A FILIPINO musician has won the 2014 Tallenge January contest at www.tallenge.com.
Bryan Magsayo, a young musician from Valencia City, Bukidnon, topped the result tally with 7,636 votes and won $500.
Here’s an interview of Magsayo with Sun.Star Pilipinas.
Magsayo is currently living in China as a solo performer. (Sunnex)
CEBU – How do you recycle discarded tarpaulins? The students from the University of the Philippines Cebu showcased on Saturday woven tribal costumes made of tarpaulins and these designs ruled the runway. The University of the Philippines Cebu emerged as champion in the 2014 Green Fashion Revolution, an intercollegiate environmental fashion show held at SM
THE Oh My Gulay! – Tanim sa Kinabukasan has signed a memorandum of agreement at the Department of Education in Pasig City on Wednesday, September 24, to formalize the program’s third year anniversary. The program aims to solve malnutrition among public school children in the Philippines through a nationwide school gardening program by teaching kids
Erwin M. Mascariñas I’VE always been a huge enthusiast when it comes to wild life photography although it has always been very hard for me since I could only afford a lens with much limited range. So it came as a delight after I heard of a village in the town of Jasaan in Misamis
GLOBE Telecom is embarking on a mobile recycling program in the Philippines called Project 1 Phone to create awareness on proper e-waste disposal and to promote sustainability. The program aims to address the electronic devices disposed worldwide every year which cause toxic metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium, and beryllium released into the air and
GLOBE Telecom is supporting a project that aims to intensify the protection of sharks in Monad Shoal, Malapascua Island. Majestic thresher sharks and white tip sharks are among the major attractions of Malapascua, a small island off Cebu’s northern tip, which constantly evokes interest among scuba divers from all over the world. Project Shark Shelter,
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A contingent dance in honor of the sea during the 14th Dinagat Festival last Sunday. Formerly called the Bakasi Festival, Cordovanhons are proud of their fishing heritiage and they show it through the Dinagat Festival, held every August. The celebration is also in honor of the town’s patron Señor San Roque. (Alan Tangcawan photo)
“I AM happy when I get good grades and become an honor student, when my mommy and daddy don’t fight and when I go to the park and have fun with my friends.”
With this answer, Little Miss Kagayan 2014 Kim Katryl Labor of Barangay Kauswagan outshone the other equally beautiful girls when they were asked “what makes them happy.”
The seven-year-old Kim has been crowned Little Miss Kagayan 2014 on Saturday night, August 9, 2014. Continue reading–>
Clad in their ethnic costumes, 11 contestants hand-picked by their tribes for this year’s Hiyas sa Kadayawan were presented during yesterday’s flag raising ceremony at the Davao City Hall on Monday. The candidates represent the 11 indigenous and Islamized tribes of Mindanao who have made Davao City their home: Ata, Maguindanao, Tagabawa Bagobo, Kalagan, Bagobo K’lata, Sama, Matigsalug, Tausug, Obu Manuvu, Maranao, and Iranun. (Seth delos Reyes)
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