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  CEBU is a melting pot of international influences. Among the most evident is the Chinese influence, which can be seen in buildings, food, businesses and the people.   A lot of Chinese influences will be on display for the ninth Gabii sa Kabilin on May 29; from antiques in museums to buildings from four ...

Cebu Railway (3)

  EVEN before Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan set foot on Mactan soil, Cebu was already a bustling economic area. This is evidenced by the pre-Hispanic artifacts unearthed in Cebu.   Southeast Asian merchants and those from as far as Arabia were seduced by Cebu’s rich spices. This is proof that Cebu’s port was already active ...


Camela Derecho /Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan   EVEN before the Spanish colonized the Philippines, weaving is the native Filipino way of making clothes, rugs, and hats. They would use fibers from pineapples and coconuts as a unique way of making clothes with good quality threads. But with innovations and improvements in technology making hand weaving ...


  CEBU, being the second largest city in the country, is a melting pot of culture, heritage and religion. Among the churches with the largest following are that of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente or the Aglipayan church; and the United Church of Christ of the Philippines (UCCP).   The end of the Spanish-American war in ...

utilities of history (3)

    THE historical and cultural significance of utilities is often underrated or even dismissed because power and water are often marked as basic needs, nothing else. But in Cebu, power and water has played a significant part in shaping the Queen City of the South, through the Visayan Electric Co. (Veco) and the Osmeña ...


  THINK history is boring because it is about stuff that happened to a bunch of dead people a long time ago? Well, sometimes the dead likes to talk back.   While the museum and heritage sites in Cebu are the home of relics and artifacts of past, those with the third eye would say ...


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