Cebu Mangoes – A National and International Favorite

Cebu mangoes are sweet, fleshy and juicy. They are great eaten raw and on its own, but they may be used in desserts, drinks...

Cebu City Celebrates 80th Charter Day

If there's anything that can top Valentine's Day celebration in Cebu, it will be the city's charter day. Why? Because it's a long weekend,...

5 Things you probably didn’t know about Pre-Hispanic Filipinos living in...

I’m a sucker for history, especially for our own. I feel a deeper connection to our people and culture when I read about our...

Christmas Gifts and Presents That Are Truly Cebuano

‘Tis the season of giving! For many of us, Christmas means homecoming of family, relatives, and friends from all parts of the country and...

Guide To Exploring Argao

When I hear of the place Argao, all I could think about is torta and my friend who lives there! Argao is a little...

Bisaya 101: Where You Can Learn The Cebuano Language

I know, teaching Cebuano in Cebu doesn't seem to make sense, right? Everybody speaks it and while there are tourists wanting to learn the...

Cebuano Contributions To The Philippine Independence

The Philippine Independence Day is a very important event in Philippine history because it marked the early chapters of the Filipinos fighting for freedom...

Animals You Can Only Find In Cebu

The Philippines is known to have a very diverse ecosystem, rich with fauna and flora. In Cebu, we have a number of animal species...

Best Religious Places to Honor Mother Mary in Cebu

Being a predominately Catholic community, we celebrate the Virgin Mary's birthday on September 8. Many of us would visit the many churches that honor...

Station of the Cross Locations in Cebu for Holy Week

Lent season is stepping in and we’re all getting ready to observe holy week. Traditionally, we Filipinos spend this religious holiday reflecting and connecting...

Old Cinemas of Cebu – A trip down memory lane

This year is already looking like a great year for films. As you begin to browse for upcoming movies and the best cinemas to...

Simbang Gabi food staples

Us Filipinos are a religious bunch.  Thanks to our over 300 years of Spanish colonial experience, our faith and belief has been instilled...

Here’s all you need to know about Budbud Kabog Festival of...

The rich agricultural landscape of the Philippines produced a number of products by which people converted into livelihood. One of them is...

Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House: A Look into Cebu’s Culture

Though dubbed as the oldest street in the country, Cebu’s past would be difficult to trace by just looking at how busy Colon is...

Utanon Festival: Celebration of Bountiful Vegetable Harvest in Dalaguete

Nothing can stop Filipinos from celebrating festivals. It has become an essential part of the Filipino identity to rejoice over achievements by gathering together...

Sarok Festival – The Legacy of Love and Service continues

Cebu is not only the home of the country’s grandest festival, Sinulog, but to a number of other festivities that celebrates culture and tradition....

Cebu Delicacies: Shamrock and Titay’s

Cebu is famous for homegrown delicacies that are great as bring-home gifts or "pasalubong" as we all call it. Travelers visiting the island would...

Sinulog 2020 Survival Essentials

On the actual day of the festival, we can expect packed streets as we hopefully welcome the parties, situated in the different...

ICYMI: This is the Role of Cebuanos during EDSA

As if the years of oppression under the different colonizers were not enough, the rights of the Filipino people were once again restrained when...

Educate Yourself On The Jayme-Moncado Colony In Sudlon

Some of you may have heard about this place, most have not. I belong to the latter. Things, places and people that have something...