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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Opening this April: Islands Souvenirs Dumaguete

Opening this April: Islands Souvenirs Dumaguete

Manjuyod Sand Bar

Manjuyod Sand Bar

High Tide and Low Tide

APO Island

APO Island

Azumi Resort Residences

Azumi Resort Residences
Batinguel Dumaguete City

Miss Earth Philippines 2013

Harriene Banaybanay
Miss Negros Oriental
Miss Earth Philippines 2013

Congratulations Graduates

Congratulations Graduates

Antulang Beach Resort

Top 10 Luxury Resorts in the Philippines

8. Antulang Beach Resort

Nestled 40 kilometers south of Dumaguete City, Philippines, ANTULANG BEACH RESORT is proud to be the first Philippine resort to offer private pool villas to guests. Each of the flagship accommodations comes with its own swimming pool (no plunge pools here), heated Jacuzzi and luxurious, spacious rooms all decked out in Canadian pinewood.

More Fun In Oriental Negros

More Fun In Oriental Negros.
Tierra Alta ZipLine, Valencia, Negros Oriental



Amity Shrine: Filipino-Japanese-American Amity ShrineSabang, Valencia, Negros Oriental, Philippines
This tri-sidal shrine representing the Japanese, American and Filipino forces which clashed in the area in the bitterest final encounter of World War II in Negros Oriental is the object of a yearly pilgrimage of Japanese and Filipino war veterans.

In the town of Valencia, Negros Oriental located 9.4 kilometers west of Dumaguete City lies the beautiful Casaroro Falls considered to be the most photographed waterfall in the entire Negros province.

Casaroro Falls is lodged deep into the rock crevices of the rugged Valencia mountains. With an astounding height of 100 feet, the water plunges into a deep cold basin before it flows down to a stream. The waterfall is considerably narrow, instead of the usual wide cascade, but this is precisely what makes Casaroro unique. Though despite its narrowness, the volume of water that drops is heavy and causes a roar as it touches the pool. Around the basin are natural boulders huge enough to rest any traveler’s weary feet.

Valencia at The Forest Camp. Is 30 minutes drive from Dumaguete has really nice grounds which include 6 fresh water pools that run out of the mountains. It's COLD water and super clean. Nature at its best!

Pulangbato Falls has a wide cascade. The water pours down into a swimming hole that is also deep enough for high dives. Enthusiasts clamber up to a nearby rock that functions as a diving point and free fall into the water basin. The shape of Pulangbato Falls has been considered unique because of its layered structure. At the first tier, the cascade begins narrowly and widens progressively as it moves down the next levels. At a distance, the waterfalls look triangular in shape.

It is also the color of the water in Pulangbato Falls that makes it more special. It appears to be red but quickly turns clear once taken out from the river. It must be only a reflection of the red rock formations that make up most of the landscape. Surrounding the waterfall is thick foliage of wild plants and vegetation coupled with some trees. The ambience is rather calming in an unsophisticated kind of way because of the impression of being far from civilization.

Cadapan-Antonio accepted at Harvard

Cadapan-Antonio accepted at Harvard

Young lawyer and former City Councilor Myrish Cadapan-Antonio has been offered admission to the Harvard Kennedy School as a member of the one-year Mid-Career Master in Public Administration Edward S. Mason Fellow program for the class of 2014.

In a letter, Kennedy School Dean David T. Ellwood asked Cadapan-Antonio to “join an exceptional group of people by answering the echo of President John F. Kennedy’s call to ‘ask what you can do’.”

The Kennedy School Dean told Cadapan-Antonio in his letter that she is among the talented and diverse group of about 80 leaders they had singled out, on the basis of their intelligence, leadership, and commitment.

Cadapan-Antonio, who is director of the SU Salonga Center for Law & Development and member of the EdLaw Firm, said she has decided to accept the challenge at Harvard in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The young lawyer finished her Master of Laws (in Government Procurement) as a Fulbright scholar from the George Washington Law School in Washington DC where she received the Most Outstanding International LLM Award. She also got several scholarships and trainings in Global Integrity & Strategic Corruption Control, International Human Rights, and International Humanitarian Law in Hungary, France, and Germany. She currently teaches at the SU College of Law.

At Harvard, Cadapan-Antonio expects to be challenged, supported, and empowered by the faculty and the curriculum, by the opportunities provided outside the classroom, and by her fellow students “with impressive academic capacity and leadership prowess”. A typical Mason class includes experienced professionals who have assumed leadership roles in education, energy, defense, housing, transportation, foreign affairs, public enterprise, rural and urban development, environmental preservation, central banking, journalism, politics, and economic planning.

The Mason Program is the Harvard Kennedy School’s flagship international program, with emphasis on developing the broad range of analytical and leadership skills required to initiate and implement major political, social or economic change.

Mason fellows also participate in a year-long co-curricular program that complements the MPA by exposing them to the ideas and strategies of leading thinkers and practitioners in economic, political, and social development. Participation in the co-curricular program is a requirement for the Mason Fellows and culminates with the award of the Mason Certificate in Public Policy & Management at the end of the year in addition to the MPA.

The diverse alumni at the Harvard Kennedy School include heads of multinational organizations like the World Bank. They are mayors and ministers and legislators. They work in emerging nations or inner cities. They are social entrepreneurs and they are policymakers. They lead in government, in civil society, and in business. Among the Filipinos who graduated with degrees at the Kennedy School include former DILG Sec. Jesse Robredo and Sen. Francis Pangilinan. (PR)



Friday, March 22, 2013


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Thursday, March 21, 2013


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