It was in 1994 when Datu Tungig Mansumuy-at started to witness how its leader Datu Guibang Apoga, showed his strength of character to lead the Ata-Manobo tribe in the hinterlands of Talaingod to fight back in defense of Pantaron Range, the tribe’s frontier homeland.
Davaoeño director Arnel Barbarona went home victorious after being named Best Director in two award giving bodies: the 41st Gawad Urian Awards and the 66th Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences or FAMAS for the film “Tu Pug Imatuy.”
Fashion experts and entrepreneurs gathered in a forum to bring awareness on sustainable fashion, warning of pollution as a consequence of turning out fashion materials.
Islamic and tourism officials are mounting a massive promotion and development programs of the halal industry of Davao City and five other areas to make them Muslim-friendly destination s in the country.
A graduate of the Ateneo de Davao University is among the topnotchers of the latest bar examination.
The Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) opened its weeklong Paint for Peace to Rebuild Marawi exhibit last April 24 at the Art Portal Gallery for Contemporary Art in Paseo de Legaspi to showcase the artworks made by young artists who were displaced during the Marawi conflict.
The University of Santo Tomas (UST) community outreach department partnered with a Lumad school here to mark the university’s thrust to support accessible education for indigenous people of Mindanao.
Compostela Valley province is getting ready as the newest participant of the Visit Davao Summer Festival (VDSF) set on April 30 to June 15.
It was a joyous moment for Lumad schoolchildren — no strangers to fear and terror — who marched like ordinary carefree graduates, upbeat and oozing with pride.
Japanese counterparts in the tourism industry are aggressive in bringing opening a direct flight between Davao City and Japan in time before the Kadayawan festival in Davao City on August.