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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Dakila: Cyber Marital Law



PRESS STATEMENT from Dakila Philippines
21 September 2012

(DISCLAIMER: Any opinions written in this post are Dakila Philippines' own and do not reflect the viewpoint of any other Naga City Deck and/or NCD Contributor)

CYBER MARTIAL LAW

Four decades has passed since then President Ferdinand Marcos declared the Philippines under Martial Law. Throughout the regime, many lost their lives fighting for freedom while others who survived underwent torture and immense human rights violations.

Now, 40 years after Martial Law was declared, in a time when we have yet to fully experience a fully-functioning democracy, another hurdle is thrown at us and our freedom of speech.

The Internet has become an important tool and a strong force in activism. Many campaigns have gained ground and strong support from the public through online presence. The Internet was a place where critical minds say what need to be said about the government and its officials without the fear of getting into prison. Was. It is now a thing of the past.

With the passage of the Cybercrime Law, allowing criminal penalties for online libel, freedom of expression is again curtailed. The medium that used to help the public become vigilant is now guarded by the government. Now, anyone who says anything that can offend someone can be thrown to jail.

From Martial Law we’ve learned the importance of freedom of expression. The price we had to pay to regain it were thousands of lives. Now, in what feels like a Cyber Martial Law do we need to be all the more vigilant, because we want real democracy, a fully-functioning democratic country and we say #NeverAgain to Martial Law, cyber or not.


**Dakila is a collective of artists promoting social consciousness formation and advocacies through the arts.

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Unit 3A, VS1 Bldg., 34 Kalayaan Avenue, Quezon City
Cellular: (0905) 4292539
Tel. No.:(02) 4354309
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Dakila: Anti-Epal Activists highlight problems beyond Epal



PRESS RELEASE from Dakila Philippines
01 October 2012

Contact:                Betty Romero (“No More Epal”): 0917 821 7227
                                    Kate Lim (DAKILA): 0917 708 0988


(DISCLAIMER: Any opinions written in this post are Dakila Philippines' own and do not reflect the viewpoint of any other Naga City Deck and/or NCD Contributor)



Anti-Epal Activists highlight problems beyond Epal



Manila – Anti-Epal activists, led by Mae Paner dressed as the popular character Juana Change, trooped to the Comelec to join the thousands of political candidates to file their certificates of candidacy on the first day of filing for the May 2013 elections.  Candidates will have until the Friday, October 5 deadline to file their intention to run.

“I am here today to file my certificate of candidacy for the Epaliticians’ Party List, or EPaL, along with my family members who are also running for political office,” declared Paner as Juana Change.  “I have with me my Auntie Sen Change, husband Don Juan Change IV, my sister Yoko Change, my son Juan Change V, and my granddaughter Juanita ‘Luce’ Change. We call her ‘Bariya’. We are here to continue the legacy of Change that my late great grandfather started in 1898.  In Philippine politics, Change is inevitable. My father and mother are here to witness the continuation of the Change legacy. Even my great grandfather is here, but he’s in an urn,” added Paner wryly, tongue firmly in cheek.

Members of the No More Epal Movement joined the real filers today to highlight what it calls the “deeper problems of Philippine politics.”  In a press statement, the group said that the problem of “epal”, “the habit of politicians to claim personal credit for publicly funded projects and programs,” is only a symptom of the deeper problems of patronage politics, family dynasties, and campaign finance, among others.  “Many of our supporters have asked if we are only focused on the problem of ‘epal’.  Many have even suggested that we should go beyond epal,” said Vincent Lazatin, founder of the No More Epal Facebook page.  “We are here today to start a deepening of the discussion of our politics. Epal is merely a symptom of our rotten politics. We must direct our campaign to the real issues.”

Paner was accompanied by theater actors and members of Dakila, as the character Tita Sen Change, and other performance artists filling in the roles of Juana Change’s relatives.  “It may seem ridiculous to come here with members of the Change family all of whom intend to file their certificates of candidacy, but this is what our politics has become – a family business,” said Kate Lim from the artist group DAKILA.  “Look around and you will see mother, daughter, husband, son, brother, sister all running for various positions in politics.  It’s crazy.  We are here today to highlight just this one aspect of our politics, but there are so many other problems as well.  The No More Epal Campaign, which has been surprisingly popular, is really only an entry point to discuss the poor state of our politics and political institutions,” Lim added.

