The demounting and storage of the cultural materials from the Museo ng Kalinangang Pilipino (MKP) took place after the two traditional rites performed by leaders from the respective language groups, one of whom is the son of the ritualist who originally presided over the exhibit at the MKP of guardian rocks or pinaing of the Tingguian people of Peñarrubia town, Abra province on 2 October 2019. This was held as an official part of the museological procedures covering the managed transition from MKP to 21AM as two different institutions.
For the pinaing, the son of the ritualist who presided over the transfer of the materials in 1987, was the central participant and was joined by family members of the original Tingguian family. The pinaing consisted of the entirety of these important cultural markers for the Tingguian of Peñarrubia. They were brought to the MKP, instead of being sold to international antiquities dealers. They became part of the then newly formed CCP collection of materials related to traditional performance. ThisTingguian group arranged these cultural materials in the space allocated by the 1987 curatorial plan. A Tingguian ritualist conducted rites to allow for a good transition from Abra to the MKP.