Samahan si Doc Nielsen Donato na silipin operasyon ng Rio Tuba Nickel Mining Corporation na nagmimina ng nickel sa Bataraza, Palawan. (Date aired: March 14, 2012) Panoorin ang BORN TO BE WILD tuwing Miyerkules, 11:30 ng gabi sa GMA 7. Para sa iba pang Born to be Wild videos, magpunta sa http://www.gmanetwork.com/borntobewild Nasa Facebook at Twitter ang Born to be Wild! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BorntobeWildGMA Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/BorntobeWildGMA
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Join us as we trek into the mountains in Ransang, Palawan to the village we are partnering with, thanks to the help of the Pastor and his trusty water buffalo! Watch to the very end to see the kids of the community playing, they're adorable! BE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE FOR FUTURE VLOGS! CLICK THE BELL TO RECEIVE A NOTIFICATION AS SOON AS A NEW VID IS PUBLISHED. MUSIC: http://freemusicarchive.org/ https://soundcloud.com/ehrling Learn More About Mosaic International Ministries https://www.mosaicim.org/ Learn More About GEM http://www.geminchrist.org/ Learn More About CINA https://www.cinami.org/
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The peeps of Tigman enjoying the falls!! Focus, Sylvia IVHQ
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Agricultural Forestry and Mining/Investment Property/96 Hectares Property for sale! For more info contact: Realtor Marissa S. Inting Tel #: (032)511-0662, (032)254-4049 Mobile #: +639176263205 Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.landasia.com.ph
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Rio Tuba in Palawan is the site of the one of the biggest nickel open pit mine in the Philippines. It is also home to a once thriving fishing community along the Togpon River. Bobby Siplan, fisherman, and Lagrimas Padilla, fish vendor, are both members of this community. Two lives whose daily struggle to make a living ebb and flow with the changes wrought upon the river by the mining industry. The mine promises a harvest of bounty. Bobby and Lagrimas think otherwise. This is their story. “Sa Rio Tuba” was screened to the public last 20 August 2015 (Thursday) at Room PH 400, Palma Hall, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines-Diliman. “Sa Rio Tuba” is a production of the University of the Philippines Third World Studies Center (TWSC), in partnership with the Department of Political Science of the Université de Montréal (UdM) under the Student for Development project. Since 2011, undergraduate students from the UdM and interns from TWSC have collaborated to make short documentaries on a particular theme. “Sa Rio Tuba” is a documentary by Rae Red, Rosanna Tiranti, Ken Bejer, and Ervic Angeles.
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English/Nat Government officials in the Philippines have uncovered two tons of platinum worth around 26 (m)million US dollars. The hoard is believed to be part of a massive amount of treasure stolen by a Japanese general in World War Two. For decades, treasure hunters have searched for riches rumoured abandoned by retreating Japanese forces at the end of World War II. Now their quest seems to have been vindicated - with the discovery of the supposed Yamashita treasure. According to financial experts, the two-foot, bell-shaped lump of platinum - a metal more valuable than gold - would bring about 26 (m) million dollars on international markets. Tomoyuki Yamashita was the commander of Japanese forces in the Philippines towards the end of World War Two. He was rumoured to have gathered a huge amount of treasure which was buried in 170 locations in the Philippines. Known as the "Tiger of Malaya", he was executed for war crimes in 1946 and treasure seekers have been looking ever since. Government agents seized the platinum Sunday from a villager in Lallo, 250 miles north-east of Manila. Apparently a Japanese treasure hunter found the platinum in 1993 in the sea off Cagayan province, and gave it to the villager for safekeeping. But on his return the villager refused to give it back - so the treasure hunter reported the find to the authorities who have now claimed the precious metal. There is no certainty the treasure is part of the Yamashita hoard but the agent in charge of the operation believes the rumours to be true. SOUNDBITE: Allegedly, the informant in the case was the a son of a Japanese general, during World War Two, and before his father died, he was informed that there were hidden treasures of this kind in the place and he was provided with the necessary map in locating the treasure. SUPER CAPTION: Vincento de Guzman, National Bureau of Investigation By law, such treasures are considered government property. But according to officials, the unfortunate finder will be given a substantial share of the proceeds from its sale. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/566e45b6ec0d9504f585296d6ccba09f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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English/Nat Many say the quickest way to a woman's heart is through jewellery, but for the Filipinos that jewellery should include a south sea pearl. The jewels of the sea have recently been named the country's national gem. These could easily be some of the world's finest and biggest pearls. Either black or white, these gems make beautiful pieces on their own, or they can be set with other precious stones. They are Philippine south sea pearls -- the so-called pride of Filipino women. Compared to other kinds of pearls, south sea pearls are bigger in diameter and have a variety of colours. Produced from Pinctada oysters, they can only be cultured in tropical waters. Last October, in a presidential decree signed by Philippine President Fidel Ramos, the south sea pearl was named the country's national gem. The Philippines is one of the world's main sources of south sea pearls. Most of the country's pearl producers export their harvest abroad, but since it was declared the national gem, interest from the local market has increased. Many other countries in Asia produce pearls, but the Philippine version has its own characteristics that pearl enthusiasts love. SOUNDBITE: (English) Experts say that Philippine pearls have a special orient so that the inner glow of the pearl. If you look at other pearls they might have good skin but the glow might not be as good -- that's the advantage of our pearl. I think its the quality of the water as well. SUPER CAPTION: Carmina Sanchez, Administrative Officer, Philippine Association of Pearl Producers and Exporters Pearl producers say it takes time, patience, hard work and expertise to produce quality pearls. Pinctadas are harvested by divers from the semi-nomadic Badjao tribe in the Sulu archipelago in Southern Philippines. Armed with nothing but a wooden pair of goggles and a rope, they dive 80 meters deep in search for the perfect oyster. The oysters are sold to pearl farms. Expert grafters then take charge of culturing the gems by planting a foreign object into the oyster. They are then placed back into the sea in cages and left to develop under the constant supervision of divers. After three years, the cages are hauled up for the harvest. It is a long wait but producers say it is well worth the effort. Jewelmer, the country's foremost producer of the south sea pearl, sells most of its harvest abroad, but part of it stays in the Philippines and is made into fine pieces of jewellery for local consumption. Some of the pieces can cost a small fortune, depending on the size and quality, but others go as low as 150-US-dollars. Sellers say prices can be steep because larger pearls are only produced once in a lifetime. But they say that anyone who buys one gets value for money, because they never go out of fashion. SOUNDBITE: (English) Its something very unique and it looks very classic, like pearl jewellery is very classic, its not trendy, it doesn't go out of style. SUPER CAPTION: Malou Lacson, Assistant Sales Manager, Jewelmer Pearls. The Philippines has eight pearl farms. Producers are happy that they're now charged with creating the national gem. The declaration has boosted their sales, but more than that, they are happy that it has added to the Philippines' national pride. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e543ae01e6bce5eada1c879cb1f79ae5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Video of my recent trip to Palawan in 1 minute. Got to revisit Puerto Princesa City, the Underground River and Port Barton. It's my first time to explore the other side of San Vicente where the longest white beach in the Philippines is found and Rio Tuba to visit Rio Tuba Nickel Mining Corporation to see how they practice responsible mining. #NACCares #ResponsibleMiningIsReal Thank you for watching! If you like my video please don't forget to give me a thumbs up and subscribe to my YouTube channel for more of my Travel videos! - http://bit.ly/PinoyTravelFreak Visit my official website - http://www.pinoytravelfreak.com/ Follow my adventures on social: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PinoyTravelFreak Twitter - https://twitter.com/pnoytravelfreak Instagram - https://instagram.com/pinoytravelfreak/
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Who would have thought that the Philippines would be full of marble... Romblon is a province in Mimaropa that is composed of three islands. The main (yet smallest) island is called the same name as its province... Romblon! Driving around this small island you feel like losing track of time. It is so peaceful, laid back and just awesome! But... You also may begin to feel like you are in "Rome". I could understand if people called it "Rome-Blon" because there is so much Marble!! The island is the breadbasket of marble in the Philippines! It is everywhere! Literally the production just occurs on the side of the one main road circulating the island! This is my experience running around and being mesmerized by all the marble! Super Apir!
