Project Epanaw: Journey of the 101 tribes of the Philippines
Project Epanaw is an ambitious project initiated by the National Commission on Indigenous People (NCIP) Chairperson Allen Arat Capuyan to help the Philippines’ 101 beautiful tribes gain more recognition, respect and support.
Hijo empowers Mindanaoan farmers through e-commerce
Recently launched in April 2020, Hijo Resources Corporation (HRC) revolutionizes agriculture by providing an e-commerce platform that aims to empower farming communities and bridge the gap between farmers and consumers, thereby eliminating the ‘middle men’.
Bohol welcomes its first international resort in Panglao
Bohol is a captivating destination for travelers who relish an island vacation that allows a beach escape, a river trek, a delightful tarsier spotting and Chocolate Hills climb experience within a day. Last November 2019, a new accommodation opened to entice more visitors.
Ateneo Marketing Club Photography Workshop
Ateneo Marketing Club Photography Workshop By Jojie Alcantara (published in SunStar Davao) For three successive years, I have been conducting my basic photography workshop with the Ateneo Marketing Club (AMARC) under its moderator Ms. Donna Abrina. The club is composed of marketing students from second to the fourth year. This year, my recent workshop with […]
The SueBucks Memento experience
The SueBucks Memento is a house filled with a delightful assortment of Hello Kitty toys in one room, and a Starbucks-filled variety in another room.
Rhonson Ng: Climbing Everest Base Camp
Photographer and mountaineer Rhonson Ng sets out for his dream of conquering Everest Base Camp 2019 on his own. Read his adventure.
Hijo Launches Project Honeycomb in Groundbreaking Ceremony
On April 29, 2019, HRC takes another quantum leap in promoting inclusive growth and sustainable transformation for communities, and this is the Project Honeycomb, a breakthrough in food manufacturing industry and in producing value-adding natural products.
Vikings and Nords invade Araw ng Davao
The Davao food scene is quite heavy nowadays with new outlets opening and familiar stalls reopening, proving that restaurateurs, chefs, and professionals are working overtime to entice the taste buds of discerning Dabawenyos and foodies.