Tag Archives: B’laan

Cotabato Chronicle: Gensan by Day

Having explored Cotabato City and Lake Sebu, my next destination was Gensan, shortened name for General Santos City which is also known as Dadiangas in indigenous B’laan who are the original settlers in the area displaced by Luzon settlers. Given … Continue reading

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TEFAG: Echoes in the Midst of Storm

It’s been raining tigers and lions in Manila. An hour-ride on regular day traffic can stretch for longer hours. Even LRT and MRT rides have minutes of delays. Despite wearing your full rain gear, chances are, you may still end … Continue reading

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