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Canadian vlogger "Kulas" admires the toughness of the Igorots and had a message to people discriminating them

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Cordillera - If you are following the journey of "Kulas" over the past days, you would have watched his solo travels  from Baguio going up to Atok, Bugias, Mankayan and all the way to Bontoc. 

Kyle Gennerman or  Kulas is one of the famous non-Filipino vloggers that started his YouTube career in Cagayan De Oro in the Northern part of Mindanao. He created his own video content that are all genuine and full of positive vibes to promote every bit of the Filipino culture including the people,  language, food, and almost everything you could think of. He is the kind of a vlogger who likes interacting with the local people almost everywhere.

Kulas is a very polite, positive, happy and a down to earth vlogger who truly loves the Philippines and the Filipino people. 

In his latest post in his Facebook page, he made a live stream to express his admiration to the Igorots of the Cordilleras and the beauty of the rice terraces. 

"Igorots are freaking tough. I just wanted to go live just to say how much I appreciate you people in the mountains because of your attitude, and your strength and your courage...," Kulas said while showing scenes of the Bontoc river in the background. 

Kulas also acknowledged how the Igorots work so hard  planting rice in the field and building massive and beautiful rice terraces.  He then encourages every tourists to always remember  that behind the beauty we see are the Igorots who built them. 

"We  have to always remember that there are people who are living here who are doing back-breaking labor to provide rice for others and to make these rice terraces that beauty that they are," Kulas said. 

He also had a message to those people who are discriminating the Igorots calling them uncivilized only because they are living in the mountains. 

READ ALSO: Canadian Vlogger "Kulas" travels to the vegetable terraces in Atok, Benguet

"I tell you right now. For anybody who comes to the Philippines, if you discriminate without getting to know  people, you shouldn't even come here.... All it takes is coming up and  talking  to people and understand . 'Cause I tell you right now, I met some of the most civilized people in my life here in the mountains. They open up for you, they give you tea, they care for you, they take you  somewhere and they want nothing in return," Kulas added. 


Many netizens following Kulas in his journey are so thankful for his sensible comments and his adventure in the north  allowing the beauty of the Cordilleras  be featured in his vlog. 

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12 comments:

  1. thanks for appreciating our tribe,the one called igorots of the upland north.mabuhay tayong lahat

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  2. And we really appreciate also kulas for visiting our place,,we hope someday you’ll come back again,, takecare always and have a wonderful journey wherever you go and thank you for always the best vlogger who appreciate every single thing there in the Philippines.mabuhayšŸ‘

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  3. thank u for appreciating igorots and beauty of our place..u r always welcome here in the mountains..

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  4. Thank you "Kulas for being with us ( IGOROTS). We appreciate your concern to us and our your visit our place (cordillera)

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  5. Thank you sir kulas for the love and for fighting for us,igorots. Always take care when u travel. God bless. ♡

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  6. wooow.. you are also a wonderful person, We Igorots are really big thanks for your observation and appreciation you have a big heart.

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  7. Thanks for bringing me home to my home town.. I'm happy to humble my humble barangay...hope you enjoy minus the rain...

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  8. This video just brought me into tears. Thanks for the sincere message and appreciation of our Cordilleras! Igorots are truly being discriminated, but all you just did was give every bit of appreciation to the places, the people, the culture, their labor, and lifestyle. I am from the Kayan, Tadian, Mountain Province and I have been following your post in the past days. Thank you, Kulas! You are loved and welcomed up in the mountains!

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  9. This video just brought me into tears. Thanks for the sincere message and appreciation of our Cordilleras! Igorots are truly being discriminated, but all you just did was give every bit of appreciation to the places, the people, the culture, their labor, and lifestyle. I am from the Kayan, Tadian, Mountain Province and I have been following your post in the past days. Thank you, Kulas! You are loved and welcomed up in the mountains!

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  10. Foreigners know us(IGOROTS) better than fellow Filipinos hhhha.Foreign visitors appreciate the culture and traditions. They even call us "people of d mountain" but we are not hurt while a fellow Filipino would often call us "taong gubat" , "tagabundok" and pinch a bit of our heart because they call us that mockingly. They carry their ignorance about Igorots to their grave����. But anyways, thank u Kulas for visiting and showcasing the MontaƱosa. Come back again!! Igorot Land has more to show you..

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