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THE PINK MOSQUE: A Perfect Picture of Peace And Love

Our an hour journey seems to be awkwardly silent. Tired, maybe. But subconsciously, we know why. We’re heading out to Maguindanao — maybe one of the danger zones in the Philippines. 1,159 more words



The Maguindanao provincial government will hold its second Inaul Festival from Feb. 8 to 14 at the capitol grounds to celebrate its indigenous textile tradition. 574 more words


SULTAN HAJI HASSANAL BOLKIAH MASJID: A Glimpse of Islam at The Grand Mosque

Within a Muslim community, the mosque is the most important. Therefore, they are quite influential in the community as a whole. The mosque is a pure environment where acts of worship are performed. 1,044 more words


MT. MINANDAR: Rolling Hills and Its Magic

There’s always something special about exploring new natural attractions, is there not? Whether or not you’ve seen it on pictures, read up on it accidentally while browsing the internet, or even had people tell you awesome stories about it, there’s nothing like experiencing it firsthand. 1,638 more words



For the longest time, formal tertiary music education has been overly focused on practicing the art of playing mostly Western musical instruments, such as the piano and the violin. 997 more words


Maguindanao Inaul is Ushering in a Cultural Renaissance

Inaul announced its arrival in the international scene when the 65th Ms. Universe candidates sashayed onto the catwalk wearing this textile from Maguindanao. The most recent SONA also saw several of our congresswomen proudly wearing the fabric. 418 more words