Matigsalog kids of Bukidnon sell Tikos anklets, bracelets for money

Matigsalog kids of Bukidnon sell Tikos anklets, bracelets for money

Children from Matigsalog tribe of Bukidnon display Tikos bracelets and anklets, native products they sell for P10 each to local and foreign tourists.

Tikos is derived from a select local vine and are used originally by the indigenous tribes of Bukidnon as an ornament worn around the calves just above the leg or as bracelet to some people. Matigsalog tribes sell the native products as a source of income.

(Kiara Lauren Ibanez/BC/ai/mtvn)

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