I know that, like the atlatl, the bow is a non-trivial weapon that essentially every culture has eventually developed. We still have people who practice Western archery, Japanese archery (kyudo), and so on; but I've never heard of a continuing tradition of Filipino archery. I also can't picture a painting of Filipino martial activities that includes the bow--mostly just swords and sticks. Does anyone still practice a form of Filipino archery? I'm sure (Olympic-style or Japanese) archery is practiced there, but is there a native tradition that is still found?