The anti-epal movement has gained a lot of popularity in recent months as an online campaign has caught the popular imagination.  Aside from online campaigns on the popular social networking site Facebook, there are websites and blogs that have taken up the anti-epal campaign.  Some public officials such as Mayors Alfredo Lim and Herbert Bautista of Manila and Quezon City, respectively, have ordered signs and billboards bearing their names and images taken down.  Both Mayors Lim and Bautista have separately said that the signs and billboards have been put up without their approval by their supporters.


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Cellular: (0905) 4292539
Tel. No.:(02) 4354309
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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

1st Bicol Career and Education Expo


1st Bicol Career and Education Expo
SM City Naga
September 27 - 29, 2012

Photos to be uploaded soon.

Image Source: Come All to CamSur

Article from pia.gov.ph

1st Bicol Career and Education expo slated in Naga City by Analiza S. Macatangay, September 24, 2012
NAGA CITY, Sept 24 (PIA) -- The University of the Philippines Alumni Association (UPAA) – Camarines Sur Chapter will spearhead a three-day First Bicol Career and Education Expo to address the prevalent problem of job career mismatch, specifically for incoming college students. 
It will be on September 27 to 29 at the SM City Naga Event Center.  
UPAA, in collaboration with the city government here, Metro Naga Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Department of Education – Region 5, has invited universities and educational institutions from all over the Bicol Region and National Capital Region to participate in the said activity... Read more 







Tuesday, September 25, 2012

40th Death Day of Sec. Jesse Robredo



Quarenta Dias kang kagadanan ni Sec. Jesse Robredo
September 27, 2012
Sequence of Activities

On this page you will see updates of the 40th Death Day of Sec. JMR

Every time I see images of Sec. Jesse around the city, there is still a tingling pain in my heart that I still cannot believe that he will not ever come back physically here in Naga. JMR is just but one man who changed a City (Naga) for the better, he is just but one man who tried to change the whole country when he was Secretary of DILG. This man's footsteps, JMR's "tsinelassteps", lead us to the path towards positive change in the government that it was not just a mere dream, but a spark of hope and reality.

Visit the JMR Memorabilia at SM City Naga

Jesse M. Robredo lives in our hearts forever! Proud Akong Naguena! #SalamatJesse

Ako Para sa Pilipino by Vairous Bicolano Artists
Inaalay sa pagpapaala ng mga simulain at sakripisyo ng makabagong bayani at idolo ng mamamayang Pilipino.


"Dios Mabalos" Jesse Robredo
Performed and Arranged by: Plethora
Composed by Benji Felipe
Produced by: Ubiquitous Music/Ferdie Gomez


Ang kanyang tsinelas
Ang saksi sana
Nang kanyang tinahak
Ang daang malubak
Sa rupok ng suelas
Siya'y nagpakatatag
At naging huwaran
Lingkod na matapat

Ang kanyang tsinelas
Kasamang sumukad
Sa taong mayaman
Maging sa mahirap
Sa mahabang lakad
Tinawalang nangarap
Na tayo'y kabayan
Sa buhay na payak

Dios Mabalos manoy maraming salamat
Pilit mong tinuwid liko naming landas
'Di kayang burahin ni alat ng dagat
Tsinelas mong babad sa mabuting palad

Ang di pa matuto
Sa aral mong lantad
Tsinelasin mo po konsensiyang matigas

Ang kanyang tsinelas
Naabot mo sa gasgas
Na walang sinayang
Sa patak ng oras
Hakbang na kaya
Sa mata ng bukas
Kinayang umakyat
At Dios ang may basbas

Ang kanyang tsinelas
Tuluyang nabutas
Tulad ng buhay niyang maagang nagwakas
Kapwa tao naway magising mamulat
Dakila niyang yapak
Sundan bawat apak

Dios mabalos manoy maraming salamat
Pilit mong tinuwid liko naming landas
Di kayang burahin ni alat ng dagat
Tsinelas mong babad sa mabuting palad

Ang di pa matuto
Sa aral mong lantad
Tsinelasin mo po
Konsensiyang matigas

Dios Mabalos manoy maraming salamat
Dios Mabalos manoy saimong maorag
Dios Mabalos manoy maraming salamat
Dios Mabalos manoy sa dalan mong maorag

Image Source: Naga Smiles to the World Facebook

Image Source: Arts, Culture & Tourism Office Facebook


Monday, September 24, 2012

Mr. Kengkoy Ph



Mr. Kengkoy is a social enterprise owned by young visionaries which offers quality and youthful Backpacks made from Bicol indigenous materials while helping struggling communities be self-sufficient.

