Tag: Bicol

Philippines: Next Big Thing in Travel – The Times UK

The Philippines has been named the next big thing in travel by The Times UK, Britain’s oldest national daily newspaper.

Filipino designer builds typhoon-resistant Cuboid House in Albay

Filipino designer Gil Bien has built a typhoon-resistant cuboid house in Albay in the Bicol Region which is frequently heavily struck by powerful storms that have led to the loss of lives and homes.

Bicol science and technology academic sector gets boost from STARBOOKS tech

The Bicol science and technology academic sector is getting a boost from Science and Technology Academic Research-Based Openly Operated Kiosks (STARBOOKS) from the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).

Filipino beauty brand Pili Ani introduces Self-Care Night Recovery Oil

Proudly Filipino beauty brand Pili Ani has introduced another breakthrough local product that makes use of local ingredients obtained from the Pili Tree - the Self-Care Night Recovery Oil.

First biogas plant in Bicol saves 1M on fuel for Legazpi City abattoir

The first biogas plant in the Bicol of the Philippines is powering the Legazpi City Abattoir in San Roque, Legazpi City—the biggest and most modern in the region.

Filipino beauty brand Pili Ani founder Rosalina Tan honored in London’s Global Woman Summit

Filipino beauty brand Pili Ani's founder Rosalina Tan has been honored at the Global Woman Summit broadcast live from London to salute women who have made great contributions to the world.

Child rights advocates join Bicol artists for virtual arts workshop

Child rights advocates joined Bicol artists for a virtual arts workshop to celebrate the National Arts Month in Sorsogon.

2020 YEAR ENDER: Best Good News in Philippine Travel

This Year Ender List of the Good News in Philippine Travel showcases the world-renowned beauty of the Filipino people and the Philippine islands which remained in travelers' top choices for places to visit after the worldwide lockdown that halted tourism eases.

Bicol’s Cacao farming advocate Louise Mabulo named Young Asian to Watch

Cacao farming advocate Louise Emmanuelle Mabulo of Camarines Sur has been named one of the "30 and Under Young Asians to Watch" by The Straits Times in Singapore.

Balay Mindanaw Purifiers make clean water accessible for typhoon victims

Non-profit group Balay Mindanaw's Sky Hydrant Water Purifiers are making clean drinking water accessible for communities in the Philippines devastated by recent typhoons Rolly and Ulysses.

Piolo Pascual donates to Gretchen Ho’s bike drive for workers, Rolly victims

Filipino actor Piolo Pascual has again donated to Gretchen Ho's #DonateABikeSaveAJob project, providing a total of 200 bikes for the SHAREA app community and typhoon Rolly victims in Metro Naga, Bicol region.

Coral reef fish populations increase in Pilar, Sorsogon

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines has noted an increase in fish populations and target species that have returned to the protected coral reefs of Pilar, Sorsogon.
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