So You Wanna Negosyo?: Stories from Ilonggo Entrepreneurs on the Front Lines

joseph batcagan

Iloilo City is in an entrepreneurial mood these days. You only have to look at the endless (well, at least for now) weekend market fairs before you realize that almost everyone you know is into, or at least entertains the idea, of running a negosyo. It’s the new “weekend warrior” thing: young, mostly middle-class, and.. Read more

Project Iloilo Episodes S01E04.5: PechaKucha Mini-episode

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PechaKucha Night Iloilo Vol. 2: Previewing the 7 Ilonggo Presenters

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A Good Friday: Of Saints and Devotion in Molo

xtian lozañes

It was past three in the afternoon when Molo Plaza slowly came to life on a hot Friday. People showed up from all directions, but all of them had a singular goal: to silently walk their way towards Santa Ana Parish. A few vendors, almost on cue, lined up along the plaza to sell stuff.. Read more

San Joaquin’s Pasungay-Pahibag: A Raw Display of Power and Masculinity

martin espino

“Good Syat”: 10 Simple Tips for Shooting The Dinagyang Street Parade

xtian lozañes

INFOGRAPHIC: Dinagyang Survival Guide

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Dinagyang is upon us this week! Of course, we at Project Iloilo recognize that not everyone reading this website has been to Dinagyang ever. For an outsider looking in, Dinagyang looks to be both colorful and chaotic—which is exactly the description of every Filipino fiesta, come to think of it. So, amidst all the crazy.. Read more

Project Iloilo’s Christmas Lights Tour

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Sine Marathon: The Ilonggos’ Primer for CineKasimanwa 2015

xtian lozañes