The author represented Manila Central University, one of the oldest institutions in the Philippines, founded in 1904, in the 23rd edition of National Super Quiz Bee upon the recommendation of the Dean of College of Arts and Sciences Amanda Lorenzana and Mr. Rucelzo Maňez.
The Farewell To Thee Grand Alumni Homecoming Music Festival was slated on 01 June 2019—the day the school ceased operation. The GAH Music Festival intended to celebrate friendship afresh and pay tribute to the former teachers and students.
The LBC Ronda Pilipinas 10th anniversary race will be live-streamed by your Larga Pilipinas and Snowscape Video Production team through Ronda Pilipinas Facebook Page.
I was born in Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija 41 years ago---the year when the controversial and the world's first "test-tube" baby, Louise Joy Brown, was born via in vitro fertilization. In the same year, the successor of Batasang Bayan, the "interim Batasan Pambansa," was inaugurated while martial law was still in effect. Originally, it was... Continue Reading →
Go for Gold record-breaking Guinness World attempt primarily aims to promote sports development in the country and to actively support our national athletes in all their endeavor.
Firing blindfolded using panga-panga (tree branches) to simulate night firing is an innovative military technique employed by army soldiers these days. It gives the troops manning the post vantage point to zero in on enemy positions raiding at night. Also, this technique is an efficient way to save considerable bullets compared with aimless shooting in... Continue Reading →
The second AFP Legislative Stakeholders Engagement was held in a secluded but secured territory in Camp Mariano Riego de Dios, Paradahan II, Tanza, Cavite on 29 March 2019. It is the headquarters of the Army Reserve Command (ARESCOM) whose primary mission is to recruit, motivate, administer, train and equip reserve personnel in the Armed Forces... Continue Reading →
Bitbit Bridge is among the picturesque bridges in Bulacan. Bikers, adventurers, and picnickers, who like fishing, boating, and rappelling, frequent this spot these days because of its breathtaking and enchanting view, lush landscape, and pristine scenery.
For me, traveling is another form of rest and recreation. Most of the time, I travel northbound because southbound is very notorious when we speak of traffic inconveniences. About stopovers, I prefer native restaurants compared with the usual fastfood restaurants to complete the experience when traveling. In Cabatuan, Isabela, you can find Kuya Raymond's Kambingan... Continue Reading →