Kapampangan people

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The Kapampangan People (Taung Kapampangan), also known as Pampangueños or Pampangos, are the sixth largest ethnolinguistic group in the Philippines, numbering about 2.89 million.wikipedia
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The Kapampangan People (Taung Kapampangan), also known as Pampangueños or Pampangos, are the sixth largest ethnolinguistic group in the Philippines, numbering about 2.89 million.
Ethnolinguistic nations include the Ivatan, Pangasinan, Kapampangan, Tagalog, Bicolano, Visayan people (Aklanon, Boholano, Butuanon, Capiznon, Cebuano, Cuyonon, Eskaya, Hiligaynon, Karay-a, Masbateño, Porohanon, Romblomanon, Suludnon, Surigaonon and Waray-Waray), Zamboangueño, Subanon, and more.

Tarlac

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They live mainly in the provinces of Pampanga, Bataan and Tarlac, as well as Bulacan, Nueva Ecija and Zambales. In the province of Tarlac, the indigenous population of Tarlac City and the municipalities of Bamban, Capas and Concepcion are Kapampangans, while the municipalities of Victoria, La Paz, have a significant Kapampangan population.
Today, Tarlac is the most multi-cultural of the provinces in the region for having a mixture of four distinct ethnic groups: the Kapampangans, the Pangasinans, the Ilocanos and the Tagalogs.

Bulacan

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They live mainly in the provinces of Pampanga, Bataan and Tarlac, as well as Bulacan, Nueva Ecija and Zambales.
In Central Luzon, a revolutionary government was organized under General Francisco Macabulos, a Kapampangan revolutionary leader of La Paz, Tarlac.

Kapampangan cuisine

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Kapampangan cuisine, or Lutung Kapampangan, has gained a favourable reputation among other Philippine ethnic groups, which hailed Pampanga as the "Culinary Capital of the Philippines".
The Kapampangan kitchen is the biggest and widely used room in the traditional Kapampangan household.

Pampanga

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They live mainly in the provinces of Pampanga, Bataan and Tarlac, as well as Bulacan, Nueva Ecija and Zambales.
The native inhabitants of Pampanga are generally referred to as the Kapampangans (alternatively Pampangos or Pampangueños).

Macabebe

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It was the Kapampangans of Macabebe who were formerly Muslim were the first to defend the Luzon Empire from Spanish domination in 1571.
The province of Pampanga is also the traditional homeland of the Kapampangan people.

Tondo, Manila

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Once occupying a vast stretch of land that extended from Tondo to the rest of Central Luzon, huge chunks of territories were carved out of Pampanga so as to create the provinces of Bulacan, Bataan, Nueva Ecija, Aurora and Tarlac.
Institute of National Language commissioner Jose Villa Panganiban also wrote that the dividing line between Kapampangan and Tagalog was the Pasig River, and that Tondo therefore originally spoke Kapampangan.

Capas, Tarlac

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In the province of Tarlac, the indigenous population of Tarlac City and the municipalities of Bamban, Capas and Concepcion are Kapampangans, while the municipalities of Victoria, La Paz, have a significant Kapampangan population.
Originally a part of Zambales and Pampanga, its first settlers were the Kapampangan and the Aeta.

Zambales

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They live mainly in the provinces of Pampanga, Bataan and Tarlac, as well as Bulacan, Nueva Ecija and Zambales.
The Tagalogs, the Ilocanos, the Sambal, the Kapampangans, and the Pangasinans today constitute the five largest ethnic groups in Zambales; these identities may and do, however, overlap with one another due to intermarriage and other factors.

Eddie Panlilio

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Eddie "Among Ed" Tongol Panlilio (born December 6, 1953) is a Kapampangan Filipino Roman Catholic priest and Governor of Pampanga.

Philippines

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The Kapampangan People (Taung Kapampangan), also known as Pampangueños or Pampangos, are the sixth largest ethnolinguistic group in the Philippines, numbering about 2.89 million.
According to the 2000 census, 28.1% of Filipinos are Tagalog, 13.1% Cebuano, 9% Ilocano, 7.6% Visayans/Bisaya (excluding Cebuano, Hiligaynon and Waray), 7.5% Hiligaynon, 6% Bikol, 3.4% Waray, and 25.3% as "others", which can be broken down further to yield more distinct non-tribal groups like the Moro, the Kapampangan, the Pangasinense, the Ibanag, and the Ivatan.

Tocino

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Some popular Kapampangan dishes that have become mainstays across the country include sisig, kare-kare, tocino or pindang and their native version of the longaniza.
The Kapampangans who make tocino mix it for four to six hours in order to achieve thickness and softness in the meat, then leave it overnight at room temperature before serving it as burong baboy (fermented pork).

Pedro Tongio Liongson

Four days later, a battalion of Pampango volunteers sent to confront Aguinaldo abandoned their post and crossed over to join him.

Mayari

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In Kapampangan mythology, Apûng Malyari is depicted as the moon god who lives in Mt. Pinatubo and ruler of the eight rivers.

Battle of Bangkusay Channel

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A Kapampangan leader of the Macabebe tribe, later identified as Tarik Sulayman, refused to submit to the Spaniards and, after failing to gain the support of the chieftains of Maynila and Tondo (Lakandula, Matanda) and nearby old settlements of the present day Bulacan province mostly Hagonoy, Bulacan, gathered a force composed of Bulacan and Kapampangan warriors.

Apollo Quiboloy

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Quiboloy was born on April 25, 1950 in Davao City, and is the youngest of nine children of Kapampangans José Quibóloy y Turla and María Carreón y Quinto (born December 28, 1913).

John Prats

Prats was born on February 14, 1984 in Manila, Philippines to parents Daniel Rafael Prats and Alma Quiambao-Prats, a Kapampangan.

Kris Aquino

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She is the cousin of actress and equestrienne Mikee Cojuangco, and the niece of Philippine Olympic Committee president Jose "Peping" Cojuangco, Jr. She has Chinese, Spanish, and Kapampangan ancestry.

Andrés Bonifacio

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The Kartilya defines "tagalog" as "all those born in this archipelago; therefore, though visayan, ilocano, pampango, etc. they are all tagalogs".

Batangas

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Tagalogs are the predominant people in Batangas, distantly followed by Bicolanos, Visayans, Kapampangans, Pangasinans and Ilocanos.