CELEBRATING VIGAN’S CITYHOOD FOUNDED ON SPANISH ROYAL DECREE

VIGAN CITY–Dios ti agngina! Hurrah for another year to celebrate the cityhood of Vigan as a component city, ushering the unity of residents welcoming visitors on January 22 declared as non-working holiday through Republic Act No 9411 signed by then President...
The Stairways to the Sky

The Stairways to the Sky

The Banaue Rice Terraces in the province of Ifugao is recognized as a civil engineering project believed to have been completed in 2000 B.C. (PIA photo) Rice cultivation is an industry common in most Filipino communities but rice paddies carved along steep mountain...
SHOWING REMARKABLE ILOKANO DEVOTION TO POON NAZARENO

SHOWING REMARKABLE ILOKANO DEVOTION TO POON NAZARENO

SOME OF us only witness on television Catholic devotees who flock to Quiapo, Manila to join and touch the Poon Nazareno (Black Nazarene) which is believed by many to heal sickness. SOME OF us only witness on television Catholic devotees who flock to Quiapo, Manila to...
Values We Must Learn From Andres Bonifacio

Values We Must Learn From Andres Bonifacio

Opening the pages of Philippine history books, Bonifacio’s name would always be mentioned and associated with the formation of the Katipunan, a separatist movement which spearheaded the Philippine Revolution of 1896. But unlike Jose Rizal, whose life and undertakings...