Category Archives: Lifestyle

K-12 SHS Program (Arts and Design)

  Arts and Design Design, Performative, and Creative Industry Preview This track will prepare you as you wander around the design, performative, and creative industry. It aims to get you a career in the creative field after you graduate. Part of this track is to expose you to various forms of media such as architecture, interior design, industrial… Read More »

On this day, July 2

Today in History, July 2 in 1887, Dr. Proceso B. Gabriel, the pioneer Filipino bacteriologist, and a physician who headed the public health initiative to eradicate cholera, dysentery, typhoid and beriberi in the Philippines, is born in Santa Cruz, Manila. Context: At the turn of the 20th century, upon acquiring the Philippines as its colonial possession and muzzling… Read More »

Mt Mantalingahan Protected Landscape

Palawan’s most intact forest Did you know? This Protected Area has 11 forest formations, 33 watersheds, and is home to more than 12,000 Indigenous Palaw’an. Mt Mantalingahan is Palawan’s most intact forest. 100,000 hectares forest cover. This protected landscape was created by Presidential Proclamation 1815 dated June 23, 2009. The highest peak (2086 MASL) of Palawan and the… Read More »

Glow up your garden

  Philippine Environment Month 2020 Protect Nature, Sustain our Future Glow up your garden online photo contest. We know the CALABARZON private industries community is always blooming with ideas on how to get the most out of your gardening projects and planter builds, so this environment month, we want to see everything that has to do with cultivating… Read More »

The Surrender of Los Ultimos

  The Surrender of Los Ultimos On 2 June 1899, Lt. Martin Cerezo ordered his bugler to signal their surrender to the Filipino forces. But before surrendering, he ordered the execution of two of his men, Vicente Gonzales Toca and Antonio Menache Sanchez, for their desertion attempt. When the bugle sounded, the Filipinos emerged from their trenches shouting,… Read More »