Ang Gerilya creates a series of playful renditions of Baguio’s tourism hospitality. “Dayo” (visitor) is about cityfolk paradise excursion, tourist immersion, skin-deep experience, and friendly acquaintances with the tendency to misinterpret and exploit the deep-rooted highland culture of the community. “Igorot Selfie” series is inspired by the superficiality of Igorot-styled photo shoots. “Skull Pikes” […]
By Lester G. Babiera
Dayaw, the national celebration of indigenous cultural communities, will be held October in three locations in the three major island groups, according to the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.
By Rina Garcia Chua
What am I doing here? This question lit in my head like a broken, blinking traffic light; at that time, I was forcing myself to chew on fried chicken during our first ever Fellowship lunch at Max’s Restaurant in Hacienda Luisita, Tarlac.
Word of MouthBy Sandy Daza
The past two years now, our Valle Verde badminton group has been going to Baguio just to watch the Wimbledon on TV. We call it our Wimbledon party.
By Clinton Palanca
Every trip to Baguio is a journey into the past. All of us remember a summer capital that was different from the way it looks now, depending on our age.