Gumain River is a stream and is located in Province of Pampanga, Central Luzon, Philippines.
Gumain River News
I've always been interested understanding the human experience. My first heartbreak was both awful and in a way wonderful: I finally understood how my friends felt when it happened to them. I'll feel the same way if I'm ever shot. That doesn't mean that I want to be shot, but if I am shot and survive without disability, afterwards I'll be glad I experienced it.
In American history classes, the Bataan Death March is mentioned, but the presence of Filipino participation is often left out! I myself thought only Americans marched, and movies didn't help much to counter the perception. In Back t ...
When the question "What has this bridge done for you" first popped up, Alexander Medina did not need prodding to react: "Maragul ya saup (Apalit-Pabanlag Bridge has been providing us big help)."
Medina, 57, vice chair of a local farmers' association, said the bridge ended two hours of walking through alternative routes and risky river-crossings. The bridge also nullified the danger of Mount Pinatubo's foothill communities being cut off from the town.
Built in the 1950s over the Gumain River at the foothills of the Zambales mountain range, the Apalit-Pabanlag Bridge was destroyed by the e ...
Decades have passed since the discovery of the Pisumpan Copper deposit in 1972 . According to locals, drilling operations for exploration of the minerals began in the early 1990's, while Mines and Geosciences Bureau Region III places Pisumpan Copper Mines Inc's (PCMI) application for a mining permit (MPSA-P-III-8) on April 12, 1991.
PCMI's registered owner is Juvencio Dizon, one of the major stockholders of Dizon Copper Silver Mines Inc (DCSMI), DCSMI was responsible for the mining of the Dizon Mines in San Marcelino, Zambales. Dizon Mines carved out chunks of the Zambales Mt Range causing ...
A mining firm met strong opposition from Aetas who attended the first public consultation that the company held on Saturday for an environmental impact assessment (EIA) of its copper, gold and silver extraction project within the tribe's ancestral domain in Barangay Camias here.
Edgardo David, a geologist leading the EIA team, said Shuley Mine Inc. (SMI) would need to conduct more consultations to address the negative impact that the Aetas have anticipated from the project that covers 1,160 hectares in their village.
Romeo Say, senior assistant to SMI president Antonio Co, said the consu ...