Canlaon City News
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) has lowered the alert status of Mount Kanlaon from Alert Level 1 to 0.
According to Phivolcs, Alert Level 1 means a low level of volcanic unrest. There is a slight increase in volcanic earthquake and steam or gas activity.
An Alert Level 0 means no alert or normal status. Benjamin Tanatan, science research analyst of Phivolcs in Canlaon City, said the lowering of alert level was done last May 5.
Tanatan said that with the alert level back to normal, no magmatic eruption is foreseen in the immediate future.
Visiting the Mount Kanlaon in the North of Negros Oriental in the Philippines. We've spent 2 days in the city of Kanlaon visiting the rice paddies and hiking to a waterfall.
After our swimming in the cold spring of barangay Mailaba, we headed in another tourist attraction, the Balete Tree according to the botanists of Siliman University the tree was estimated about 1328 years old and declared as the oldest tree in the whole island of Negros.
The Balete Tree, also known as Lunok in the Visayan dialect was located in barangay Lumapao, Canlaon City, Negros Oriental. The local people told us that every night theirs a lot of fireflies fly in the trunk of this tree. Many of us have known this kind of tree because of the mystery behind it.
Filipino people always be ...
Mt. Kanlaon Volcano, one of the most active and the highest point in the Visayan island at 2435 meters. A seat of legends and favorite spot for spiritualists and herbolarios(not just mountaineers) during the Holyweek. Mt. Kanlaon is inside Mount Kanlaon National Park (MKNP) a 25,000 ha. forest reserve in the heart of Negros Island.
Jbcmhs Main Campus Streetdancing in Pasayaw Festival for the year 2015.
A combined word of "Pasalamat Pinaagi sa Sayaw" (a thanksgiving through dance). This Pasayaw expresses the joys and jubilations in praise and thanksgiving to the Almighty God through the intercession of St. Joseph. The "Pasayaw Street Dancing & Parade" is participated in by 12 contingents from the 12 barangays.
Dancing has been a part of Filipino life since early times. Some ethnic tribes dance to express gratitude and give thanks to their gods for seasons of bountiful harvest. Some groups use ensembles of huge drums to produce loud sounds to express their thanksgiving. These sights are al ...