EARTHQUAKE PHOTOS: 6 Heartbreaking Photos of Earthquakes

These earthquake photos are really devastating Here are the 6 earthquake photos taken from different parts of the globe that showed how the catastrophe destroyed many properties. They say the earthquake is one of the top-feared disasters because this cannot be predicted, unlike the typhoon. Throughout history, mankind already witnessed several heartbreaking scenarios after an … Read more

National Symbols Of The Philippines (Official & Unofficial)

Here are the official and unofficial National Symbols of the Philippines The National Symbols are proofs of the rich cultural heritage of the Philippines that stands and describes traits of the Filipinos. NCCA or the National Commission For Culture and the Arts declared these official symbols as respective laws stated them while the unofficial symbols … Read more

Facts And Trivia About SONA (State Of The Nation Address)

Here are some facts and trivia about the SONA (State of the Nation Address) President Rodrigo Duterte’s third State of the Nation Address or SONA is happening on July 23, 2018. Here are some facts and trivia about the one of the most-awaited speeches of the Chief Executive of the Philippines. Conducting this event was … Read more

Grave Of A Spanish Princess In Mindanao Flocked By Tourists

grave of Criselda

The grave of Princess Criselda Simbara Ybarra of Spain is found in a private cemetery in Polomolok, South Cotabato. The All Saints Day and All Souls Day is the festival of tourists at a private cemetery in Polomolok, South Cotabato in Mindanao where the grave of Princess Criselda Simbara Ybarra of Spain is found. Aside … Read more

Chinatown Museum To Feature Old Binondo’s History, Upon Completion

Chinatown Museum

Old Binondo’s History Will Be Featured In The Chinatown Museum Once It Is Completed Chinatown Museum gallery will feature the history of old Binondo in the past when the construction of the museum finished. Binondo is the oldest Chinatown in the world, established on 1594 by the Spaniards near Intramuros but across the Pasig River … Read more

Hiroshima Bombing – A Look-back 71 Years After

Hiroshima, Japan observes the 71st anniversary of the bombing which shook their country and made pages in History books. August 6, a day as usual as any other dates on the calendar in other parts of the world but in Japan, this is the day that leaders and citizens gather to a spot in Hiroshima … Read more

Top 10 Teleportation Caught on Camera

There are things and events that even science can’t explain but is happening to the real world like what they call teleportation. Like someone or something suddenly appears out of nowhere and someone just standing and vanished like a vapor in the thin air. There are some videos that have been recorded and strolling over the … Read more