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why it's more fun in the philippines ?

It’s more fun in the Philippines because Filipinos often smile without any reason and it’s contagious. They have the natural sense of happiness which makes tourists love the Philippines and the people as well.

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Bayanihan

Camiguin declared peaceful, ready for further devt

The provincial government of Camiguin Island signed a memorandum of agreement declaring the province as Peaceful and Ready for Further Development in a ceremony held at the Provincial Capitol, Camiguin Island at 10:00 a.m. 298 more words

Camiguin

Bayanihan - Friday Fiction - Celebration


“Bayanihan” mural by Carlos Francisco

It took quite some time when Ricardo and Corazon decided to move to another barrio*. Ricardo’s father recently died and he’d like to be near his mother for her old age. 228 more words

Writings

Langgam

Huwag masaktan kung ika’y maturingan langgam.
Masdan mo ang ating maliliit na kaibigan.
Bagamat nagmamadali at tila nag-uunahan,
Sila ay isa at makapangyarihan.

Ito marahil ang naunang “Bayanihan” 148 more words

Poetry

Gingoog exec commends army’s bayanihan program

GINGOOG CITY, Dec 17 – Gingoog city chief executive has commended the commitment of Philippine Army’s men and women in implementing the Bayanihan Alert for Peace and Development (BAPD) program in collaboration with the Philippine National Police, Bantay Bayan, barangay tanods, tribal groups and other peace-keepers. 251 more words

Northern Mindanao

The Filipino at His Worst

“Ridicule is a common feature of the Filipino character. It is an element of “amoral interdependence”, or the crablike way Filipinos deride others to raise themselves up. 252 more words