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Titos and Titas of Iloilo – What it is and Why it is Trending

HOW IT ALL STARTED

The online world, particularly social media, is a realm so fickle, mercurial, and narcissistic. It is the natural habitat of young millenials and GenZ-ers. It is basically an album of selfies, travel goals, and new stuff.

But once in awhile, a pleasant anomaly happens. Read more

What to Do and Where to Go in Iloilo City? – A Quick Guide For Tourists

Iloilo City is considerably small as far as metrocities in the Philippines are concerned. The city is rich in history and culture which makes it interesting. True indeed, it is where the old and the new converge which makes it quite intruiging to domestic and international visitors.

A video about Iloilo City was uploaded in YouTube. Encapsulated in less than 10 minutes, it should serve as a guide for tourists of the city. The video shows — in a rather straightforward manner — what to do and eat, where to stay at, go to, and what places to visit in the City of Love, Iloilo City.

Watch the video HERE or below. Links to the maps are provided in the description below the via YouTube. Read more

40 Thoughts About Cebu (From a True-blooded Ilonggo)

An Ilonggo who had been living in Cebu for almost seven years, shared his thoughts about his adoptive city on social media and his post has been getting plenty of interesting reactions from his peers.

He had spent the first half of his adult life in Iloilo City, and the other as a hardworking pseudo-Cebuano, but it is in Cebu where he truly lived independently. As a Psychology graduate, it’s natural for him to observe even the minute of details. Thanks to his quirkiness, we have our brains something very insightful to chew on.

Below is a copy of his post. Images were just added for entertainment. Enjoy. Read more

Bianca Gonzalez wowed by Iloilo Business Park

You can view the video below

Here’s a complete transcript of the interview of Jennifer Palmares Fong, VP of Sales and Marketing, Megaworld IBP Division.

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Kids Playing in Cemetery

5 Ilonggo All Souls Day Traditions (Pista Minatay)

Filipinos have the longest holiday celebrations as they tend to observe religio-cultural events for several days. All Souls’ Day is just one of the major holidays observed in the Philippines.

It should be noted that All Souls’ Day is observed by Filipinos in conjunction with All Saints’ Day (Todos Los Santos), and Halloween. Read more

6 Definitive Things That Make You an Ilonggo

What differentiates Ilonggos from other ethnic groups? These are the 6 things that make an Ilonggo an Ilonggo.
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