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But while its physical features have changed through the years, tsinelas remains to be a top Filipino tool in child discipline.MANILA, Philippines – At first, she took the spanking and the pinches in silence. She called the discipline "love" – the love of a mother who only wants her child to grow up well. 'Pag nasaktan siya kahit kaunti, alam na niya, 'di na niya uulitin 'yun,” Larry told Rappler. We can't just keep reminding her, only for her to keep doing it again and again. 'Di naman pwedeng sasabihan ng sasabihan, tapos uulitin nang uulitin. Because what you did was wrong.' When she's not behaving well, we tell her to do things right.(I always tell my mother and father about positive discipine, and how they should treat me when I make mistakes.) PETA ARTS Zone Project is just one of the advocacy groups in the country campaigning for the end of corporal punishment and the start of positive discipline in Filipino homes.(READ: Positive discipline: The new way of parenting) The United Nations (UN) Committee on the Rights of the Child defines corporal punishment as "any punishment in which physical force is used and intended to cause some degree of pain or discomfort, however light." According to the UN committee, corporal punishment involves the following: There is also a global movement to end all corporal punishment of children.