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Real reasons I fly high on Philippine Airlines

I am back, yet again, after a long hibernation of sorts. I fixed some personal issues, settled what should have been done before and still in the process of accepting and facing some other health circumstances that is part of life. And then I completely pushed aside into the backburner […]

The shortest intro video ever for Red Monkey Talks

Yes watch here the shortest intro video ever for Red Monkey Talks. More than one year, or about sixteen seventeen months after YouTube channel Red Monkey Talks was conceptualized, it is back. Hopefully so. First there was identity problem about the channel. It carried forward the category topic ID of […]

The moment Miss Philippines Catriona Gray wins Miss Universe 2018

Miss Philippines Catriona Gray is crowned this year’s Miss Universe. This is the fourth crown won by a candidate from the Philippines in the history of the popular international beauty pageant. Watch the seemingly long moment while the hopefuls wait for the announcement of the winning Miss Universe 2018.  And […]

Ryan Reynolds reveal his secret in making Aviation American gin

Wondered how Gins are made.  Here’s the quick answer with a video straight from the guy who’s making one. We are referring to Ryan Reynolds who has got time for one despite being a busy actor. Reynolds even spilled the secret that after this video’s release in the internet,  it […]

Camalig town in Bicol wants to build an international convention center

Imagine this. A handsome building rising on Quituinan Hill fronting the majestic Mount Mayon would be a sight to behold. That prospect emboldens the municipal council committee on infrastructure of Camalig in Albay coming forward with the plan. They proposed to build a P3.5 billion Bicol International Convention Center located […]

This is why Time Person of the Year get mix reaction

Time magazine’s 2018 acknowledged person(s) of the year (POY) received mixed reaction from netizens. Before the end of year, the US-based news magazine picks a POY of their choice who has done the most to influence the events of the year. This 2018, it came out with not one, but […]

Albay’s white elephant Pantao is regional port to nowhere?

Budget insertions for appropriations on the 2019 proposed national budget made top news these past days. Members of the house of representatives and the Budget Department are pointing fingers who did the possible insertion which bloated the proposed national budget. Budget insertions when intended for infrastructure projects of congressional districts […]

Watch Russia unveils new generation MIG-35 fighter jet

Russia has just unveiled its most advanced lightweight MIG-35 fighters in a stunning video with demonstration of the jet capabiliities. The Russian Ministry of Defense said, “At the moment, the aircraft are in full swing being tested by experts of the State Flight Test Center of the Ministry and the […]

Bong Revilla off the hook on pork barrel fund plunder case

As many expected, former Philippine senator Bong Revilla on Friday was acquitted by the Sandiganbayan of the plunder case in relation to the misuse of P224 million pork barrel funds. Pork barrel funds were coated as Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) of previous administrations. His co-accused, bussinesswoman Janet Lim Napoles […]

Man receives new face after botched suicide attempt

When a peson suffers severe gunshot wound on the face, many would tend to believe either the victim will not survive. If he do, he will have a deformed face the rest of his life. The last statement was almost true. But only to be proven false with the wonders […]

This flying preacher remind us of the hoverboard priest

Remember the Filipino priest who celebrated a mass rolling around using a hoverboard? Yes, he was Fr. Albert San Jose of Our Lady of Miraculous Medal parish of Binan in Laguna. His hoverboard mass video became viral but received flack from some netizens and the Catholic hierarchy. Eventually, the priest […]

Napgate: President Duterte is neither Sleeping Beauty nor Snow White

Why President Duterte is neither Snow White nor Sleeping Beauty? But of course, there could never be another Snow White nor Sleeping Beauty except the originals from the rich imagery of Disney. In the case of the Philippine president, it is funny how local media made full take, nay a […]

That moment TV host Jimmy Fallon and Sophia the Robot sing duet

This is the moment when man meets robot.  What happens next are amazing sequences. Here TV host Jimmy Fallon of the Tonight Show feature demos of amazing new robots from all over the world.   It include Massachusset’s  Institute of Technology (MIT’s) Mini Cheetah, a wearable tomato-feeding robot and Sophia, […]

Will US troopers use force VS. caravan of Central American migrants?

We are like waiting for something expected could happen as the ‘illegal’ migrants from Central America, but mostly Hondurans, mass and knock at the border between Mexico and US. This tense expectation is fueled with the alleged leak of information that the White House has reportedly issued a memo authorizing […]

Naga airport in Pili soon ready for night landings, take-offs

The domestic airport in Pili serving metropolitan Naga and the provinces of Camarines Sur and Camarines Norte will soon be capable of catering to evening flight take-off and landing operations. The Naga airport, which is operated by the Air transportation Office (ATO) of the Department of Transportation and Communications, has […]

The truth about migrants “invading” US and Europe

To get a good grasp of the illegal immigrant crisis in the United States (America), and in Europe (European Union), we are sharing below two video coverage, one for each. These are different takes on the massive migrant caravan that began marching from Central America, mostly coming from Honduras, with […]

Daraga tops list of Richest Bicol towns of 2017

The town of Daraga in Albay province, has total assets of P1.029 billion making it to the top of the list among the richest municipal local government units (LGU) for 2017, besting 106 others in Bicol region, according to the Commission on Audit (COA). Daraga, aside from topping the list, […]

University of Nueva Caceres now under new corporate ownership? Again?