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//PLEASE CLICK 'SHOW MORE'. REMEMBER: KNOWLEDGE IS POWER// Mine tour: Rio Tuba Nickel Mining Corporation (RTNMC) This is the final days of our South Palawan fieldwork! We went home with larger baggage (rock/sand samples), tan lines, pasalubong, and fun memories. But the important things we brought home from our fieldwork are new knowledge and experience! RTNMC is a nickel mine under Nickel Asia Corporation (NAC) which started their operation in the late '70s. Surprisingly, the mine is still in operation. This is possible since RTNMC practice responsible mining. Responsible mining is a popular issue in the Philippines. Responsible mining is the careful planning and execution of mining operations, with care for the environment and the communities affected by these operations. RTNMC does this. We have seen and experienced the integration of the simple lifestyle of the indigeous people with the advancement of the community. RTNMC provides employment to the IPs, as well as good education with high-end technology. In terms of mine rehabilitation, RTNMC is really good. What makes it effective is that they practice gradational rehabilitation. As soon as the area is mined-out, they will immediately start rehabilitation. Unlike other mines which does it after all mining operations is finished. With the immediate rehabilitation, RTNMC scientists were able to do research for the effective rehabilitation of certain mined-out areas. This can be seen in two (2) man-made forests in the area. Varying plants and trees can be seen, as well as a fish pond where we went fishing for tilapia. the RTNMC made their own effective ecosystem in a mined-out area. Responsible mining IS possible. We just have to understand that not all mines are the same, not all mining companies are bad, and mining makes our lives better and easier. Mining isn't bad. IRRESPONSIBLE MINING IS BAD. WE ARE FOR RESPONSIBLE MINING! Thank you Stephen Doroteo for lending your GoPro! Music: New Day by Ikson @ikson Music provided by Free Music for Vlogs youtu.be/XUEcqrhPiD0
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Coron is a first class municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines, comprising the eastern half of Busuanga Island, all of Coron Island and about 50 other minor islets stretching as far as Tara Island in the northeast and Canipo Island in the south. All these islands are part of the Calamian Archipelago in Northern Palawan that separates the South China Sea from the Sulu Sea. According to the 2010 census, it had a population of 42,941 people. The main population center of the municipality is composed of Poblacion Barangays 1 to 6, where the Municipal Building, the Municipal Legislative Building, and Judicial Hall of the Municipal Circuit Trial Court are located. Its fiesta is held annually on August 28 in honor of Saint Augustine. It is the commercial capital of the Calamian Archipelago. The Calamianes Islands were originally inhabited by the Tagbanuas and the Calmiananen. A fort and church was built around 1670 by the Spaniards as part of the defenses along with Cuyo and Taytay against the Muslim slave raids in Libis, Culion . Late in the 1890's ,an American naturalist, Dean Worcester journeyed through the Calamianes collecting specimens and staying briefly in Culion. In 1950 the town of Busuanga was created from the barrios of Concepcion, Salvacion, Busuanga, New Busuanga, Buluang, Quezon, Calawit, and Cheey which used to belong to Coron. In 1954, the islands of Linapacan, Cabunlaoan, Niangalao, Decabayotot, Calibanbangan, Pical, and Barangonan were separated from Coron to form the town of Linapacan, Palawan. The main industries of Coron are fishing and tourism. Former industries include manganese mining at Singay Mines in Barangay San Nicolas during the Japanese Occupation period. This was