The 29th Kadayawan Festival has been formally opened by our City Mayor ~ Rodrigo Duterte last night. He was accompanied by the city councilors and the candidates of Hiyas ng Kadayawan. After lighting the torch he gave a very inspirational message for all people who live and wish to live in Davao. He reminded everyone that regardless of who we are, where we came from and what religion we have, we need to respect each other.
Kining igsoon nato nga mga Maranao. Kining mga “dibidi, dibidi”, pasagdan nato na kay nanginabuhi kitang tanan. Kamong mga Maranao, ayaw sige og kasuko. Smile ‘mo! Mag init akong ulo pag dili mag smile. Respeto! Muslim ug Kristiyano. Smile ‘ta pirmi. Isa lang sikreto pagpadagan sa siyudad: RESPETO.
August is an important month for all Davoenos. This is the month when we celebrate Kadayawan Festival. Kadayawan is a celebration of life a thanksgiving for the gifts of nature, the wealth of culture, the bounties of harvest and serenity of … Continue reading →
A Japanese student of mine told me about the Japanese Film Festival in Davao. He suggested that I watch those Japanese movies coz’ it’s for free. 😉 I tried searching about it and found the schedule of the movies.
“In line with Davao’s Kadayawan Festival, Backyard Burgers brings you Pundokan 2014: Kaon. Kalihukan. Kalipay. A 2-day event happening on the 15th and 16th of August 2014. Pundokan Dabaw was established to celebrate Dabaw’s love for local culture, food, music … Continue reading →