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SOHOTON: Boat rides and quick beach tour

Visiting a fishing village for the second time in the town of Siruma was worth the effort. An added bonus was like a gift of surprise visit to a secluded area away from the populous village. Here, we share the quick round trip boat rides from rustic Vito to the […]

GARBAGE SHIP Return to Manila and containers of rotting waste gone!

Whatever happened to the Canadian garbage loaded on the ship destined to be on its way back to Vancouver? Remember how Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte was so “infuriated” and postured for media consumption he declared (garbage) war on Canada and Trudeau. Well, as always, it was all more of posturing […]

TRASH TALK: How Canadians bash Trudeau on garbage sent back by Duterte

Canadians react with disdain on government officials, which include PM Justin Trudeau and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, due to garbage dumping in the Philippines. Watch how independent conservative YouTube channel shares reaction and more below: [At 1:40, notice the government official sitting right of President Duterte make face, reacting to […]

WATCH: VPOP Robredo on 121st Independence Day rites

Sharing here the attendance of Vice President Leni Robredo during the 121st Independence Day rites this morning at Rizal Park in Manila. And below is the commemorative message of the vice president for the occasion: Sa araw na ito, bilang nagkakaisang lahi, ipinagdiriwang natin ang ika-isangdaan at dalawampu’t isang taon […]

WATCH: Woman feels a ‘sense of peace’ getting an abortion

A short clip derived from a PBS (US tv channel) documentary highlights a woman acquiring a “sense of peace” after aborting her two (twin) babies. The woman was shown getting clear instruction from the doctor on the dosage and timing of taking “medical” abortion pills. The doctor was so blatant […]

TRUTH BITES: The plight of mass migration hurting Europe

The most important and relevant documentary movie drops today. Will it be truth bites the plight of mass migration hurting Europe? We are referring to the much awaited “Borderless” movie by independent Canadian activist-journalist Lauren Southern and her team. After months enduring the rigors (and danger) of (clandestine) location filming, […]

WATCH: The Easter Sunday mass in Naga City by Archbishop of Caceres

Happy Easter!! As part of our continuing coverage of the Holy Week and partial culmination of the activities, we share below the just concluded mass celebration in Naga Metropolitan Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. Archbishop of Caceres, the Most Rev. Rolando Octavus Joven Tria Tirona, OCD, D.D. , led […]

WATCH: Easter Sunday Message of VPOP Leni Robredo

Sharing here the message of Vice President Leni Robredo for Easter Sunday 2019. Pagbati po ng isang maligayang Pasko ng Muling Pagkabuhay sa ating mga kapatid na Kristiyano at sa buong sambayanang Pilipino. Mapalad tayong ipagdiwang ang araw na ito sapagkat kasabay ng muling pagkabuhay ng ating Panginoong Hesukristo ay […]

LIVESTREAM: The Easter Vigil at the Vatican and Naga City

The Easter Vigil takes place on Saturday, April 20th, beginning at 8.25pm. in Vatican. The celebration begins with the blessing of the new fire in the atrium of St. Peter’s Basilica. The processional entrance follows next with the Easter candle and the singing of the “Exsultet” (or “Easter Proclamation”). Pope […]

LIVESTREAM: Pope Francis celebrates Maundy Thursday Chrism Mass

Today, direct from St. Peter’s Basilica Pope Francis celebrates the Chrism Mass which should start at about 9:30 AM in Rome. We join the Holy Father in the celebration of the Maundy Thursday mass at the Vatican. Expected to be in attendance are Patriarchs, Cardinals, Archbishops, Bishops and priests. During […]

WATCH LIVE: NASA sends 7,600 pounds supply to Space Station

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is sending 7,600 pounds of research, supplies and hardware to the crew members living and working on the International Space Station. The space launch by Northrop Grumman Corporation wull be using its Antares rocket carrying the Cygnus spacecraft. The company named it in […]

WATCH: About the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire in Paris

This is a short coverage about the fire that gutted much of the famous and historic Catholic cathedral in Paris. Rebel Media reporter Martina Markota delivers a brief about the unfortunate incident of what happened on late Monday afternoon of April 15th. Meanwhile, rebuilding the Notre-Dame is already on its […]

