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Idyllic spots, awe-inspiring views, vibrant culture, delightful cuisines. Ourphilippines.tv captures these wondrous Philippine scenes through high-quality and info-rich videos and photographs.

The first internet travel TV station in the country, ourphilippines.tv gives viewers 7,107 reasons to smile as they virtually explore everything that is charming about the Philippines via the site’s various channels: Our Islands, Our Heritage, Our Race, Our Food, Our Style, Our Fiestas, and Our Ventures.

The Creator

Behind ourphilippines.tv is its creator, fervent traveler Michael Marasigan, who is considered one of the country’s online journalism innovators. Marasigan went “online” in 1995 when he pioneered BusinessWorld Online (www.bworldonline.com) shortly after he helped establish the newspaper. This was one of the first online newspapers in the world, making him the first online editor in the Philippines. In 2004, he also ventured into television by becoming an independent producer for the Living Asia Channel where he came out with travelogues. Travel and tourism, after all, has always been his passion. Finally, in 2005, he set up his communications company, InformationArchitects, Inc. (InfoArc), which gave birth to ourphilippines.tv in 2008.




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Davao Oriental: Sea to shining sea; see ‘Sleeping Dino,’ too

Philippine Daily Inquirer

MATI CITY, Davao Oriental—With its pristine beaches, magnificent waterfalls and rich, exciting culture, Davao Oriental province in southeastern Philippines is a must-try for tourists.

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The 1986 People Power Revolution commenced when Marcos' Defense Minister, Juan Ponce Enrile, and Armed Forces Vice-Chief, Fidel V. Ramos, withdrew their support from the government and called upon the President's resignation. Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin summoned thousands of Filipinos to march the street of EDSA through a message aired on Radio Veritas.

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