Ownership of the University of Nueva Caceres change hands. Kind of. For decades, the Hernandez family of Naga city and Libmanan town used to own and manage the first and largest university in Bicol. But not anymore as the education arm of the Ayala Corporation, the AC Education, Inc., (AEI) […]

Naga is richest city in Bicol region

Naga City, Bicol’s financial, business, educational and religious capital now has a total net worth of over P4.675 billion, making it the richest local government unit (LGU) in the region, according to the Commission on Audit (COA). The City of Ligao, in Albay province, followed far second, with a total […]

China builds world’s longest sea-crossing bridge

Where can one find the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge? The easiest guess is in Hong Kong. But to be more specific, it starts from Hong Kong through Zhuhai (in China’s southern Guangdong province) and connecting with Macau Special Administrative Region. The long and winding structure was built at the tune […]

Pope Francis to canonize Paul VI, Cardinal Romero today

Pope Francis will canonize two new saints today, by far the most controversial personalities of the 20th century in the Roman Catholic Church. St. Peter’s Basilica will host the ascension to sainthood of Pope Paul VI (left photo) and martyred Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador (right photo). Pope Francis […]

Why Fuentebella’s Partido Development Administration got the axe

Why Fuentebella’s Partido Development Administration got the axe. The administration is cleaning up the mess of the past. Or, so it seems. Recently, Malacañang abolished a Bicol-based Government Owned or Controlled Corporation (GOCC) created during the administration of former president Fidel V. Ramos. The Partido Development Administration (PDA) was snapped […]

Because Butterflies Are Free (Sony FDR-AX53 Test)

I’m sharing here a video which is part of the test done on the new Sony FDR-AX53 videocam. I was thinking of what should be the first subject of my video for a while now. As I know there are plenty of small birds always hanging around on the nearby […]

Unboxing Sony FDR-AX53 4K Flash Memory Premium Camcorder

After weeks of indecision, waiting and weighing the pros and cons, I have decided to get a new handycam. I settled for the currently most popular Sony Handycam FDR AX53. In my video recording projects, it is now the predecessor of our broken Sony Handycam HDR CX100 I featured already […]

Watch Yes Speak English Please

While I am not required to explain why I am using English as the medium or language of this channel, I am too happy to explain why. Also, I think it is time to share our reason. Hello friends, Thank you for dropping by and watching this post. At the […]

Eye in the Sky, Run or Duck and Cover

Eye in the sky, Run or Duck and Cover Yes, there’s big brother’s eye in the sky, run or duck and cover. What will you do? We were testing our camera and by some coincidence we had this copter doing some hovering near our place. We trained the lens toward […]

I broke my Sony handycam

Do you have this feeling of not letting go of things you have or own, even if it is already broken? I am having a separation anxiety over my Sony Handycam CX100 which stopped working recently. I broke my Sony handycam. O, another one bites the dust. Welcome friends to […]

Watch Persistent and Stubborn American Grasshopper

Yes, how does an American grasshopper behave, or better yet, reacts? This is my close encounter with a grasshopper. It was unplanned although a very positive opportunity. I should say, this lost insect is an American grasshopper, judging from its looks and features. Friends, welcome to Cbanga360 inMotion channel. This […]

The 2018 Cbanga360 inMotion Channel trailer

This is the 2018 Cbanga360 inMotion channel trailer for YouTube. Thanks for stopping by. Always appreciate your joining this channel in its post by post journey as it covers short- ish random topics. From time to time, it may present unboxing of electronics and gadgets primarily for use in the […]

Definitely It’s Raining Stars in Hollywood

Yes, definitely, it’s raining stars in Hollywood. Always. Popular stars, fallen stars, faded stars, fading stars, stars that you knew, stars you don’t know. Watch this video, our walking tour of the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles. While it is not definitive coverage of the tourist attraction, we […]

Watch Youtube Latest Update on Review of Channel Monetization

Watch the latest update on YouTube Channels application for monetization for July 2018. On this episode, I will talk about the current Youtube review on channel monetization. Specifically on the review for re-monetization of my channel cbanga36 Hello my friends, welcome to our channel and you are watching a short […]

Watch Unboxing HP Envy x360 2-in-1 Laptop

Our guest host here is Sam sharing with us unboxing of a new HP Envy laptop which features among others a touch screen. This laptop has Windows 10 operating system which brings back the start menu from Windows 7. Welcome friends to a new unboxing episode of Cbanga360 inMotion. Sam […]

Really Feels Good To Be Back

After an absence of about 22 days, we’re back. It feels so good to be back. I need to catch up on YouTube things left behind with that very personal absence. Got to check out and fulfill reciprocity tasks, most importantly. watch our video on the official Cbanga360 inMotion YouTube […]

