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She looks harmless with her family’s heirloom beads entwined with a glow-in-the-dark rosary. This ash-haired woman is Maria Oggay, better known by her Kalinga name, Whang-ud (pronounced as Fang-ud).She is Kalinga’s oldest practicing mambabatok, a living artifact of a once forgotten tradition.She is confident that she can juggle work and school.
Beside the village’s only school, an elderly woman gears up for another day of literally bloody work.(As we can seem, people nowadays have improved their status of life. One of them is Selma Dugay, who left her job in Kalinga’s capital city to build the first and only eatery in the village.“Noong nakatira pa ako sa Tabuk, may mga dumarating na turista [dito sa Buscalan]. Kaya naisip ko noong may mga nagtayo ng homestay na parang maganda yatang mag-establish ng eatery,” Dugay said in the local language.Today, anyone who is willing to undergo the painful process of batok can get one.
But unlike before, people no longer pay the mambabatok in kind like textiles, beads, and livestock.She is now funding the construction of a two-storey house with a picturesque view of the mountains.