followed by the fishing industry boom during the 1970s up to the 1990s which gradually dwindled due to illegal blast and sodium cyanide fishing. Almost along with fishing boom was the rattan and basket-weaving industry which also gradually declined due to the ensuing depletion of raw materials. Tourism is the top industry in Coron these days, due to its pristine beaches, dive sites, and other nature-oriented activities. The aquatic views of a dozen sunken Japanese warships at depths between 10 and 40 metres (33 and 131 ft) off Coron Island are making Coron and its neighboring municipalities a popular diving destination, listed in ForbesTraveler Magazine's top 10 best scuba diving sites in the world. Coron is politically subdivided into 23 barangays. • Banuang Daan • Bintuan • Borac • Buenavista • Bulalacao • Cabugao • Decabobo • Decalachao • Guadalupe (also called Binalabag) • Lajala • Malawig • Marcilla • Barangay I (Pob.) • Barangay II (Pob.) • Barangay III (Pob.) • Barangay IV (Pob.) • Barangay V (Pob.) • Barangay VI (Pob.) • San Jose • San Nicolas • Tagumpay • Tara • Turda FOR DETAILS AND PROJECT PRESENTATION PLS. CONTACT" MARISSE @ 09196923588 Email: [email protected]
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Dangers of Mining in Palawan: Local Farmers Speak Out
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A group of media people from the national dailies in the Philippines recently visited the town of San Vicente, Palawan to witness how a mountain is being "raped" by the town's own mayor to satisfy the whims of a foreign investor. Although, the mayor, Antonio Gonzalez, and four others Coron vice mayor Joseph Armstrong Palanca, Busuanga mayor Samuel de Jesus, former Sofronio Española mayor Iber Chou and foreign investor Michael Gleissner were already ordered by the Provincial Mining Regulatory Board (PMRB) to cease and desist from their illegal activities they are still continuously raping the mountain. Gleissner is reportedly building a highend resort. He bought the fishpond of mayor Gonzalez and then illegally excavated a nearby mountain to fill up the hollow portions of the ponds to level them. Recent inspection of the area showed some heavy equipment still operating, hauling and transferring excavated quarry materials which were being dumped in the fishpond in an apparent disregard of the cease and desist order.
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The struggle to save Palawan (known as the Philippines' Last Frontier) is not only about saving trees and rare species. It is also about nourishing the Filipino cultural heritage, so powerfully represented by those indigenous communities that - after escaping Spanish and American colonization (while resisting the new 'mining imperialism' now) - continue to represent the 'living roots' from which all Filipinos originate. Therefore, environmental plundering by mining companies is not only a crime against nature but it is also a crime against culture, a sort of genocide that annihilates the most profound roots of the Filipino's history and ultimately plunders the cultural heritage of the whole nation. In this movie, Kawali, the mythical ancestor depicted by Batak narrators emphasizes humility and trust towards the supernal beings in charge of animals and plants. On the contrary, the attitude of Kawali's brother-in-law comes to represent the epitome of inappropriate behaviour, such as the lack of respect towards the mystical keepers of animals and - here specifically - towards the "father of bees": a relationship that contemporary Batak continues to restore though the lambay ceremony. The sudden switch between the narration of the Batak myth and the threats posed by mining companies serves to introduce the work of ALDAW, a local network of indigenous peoples struggling for the protection of their ancestral land against large-scale corporations.
