Talikala, a non-government organization (NGO) that helps prostituted women and children, held a film forum for this year’s Day of No Prostitution on Friday.
The global observance of World Teacher’s Day highlights the heroism of teachers. While the occasion is celebratory, it also provides an opportunity to discuss the issues experienced by teachers and how they played a crucial role in the development of Lumad students and society, in general.
After it gained recognition as the cleanest coastline last year, the Tubajon Aquamarine Park in Misamis Oriental will once again be put on the spotlight as tourism officials from all over the country will visit it when they converge here for a convention on Oct 3-6.
World Championship of Performing Arts Philippines Inc. has conducted a one-day audition at SM Ecoland last September 12 to look for world-class talents in Davao City.
The local government of Misamis Oriental will pour in millions of pesos to develop new tourism sites and to upgrade existing ones as the province is gearing up to host the 36th annual Association of Tourism Officers of the Philippines (Atop) next month.
After winning in one of the prestigious ironman competitions in the country, Sultan Naga Dimaporo, Lanao del Norte native Satar Salem is setting his sights on future local and international triathlon races.
The country’s flag carrier Philippines Airlines (PAL) opened three new routes from Davao City to serve more Filipino passengers.
The award-winning film of the Lumad in Mindanao is showing now in Davao City in time for Kadayawan.
A three-day fair that promotes domestic tourism would set its second leg here in time for the Kadayawan Festival.
The Filipino migrant group Migrante International called for a public apology from a Kuwaiti social media star who recently made derogatory remarks against Filipino household workers.