Archive for October, 2009

Postcard Moment: Baguio Botanical Garden

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Resiliency

The word “resiliency”, second only to the term”recession” is perhaps the most used (and abused?) word that we use in writing business stories. I’m guilty of that. Whenever I write a story quoting officials declaring – for the thousandth time – that the Philippine economy is “resilient” that it can continue the grow despite the “global recession” thanks to remittances (oh yeah, I forgot, I also use the word “remittance” – a lot! I, after all, live in a country where going abroad to earn a living is a way of life, ) But it was in my recent vist (and being stranded) in Baguio that I actually learned what “resiliency” means. (read more here)

Stranded in the City (of Baguio): Some Lessons In Letting Go

posted by: gypsygal Prime

I’m stranded here in Baguio and loving it. (read more here)

Photo Essay: Dancing in Damhsa (Part 3)

The Kabluchok Russian Group from Moscow performed a Russian folk dances. The group even has a musician hailing from Kazakhstan.

The Kabluchok Russian Group from Moscow performed a Russian folk dances. The group even has a musician hailing from Kazakhstan.

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Photo Essay: Dancing in Damhsa (Part 2)

Text and Photos: Gypsygal Nina

The dance festival or Damhsa is a yearly dance festival event in Cork which aims to celebrate diverse cultures. (read more here)