FALSE: LizQuen movie ‘Alone/Together’ grossed $350-million

What is an entertainment news article when a Philppine peso (₱) sign is interchanged with the US dollar ($) sign? It is laden with FAKE NEWS. Take for instance the update on earnings by local movie “Alone/Together” published by Manila broadsheet Philippine Star. The article “What’s next for Liza Soberano?” […]

THROWBACK: These are the top 25 posts of our site

This month of April, we mark the birthday of this site. So that as part of that celebration, we are happy to share the top 25 stories and posts that garnered the top most views through the years, up to now. Going over these posts, we were surprised for the […]

ARRESTED: WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange in London

WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange was arrested in London on Thursday morning. This happened after Ecuadorian diplomatic officials invited British police into the embassy to arrrest the Australian citizen. The 47-year old Assange (Julian Paul Hawkins) faces possible jail time in United Kingdom, a possible extradition to the United States and […]

SILK ROAD: Chinese money trap simply explained

This is how the Chinese money trap works. An excellent reminder just in time when the present POTP Duterte administration is clawing hard and good at funds dangled by the regime in the mainland. I like how Nas made a factual example about Sri Lanka (before, Ceylon) which is now […]

CENSORED: Crosses in Italian Cemetery Are Covered

An Italian cemetery covered crosses as a different approach of pushing for religious tolerance. It was reported that crosses in graves in Pieve di Cento in Italy have been clothed in black. This was the approach resorted to avoid offending people from different religion. While not specifically identifyng the religion, […]

WATCH: Found perfect container for sprouting mung beans

I found this perfect alternative container for effectively growing mongo or mung bean sprouts for family use. And perhaps, good for soy beans, too. Thanks for joining me as I scrutinize this new found kitchen aid. In the past I have been using the big blue bowl which gives me […]

UPDATE: Human trafficking ring generates €1.2-M daily

Human trafficking ring that operates between Spain and Morocco rakes millions of Euro dollars on its daily operation. This was disclosed in the current uploaded video of independent Canadian journalist Lauren Southern. Southern’s group released this short installment in their dangerous coverage of documenting the phenomenon happening now in Africa, […]

THROWBACK: Official Trailer BIRD OF PREY Philippine Eagle

This is a throwback post on the feature documentary about the Philippine Eagle. The much awarded and acclaimed film work about the rare and critically endangered Philippine Eagle was officially released less than a year ago. The feature documentary already shown outside the Philippines and gathered rave reviews and praises […]

EXPOSED: Independent journalist catches NGO launders €500K

Daring independent journalist Lauren Southern is on the hot trail of the illegal immigration happening now in most of Europe. On this her latest reportage the daring Canadian exposes the alleged human smugglers and traffickers operating in Greece as NGO’s like the Emergency Response Center International. ERCI is a self-described […]

BANNED: Will ISIS brides be allowed to return home?

Really. That is the pressing question hounding countries whose citizens joined the violent, murderous, militant group that engaged troops in the war torn parts of Syria for years. And now, they want to return and recover their normal lives. The so-called idealists, young women who left their adopted countries and […]

Watch Walking Tour of La Porteria Parish Church

This should be the first walking tour for inmotion channel, I mean, a walking exploration. So here I was at the churchyard of the main Catholic church in my hometown which is the Parish church of Our Lady of La Porteria. Welcome to inMotion. And many thanks and appreciate for […]

Watch Double Epic Fail in Ilocos Norte

Yes, totally true. The epic fails in Ilocos Norte. One of which was the “cable cart” ride which amused the passengers at first. Then afterwards lost the interest for the operator obviously had difficulty maneuvering the cart up its destination and back. But hey, it was a good try. The […]

Social News Network Rappler CEO Maria Ressa arrested for cyber libel

Culled from the online news portal itself, Rappler reports agents from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) arrested Rappler CEO and executive editor Maria Ressa early Wednesday evening, February 13. The arrest was done in connection with a cyber libel case filed by the justice department. NBI officers in civilian […]

Unboxing Review Lenovo Legion Y530-15ICH Notebook

After taking time making comparison of laptops within my price range, I opted to ordering a Lenovo notebook. It is a big shift in preference from my usual brand. The package has arrived so we are going to do an unboxing episode. Thanks for joining me here at Cbanga360 inmotion […]

Watch Pepper and Cooper Friendly Turtle Housemates

Meet our housemates, Pepper and Cooper, red-eared slider turtles. They will be twelve years old by August 2019, their birth month. The same number of years they have been with us. Already, they have outgrown their tank. These gentle big boys are both 7.5 inches already. Red-eared sliders generally live […]

Watch Teaser If We Erase Traditional Politics We Win

This Philippine province of almost two million people, or 1.9 (1,952,544) million warm bodies according to the official census count of 2015 is the biggest in the Bicol region in terms of population and land area. While it is rich in natural resources and beautiful scenic places, majority of its […]

Watch Found First Monument Dedicated to Filipino Teachers

You read it right, this is the first monument dedicated to the Filipino teachers found in the town of Calabanga. This monument is a landmark for the longest time since I was living in the town, or actually, since I was born. But it was just a standing structure of […]

Watch Unboxing Deep Cool U PAL Notebook Fan

I ordered online a new notebook fan, actually, I ordered four. The package has arrived. So come on join me here. Welcome to Cbanga360 inMotion on this new installment of unboxing. Im jumping right into this post with this most used line that not all things are meant to last. […]

Unboxing and Review Samsung EVO select micro SDXC card

Just before I went on a 4-month leave from my channel for quick travel and long vacation, I left behind video projects hanging which include a review on the microSD card I ordered online. I am referring to the micro SD card manufactured by Samsung, the EVO select SD card. […]

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‘Rich’ Bicol towns flunk DOF’s fiscal stability scorecard

Rich Bicol towns flunk DOF’s fiscal stability scorecard Yes, 94 Bicol municiplaities, including the 16 that are first class, flunked in financial accomplishments according to the Department of Finance tally for local government units of the country. These municipalities dumped a dismal performance rating in the DOF’s LGU scorecard on […]

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Bicol in power blackout after Typhoon Glenda

Officials of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) said in a briefing that Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Albay and Sorsogon in Region 5; and Quezon, Laguna, Batangas, Cavite and Rizal in Region 4, Bataan in Region 3 were all cut off from the grid as of 8:00 P.M., […]

China gains control of Philippines’ Quirino Atoll of Spratly islands

China gains control of Philippines’ Quirino Atoll of Spratly islands as the tension caused by intrusions in the West Philippine Sea continues. The traditional fishing grounds of Filipino fisherman around, and including, Quirino Atoll or Jackson Atoll has been taken over by the Chinese, reports from national papers said. The […]

Catanduanes promotes eco-tourism with “One Tourist, One Tree” program

The province of Catanduanes has adopted a new local tourism promotion program that gives tourists the privilege of taking part in tree planting during their stay. Dubbed as “One Tourist, One Tree,” the recently launched program is directed towards making the local tourism industry an avenue for keeping the verdant […]

Muslim autonomous region spends P12-M a week for Maguindanao evacuees

COTABATO CITY, March 11 — The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) on Wednesday said it is spending Php 12 million a week on food packs alone to support more than 70,000 individuals displaced in the ongoing military law enforcement operations against the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters in Maguindanao. ARMM’s […]

BANNED: Will ISIS brides be allowed to return home?

Really. That is the pressing question hounding countries whose citizens joined the violent, murderous, militant group that engaged troops in the war torn parts of Syria for years. And now, they want to return and recover their normal lives. The so-called idealists, young women who left their adopted countries and […]

Andaya, Salceda chairs, co-chairs House committee on appropriations

Outgoing Bicol Regional Development Council chairman Joey Sarte Salceda announced during the last council meeting at the National Economic Development Authority office on Friday he was given the position of senior vice chairman of the committee on appropriations in the 17th Congress while Camarines Sur 1st district Rep. Rolando Andaya […]

More Bicol politicians vow support for presidential candidacy of Grace Poe

Just a few days after Albay Governor Joey Salceda resigned as regional chairman of the Liberal Party and vowed support for independent presidential candidate Grace Poe, more Bicol provincial officials followed his move. On Monday, it was confirmed that Gov. Edgardo Tallado (LP) of Camarines Norte, Gov. Raul Lee (UNA) […]

Winners of 2010 Peñafrancia Regional Civic Parade

Here’s the results of the civic parade competition during the Peñafrancia regional parade held in Naga city last week. All photos here are from the vantage point near or about the parade review stage at the Plaza Quezon.

