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  • Grilled ‘saging’

    If you are in Mindanao, try another way of preparing banana que/cue - i.e. via grilling.

    Eating OutMikee dela CruzFebruary 11, 2019
  • GenSan’s ‘durian central’

    When in GenSan, if durian-craving, head to the street right in front of SM GenSan; from 5PM onwards. That’s the place...

    DestinationsMichael David TanFebruary 4, 2019
  • Mindanawon pride in Pikit coffee

    When speaking of coffee in the Philippines, we almost always end up mentioning Kapeng Barako from Batangas, supposedly that “strong, STRONG”...

    Eating OutMikee dela CruzAugust 16, 2018
  • BBQ crazy in Cotabato City

    That Cotabato City in Mindanao is fast changing may be noticeable NOT (just) because of the growing number of malls there...

    DestinationsKiki TanAugust 12, 2018
  • Checking out goat meat at ‘Kambingan ni Kap’ in GenSan

    Not everyone is a fan of goat meat. I have encountered more people, in fact, who consider this only as good...

    Eating OutMikee dela CruzAugust 12, 2018

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  • Destinations
    GenSan’s ‘durian central’

    When in GenSan, if durian-craving, head to the street right in front of SM GenSan; from 5PM onwards. That’s the place...

    Michael David TanFebruary 4, 2019
  • Destinations
    Braving the waters of CDO…

    Cagayan de Oro City (CDO) – dubbed as the “city of smiles” – is known for, among other things, seafoods (though...

    Mikee dela CruzOctober 10, 2018
  • Destinations
    A Tunggol discovery

    Somewhere between Cotabato City and Kidapawan City lies a river that – if the edifice bridging it (called the Tunggol Bridge...

    Kiki TanJuly 25, 2018
  • Destinations
    5 Things to do in Davao City’s Roxas Blvd.

    Every city has that one “center” where just about everything that tourists would want to do can all be accomplished/done. Say,...

    Kiki TanJuly 22, 2018
  • Eating Out
    Artsy dining in CDO

    Yes, we’ve heard about the so-called “milktea panic” that emerged after at least two people (one was a customer, and the...

    Kiki TanJuly 12, 2018
  • Destinations
    Dragon Mart: Partying at the fringes of a gas station

    Remember the Valkyrie issue? When some transwomen complained because they were barred from the venue because they were supposedly “crossdressing”? And...

    Kiki TanJune 3, 2018

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  • Lyn-Lyn of Digos: Look for the good in life

    Lyn-Lyn's capital reaches P400 per day, but earnings vary depending on season. At times, she said, "paulan ko pero way kita...

    Everyday PeopleKiki TanMay 1, 2019
  • The 81-year-old plucky Lumad woman

    Meet Basintao Calimpang, an 81-year-old plucky Lumad woman from the Tagbawa Manobo ethic group of people. Living in Meohao at the...

    Everyday PeopleMichael David TanMarch 10, 2019
  • Lesbian Lumad

    What is it like to be a lesbian and also a part of an indigenous group? For Teng Calimpang, the Tagbawa...

    Everyday PeopleMichael David TanFebruary 25, 2019
  • Ali on being trans and Muslim

    An interview with a human rights defender from General Santos City, Ali Macalintal, who is also trans and Muslim. As she...

    Everyday PeopleMichael David TanFebruary 10, 2019
  • Andrea finds her groove

    What is it like to be trans in General Santos City in southern Philippines? Local trans leader Andrea Faith Mahiwaga shares...

    Everyday PeopleMichael David TanFebruary 7, 2019
The Mindanao group of islands in southern Philippines has long been called as the country's "Promised Land" - albeit this is often said as a yet-fulfilled potential, instead of highlighting what the place now has to offer. We don't only believe it's wrong; we also strongly believe time to correct this and highlight everything about this place that is, indeed, a land full of promise. So here's... Mindanaw Magazine!

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