latest from Davao Weekend
PHILIPPINES is known for its rich culture – from the traditions, practices, beliefs, and even in arts like poetry, songs, and dances. The country inherited all of these from their original ancestors. Then the colonizers came into the country.Read more
Last Monday's benefit concert at Reggae Grill for the indigenous Manobo school children was described by its host Fil-Am hip-hop artist Pele Navarro as a “bridge uniting artists and Fil-Ams to the people of Davao and to the cause of helping indigeRead more
FOR the first time in its 45-year history, a woman heads the male-dominated JCI Senate Davao (Davao Jaycee Senate).
JCI Senator Jocelyn “Jocy” Tagle-Ledesma was elected the 2015 President of the Organization in the annual elections.Read more
WHILE every other child in the world was complaining about how difficult their assignments and lessons in school were, Geraldine Abil, 14, used to complain about the heat of the sun on her back during the five years she spent as a plantation workeRead more
INFLUENCED by the modernized way of living, most people tend to forget the importance of handing down the tradition to the next generations. But the T'bolis of the hinterland town of Lake Sebu in South Cotabato beg to differ.Read more