Another successful run of the 2nd Indonesia Food and Beverage Expo (IFBE II) recently concluded at the Activity Center of Abreeza Mall Davao from 29 June to 1 July 2018.
When the Consul General of Indonesia in Davao City, Berlian Napitupulu, invited me to do a basic photography workshop for his office staff, I agreed right away. Indonesia has a soft spot in my heart for many reasons.
The furry kingdom in the upper floor (one order per person gives you access to paradise meow) is occupied with the cuteness overload of Bengals, Siamese, Rug Hugger Munchkin, Ragdolls, Exotic Shorthairs, British Shorthair, Exotic Longhairs, Scottish Fold and two gorgeous gentle Sphinxes. These are the real scene stealers in PurrBox Cafe.
Davao has another star in the making; a sambal is born with pride.
Davao City tourists can now use their mobile phones as a handy travel tool when touring Mindanao’s highly urbanized metropolitan city.
[Tweet “29 Miss Universe Candidates to visit Davao for Mindanao Tapestry Gala”] 29 candidates are flying in to Davao City today, January 19, 2017 as part of the Miss Universe ancillary events for the live pageant set in Manila on January 29, 2017. The candidates are the following: 1. ARGENTINA | Estefania Bernal | 5’8″ 2. AUSTRIA | Dajana Szinic | 5’8″ 3. BELGIUM | Stephanie Geldof | 5’8″ 4. BULGARIA | Violina Ancheva | 5’8″ 5. CHINA | Zhenyin Li | 5’10” 6. CZECH REPUBLIC | Andrea Bezdekova | 5’9′ 7. ECUADOR | Connie Jimenez | 5’9″ 8. GUYANA | Soyini Fraser | 5’10” 9. HONDURAS | Sirey Moran | 5’9′ 10. HUNGARY | Veronika Bódizs | 5’8″ 11. INDIA | Roshmitha Harimurthy | 5’9′ 12. INDONESIA | Kezia Warouw | 6’ 13. KAZAKHSTAN | Rulsitova Darina | 5’8″ 14. MEXICO | Kristal Silva Davila | 5’8″ 15. MYANMAR | Htet Htet Tun | 5’7″ 16. NAMIBIA | Lizelle Esterhuizen | 6’ 17. NIGERIA | Unoaku Anyadike | 6’ 18. PARAGUAY | Andrea Melgarejo …
It took Frances Quilban, a businesswoman, three months to furnish her newly acquired property in 2015 with things she has sentimental attachments to… that of Christmas ornaments from the smallest to the biggest.
Davao’s Kadayawan Festival has earned its prestige as one of the most beautiful ethnic celebrations in the country, and remains to be a dazzling spectacle like the street dancing performances and float parades.
This year’s Scott Kelby Photowalk held in Davao was not only memorable for photographers coming together from different organizations and clubs, but for a group of young individuals whose lives are changed as soon as they hold cameras in their hands.
Aftermath at the Roxas Food Strip (Sept. 2)