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Women who like wearing jewelry usually love diamonds, gold, and silver. Other women prefer pearls. Pearls are beautiful, hard gems that come in white, red, gray, blue, green, and black. They are typically spherical in shape, but there are those that form unevenly, i.e. baroque pearls. Perfectly round pearls are considered the most beautiful and they are ideal to be used as jewelry. Oysters produce these precious, iridescent stones. Amazingly, they are the by-product of a biological process that occurs when an irritant or a foreign substance such as a food particle, enters an oyster’s shell. Contrary to popular belief, the irritant is hardly ever a grain of sand. Clams and mussels can also produce this precious stone, but not as frequent as oysters do. Imagine then this woman’s surprise when she opened a giant clam and found not just one pearl inside, but perhaps more than a dozen! What a very lucky girl indeed. Source: Elite Readers http://www.elitereaders.com/
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I opened up this oyster and a Diamond was inside of it... Welcome to Fun House TV your one stop connection for Kid Friendly Fun videos that will take you to magical adventures and places and discover something truly incredible. We like to also features lots of toys for both girls and boys and unbox many exciting toys from around the world. Please subscribe, turn on notifications and comment at any times. Here is a listing all many toys we features. Legos, Disney, LOL, MLP, Scooby Doo, Dig Kits, exploring kits, Slime, how to make slime, food challenges, Muck bang, and other wild and fun stuff! So if you like to Dig, make slime, unbox toys, go on adventures, and do fun things then watch Fun House TV… All my cool gear, oysters, kids toys, and Fun House tech: www.amazon.com/shop/funhousetv So Join us each week with Steph and Her crew as the trek to the next unknown destination. The Journey Awaits! Steph *FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA! * MY TWITTER: https://twitter.com/WatchFunHouseTV MY INSTAGRAM @FunHouseTV - https://www.instagram.com/funhousetv/ Like, Subscribe, & share here! https://www.youtube.com/user/steph91069 ALL GAME CHANGERS SEND FAN MAIL BELOW.. Fun House TV PO BOX Box 516 Roseland, NJ 070668 Click below to watch Amazing Videos Over 20 priceless Pearls Found in Oyster Dig It! https://youtu.be/OIxdoK-2qhg Real Bright Pink Pearl Discovery washed up on Shore. https://youtu.be/cgtnjp8hUic Real Giant Rainbow Gemstone Found in Lake. https://youtu.be/qHHfkGIdW0s Ouch Digging up Scorpion & Beetle fossil Dig kit. https://youtu.be/rIiJLxpR8Q8 Real Diamond Found in Oyster! In Total Shock https://youtu.be/Dy4PezWssf0 Real Giant Purple Gemstone Found In The Harbor https://youtu.be/g6Co3qEw5Ag Digging for the Real Heart Of the Ocean https://youtu.be/-5jWojUUMhE Twin Pearls A Popping! Double Dip Surprise https://youtu.be/qVM6CwgpAZI Solid Gold Found in Lake.. How did the Pirates miss this? https://youtu.be/tZRXN6YZmtY Real Giant Ruby Found at Wish Well https://youtu.be/BougXtjLVp4 REAL Unicorn gem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Bc1WHUAjrc REAL Emerald https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHyxDwy2yjU REAL Yellow Gemstone Found at the Dead Tree https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuINFgSgQNk Aquamarine gemstone Found under Rainbow bridge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LlUzHEDZvs Heart Gem Bermuda https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFwLGdklZg4 Blue gem Bermuda https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiNC8IB2U-0 REAL Lime crystal found in Cabo San Lucas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFtJgIDoi94 REAL Sapphire gem found in the dark forest https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0mycLhq8TM REAL Pink Gemstone found in the woods.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-S0uUa6byDw
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Looking for a place to visit in the Philippines? Quezon, Palawan has been attracting a number of locals and tourists for its mini underground river. Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - http://goo.gl/7lR5ep Watch the full episodes of UKG on TFC.TV http://bit.ly/UKG-TFCTV and on IWANT.TV for Philippine viewers, click: http://bit.ly/UKG-IWANTV Visit our website at http://www.abs-cbnnews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews
