THE WOMEN WEAVERS OF SITIO BALABAG

Deep in the interiors of Barangay Gulayon in Dipolog city, Zamboanga del Norte, an old craft is kept alive: "nito" weaving. Where nito vines are used to produce handicrafts such as pouches, bags, hats, baskets, and many others. The customary trade continues to exist today courtesy of a small band of women of the Balabag … Continue reading THE WOMEN WEAVERS OF SITIO BALABAG

PICTURES: PADRE GARCIA LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET

Bullshit every step of the way. I meant cow dung, at the "Bakahan." Officially, the Padre Garcia Livestock Auction Market. Where thousands of farm animals from different places in the Philippines are hauled in for auction. Referred to as the "Cattle Trading Capital of the Philippines" Padre Garcia reopened the market after a two-month lockdown … Continue reading PICTURES: PADRE GARCIA LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET