Just a few portraits during the Kadayawan Fesitval in Davao City.
Dancers from Cabantian National High School in Davao City won the Kadayawan Festival’s Indak-indak sa Kadalanan on Saturday, August 22. Students from Sto. Niño National High School in South Cotabato captured the first runner up while 2014 champs from Mati, Davao Oriental finished as second runner up. Dancers from Polomolok, South Cotabato got the third… read more →
Butuan City’s Teatro Kadano won the Sayaw Mindanao 2015. The event, which showcased Mindanao indigenous dance, was one of the highlights of the ongoing 30th Kadayawan Festival in Davao City.
Newly installed lights on a suspension bridge illuminate the Davao River near Davao City’s Bankerohan area. The suspension bridge, built between the two long-existing bridges, was built by the Davao City Water District for its pipes that supply water to the downtown area.
Security forces held a bus hostage and rescue simulation at the firing range in Maa, Davao City on July 30. The event is part of the First Davao Counter Terrorist Challenge, which is hosted by Task Force Davao. Participating units include the Davao City Police Office SWAT, PNP RPSB-11, Task Force Davao, Joint Task Force,… read more →
On July 30, the First Davao Counter Terrorist Challenged kicked-off with the capability demonstration of the elite members of the Philippine Army’s Scout Rangers and the Naval Special Operations Group. The two-day event, which is hosted by Task Force Davao, is part of the security forces’ preparations for the upcoming Kadayawan Festival next month.
Hundreds of Moro residents gathered at the mosque and covered court of the Mini-Forest village in Davao City for the Eid’l Fitr or Feast of the Breaking of Fast marking the end of the month-long Ramadhan.
DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 29 June) – “Karon, di na gyud ko padakop nila nga buhi” (I wouldn’t let them capture me alive this time), Leoncio Pitao, popularly known by his nom de guerre Commander Parago, told MindaNews in an interview in the hinterlands of Paquibato District more than four years ago, on February 21,… read more →
Last week, work led me back to this town. The last time I was here was about four years ago. A lot of things have changed. Business establishments have sprouted so fast. Lake Sebu is now touted as the “Summer Capital of Southern Mindanao.” [ngg_images gallery_ids=”1″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_basic_thumbnails”]