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Code: PVT2018-0415 DETAILS _______ Address: Buliluyan, Bataraza, Palawan Type: Beach Front Lot Area: 6,000.00 sqm Frontage: 80 meters NEARBY PLACES _____________ • Bancalan Island • Patongong Island (Tangkahan) • Monitoring Satellite Station • Buliluyan International Port • Long Beach • Punta Sebaring Beach • Proposed Airport in Balabac • Onuk Island • Patawan Island CONTACT US __________ ROWEL 0905-453-0589 (Globe) [email protected] RAMIL 0917-584-1540 (Globe) 0939-907-8432 (Smart) [email protected] ___ #BeachFront #Buliluyan #Palawan #Bataraza #ForSale
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96 Hectares of Agricultural/ Forestry and Mining Investment Property. Discover the mystery of the exciting and marvelous waterfalls beneath imposing tall trees and sweet humming birds and dig into the inner of gangbusters cave . Explore the scenic island and islets surrounding the last mainland municipality of Palawan. For information and viewing, please call or email: Ric N. Inting, CIPS +63917-546-7098 Philippines 1-702-769-2548 USA Email: [email protected] Skype: ricardo.inting www.landasiacebu.com www.landasia.com.ph
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Sitting in the center of North Eastern Mindanao the Province of Agusan Del Sur is full of surprises... From beautiful waterfalls, to the famous marsh, to side road bulad... There is a lot to find in this unique landlocked Province. This video is simply a little compilation of my experiences and findings as I adventured around with my scooter "cindy". Agusan Del Sur... Loved it! Super Apir! #BecomingFilipino
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A collaboration video production of Palawan Daily News and Backpacking Palawan. Supported by the Bataraza Tourism Office, Province of Palawan
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You won't believe this abandoned #GhostTown, a #UNESCOWorldHeritageSite called Battleship Island or Hashima Island. Commonly called Gunkanjima, is an abandoned island lying about 15 kilometers from the city of Nagasaki, in southern #Japan. It was a thriving coal-mining city, but was abandoned in 1974 when its owner, the Mitsubishi company, decided to shut it down when the Japan government changed its laws to favour obtaining energy from oil, and not coal. We also visit the Gunkanjima Digital Museum to have a feel for what this post-apocalyptic-like island was like before it was deserted. Visit the Gunkanjima Digital Museum online: http://gdm.nagasaki.jp Link to our NEW MERCH STORE: https://teespring.com/stores/the-mabuhay-squad-store Click here to SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/wDYMFn Vlog edited by Jeahh Yason: http://www.instagram.com/jeahhh Need an architect to design and build your dream home? Check out the amazing work of Architect Dennis Elizalde and inquire: http://elizaldearchitectsbuilders.com/ He designed and is building our dream farm home! Follow RJ Garcia on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/appleboyrj Check out my other channels: Comedy channel: http://www.youtube.com/mikeybustosvideos AntsCanada: http://www.youtube.com/antscanada Music: https://www.youtube.com/mikeybustosmusic For business inquiries: [email protected] Please follow me: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikeybustos Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mikeybustos Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/mikey_bustos To mail us stuff: Attn: Ma. Ellsie Gumban Unit 3F, First Metro Strata Building, 685 Nuevo De Febrero St, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines Welcome to my daily vlogs! TRAVEL. FOOD. COMEDY. SINGING. ANTS. LIFE. I upload a new video every day at 7AM EST! About Me: My bio is pretty random: In short, I am a professional singer/songwriter from Toronto, Canada who moved to Manila, Philippines which sorta became my Hollywood because my first Youtube channel MIKEYBUSTOSVIDEOS grew popular due to Filipino comedy videos. Meanwhile, I'm also a big biology geek who is obsessed with ants, so I built an internationally operating ant business supported by another popular channel called ANTSCANADA, and well basically, today I travel and tour around the world doing what I love so I wanted to start this vlogging channel, in hopes to encourage you guys to follow your dreams no matter how random, by showing you what happened when I followed mine! You just never know where life will take you when you listen to the yearnings of your heart!