Watch How to make Inoki Mushroom Pancake, Fritters

Watch How to make Inoki Mushroom Pancake, Fritters which is healthy, tasty and good up to the last bite. Watch how we make a pancake or fritter with healthy veggies out of Inoki mushroom and carrots, among others, as main ingredients on our latest how to video. Check out the […]

Watch How to Bore Hole on China Ceramic Mug

I am sharing here my first try at making holes on China-made ceramic cups and mugs. Thanks to our surprise guest host Ger for showing us how to safely insert the 3/8 inch Diamond plus drill bit. The main tool I will be using for this project’s completion. Thanks again […]

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Malacanang appoints new Associate Justices for Court of Appeals

Malacanang appoints new Associate Justices for Court of Appeals Malacanang on Friday released several appointment papers for various positions in the Judiciary. President Benigno S. Aquino III has appointed Gabriel Robeniol and Geraldine Fiel-Macaraig as Associate Justices of the Court of Appeals. Robeniol took over Isaias Dicdican while Fiel-Macaraig replaced […]

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What Could be Done Better with the Inarihan Dam

This is the lock of the Inarihan dam located in barangay (village) Binaliw of Calabanga constructed many decades ago.

The THIRIS covers the watershed areas of Tigman, in the towns of Calabanga and Tinambac, Hinagyanan and Inarihan, both in Calabanga, with a total land service area of 3,542 hectares (8,752.47 acres.)

Nokor Rocket Launch a Dud, even as Bicol Folks were Forewarned

The Philippines remained a great bystander before and during the much ballyhoed Unha-3 three stage rocket launch by North Korea that was after all a great dud. Some four hours after the rocket exploded over the Yellow Sea, the North admitted the satellite had failed to enter orbit, and that […]

NASA, SpaceX launch successful resupply cargo mission to ISS

Success. SpaceX’s Dragon cargo craft launched at 12:45 a.m. EDT on a Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida with almost 5,000 pounds of cargo. Instruments to perform the first-ever DNA sequencing in space, and the first international docking adapter for […]

Business boom in Pili, what about the hazardous waste

Business boom in Pili, but what about the hazardous waste products? The pronouncements of Pili mayor Alexis San Luis on the arrival of new business ventures relocating to the provincial capital of Camarines Sur should be a source of envy to local chief executives of other municipalities. Pili is in […]

8 dies in Cotabato war on drugs campaign

MIDSAYAP, Cotabato — A fire fight erupted when joint government forces were to serve warrants of arrest against a certain Commander Mabrook, leader of armed elements in Barangay Nabalawag, Midsayap, (North) Cotabato at 4:30 a.m. Sunday. The clash resulted into at least eight persons killed and eight soldiers wounded during […]

DILG awaits position paper on one island region from Negros governor

BACOLOD CITY, March 16– The landmass of the country has limited prospect of increasing, with China continuously chipping away a wide swath of Philippine territory in the South China, yet more local governments get created, like new cities, towns, provinces and now a proposed Negros Island Region, favoring an opportunity […]

Miss Int’l 2013 Bea Santiago joins Albay in New Year countdown

LEGAZPI CITY — Fresh from her triumph in the Tokyo pageant, that definitely capped the year’s unprecedented haul of various international beauty titles ever, the newest Miss International 2013 Bea Rose Santiago will be home in the Bicol region before the year ends. Bea Rose will mark her homecoming with […]

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Typhoon Ruby trips power grid in Samar provinces

One of the immediate effects of oncoming Typhoon Ruby in the provinces of Samar is power outage. The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines said power in Northern Samar and Eastern Samar went down Saturday, as typhoon “Ruby” passed the area. “NGCP’s power transmission service in Northern Samar is affected […]

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P170.7-B North-South railway project- South Line to boost Bicol economy

MANILA, April 10 –The P170.7-B North-South railway project- South Line to boost Bicol economy. The Bicol region will get the needed business and economic upliftment in the proposed P170.7 billion North-South Railway Project- South Line. Once completed, it is seen to considerably shorten the travel time from Manila to the […]

Short Film on Poverty Touched Millions of Viewers

The short film “Chicken a la Carte” by Ferdinand Dimadura, was made in 2005, beat some 3,600 entries when it won the 56th Berlin film festival award for short films in 2006.

Pan De Sal Continue to Shrink in Size and Increase in Price

The staple breakfast bun of Philippine pan de sal we often see on the table courtesy of our friendly baker continue its saga of evolution in price, size and weight. The bakery either diminish the size of the Filipino favorite bread, decreasing its weight, or increase its selling price, two options both of which are not favorable to the consumers at all.

Watch We are the World for the Philippines

For the nine Philippine regions battered by the typhoon. We are the World for the Philippines. (Eastern Visayas) We are the World for the Philippines. (Central Visayas) We are the World for the Philippines. (Western Visayas) We are the World for the Philippines. (Mimaropa) We are the World for the […]