UK travel mag puts Filipino indigenous experience in the limelight
The United Kingdom's leading independent travel magazine, Wanderlust, has put the Philippines' indigenous culture in the limelight with a list article of places where the local heritage is preserved.
Filipino plant-based brand Sekaya gives over 5k tree seedlings for Cordillera reforestation
Filipino plant-based brand Sekaya is donating 5,190 Philippine endemic tree seedlings to support the reforestation efforts of the Cordillera Conservation Trust.
Baguio City’s Good Shepherd treats now online to sustain scholarships for Cordillerans
Good news for quarantined Metro Manila residents who miss the taste of pasalubong treats from the country's summer capital, Baguio City!
Baguio’s Kennon Road Lion’s Head gets makeover
The Lion's Head statue along Kennon Road that welcomes all visitors to Baguio City going through the scenic route to the mountain travel spot has been given a makeover and the finished art looks like a real lion.
Two Cavite-based folk dancing school groups rule World Folklore Competition in Korea
The Philippines' delegation composed of folk dancers from Cavite schools successfully raised the Philippine flag on Korean soil after dominating the International Dance Organization (IDO) World Folklore Festival 2019. The Pinoy folk dance school groups...
Igorot Hunks have a mission, save farmers and protect the environment
The Igorot Hunks, male members of the Tawid Cultural Performing Group from Cordillera, have joined the advocacy to save Filipino farmers and the protection of the environment in Palawan. The Igorot folk dancers planted tree...
Sagada marathoner James Tellias finishes perilous Ultra Trail mountain race in France
Sagada native marathoner James Tellias raised the Philippine colors in France as the only Filipino finisher of the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc (UTMB) 2019. James Tellias finished the Ultra Trail, widely-considered the most difficult...
Cordillera’s Joan Carling wins UN Champions of the Earth Award
Cordillera native Joan Carling has been awarded as a United Nations Champion of the Earth for her life’s work of fighting for environmental and indigenous people’s (IP) rights.
6 State Colleges help Cordillera farms fight climate change effects
Six state colleges and universities (SCUs) have joined the S&T Action Frontline for Emergencies & Hazards (SAFE) Program of the Department of Science and Technology-Cordillera Administrative Region (DOST-CAR) to help farms in the Cordillera...
Rare PHL Eagle nest found in Cordillera province
An active Philippine Eagle nest was found in the Cordillera province of Apayao, the first active nest to be found in Luzon.