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Jojie Alcantara is a semi-retired TV host and a Davao-based journalist since 1995. A multi-awarded photographer and artist, her works are featured in tourism campaigns (DOT's It's More Fun in the Philippines) and on covers and spreads of books and international magazines. Her personal advocacy is to promote her country positively to the world. A columnist and solo traveler, she roams the islands in search of inspirational stories and images of nature. She is a Getty Image contributor and three time Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Gold Awards nominee in two categories, Travel Journalism and Heritage and Culture. More info on http://about.me/jojiealcantara.
- Secrets of Lawigan
Posted on November 25, 2014 | No Comments
- Salomon opens in Davao
Posted on November 4, 2014 | No Comments
- TUMI Fall 2014 Collection at The Travel Club Abreeza
Posted on October 14, 2014 | No Comments
- Paul’s Boutique: Britain’s top trendsetter now in the Philippines
Posted on September 25, 2014 | No Comments
- Buy a home and hello to a free Japanese holiday!
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- Davao in Singapore’s Silkwinds Magazine, April 2014
Posted on August 13, 2014 | No Comments
- Canon announces new President and CEO
Posted on August 13, 2014 | No Comments
- Delsey Paris celebrates Fête De La France
Posted on August 9, 2014 | No Comments
- The Best of the Best Philippines book launch
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- Kembali’s Nature Secrets
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- Secrets of Lawigan
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The Philippine Embassy held a roving exhibit in celebration of the Philippine Heritage month and the 116th Anniversary of Proclamation of Philippine Independence featuring photographs of Philippine Festivals by professional Filipino photographers.
This is my cover photo of aerial Boracay waters in April 2014 issue of Silkwinds, the inflight magazine of SilkAir (Regional Wing of Singapore Airlines). I shot the fishermen and […]
The Best of the Best Philippines book launch (by Jojie Alcantara) Launched last April 10 at the Tapas Bar of the Makati Shangri-La Manila hotel, the first travel coffee […]
For 30 years of being of service in giving beautiful hair to every Filipino woman, Cream Silk honored 30 women from Mindanao who contributed in the island’s development in a ceremony last Friday at The Peak of Gaisano Mall.
Just sharing our photos in DOT’s tourism campaign of the country’s regions in It’s More Fun in the Philippines.
Harold Soriaga at 39, Dad to Mati and Cylo (8 and 9 respectively) and hubby to Jolla, still plays with his toys until today. Born and raised in Manila, he moved to Davao in 1997, bringing along with him his collection of comic books with his older brother, and a penchant for superhero toys. No, he just doesn’t collect them. He sculpts them.
PHWOW: When you hear the word Davao, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? ME: Happiness! I am very happy to be living here. I can’t imagine being […]
Enjoying Davao on a budget (published in November issue of Cebu Pacific’s SMILE Magazine, Shoestring Diaries) Discover all that Davao has to offer without breaking the bank. Jojie Alcantara gives […]
San Pedro Cathedral (Oldest Church in Davao) San Pedro Cathedral is considered to be the oldest church in the city (or the site where remnants of the old structure was […]
LANDMARKS IN DAVAO The Sangguniang Panlungsod is the legislative Body of the city. It enacts ordinances, approves resolutions and appropriates funds for the general welfare of the City and its […]
The best proof of creativity is when your resourcefulness turns into an uncanny ability to produce something unique and beautiful from the most unexpected of materials…trash. Maej Villanueva resigned from a lucrative corporate job with IBM to concentrate on an unusual hobby-turned-advocacy: fashioning scraps into highly wearable accessories as livelihood for women.
In my birthplace of Mati, Davao Oriental, lies Lawigan, a hidden coastal community dotted by rugged rock formations, mangroves and white sands interspersed with coconut trees and patches of civilization with huts built on shorelines. The road to Lawigan is quite narrow and perched on a precipice, before going down at sea level again.
Carte Blanche: Electric Music Carnival, Davao’s very own electronic music dance festival, is all set to shake the grounds at the Crocodile Park Concert Park on November 15, 2014.
People Footwear™ Launches Shoes that are More with Less, for All Canadian entrepreneurs Damian Van Zyll De Jong and Matt Penner, have recently launched People Footwear. With a view to […]
Salomon opens in Davao Salomon is a Mountain Sports Company that originated in Annecy, France. The brand was born in 1947 in the middle of the Alps, producing products for […]
Celebrating Mindanao’s premier shopping destination – SM Lanang Premier – officially opened an exhibition that pays tribute to Davaoeño craftsmanship on October 23, 2014 at the Atrium. Called ‘My City, My SM, My Crafts,’ the exhibit is a celebration of traditional arts and modern Philippine design in the cities where SM has malls.
TUMI Fall 2014 Collection at The Travel Club Abreeza
One of Britain’s top trendsetters has now reached Philippine shores creating a more exciting retail scene for today’s more discerning style set. The Primer Group of Companies, Asia’s next retails giant, is the exclusive distributor of Paul’s Boutique in the Philippines.
With the theme of “Marine and Coastal Ecotourism: Oceans of Uncertainties, Waves of Opportunities,” among Tagbaobo’s sightseeing attractions include the Magongawong and Sampao Falls, Cawa-Cawa Rice Field demo, Samal Tribal House at Sitio Libud, and other adventures on horseback riding or habal-habal (motorcycle).
The metro’s premier shopping and lifestyle destination – SM Lanang Premier – celebrates the Chinese Mooncake Festival by bringing back another breakthrough exhibition of traditional Chinese arts to Davao City from August 30 to September 14.
Buy a home and say hello to a free Japanese holiday! Buy from any participating Filinvest project with a minimum Total Selling Price (TSP) of P500,000 and get a free trip to Japan and other travel rewards.