Mr. Kengkoy’s raw materials are all from a small weaving community in Matnog, Albay which are dependent on this means of living for sufficiency and income. It is then manufactured in another community of trained sewers who are also reliant on meager productions for day to day sustenance.

Mr. Kengkoy simply is true to its image of furthering Bicol indigenous products while helping struggling communities through a production of quality and youthful backpacks and apparels.

For Orders and Inquiries, Contact:
Cody Dy - (+63)917.5482639

Follow @MrKengkoyPH for updates!
Like MrKenkoy on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mr.kengkoy

Islands Souvenirs Naga Branch



Islands Souvenirs Naga Branch
@ Magsaysay Avenue, Naga City
Beside Beanbag Coffee and BPI Magsaysay

Island Souvenirs CamSur Branch beside 7 Eleven Capitol CWC

Photos by Naga Boy of SSC CamSur





Sunday, September 23, 2012

UP HARONG: Academic Festival 2012


The ACADEMIC FESTIVAL is a prestigious event hosted by UP HARONG, an organization of UP Diliman students coming from the province of Camarines Sur. Since 1996, it has served as a haven for intellectual exchange, meaningful exploits, and openhanded discourse.

ACADFEST caters to high school students in Camarines Sur and Cities of Naga and Iriga. It shall be composed of a series of contests: 17th Tingog nin Rason Debate Tournament, 15th Boses Kan Jovenes Public Speaking Contest, 11th Harong nin Dunong Quiz Bee, 10th Sural Essay Writing Contest, 9th Gayon Bikolnon Poster-Making Contest, 5th Ladawan kan Kabikolan Photojournalism Contest and the 3rd Istoryang Suanoy Contest

Investigating the Link

The world we now live in revolves around a massive system of information known as the World Wide Web. Its infinite hands reach out and get entangled so much in the daily weavings of human life that now, everybody, or at least almost everybody, is online. Everybody has a Facebook account. Everybody gets entertainment from Youtube. Everybody is but a page away from everything he has to and wants to know. In fact, everybody is just a click away.

And yet, in a world of so much connectivity, somehow, we have never been so apart.

Because online, people fight wars. People create discord. People step on each other's rights. People spread advocacies that undermine other people. People copy and steal from other people's minds. Things we would not do to our neighbors are being done to people from across continents. And with a cloak of anonymity to protect us, we have no consequences to be afraid of.

We have to realize that the World Wide Web is not simply a tool of our pleasure and convenience, but an extension of human life. That, as we create online versions of ourselves, we must also endow them with the values that allow us to live peacefully offline. That even online, every right we enjoy has an equivalent responsibility. That, as the Web is as powerful a weapon as any war machine, we must take care in making sure we are not stepping beyond boundaries of respect and courtesy.

But where do we start?

Awareness is key. Knowing what is right and what is wrong is always the first step towards moral wisdom, even in a medium so advanced as the Internet. And as we, the youth, are the most involved in the dealings of the Web, the campaign towards responsible and informed use of social media must start with us.


Over-all Winners of AcadFest 2012

Over-all Champion
Ateneo de Naga University High School

1st Runner-Up
Camarines Sur National High School (City of Naga)

2nd Runner-Up
University of Nueva Caceres

Below are the list of winners per event:

15th Boses Kan Jovenes Public Speaking Contest Winners

2nd Runner-up: Ronna Shane Belaro (Partido State University)
1st Runner-up: Klarisse O. Vela (Modern Learning Center of Iriga City)
Champion: Mark Jeremy P. Esquejo (Camarines Sur National High School)