Not a foot padding on Sen. Grace Poe’s rice paddy art photo?

A day after posting a short piece about Senator Grace Poe Visits PhilRice For Rice Paddy Art, we received a friendly note asking us to “correct” or ahem, remove the reference to a “foot padding” where the good senator stood for the photo shoot. We were made to understand to […]

Wow Netizens react to Jollibee valentine series with mixed emotions

As the Jolliibee Valentine marketing series invade the fancy of netizens and become viral, it also brought in various reactions. These reactions swarm into various social network sharing platforms like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Down below we share selected reactions that range from funny and otherwise. A Youtube user posted […]

Backlash: Ex-MMDA chief Tolentino withdraws from LP senatorial lineup

Malacanang wished resigned Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Chairman Francis Tolentino as President Benigno S. Aquino III acknowledged his decision to withdraw from the LIberal Party senatorial lineup. Earlier, MMDA chairperson Francis Tolentino resigned from his post as MMDA chief on Wednesday to prepare to run for higher office in […]

CamSur Ranks 22nd in the 2009 Tax Revenue of PH Provinces

Here is the unofficial financial data about the Philippine provinces on tax revenue for fiscal year 2009.  Tax revenue include real property, tax on business and other taxes. Of the 80 provinces, 11 collected property tax over P155M. The list is topped by Pangasinan with collection of P437,984,080; followed by […]

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Quezon City tax collection hits P7.8 billion in Q1 2015

QUEZON CITY, 13 — The Quezon City government reports that it has succeeded in collecting P7,790,612,896 or more than 50 percent of its 2015 budget of P14,462,362,000 during the first three months of this year. This represents an improvement of PhP 609.377 million over the 2014 revenue collection performance for […]

Advocacy Group Urges DFA to Bring Home OFWs in Distress

Advocacy group Migrante International on November 19th staged a picket in front of the department of foreign affairs (DFA) building in Manila to call on the government to facilitate the repatriation of distressed overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).

PH spends P11.6-M for P-Noy’s Singapore trip

MANILA, Nov. 18 — The government is set to spend P11.6 million for President Benigno S. Aquino III’s participation in The Economist’s World in 2015 conference in Singapore from November 18 to 19, 2014, Executive Secretary Paquito N. Ochoa Jr. President Aquino left this morning via a chartered flight to […]

Albay Province Winners and Losers May 13, 2013 Elections

PROVINCIAL GOVERNOR of ALBAY SALCEDA, JOEY (LP) 350,973 PROVINCIAL VICE-GOVERNOR of ALBAY IMPERIAL, HAROLD (LP) 189,327 CALISIN, JESUS JAMES (PDP) 89,512 SAEL, BRANDO 88,763 MEMBER, SANGGUNIANG PANLALAWIGAN of ALBAY – FIRST PROVDIST BONGAO, ATE GLENDA (LP) 59,390 BELEN, JOB (LP) 44,105 MADRILEJOS, JOEMAR 38,255 CAO, JHUN (PMP) 33,791 BASE, ARSENIO […]

Government Urged to Probe Military Torture Training

A torture video was uploaded in a popular video-sharing site showing some Philippine military men beating young and new trainees. The torture video was, accordingly, submitted by the beaten soldiers, to express their dismay over the extremely cruel exercises of the Philippine Military.

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PH economy projected to sustain 6.5% growth in 2014

MANILA, Jan. 6 — The country’s economy is projected to sustain a robust growth of 6.5 percent this year, slightly lower than the 2013 estimate of 6.75 percent, on the back of buoyant infrastructure investments and stronger consumption, according to a finance firm. “The administration’s main thrust is infrastructure spending […]

Luzon to experience stormy weather as Typhoon “Lando” weakens

Stormy weather continues to prevail in most parts of Luzon including Metro Manila as Typhoon “Lando” has slightly weakened as it made its first landfall in the town of Casiguran, Aurora Province, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said. PAGASA weather forecaster Buddy Javier said that as […]