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Journey to Medina

We went on a three-day journey to Medina, Misamis Oriental. It was part of our requirements in our subject in photography. We went on that journey riding a bus for four hours, knowing what lies ahead. When we arrived in Medina, we saw the place as very quaint. The place is described by its natural scenery...


Tourism Accessibility in Panay Island

Successful tourism is defined by five “A”s, namely, attractions, access, accommodation, amenities and activities. In developing countries where transportation networks are normally disjointed, accessibility is a main challenge. This is mostly true for tourists who do not want to transport themselves. Is there any way to surmount the accessibility challenge?

Social Responsibility

[VIDEO] RAFI Celebrates the Success Greenin Philippines’ Run2Plant

The Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc. (RAFI) has once again initiated a project that had attracted thousands across the province of Cebu to run and plant thereafter. More than 55,000 earth runners joined the Run2Plant 4 Greenin Philippines held simultaneously in the 48 municipalities and cities of the Province of Cebu last June 25, 2011.

Fun & Me-Time

Cocina: UP Diliman's Own Food Bazaar

 Banchetto and Mercato are known for bringing different food to the midnight crowd. In UP Diliman, however, there is one food bazaar that was made by students for students. Enter, Cocina.


Your next salad could be from Negros

The Department of Agriculture in cooperation with Negros local government officials plan to transform Negros as the Visayan capital into a vegetable salad production capital.


Visit Japan and Brazil this August and September all in UP DIliman

Learn more about Japanese and Brazilian culture with free screenings at the UP Film Institute. Immerse yourself in different movies and be wow-ed by foreign, contemporary film making.

Metro Manila

'Bistek' wants no parking fees for the elderly in QC

I was surprised when my lolo returned home from the mall with a smile on his face. I learned later that the smirk was because of the fact that he did not have to pay for parking when he went to the hospital for his check-up.

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Interview with international DJ Rosie Romero

P3 had the privilege to interview international DJ sensation, Rosie Romero. The beautiful beat genius will be livening up the dance floor in Makati this Friday. Read the thoughts she shared here.


Remember Enchanted Kingdom?

Children and adults have always enjoyed the rewards of being in an amusement park. Hong Kong has its own Disneyland. Orlando, Florida has Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. In the Philippines, the Filipinos


What is the answer Solar, Wind, Hydro, Thorium!

"After reading the article by Robert Gonzaga in the which says.. " build a coal fired power plant in Sitio Naglatore in Subic Town which is inside Subic Bay Freeport". Is this accurate? Last time I looked Subic Town was not inside the Freeport.
I agree with the board not to allow a coal fired plant to ...

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Jazzanova LIVE in Manila

It's happening tomorrow.
Be there. Feel the music that fused jazz, drum n bass, house, break-beat, and other forms into one groove.

Your City

Ukay : Style on a Budget

Being fashionable doesn't have to break the bank. Branded clothes and accessories don't make an outfit, creativity and resourcefulness do. For the budget-tight shoppers out there, your favorite store should be an Ukay store. Here's why.

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The Menti Assorbenti Montessori Way

Early childhood education forms the foundation of a child. It begins at home with the parents. When the child is ready to go to school and meet other kids, a whole new world awaits him. This is where Menti Assorbenti Montessori

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Spending Quality Tea Time in Moonleaf

What distinguishes one tea shop from another is the atmosphere and unique experience each customer can. Moonleaf is one of those stores that greets it's patrons with familiarity and a welcoming smile. Students and young professionals alike go gaga for the milk teas and it's no surprise why.

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Surigao City invites groups to join Bonok-Bonok Festival 2011

The Surigao City Tourism Council is inviting all cultural groups throughout the country to participate in the much anticipated annual ethnic mardi gras in the city, the 2011 Bonok-Bonok Maradjaw Karadjaw Festival on September 9 this year.

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Craving for Chocolate Cake? Try Chocolat

Chocolate lovers everywhere should be happy to know that there is one shop that serves dark chocolate cake, just like mom used to make. Chocolat is the bake shop to go when you want that perfect comfort food. Try their Death by Tablea, Caramel and Kahlua confections.

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Be Mesmerized With The Cirque du Soleil

It is not too often that Filipinos can witness first-hand how a traveling circus performs. Well, the Canadian-based entertainment group Cirque du Soleil has been in Manila to captivate the Filipino


Government program boosts Philippine carbon trading project

National Greening Program supports carbon trading project in Southern Leyte, Philippines.

Active Lifestyle & Sports

4 Filipino jins working to land slots in 2012 Olympics

From  The Philippine Daily Inquirer   Four of the country’s top taekwondo fighters try to crash the London Olympics next year when they compete in the 2011 World Qualification tournament on June 25 to July 4 in Baku, Azerbaijan.


Finding Love in the City Of Love

If Paris is the city of love then Iloilo is its counterpart in the Philippines. There are lots of things to do and discover in this majestic place. Aside from its romantic speaking and very friendly locals, you will also adore the different sites and sounds this place has to offer. You will soon find out why people consider this ...