3rd Istoryang Suanoy Winners

2nd Runner-up: Rose Anne B. de los Santos (Ateneo de Naga University High School)
1st Runner-up: Jhan Rendel A. Bernabe (Camarines Sur National High School)
Champion: Hans Cedric Vidallon (Sipocot National High School)

10th Sural Essay Writing Competition 

2nd Runner-up: Althea B. Abergos (Ateneo de Naga University High School)
1st Runner-up: Kirsten S. Sto. Domingo (Dominican School of Calabanga)
Champion: Czarina Joy B. Arevalo (University of Nueva Caceres)

5th Ladawan nin Kabikolan Photojournalism Contest 

2nd Runner-up: Mary Joy Nisola (University of Nueva Caceres)
1st Runner-up: Sherwin Bogayan (Pili National High School)
Champion: Cecille San Buenaventura (Ateneo de Naga University High School)

Gala Night Winners

2nd Runner-up: University of Nueva Caceres
1st Runner-up: Pili National High School
Champion: Naga College Foundation

9th Gayon Bikolnon Poster Making Contest 

2nd Runner-up: Mark Francis Encinares (Central Bicol State University of Agriculture)
1st Runner-up: Jonathan Logoc (Dominican School of Calabanga)
Champion: Jorrei Cadores (Camarines Sur National High School)

11th Harong nin Dunong Quiz Bee Winners

Top 3 Scorers during Elimination Round
1. Marbille Juntado (Partido State University)
2. Ric Arvin Agapay (Ateneo de Naga University High School)
3. Neil Francine Molina (Camarines Sur National High School)

Champion
ADNU B
Michael Testa
John Paul Sabio
Emerson Borja

1st Runner-up
ADNU A
Juan Carlo Gonzales
Mica Marie Dudero
Ric Arvin Agapay

2nd Runner-up
UNC B
John Paulo Magistrado
June Lorenz Capin
Anna Marie De Villa


17th Tingog nin Rason Debate Tournament Winners 
3rd Runner-up
CBSUA 2
Sherfeil Bermundo
Maria Crischelle Mueca
Sharmaine Cortez

2nd Runner-up
ADNU 2
Zypert Barcelo
Dianne Faye Losa
Ric Arvin Agapay

1st Runner-up
SLM 1
Maan Macatangay
Rowell Valencia
Paul Christian Belaos

Champion
CBSUA 1
Jerold Buela
Shanne Marie Hojilla
Denzel Macaraig

Best Speaker of the Finals
Denzel Macaraig (CBSUA 1)

Best Speaker of the Tournament
Fatima Jennae Jereza (ADNU 1)


Friday, September 21, 2012

Haciendas de Naga Fun Activities


Are you ready for an adventure this October? Mark your calendars as we give you HACIENDAS DE NAGA OCTOBER EVENTS and PROMOS!

JOIN OUR HALLOWEEN ADVENTURE DAY on OCTOBER 28!

UNLI ZIP LINE (Php 500.00) and UNLI ADVENTURE (Php 1,000.00) is back! 
plus we have a new promo for you!
WEEKEND GROUP PACKAGE (good for 5 persons) Php 5,000.00 only!

October events:
Voyadores Shoot fest (Oct.70
Fun-Golf Tournament (Oct 200
Halloween Adventure (Oct. 28)

See you at Haciendas de Naga!

For inquiries and reservation, please call (054) 478.3069 or send us a message via Facebook or send an email at adventure@haciendasdenaga.com



Fun Golf Tournament
September 22, 2012

Voyadores Shootfest
September 23, 2012





Association of CPAs in Commerce and Industry Annual Convention

Welcome to Naga City CPAs!!
Dagos po kamo sa Maogmang Lugar!


Friday, September 14, 2012

4th Regional Military Parade Winners



Congrats to all Winners!!!

Thanks sir hakz for the list!

