Misamis Oriental: A home to remember

I have been traveling to different places here and abroad. I have met people from different walks of life. I have talked to them and made further social engagements until I realized things. I have just realized that meeting those people and traveling to different places or countries to explore culture could be unfair. I became biased at things. My friends told me to stop traveling far places and... [Read More]

OFWs: their struggles abroad

Most of us don’t really know how OFWs struggles to live their lives abroad. Many of us think that they are fine and that they just work there to earn money. We even call working abroad as an opportunity. We desperately need to go there and travel and meet people. However, what we fail to realize is that they suffer more pain than we can never imagine. They feel the pain of longing and... [Read More]

The Philippines, Still Safe for Tourists to Travel

Trekking to the Philippines can be your best place to explore after the COVID-19 pandemic. It is because the beaches and resorts these days are, most probably, clean. And when beaches and resorts are open after COVID-19, local tourists and you yourselves may have a chance to enjoy the waters. You may ask if traveling to the Philippines is safe. The answer is yes. As long as you know the safety... [Read More]

3 Reasons Why Foreign Tourists Should Visit the Philippines

You probably can’t believe why I am writing this one to you. You may think this topic is unfit for the COVID-19 pandemic that pressures us all - economic, political, and social aspects. However, it isn’t good to remain in the upsetting situations. We need to get out of that fiasco that attempts to hook us forever in social distancing, stay-at-home, and one-meter apart policies. We can’t get... [Read More]

Back-riding on Motorbikes, Still on Amber

Misamis Oriental (June 20, 2020) – Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque made a clear announcement on Saturday whether motorcycle back-riding would be green to go or would be on amber. Motorcycle back-riding as a means of livelihood allowed drivers to earn a living. After months of nonoperational, motorcycle drivers did not earn their monthly income, which added to their... [Read More]

Dr. Leachon’s Resignation vs Secretary Duque III and Spokesperson Roque on DOH Rant

Misamis Oriental (June 20, 2020) - Dr. Anthony Leachon, whom he said he served as the special adviser of the National Task Force on COVID-19 alongside Chief Implementer Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr., made a public announcement on Wednesday, June 17 via Twitter that he would no longer serve his position. He said that two Cabinet officials got peeved when he exposed the government’s holes in its... [Read More]

3 Things You Should Know about President Rodrigo R. Duterte

Who could have thought that a town mayor from Davao, Mindanao would rise as the 16th President of the Philippines? Through crucial and stern battles during the political campaign, President Duterte managed to win the hearts of the people. Some people might have an unfair judgment about him. Labeled as this and that and so and so from various opponents, President Duterte remained firm. He became... [Read More]

Maestro ang Akong Uyab Part 1

Ako si Dina. Ingon sa akong mga amega, ang saktong pangalan daw nako kay Dina Natuto. Nakasulti sila ana tungod sa nahitabo nako. Aduna koy uyab sa una. Gwapo nga Maestro sa mathematics. Pero, nagbulag mi tungod kay layo kayo ang agwat sa among edad. Ako kinse; siya binte-singko. Pero para nako sa una, match daw kami. Kahinumdom pa ba kamo sa dula nga flames – kana bitaw i-match nimo ang... [Read More]