hit the anak (little stones or objects) with the utilization of the pamato (big, flat stone), attempting to send it to the hole...
Iligan City is known in the Philippines as the City of Majestic Waterfalls. The powerful Agus River flows through the city and in the surrounding countryside are found at least 23 waterfalls. Earl was taking me to see Tinago Falls, which proved to be one the most majestic waterfalls I'd seen in the Philippines and one of the craziest. Tinago Falls is located just south of Iligan City and worryingly close to Marawi, but with everything on lockdown and the security presence high things seemed safe enough. It was the weekend and the roads in and out were busy with locals and Filipinos also heading to the falls. Tinago proved to be a popular place to hang out and swim on weekends...
They say Ferdinand Magellan crossed the Pacific ocean and accidentally discovered the Philippines en route to the Spice Islands. Taking this into account, one can say that the History of the Philippines was shaped by the demand for spices. I used to laugh at the thought when I was still a student and was carefree about cooking and preparing meals for my own family. I had no idea how important spices are. But I know better now...
Good morning fellow @uloggers, yesterday was the 137th founding anniversary oulf out munnicipality called Alcoy. Many people gathered in the basketball gym to celebrate the special day. Every barangay also manage to gather some fruit and any agricultural things and display it inside the gym for the people ot see it...
How do we maximize our Influence (Steem Power)?
- 5 posts will be voted at Full Power (100%)
- Tier 2 posts (posts that we're good but were not featured) allocating 800% VP (to be divided by # of posts)
- Tier 3 posts *(posts that we're not that quality made but are still covered by @onerace's allocating 400% VP (to be divided by # of posts)
Photos posted on featured authors are from the authors itself, all of the photos above took the credits to the featured authors except the highest picture above (we're currently designing our own cover photo and logo).