PARADA NA LUYAG TOP 3 CONTINGENTS: MAPANDAN, VILLASIS, MABINI. (from top) Bagging the championship title of the 437th Agew na Pangasinan Parada na Luyag parade and streetdance competition, Mapandan contingent’s ‘Tribu Pandan’ showcased creativity in presenting their localities cultural heritage and industry. Landing second is Villasis contingent which presented its Talong Festival to highlight the abundance of eggplant in their town while third placer Mabini town wowed spectators with their interpretation of the deep faith of townsfolk to Patron Sto. Nino despite the adversities in life. /Photos by Jedidiah Ordonez/Meinard Sadim.

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