Take your pick from two of nature’s wonders in Kabankalan City—waterfalls that spray a smoky mist or an ecology park nestled beneath a canopy of trees that offers a view of southern Negros Occidental province and beyond.
By Joey A. Gabieta
Social worker Evelyn Mae Maceda trembles in panic whenever she hears news of a coming typhoon. Even a drizzle will agitate her 1-year-old son, Khyrone Breve.
By Carine M. Asutilla
When French-Hungarian Lehel Racz built his mud house in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu province, it was perfect for a tropical country like the Philippines. “You have to have a house that has a lower temperature inside, without the use of an air-conditioning unit,” said Racz, who has been visiting the country frequently for the past six years. Inside his house in Barangay [...]
By Nestor P. Burgos Jr.
Salvacion Medalla and her two children have finally left the on-campus “tent city” that provided temporary shelter for them and other survivors of Supertyphoon “Yolanda” for almost five months. They moved to a government-built bunkhouse unit in Barangay Gogo, 3.5 kilometers from the town proper, but there was hardly any feeling of excitement from them. [...]
By Joey Gabieta
Geraldine Glory, who is in full pregnancy, is having mixed emotions. She is excited to give birth to her second child but has not prepared anything for it. She also worries about the future of her growing family.