The Kurit Panlunggaring, which was the highlight of the commemorative program of the 439th Agew na Pangasinan (Pangasinan Day) celebration, is a poem, essay and short story writing contest launched by the provincial government of Pangasinan in 2012 to mark Pangasinans founding anniversary.
Literary works of Pangasinan writers took center stage once more as the provinces best native language stories, poems and essays were recognized during the awarding ceremony of the 7th Kurit Panlunggaring (Pangasinan Literary Contest) held at the Sison Auditorium here on April 5.
The conduct of the Pangasinan literary contest was aimed at enriching and developing the Pangasinan language by offering incentives to professional and aspiring as well as young local writers in Pangasinan.
Nepascua (Yaman na Kulturan Tawir Wala ed Kapoter na Kansiyon), champion; King Joshua Frias (Pangasinan Derlengen Ta ka), first runner-up; andJemin A.
Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones underscored the importance of discovering the untouched richness of Pangasinans history in the recently concluded conference in the province.
The focus on Pangasinan history, culture, and economy is very significant.
The ICPS 2018 aimed to cultivate dialogue and linkage in promoting interest and heightened awareness about the province of Pangasinan and its people.
The CPS plays an important role in focusing on Pangasinan, and hopefully the researches and advocacies will be reflected in our educational system and in our curriculum, and will be used by other universities and the DepEd institutions here in the province, Briones added.