latest from Davao Feature
WHILE others dreaded the idea of death, some embrace it for a living.
It was never part of his plan to embark on a job where he would be dealing with people, dead people to be precise, just to earn a living.
RUNNING a business allied to the business of death can be lucrative.
IT GOES without saying that people are duty-bound to give a decent burial as part of paying last respects to their dearly departed.
THERE is life in death especially among those who provide the services for the dead -- like a tombstone maker.
MUCH is often told about memories, especially those that are preserved, but only a dearth is said about the memory keeper.
THE Davao Board of Realtors Foundation, Inc (DBRFI) has recently donated P50,000 to the Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) for their birdwatching and tree planting activities.
ONCE completed, Davao city’s landscape will never be the same before as Aeon Towers will rise 33-storey above the ground.
THE Davao City’s landscape is fast-evolving from a plain and quiet agricultural basket to a vertical exhibit brought about by the on-going towering buildings and skyscrapers.
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