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Mining claims and applications are now threatening the Philippines' Last Ecological Frontier. Even this enchanting underground river, and UNESCO world heritage site, lies within an area with mining application! Help save Palawan province from mining and help Doc Gerry Ortega's dream live on. This is a tagalog translation to say, will you allow this (irresponsible, rampant mining in Palawan) to happen? credits: Joshua Dekel , ABS-CBN Regional News Group
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I took a short trip to Baguio with my uncle and my aunt. It was kind of awkward to film videos around them since they don't know I do YouTube videos as my job. hehe But I was still able to film some clips of our trip!! I hope you enjoyed the video! Baguio Day 2 vlog will be up soon! Visit our website for more photos and stories - http://realasianbeauty.com/ Follow me on Instagram - http://instagram.com/realasianbeauty (@RealAsianBeauty) xo Kristine _ FIND ME : BLOG http://www.realasianbeauty.com Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RealAsianBeautyYT Instagram - RealAsianBeauty I always make it a point to respond to all comments here on Youtube.. But these days, responding to a lot of comments is somehow becoming a bit difficult... If you have anything to say, important matter to ask, please send a message to [email protected] :) I respond to messages. ^_^
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I’m sharing with you my first time experiences in Sipalay, Negros Occidental! It’s time for you to visit this wonderful Island in the Philippines
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From Brooke's Point, I visit Fred Palermo,my friend pandayan at Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.
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real estate agents selling real estate properties in baguio city like condominium, house and lot commercial space have been given a chance to see Coron as trip incentive
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Because of an unfortunate error ( I tried to edit & upload the video asap from my hotel room in Puerto Princesa ) the indigenous population depicted in the video is not Batak, but Pala'wan tribe, the original inhabitants of the southern part of the island. The ones in the video are from Rizal and Brooke's Point. I don't think I'll re-edit the movie ( change the start words screen ), I'll modify the following description as soon as possible. Thanx to the local user Tandikan ( please see his feedback on the comment section ). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batak_people_(Philippines) The Batak are one of about 70 indigenous peoples of the Philippines. They are located in the northeastern portions of Pala'wan, a relatively large island in the southwest of the archipelago. There are only about 500 Batak remaining. Also called Tinitianes, the Batak are considered by anthropologists to be closely related to the Ayta of Central Luzon, another Negrito tribe. They tend to be small in stature, with dark skin and short curly or "kinky" hair, traits which originally garnered the "Negrito" groups their name. Still, there is some debate as to whether the Batak are related to the other Negrito groups of the Philippines or actually to other, physically similar groups in Indonesia or as far away as the Andaman islands. http://www.gopalawan.travel/Batak_Tribe_Tour_Puerto_Princesa Batak have for centuries combined a hunting-gathering lifestyle with seeding of useful food plants, kaingin, a slash and burn farming method, and trading. It is believed that they may have had trading relations with Chinese merchants as early as 500 AD. http://www.survivalinternational.org/tribes/batak During the mid to late-20th century the Batak were easily pushed out of their preferred gathering grounds by the sea into the mountains by emigrant farmers, mostly from Luzon. Living in less fertile areas, they have attempted to supplement their income by harvesting and selling various nontimber forest products, such as rattan, tree resins, and honey. This has been met with resistance by the government and commercial collectors, who assert that the Batak have no legal right to these resources. Conservationists, however, have taken an interest in the Batak's collection methods, which are much more sustainable than the techniques used by commercial concessionaires. http://www.rappler.com/move-ph/14349-mountain-people-the-bataks-of-palawan The Batak were once a nomadic people, but have since, at the behest of the government, settled in small villages. Still, they often go on gathering trips into the forest for a few days at a time, an activity which has both economic and spiritual value for them. Their belief system is that of animism, which is belief in spirits that reside in nature. Some, called "Panyeon", are generally suspicious of humans but are tolerant of them, as long as people don't abuse or waste the resources of the forest. Other spirits, called "Diwata" are generally benevolent. All are capricious. Batak make regular offerings to these spirits, and Shamans undergo spiritual possession in order to communicate with the spirits and heal the sick. http://www.ethnicgroupsphilippines.com/people/ethnic-groups-in-the-philippines/batak/ Rapid depopulation, restricted forest access, sedentary living, and incursion by immigrants has devastated the group culturally. Today, very few Batak marry other Batak but tend to marry from other neighboring groups. The pattern has been that the children of these marriages tend not to follow Batak cultural ways, and today "pure" Batak are rare. As a result, Batak are being absorbed into a more diffuse group of upland indigenous peoples who are slowing losing their tribal identities, and with it their unique spirituality and culture; there is even some debate as to whether or not they still exist as a distinct ethnic entity.
