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Last Updated: on Saturday, January 5, 2013
Elder McGuire's Letters Home
elderjtmcguire.blogspot.com
Last Updated: on Wednesday, October 3, 2012
i was born in 81
... and so were the Generation Y, IBM PC, MTV, AIDS, space shuttle mission, pac-man, Midgnight's ...
bornin81.blogspot.com
Last Updated: on Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Ba Be Bi Bebing
Abakada ng Buhay. Kwento ng Kahirapan, Edukasyon at Tagumpay
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babebibebing.blogspot.com
Last Updated: on Sunday, September 16, 2012
experience sinulog
Explore and Discover Places in Cebu!
experiencesinulog.blogspot.com
Last Updated: on Thursday, July 5, 2012
Patnubay Online
of the OFWs, by the OFWs, for the OFWs
patnubay.org
Last Updated: on Friday, June 29, 2012
Mga Salin
Ang Pagtatagpo ng Cebuano at Filipino
mgasalin.wordpress.com
Last Updated: on Wednesday, June 13, 2012
PAREF Springdale School
The Leading School of Character Education in the South
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on Thursday, June 13, 2013
Wilcon to Launch Sales Mobility Program for the Cebuanos
press, blog, release, wilcon
As Wilcon inaugurate its second depot store at Cebu, shopping for your home needs will be made easier and more convenient as it will soon launch its Sales Mobility Program. Created to accommodate customers? needs, the Wilcon Sales Mobility Program will provide fast and hassle free service to clie...

CebuCentral.Com  |  2 views
on Thursday, August 26, 2010
Cebuano Weltanschauung
speaking, randomly
There?s a long-running urban legend about how the Eskimos (actually, Inuits) have more than a hundred words to refer to ?snow?, showing how involved their culture and life is with the stuff. It?s not actually true, research by linguists show there are only about seven distinct words. In any case...

why so serious?  |  11 views
on Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Cebuano Heroes & History
history, cebu, heroes, philippine, cebuano
The Philippines is Asia?s first republic. While its colonial history has afforded geographic unity to its more than 7,000 islands, it is still a nation divided by language, religion and culture. Mga Bayani sa Sugbo: Cebu's Contributions to Nation-building exhibit commemorates famous and lesser kn...

Vernon Go  |  22 views
on Sunday, March 25, 2007
Language Barrier, a microdocumentary on Cebuano
cebuano, policy, language, video
During these past few years, I've been dreaming of having my own TV show on PBS in the distance future, after having established myself in the field of linguistics. The show I have in mind would be about languages of the world but in a Rick Steves-esque kind of format - just basically bringing aw...

Salita Blog  |  16 views
on Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Gardeopatra Quijano (Cebuano Hero)
cebu, history, heroes, hero, cebuano
Gardeopatra Quijano was the Daughter of the writer and Aglipayan bishop, Juan Quijano, Gardeopatra was born in Alcantara in 1918. Quijano became a college teacher and a dentist as her profession. Her stories Maayong Ngalan (1937) and Ang Asawa nga Dala sa Akong Uyoan (1941) won Bisaya prizes. So...

Vernon Go  |  42 views
on Thursday, September 15, 2011
Luis Flores y Perez (Cebuano Hero)
cebu, history, heroes, hero, cebuano
Luis Flores y Perez is a native of Samar; Flores came to Cebu in 1891 as a steward of Bishop Martin Garcia Alcocer. With Alcocer?s patronage, he served as procurador (attorney) of the Cebu audiencia as well as regidor (alderman) of the Cebu ayuntamiento. Luis Flores was involved with the Katipu...

Vernon Go  |  37 views
on Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Vicente Rama (Cebuano Hero)
cebu, history, heroes, hero, cebuano
Born on June 6, 1887, Vicente Rama became a distinguished figure in Cebuano literature, publishing, journalism and politics. In 1915, Vicente launched his own periodical, Nueva Fuerza, which was renamed Bag-ong Kusog (New Force) in 1920. Using the vernacular, it was probably the most successful ...

Vernon Go  |  17 views
on Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Vicente Sotto (Cebuano Hero)
cebu, history, heroes, hero, cebuano
Vicente Sotto was born in Cebu City in 1881 to Manileņo parents, Sotto is remembered as the ?Father of Cebuano Language and Letters,? and for his vigilant stance on Philippine independence. In 1899, he (aged 22) and his brother, Filemon Sotto, published the newspapers La Justicia and El Nacional,...

Vernon Go  |  25 views
on Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Tagalog is different than Cebuano
tagalog, was, like, really, also
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Really different. Dear Family and Friends, ...

Cebu Later!  |  25 views
on Sunday, June 26, 2011
Fide rated tournament among Cebuanos
tournament, fide, city, cebu, players
A fide rated tournament among Cebuano players has never happened before and is as rare the Cebu Flowerpecker. If you are familiar with birds, the Cebu Flowerpecker (Dicaeum quadricolor) was presumed extinct since 1906 but it was rediscovered by a birdwatcher in 1992 in the forests of barangay Ta...

Chessmoso  |  21 views
 
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