STUDYING IN THE European Union (EU) has become more attainable now than ever before, as both the EU and the Philippines grow more open in a developing economic relationship. The upcoming European Higher Education Fair (EHEF) on November 10 at the Fairmont Hotel in Makati will be a testament to the growing mobility of students… Continue reading EU and PH partners for more ‘open dialogue’ in education
Admit it. You get jealous when your friends post their pretty pictures of the luxury hotel in Palawan, the food trips they had in Cebu, and the road trip in Baguio and Sagada, you should be happy for them because they are having the time of their life.. But instead, you look at yourself and… Continue reading How to travel in style, even on a budget
Students, faculty, academicians and those who are looking at undertaking post-graduate studies abroad will have a chance to know more about schools in the member-states of the European Union (EU) at the European Higher Education Fair (EHEF) Philippines, set on 10 November, at the Fairmont Hotel in Makati.
If he is not in front of the cameras, Luis Manzano is most likely under the sea. Having started his love affair with the ocean and all the beautiful underwater creatures 13 years ago, Manzano says it is a natural progression for a water baby like him. ‘‘For me, it’s beach, beach, beach. Leave me… Continue reading Meet Luis Manzano, underwater photographer
The famed Iloilo Dinagyang Festival, the region’s biggest festival, is now in full swing, with 2017 preparations underway headed by the Iloilo Dinagyang Foundation Incorporated (IDFI).
The month of August is usually an off-peak season for festivals, but in southern Philippines, especially in the city of Davao, preparations for their biggest fiesta for the year are in full swing. Davao City, one of the biggest cities in the Philippines, and home to President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, is famed for its colorful… Continue reading Kadayawan sa Davao: Spreading cheer and good vibes
Bacolod City, touted as “The City of Smiles,” will once again flaunt its sweetest smiles at the upcoming annual celebration of the MassKara Festival. Each year, thousands of tourists, photographers, and merrymakers troop down the city’s major thoroughfares to catch the festival highlight: the street dancing competition, which gathers contingents from scores of city barangays.… Continue reading Bacolod MassKara Festival 2016 Schedule
THE WEATHER was fair and cold upon arrival at Fukuoka International Airport. But the last days were hot and humid, and the nights were cool and dry. It wasn’t much of a surprise; after all, Japan was at the cusp of summer and it is significantly hotter in Kyushu island than the northern parts of… Continue reading The Harrowing Beauty of Nagasaki: Ghosts of the Atom Bomb
Soccsksargen tourism pushes food tours in the region story by Angelo Garcia Mindanao, known as the Food Basket of the Philippines, is a major source of fresh produce and livestock of the country. Because of its fertile ground and location, it’s the perfect place to grow some of the most in-demand food items in the… Continue reading Destination: Food
THE WORLD is now facing such massive environmental problems that creating awareness on the importance of biodiversity and how it affects humanity should be a top priority. Biodiversity is the variability among living organisms from all sources, including terrestrial, marine, and other aquatic ecosystems, and the ecological complexes of which they are part. Biodiversity… Continue reading Take a selfie and shout out for biodiversity