Everything you need to know about Ginatilan’s “Hinatdan Festival”

If you’ve heard of San Pedro Calungsod, Inambakan Falls, and palagsing, then probably you’ve heard already of the municipality of Ginatilan. Located on the...

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...

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....

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...

Weeklong Harvest of Cebu’s Arts

On its third year, Cebu joins the celebration of the National Arts Month by inviting artists and art lovers to join the Cebu City...

Is Cebu really the “Queen City of the South”?

Cebuanos take so much pride in claiming the title “Queen City of the South” in reference to the province but what’s unknown to many...

Cute Little Sto. Niños Spotted on Sinulog

Sinulog is known for many things among them the religious activities and parties that last nearly a month each year. One thing that doesn't really...

#PritititQCC2019: Everything You Need To Know About Sinulog 2019

It's never too early to talk about Sinulog, right? The biggest and the most anticipated party (the grand parade is on January 20) in Cebu...

Cebuano “Kalag-Kalag” Traditions

We love October as pre-set for the Kalag-Kalag season, not because of the scary stories nor the trick or treat parties, but because a...

5 Spooky Facts We Didn’t Know About Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner but do we actually know what we are celebrating? For some, it is a simple act of remembering...

5 Creepy Cebuano Urban Legends We All Believed In

Every city has its own version of horror stories that are often regarded as true tales. I remember back in the days when texting was...

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...

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...

Bisaya 101: Learning The Basics Of The Cebuano Language

Tourists think that when they visit Cebu, they have nothing to worry about language barrier. That may be true because we, Cebuanos, can easily...

Guide To Liloan, Cebu: The Light Of The North

When I think about this sleepy town, I would only recall a good friend who lives there, and the tower we visited when I...

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...

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...

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...

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...