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5 facts about Salipada Pendatun, the Forgotten Hero from Mindanao

I never heard about Salipada Pendatun, until I visited Buluan, Maguindanao last month. I chanced upon a hanging tarpaulin at a trade exhibit when I first learned about this Filipino hero. I would say I’m impressed after reading a short biography of Pendatun. This former senator was called a man of “many firsts”. 1. HeRead More

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List of Universities and Colleges with free tuition fee

The Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act, the free tuition law signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 1, providing full free tuition fees for students in state-owned colleges and universities and even technical-vocational schools.   National Capital Region Eulogio ‘Amang’ Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology Marikina Polytechnic College Philippine Normal University PhilippineRead More

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WATCH: 10 Facts About One of the World’s Dangerous Roads – Kennon Road

I consider myself blessed for two main reasons. First, it was my first to visit the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio City and I happen to passed by, not just one time, but two times in the famous Kennon Road. I only hear or read about it in the news and books. The secondRead More

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WATCH: Philippines vs Japan game highlights and full game video of FIBA World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifiers

The Philippines’ game against Japan in their FIBA World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifiers, held on February 25, 2017 at the Mall of Asia arena. It was not an easy game, as the Japs had not a single game, and they’re desperate for a win. The game highlights (short): Full game video: Anong masasabi mo? 🙂Read More

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Inaul Festival in Maguindanao

The Inaul Festival in Buluan, Maguindanao is still on its second year. This colorful and vibrant festival is observed annually on February 8 to 14. But this festival is actually under a new name or a continuation of what used to be called the Sagayan Festival. The latter was already celebrated in Misamis Oriental. TheRead More

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Jerwin Ancajas vs Israel Gonzalez replay

Jerwin Ancajas kept his IBF junior bantamweight belt by knocking out Mexico’s Israel “Jiga” Gonzalez in the 10th round on February 4, Sunday (Philippine time) at the American Bank Center Corpus Christi, in Texas. Here is the video replay of the fight. Anong masasabi mo? 🙂 Related Post WATCH: 10 Facts About One of theRead More

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5 Facts about Pangasinan you’ve never heard before

Pangasinan for me is practically, unknown. I only hear about it on television at nightly news, like the Pangasinan Presidents basketball team in the now defunct basketball league, MBA. The closest I could get to this province was just traveling to Baguio and back. Fortunately, I added a few bits of  my knowledge bank aboutRead More

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24 Aftermath Photos of the Battle of Marawi City

Photographed in December of 2017. I’ve always wanted to go to Marawi City even before the war. But concerned with my personal safety. Yes, even before the war,  my Marawi resident friends warned us not to go to Marawi City alone, because there are some who would specifically target non-Muslims. God answered my desire toRead More

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Stranded blogger ignored by AirAsia, he instead contacted the airline’s CEO

Getting stranded due to a typhoon is surely not fun. Ignored by an airline’s rebooking department will only make it worse. Travel blogger Josh Tanador of Mga Laag ni Josh got stuck in Dumaguete who was scheduled to fly on December 22 at 12:15 noon, but due to typhoon Vinta. He could not go toRead More

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