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Sandugo Festival 2008

The Sandugo Festival is also known as the Blood Compact Commemoration and is often tagged as the mother of all festivals. It is a month long celebration every July in the city of Bohol, to commemorate the Sandugo or the signing of a treaty of friendship between Datu Si Katuna and Miguel Lopez de Legazpi.

The festival used to be held in March until it was changed to July a few years ago to coincide with the annual Tigum Bol-anon Tibuok Kalibutan, a gathering of Boholanos from all around the world.



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"A gloomy afternoon to you Ms. Mindy! I really feel bad whenever there's a typhoon and we still have our classes when all year levels from elementary to secondary are having a warm comfy time inside their houses. Can you please enlighten me about the guidelines regarding class suspensions. I would really appreciate your help. Thanks! "


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Hey, Ron! As of June 21, 2011 the Department of Education and the Commission on Higher Education together with the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration released guidelines regarding the suspension of classes during inclement weather. They provide the suspension of classes in preschool in areas under signal number 1; in preschool, elementary, and high school under signal number 2; and in all levels under signal numbers 3 and 4. Remember this rule, and don't forget to monitor the news in times of bad weather. As G.I. Joe famously said, “Now you know, and knowing is half the battle.” XD

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Bicol Express.

Bicol is known for its volcano Mt. Mayon which has an almost perfect cone shape. Because of this, Bicol, has been one of the great tourist spots in the country, helping to promote the culture of the Philippines, especially the Bicol Region. Everyone wants to take a peek at Mayon Volcano. But that's not the only reason why Bicol is famous. It is also famous for its Bicol Express.


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  • July 24, 1898 – After having been led to believe that America is an ally, President Emilio Aguinaldo wrote to Gen. Thomas Anderson that while foreign powers have not yet acknowledged the Philippine Republic, the great North American nation would look upon Filipino assertion of sovereignty with greater benevolence than any other nation.
  • July 24, 1917Leonor Orosa Goquingco was born in Jolo, Sulu, to Sixto Orosa and Sevedna Luna, two pioneering physicians. She was a pioneer choreographer of the Philippines. She was given the National Artist Award in 1976. Unlike her teacher, Francisca Reyes Aquino, she believed in taking a more creative approach in the presentation of Philippine dances. She blended elements of classical ballet with Philippine folk dances. She choreographed dances depicting Philippine practices like the fiesta and the pabasa.


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Guillermo Estrella Tolentino (24 July 1890 – 12 July 1976) was a Filipino sculptor who was named National Artist of the Philippines for the Visual Arts in 1973. He is hailed as the “Father of Philippine Arts.” He sculpted the University of the Philippines' monument and main symbol, the UP Oblation, as well as the Bonifacio Monument in Caloocan City.

Guillermo E. Tolentino was born on 24 July 1890 in Malolos, Bulacan. His parents were Isidro Tolentino and Balbina Estrella. He first learned how to draw while attending intermediate school in Malolos, under his teacher, H.A. Bordner. He took up his secondary studies at the Manila High School, then pursued a degree in fine arts in 1915 at the University of the Philippines.


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