Lang Dulay was the face of the t’nalak tapestry that her town and the entire South Cotabato province proudly showcased to the world. Until her death in 2015 due to an ailment and believed to be in her 90s, she kept t’nalak weaving very close to her heart. As a tribute to t’nalak weavers, it adopted last year the tagline, “The Land of Dreamweavers,” as its official tourism and marketing campaign brand. “It is truly an event that benchmarks what makes South Cotabato and its people truly world-class,” she added. “T’nalak weaving is a precious art that we can’t afford to lose,” Sula told the Inquirer.
Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer August 18, 2018 22:07 UTC