Posts by tag: davao city

5 years ago

NEWS IN PICTURES: NEW SIGNS IN CHINATOWN

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The Davao Chinatown Development Council unveiled a prototype street sign along Monteverde-Lizada featuring Chinese dragons holding durians atop their mouths to symbolize the uniqueness of Davawenyo Chinese. The council will build 60 street signs in the streets of Chinatown until mid-2014. (Tyrone A. Velez/davaotoday.com)

5 years ago

VYING FOR A RECORD

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VYING FOR A RECORD

A man registers for Davao City’s Torotot Festival on New Year’s Eve.
The city aims for the Guinness Book of World Records for gathering the
most number of people at 10,000 to blow horns simultaneously in an
event. (davaotoday.com photo by Ace R. Morandante)

5 years ago

BENEATH THE STARS

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As the Christmas season starts, city government staff were seen in the past weeks putting up Christmas decors at the trees fronting the City Hall which lights up the night. (davaotoday.com photo by Medel V. Hernani)

5 years ago

A diaspora of Yolanda survivors

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“The migration of survivors indicate the rising problem of people having lost trust in government,” said Prof. Mae Templa, who is also a coordinator of Balsa Mindanao.

5 years ago

CIRCLE OF LIGHT

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Davawenyos light candles at Freedom Park during Wednesday’s International Day of Solidarity for Yolanda Victims. Nearly a week after the devastation, the nation has now criticized the government’s slow response to the humanitarian crisis in Leyte and Samar. (davaotoday.com photo by Ace R. Morandante)