MOST DISCIPLINED UNIT - ROTC [CATEGORY 3]
1st - MARINERS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES FOUNDATION (CANAMAN)
2nd - CENTRAL BICOL STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE (PILI)
3rd - MARINERS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES FOUNDATION (LEGAZPI)
4th - UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY
5th - SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE

MOST DISCIPLINED UNIT - WATC [CATEGORY 4]
1st - UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY
2nd - MARINERS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES FOUNDATION (CANAMAN)
3rd - NAGA COLLEGE FOUNDATION
4th - PARTIDO STATE UNIVERSITY (GOA)
5th -CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (NABUA)

BEST MARCHING UNIT - ROTC [CATEGORY 3]
1st - CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (NABUA)
2nd - MARINERS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES FOUNDATION (CANAMAN)
3rd - MARINERS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES FOUNDATION (LEGAZPI)
4th - UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY
5th - CENTRAL BICOL STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE (PILI)

BEST MARCHING UNIT - WATC [CATEGORY 3]
1st - UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY
2nd - SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE
3rd - CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (NABUA)
4th -CENTRAL BICOL STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE (SIPOCOT)
5th -CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (NAGA)

BEST MARCHING UNIT - WATC [CATEGORY 4]
1st - UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY
2nd - CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (NABUA)
3rd - PILI CAPITAL COLLEGE
4th - MARINERS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES FOUNDATION (CANAMAN)
5th -PARTIDO STATE UNIVERSITY (GOA)

BEST MARCHING BAND AND MAJORETTES A & B COMBINED
1st - UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY
2nd - NAGA COLLEGE FOUNDATION
3rd - CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (NABUA)
4th - CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (NAGA)
5th - MARINERS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES FOUNDATION (CANAMAN)

BEST MARCHING BAND [CATEGORY A]
1st - CENTRAL BICOL STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE (PILI)
2nd - UNIVERSITY OF NUEVA CACERES
3rd - NAGA COLLEGE FOUNDATION
4th -UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY
5th -CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (NABUA)

BEST MARCHING BAND [CATEGORY B]
1st - NABUA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
2nd - PARTIDO STATE UNIVERSITY (GOA)
3rd - MARINERS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES FOUNDATION (LEGAZPI)
4th - CAMARINES SUR NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
5th - PASACAO ACADEMY

BEST ROTC SPONSOR

1st  - SORSOGON STATE COLLEGE
2nd - CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (NABUA)
3rd  - ENTRAL BICOL STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE (PILI)
4th - CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (NAGA)
5th  - MARINERS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES (BARAS)


OVER ALL CHAMPION ROTC SPONSOR WATC Cat 3 and 4
UNIVERSITY OF SAINT ANTHONY, IRIGA CITY

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Plaza Barlin


Re-development of Plaza Barlin



Photo by Junie Orante

Photo by oragon.com of SSC CamSur


Wednesday, September 12, 2012

1st Penafrancia Longboard Competition



Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The Brown Rice Craze Hits Davao City


Media Advisory
September 12, 2012

 The Brown Rice Craze Hits Davao City

The Brown Rice Craze hits Davao City as Oxfam International and Dakila bring its Brown Rice Campaign on September 13, 5pm at the Abreeza Mall.

The event kicks off with an Organic Food Fair participated by farmers from all over Mindanao. Also featured are a brown rice campaign photo booth and testimonials by Brown Rice advocates. The event’s highlight shall be the brown rice cooking demonstrations by the MOST Institute and St. Dominic de Savio-Gourmet Bites with celebrity advocates – comedian Tado, musicians Bayang Barrios and Noel Cabangon. The two culinary schools developed recipes based on brown rice and will hold food sampling after the cooking demo.

Under Oxfam International’s Grow campaign and in partnership with Dakila-Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism, the Brown Rice campaign aims to revive brown or “unpolished” rice back to the regular diet of the Filipino. By shifting and supporting the healthier rice, the campaign aims to encourage the Filipino public not only to choose a healthier lifestyle but also help local farmers, sustainable agriculture, and climate mitigation.

Brown Rice – the Good Food Campaign travels around the country with its celebrity advocates to encourage more people to make the shift to organic brown rice. Oxfam International, the artist group Dakila and celebrity advocates Tado, Bayang Barrios and Noel Cabangon will join the growing movement of Davaoenos shifting to a healthier alternative as it launches the campaign at the Abreeza Mall in Davao City this Thursday (September 13) at 5:00 pm. The Organic Food Fair opens at 10am.

The project is supported by the BA Society of the Philippine Women’s College and Bios Dynamis.

