Terence Angsioco has spent his lockdown in Coron Island. But what does it mean to live on this ancestral land?
Welcome to Coron Island, the ancestral domain of the Tagbanwa. This is where we find photographer Terence Angsioco taking refuge, after he fled Metro Manila’s lockdown. But what does it mean to live on indigenous land? Paco and Editor-in-Chief Nina Unlay speak to Terence, while experts Dave de Vera and Giovanni Reyes unpack the neglected histories of indigenous peoples in the Philippines.
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