THERE is so much to be thankful for. Perhaps the most heartwarming are those that come unexpectedly, like being acknowledged for something you love doing. In my case, it’s the sharing of stories via this channel.Read more
IT WAS a festive gathering to celebrate an Indonesian milestone. In Davao, the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia hosted a cocktail event to commemorate the 72nd Independence Day of the Republic of Indonesia.Read more
THE Temple of the Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku-ji) in Kyoto’s northern mountains (Kitayama) has a counterpart in silver nestled at the foot of the city’s eastern mountains (Higashima) – the Temple of the Silver Pavilion (Ginkaku-ji), or the Jisho-ji,Read more
AT MY age, I’ve celebrated the Kadayawan a good many times, and had my share of the “riotous” yet fun festival ingredients. I have endured the heat of the sun and humidity at night walking the city streets chasing parades, parties and people.Read more
THE two sand cones lured me to the Shinto shrine of the Kamigamo (Upper Kamo Shrine). It was the first stop on Day 4 in Kyoto.Read more
TIMELY and admirable, this is what the annual exhibition of the Ikebana International Davao Chapter 133 is all about.
Timely because this year’s theme of the exhibition is “Peace and Serenity through Ikebana.”Read more