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Jazz Night at Hayahay

Sebastian: “What do you mean you don’t like jazz?”

Mia: “It just means that when I listen to it, I don’t like it.”

The award-winning movie…

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The Music I Listen To

Why does love discriminate? NORSU HM...

To be honest, I never had a girlfriend all my life… 18 years of existence and no relationships. I had always dreamed big on my gf… I want someone from my school, Silliman U. 667 more words

Bitter Love

Dumaguete City : Must See Places

Dumaguete is the capital of Negros Oriental. It is also known as The City of Gentle People and is a home to the prestigious Silliman University. 595 more words


Negros Oriental Diaries: Where to Stay in Dumaguete City

When looking for accommodation, we always try to find one that is proximate to the town or city’s attractions and shopping destinations. Such was our criteria when we chose… 238 more words


Negros Oriental Diaries: Dumaguete City Food Guide

The best way to immerse oneself in a particular region’s culture is to eat like a local. And that’s exactly what we did during our recent trip to Dumaguete City. 696 more words


Negros Oriental Diaries: Dumaguete City and Bais City

Our journey to Dumaguete City is probably the longest we have embarked on so far. When we were planning this trip, we really wanted to sort of immerse ourselves in the experience by traveling via land. 1,088 more words


PIA’s Ugnayan tackles ASEAN benefits in Negros Oriental

By Jennifer Catan-Tilos

Opportunities and benefits of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) were discussed recently during the second leg of the Philippine Information Agency’s “Ugnayan: A Dialogue for Progress” in Dumaguete City. 606 more words

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