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Tinikling is a Filipino folk dance, often dubbed the Philippine National Dance. The dance originated in Leyte as an imitation of the movements of the tikling bird dodging bamboo traps set by rice farmers.
The dance consists of two people hitting parallel bamboo poles on the ground, raising them, then hitting the poles against each other in the air with a rhythm. Meanwhile, at least one dancer hops over and around the clashing poles in a manner not entirely unlike jump roping. Other variations consist of four people holding a pair of bamboo in a tic-tac-toe like pattern. This form of the dance would ususally travel in a circular pattern increasing the difficulting of staying on rhythm.
As early as the 1980s, the dance had begun appearing in elementary school curricula as physical education.