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FOR the past 22 years, SunStar Davao has been at the forefront of delivering quality and objective news stories to its readers in Davao City and neighboring province, and the Philippines as a whole.
THE past 22 years of SunStar Davao saw several homegrown athletes grab the spotlight as they rose from their humble beginnings and created a name for themselves in their own respective fields.
IN THE advent of social media, modern gadgets, and a completely different and Westernized way of living adapted by Filipinos, some of our culture and traditions are admittedly forgotten by the younger generations.
THE Ata tribe in Davao City dwells in the hinterland of Paquibato District, the northern part of the city.
THE Tausug tribe are the defenders of the land. They are renowned for their resistance against the Spaniards and for 300 years they were not defeated.
THEY are called Maguindanaons, which means "people of the flood plains,” for they occupied the Pulangi Valley in the central plains of Mindanao where the Rio Grande de Mindanao runs through.
THEY'RE millennials with indigenous peoples (IPs) roots, who have dedicated their time in preserving their tribe's culture.
ALTHOUGH 173 kilometers away from their real home, the Maranao tribe in Davao City have brought with them their culture and accessories.
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