Noli Me Tangere Original Copy

Noli Me Tangere Original Copy Not every day you can see the original copy of Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. Without a doubt, Noli Me Tangere is the Philippines’ most influential novel. Consisting of 63 chapters, this novel is written by the country’s national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, exposing the atrocities of Philippine society … Read more

Digital Cashless Payment System in Davao City

Digital Cashless Payment System in Davao City Davao City has launched an inclusive, digital cashless payment system in a local public market. The city referred to as the Crown Jewel of Mindanao has adopted Paleng-QR Ph, a joint initiative of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and the Department of the Interior and Local Government … Read more


Pale November is designated as National Rice Awareness Month in the Philippines by the Department of Agriculture, so for the next few posts we’ll present some rice terminologies in Kapampángan! Rice is a staple in many Asian diets and this is evident with the abundance of rice-related vocabulary in these languages. PÁLÉ • (PAH-leh)rice plantTagálog … Read more


Nasi [Rice Awareness Month] Here’s the Kapampángan word for the form of rice that we all know and love and simply can’t live without.  NÁSÎ • (NAH-see’)cooked riceTagálog (Filipino): kánin You may want to read: Bulul Rice God Figure


Abias Blessed with fertile flat plains, the greater Kapampángan area of Central Luzon is also the region that produces the most rice in the Philippines, contributing around 20% of the country’s total production. The province of Nueva Ecija itself is the top rice-producing province of the country and is referred to as the “Rice Granary … Read more