President Rodrigo Duterte urged the public to be more active in community and national issues as his message for the 153rd birth anniversary of national hero, Andres Bonifacio.
After the viral sexual attacks of pro-Marcos netizens a female teenager carrying an anti-Marcos burial placard, Gabriela Women’s Party and netizens condemned the inappropriate comments of the “online sexual harassers.”
The city’s committee on tourism and beautification is planning to set-up a “Lumad Village” as a new tourist site in Marilog District.
The City Tourism Office has announced the line up of activities for this year’s “Pasko Fiesta” celebration which will be launched on Dec. 2 at Rizal Park, this city.
A Moro councilor has urged Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte to sign the implementing rules and regulations of the Anti-discrimination ordinance as the Muslim sector in the city continue to face discrimination.
Local inventions that help reduce air pollution will be exhibited in an invention event slated on Nov. 15 to 17 at the Sangguniang Panlungsod Building, coinciding with the observance of the National Clean Air Month.
Salamindanaw Asian Film Festival will open its fourth edition with two films that tackle the plights of the lumad (indigenous people) and Filipino seafarers on November 7 in the city of General Santos.
Aside from the rich, colorful traditions of the country during the commemoration of the dead, Filipinos are also known to be very superstitious whether its about money, on children, wealth, on animals and even death.
The cultural group of the National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP), Teatro Ekyumenikal, will stage a play today, Oct. 21 that tackles the plight of indigenous peoples in the country.
The long wait is over. After its huge success at the 3rd QCinema International Film Festival—where it won Best Picture—and after reaping acclaim at international filmfests in Europe, the US, and Asia, the movie “Apocalypse Child” screens in commercial theatres nationwide beginning October 26.