Fulfill your princess fantasies by running in a pink tutu and, in true royal fashion, supporting an advocacy at the same time.
Shangri-La Mactan Resort and Spa held its tree-lighting ceremony to coincide with the resort’s 20th anniversary celebration. Good thing traffic from Cebu City to Lapu-Lapu City that afternoon was easy.
It was an event only a multimillion-dollar Hollywood film could have created. But the cataclysmic images broadcast worldwide are real. Much more the numbers. More than 5,000 casualties. Over 25,000 injured. Nearly 2,000 still missing. And almost 250,000 left homeless. The most recent estimates pegged the total loss to property and agriculture at P24.5 billion.
Palo Archbishop John Du will officiate Sunday at 3 p.m. the concelebrated Memorial Mass for those who were killed when Supertyphoon “Yolanda” swept through the province on Nov. 8.
I’m ready to die,” Miko Jadulang thought to himself as he hung on for dear life that Friday morning in San Jose, Tacloban.