Tribu Sama

The term Sama is derivative of the word “sama-sama”, meaning togetherness. They are a cohesive and peace-loving people. They are living in the coastal communities in the Davao City today. You may want to read: Tribu Maguindanaon Tribu Iranun Tribu Kagan

Senate Honored Philippines Mixed Martial Arts Champions

The Philippine Senate Honored the Philippines Mixed Martial Arts Champions. Senator Gatchalian is proud to be with the Cordillera warriors headed by the champion Mr.Eduard Folayang. Eduard Folayang is the new One Championship Champion in the lightweight division. The other champions are: Kevin Belingon – One Bantamweight World Champion Geje Eustaquio – One flyweight World … Read more

F. Sionil Jose | National Artist for Literature

Happy birthday National Artist for Literature F. Sionil Jose. He was born on December 3, 1924. F. Sionil Jose’s writings since the late 60s, when taken collectively can best be described as epic. Its sheer volume puts him on the forefront of Philippine writing in English. But ultimately, it is the consistent espousal of the … Read more

Tribu Bagobo Klata

  The Bagobo Klata are indigenous occupants of Davao.   They are known as one of the most elaborately dressed tribes.   They are also known for their fine artistry.   Back then, they were feared warriors.

Tribu Matigsalog

Matigsalog means people who live along the river (salog). They are a sub-tribe of the Manobo community. They are considered warriors who are fearless of their enemies but at the same time are advocators of peace with their neighborhood tribal communities.