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Watch us uncover a Japanese Treasure Chest [we hope full of GOLD!!]Using information from a Filipino boy who witnessed the Japanese collect and hide the gold during an intense American artillary barrage. I then spent many hours researching the military archives in the Library of Congress in Wash DC and I discovered just 2 sentenses in an old daily log from the Marines that was so mind boggling powerful i could not believe it! The data from that log and location info from Bengie was the missing piece of the puzzle no other human knew but me. Watch to the end and see what we found! Please subscribe and like for more interesting and fun video about the Philippines!
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The debate over the environment department's controversial closure and suspension orders are far from over. In Dinagat Islands, pro and anti-mining groups clash on whether mining operations in the islands should be shut down. - Business Nightly, ANC, February 20, 2017
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Business Nightly: Philippine shares slip for the day but still finished the week with a gain. As Michelle Ong tells us, a lot of investors now have their sights set on the Philippine central bank's policy meeting next week along with major economic data releases. To watch more breaking news videos click the link below: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgyY1WylJUmgZUQnLkWvSABLLRxAiE_z3 Check out what's trending on the internet! Click the link below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrXNmNs--A0&list=PLgyY1WylJUmiNASnHYchkIZsdUYgT_TQX For more positive vibes and good news, click the link below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcVYzJbvV90&list=PLgyY1WylJUmir8pkZENrF1o7C4t2sVwdg Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - http://bit.ly/TheABSCBNNews Visit our website at http://news.abs-cbn.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abscbnnews #ANC #ABSCBNNews #BusinessNightly
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I discuss the various colour pearls I have purchased while visiting Palawan, Bolhol and Cebu islands in the Philippines. I discuss what are the identifying marks that show that a pearl is genuine. For further information about traveling the Philippines, click here: http://travelandtash.com/chocolate-hills-tour-in-bohol-philippines/ If you loved this video, give it a thumbs up! Books by Tasha: ************************************************************ Find and keep an awesome partner. Download, ‘Attract and Retain a Fulfilling Relationship’ HERE: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0793ZSW4X ************************************************************ Increase energy and lose fat. Download, ‘Keto Brunches’, HERE: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G7SD656 ************************************************************ Attracting and Retaining Relationships on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/attractingandretainingrelationships/ ************************************************************ Keto Brunches on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Keto-Brunches-245569036001634 Keto Brunches on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ketobrunches CONNECT WITH TASHA: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/travelandtash/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/travelandtash/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/travelandtash Website: http://travelandtash.com/ ************************************************************ Thanks so much for watching. It means a lot to me ^^)
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March of 2011 a team of four went on a journey around the world to discover the cultured pearl. The mission of this journey was to explore the pearl producing regions of the world and share the true story of these magnificent gemstones. We would meet and interview the most influential pearl farmers and their workers who maintain the delicate balance between man and nature with one common goal... producing beautiful pearls. This video will give you a look at the beauty of the Philippines, the farm workers, and the passion that drives them. This is the golden South Sea pearl.
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▶Click here to SUBSCRIBE to my channel: https://goo.gl/UJxzsT #PinoyboyVLOGSERYE Another full of fun, exploration, and food in the Philippines, and you won't believe it! My pet myna bird Malaya is talking! Check out KKDAY to plan your next vacation and if you book through this link using discount code THEPINOYBOY, you will get 5% off! http://bit.ly/kkdaymikey This page also shows ALL the fun things we've done in my vlogs through KKDAY if you ever wanna try them, too like we did! Check out my new music channel: http://www.youtube.com/mikeybustosmusic Classic Filipino Tutorials: https://goo.gl/0bhPjb My Filipino Parody Playlist: https://goo.gl/5Tf8ZB Every Video I've Ever Uploaded (Playlist): https://goo.gl/Ohbc3T For booking inquiries please email: [email protected] Join us at the Pinoyboy Society: https://www.facebook.com/groups/330676267133624/?fref=ts Please follow me: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikeybustos Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mikeybustos Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/mikey_bustos
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