For more info, contact Dakila at 09175341022.

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Lenses for Camera Phones


WIDEN your horizon, LOOK DEEPER into the meaning, and EXPOSE the beauty of your photos! How?? PicksurePicksure can help you with that!

I once created a post about these lenses when my friend first launched it months ago,  but it's much more fun experiencing it my own way. For only Php 999 have your own WIDE, MACRO and FISH EYE lens for your smart phone! As long as the lens of your camera phone has a flat surface and back casing, then you can give it a go!

For years, a DSLR has been on my wish list, and is still a dream up to date. Meanwhile, these lenses for my phone made me feel excited while taking photos imagining how it will look as the finish output.

Let's take a look at the contents of the small yet productive package.

These are the phone cases I bought that I've been using interchangeably depending upon my mood. First base below is obviously my favorite that I requested for a set of red lens too. The lenses have a STRONG magnet on it, the rings that you will have to place at the back of your case should fit it perfectly. You can cut it for the flash portion or not, which I did for the black casing. 


In order to secure your lens from falling, you can use a super glue / mighty bond to stick the ring on your casing. Your casing doesn't need to be that expensive. I got the red one for only Php70.00 and the black for Php 80.00 intended for Iphone 4s units.

The 3 lenses are: first on the top most is the Fisheye Lens (my favorite), second and third is the Wide and Macro Lens that goes together. If you put them together, twisting it to the left will give u a wide output and twisting it to the right will give you a macro output. 


The black ones are the protective rubber caps for  the lenses. The other metallic cover is for the other side of the lens which will stick to the magnet of the lens itself.


What if you lost the ring? Don't worry, your package will have extra rings for your casing. It is advisable not too place the rings on the back cover of your phone. It's one way of preserving your phone anyway.

Actual MACRO SHOTS
waterdroplet from Gulp, see how detailed the table cloth is?

My 6 year old college ring on top of a scissor

First photo on top has a wide lens and below has none (normal shot from an iphone 4s)

FISHEYE actual shots

Plaza Barlin at night

CLICK HERE for other sample shots.

There you go, these lenses will help you develop your passion for photography. We might not be professional photographers but we can develop our own characters and personality in prints and photos by how we frame scenes and events. 

Kudos to our fellow Nagueno Ian for taking phone photography to the next level! More power!


For orders please text or call 0916 312 8676 or visit their official website www.picksurepicksure.com



Fluvial Procession 2012 Live Streaming


Penafrancia Fluvial Procession 2012 Live Streaming
September 15, 2012

On this page you will see photo and live streaming updates of the Fluvial Procession 2012

Live Streaming courtesy of:
GNN TV 48 Naga CLICK HERE

PBN TV 5 Naga CLICK HERE
PBN TV 5 Naga CLICK HERE powered by webtv.com and St. Peregrine powered by webtv.com


Regional Military Parade 2012 Live Streaming



Regional Military Parade 2012
September 14, 2012
7:00 am

On this page you will see photo and live streaming updates of the Regional Military Parade 2012

Live streaming courtesy of:
GNN TV 48 Naga CLICK HERE
PBN TV 5 Naga CLICK HERE




Civic Parade, Float Competition and Voyadores Festival 2012 Live Streaming



Civic Parade and Float Competition and Voyadores Festival 2012
September 13, 2012
7:00 am | 2:00 pm
Plaza Quezon

On this page you will see photo and live streaming updates of the Civic Parade and Float Competition

Live Streaming Courtesy of
GNN TV 48 Naga CLICK HERE
PBN TV 5 Naga CLICK HERE
PBN TV 5 Naga CLICK HERE Courtesy of webtvko.com

Civic Parade Replay by GMA Network


Courtesy of GMA News


Photos by sablaymd of SSC CamSur





Photos by rhyzrockerz of SSC CamSur



















Regional DXL / BSP / GSP 2012 Live Streaming


Regional DXL / BSP / GSP 2012 
September 12, 2012
6:00 am

On this page you will see photo and live streaming updates of the Regional DXL / BSP / GSP 2012 

Live streaming courtesy of:
GNN TV 48 Naga Coverage CLICK HERE

Photos by rhyzrockerz of SSC CamSur







Photos by sablaymd of SSC CamSur