A Zoological Site in Bukidnon

The Forest is their home and the natural habitat

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Monday, September 22, 2014

The Proposed New City Hall of Malaybalay, ground breaking

Malaybalay City Government breaks ground today, September 22, 2014, to start the proposed construction of the P180 million New City Hall Building, on a 10-hectare area in Casisang, fronting Carmenville, National highway in Malaybalay City.
The groundbreaking was led by the City Mayor himself, Mayor Ignacio "Iñaki" Zubiri and assisted by the Vice Mayor Roland "Bong" Deticio. Prominent figures, such as Atty. Albert Lagamon, Provincial Board Member,  were also there witnessing the said memorable event of Malaybalay City.

Mayor Zubiri, stressed out that, “This is what we worked hard for with unity and understanding as a symbol of our city’s progress after a long wait since we have prioritized barangay development projects in the past years,” He said. 

"Pamuhat" or rituals was led by Bae Inatlawan, with other tribal leaders who also graced the event.
A project of the People of Malaybalay City, under the Administration of Honorable Ignacio "Iñaki" W. Zubiri.
The proposed site development that looks like the "startrek" ship. The 2.50 storey City Hall building and the whole project is estimated to be completed within 18 months.

Photo Credits : PIA Bukidnon FB Page.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

iPhone6, iPhone6 Plus Comparative Prices, is it Crazy?

My friend posted in FB yesterday the prices of iPhone6 and iPhone6 Plus which I then questioned myself, is this a crazy prices? But it depends to the consumers whether this question is really that worth to be called crazy.

Communication right now played a significant role in the lifesytle of every individual may it be in personal, professional and business necessities. 

According to the source, in the U.S. market, iPhone6 already started its selling out in some stores across this region.  But it is said to be released today, September 22, 2014, in the Philippine Market. Some of the local online stores, such as Kimstore, Lazada Philippines, Widget City and the DB Gadgets have already released "crazy" prices of iPhone6 prior to the release date.
 
source of table :

iPhone 4 was priced at P92,000 when 1st released years ago.

Colors Specifications of iPhone6 :
These iPhone6 versions come in grey, gold and silver colors, according to some local online stores. Whether the prices are "crazy" and impractical for some, its up to the market's choice.

Photo Courtesy : ADR Studio, Website, 

Ebola Virus, from monkeys in Mindanao?

Ebola Virus is said to be from Monkeys in Mindanao, sources said.
Macaque, Crab-Eating Monkey
The Philippine long tailed can be found on all major Philippine Islands (Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao). The Philippine long-tailed macaque has a reddish brown coat. The tail of this monkey has an average length of 0.50 meter to 0.60 meter. It can reach a height of 0.40–0.50 meters (16–20 inches). It is similar to the size of a domestic cat. Male macaques weigh 4–8 kg, but females only attain 3–4 kg.

The story about Ebola Virus can be recalled in its history that caused panic in the community of Reston, Virginia, in October 1989 to March of 1990, a serious calamity that could have wiped out the entire population.

Primate Quarantine Unit in Preston, also called the monkey house, received a shipment of one hundred crab-eating monkeys (A Macaque Type) caught in the Island of Mindanao in the Philippines. 

Two monkeys were found dead in the shipping crates while in transit to the monkey house. On November 1st, some of the monkeys were dead, most of them died in one of the rooms in the monkey house. It was assumed that the cause of death was due to ambient condition where heating and air system malfunctioned. On November 16, initial diagnosis given and found out was due to "simian hemorrhagic fever".

Thomas Geisbert, an intern at the Institute discovered under his microscope the dreaded Ebola virus. Symptoms of having this kind of virus is "high fever and gastrointestinal".

More Story can be read here
 
Source : Wikipedia, dcclothesline 

Monday, September 15, 2014

No Classes today in Selected Areas in Luzon-Malacañang

Malacañang Palace, Statement of Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte on the suspension of classes for September 15, 2014 in selected areas. [Released on September 14, 2014, 9:46 p.m.]

Executive Secretary Paquito N. Ochoa, Jr., upon the recommendation of NDRRMC and state weather bureau DOST-PAGASA, is declaring a suspension of classes on all levels, public and private, for September 15, 2014 (Monday), today in the following areas:

http://www.pagasa.dost.gov.ph/weather/daily-weather-forecast

ALL LEVELS

    NCR
    Region IV-A (CALABARZON)
    Aurora
    Bataan
    Benguet
    Bulacan
    Calamian Group of Islands
    Mindoro
    Nueva Ecija
    Pampanga
    San Fernando City, La Union
    Tarlac
    Zambales
    Isabela
    Cagayan
    Ilocos Sur

PRESCHOOL TO HIGH SCHOOL

    Ilocos Norte
    Pangasinan
    Baguio

source : Government Gazette

Meanwhile, Bukidnon weather is fair with no rainfall, especially in Malaybalay City.

Bukidnon State University ranked #22, among the Top 100 Colleges and Universities

Nothing much work in the office, I opted to take a surf in the internet in a lazy afternoon of one weekday and I stumbled upon a good news from Local Pulse. One of the good news is that Bukidnon State University ranked #22 of among the 100 Universities and Colleges frequently mentioned on the web. Meantime, Xavier University- Ateneo de Cagayan ranked no. 12 and Central Mindanao University ranked no. 67.

The 2014 Top 100 Colleges and Universities in the Philippines according to World Ranking Web of Universities can be read here

The Philippines has a total of 2,080 higher education institutions, according to 2010 statistics released by the Commission on Higher Education.
Ranking
University
Presence Rank
Impact Rank
Openness Rank
Excellence Rank
1(1) University of the Philippines Diliman18962251218718562De La Salle University Manila19932374390322193(3) University of the Philippines Los Ba¤os60791860510626884(3) University of the Philippines Manila31323396698320705Ateneo de Manila University42082848441137146University of Santo Tomas62605877691225657(3) University of the Philippines1016041411101126108(3) University of the Philippines Mindanao43964766973544919Aquinas University7898338013179515510University of San Carlos243284038436449111Mindanao State University Iligan Institute of Technology348476636893515512Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan6213557910344515513Tarlac State University8289489010952515514Ateneo de Davao University4464839111643412815University of the Assumption8129487414095515516Caraga State University910762649471515517Silliman University6791955211780354818Ateneo de Zamboanga University362989759264515519Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies484899527440515520La Salle University Ozamiz7120796212314515521Mapua Institute of Technology2945107669588515522Bukidnon State University12896361318218515523Benguet State University6697792413695515524(3) University of the Philippines Baguio3882119679291449125Saint Louis University Baguio City682499718596515526(3) University of the Philippines in the Visayas7796105818936449127University of the East59331041213716412828Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific Kamaya Point19219428814080515529Far Eastern University Phillipines50641071310468515530Adventist University of the Philippines21881249110462515531Central Luzon State University94851121510445412832Ateneo de Naga University61841095710830515533University of Asia and the Pacific10912940010602515534University of Southern Mindanao65021131815329412835Central Philippine University13194845712707515536San Sebastian College Manila6113770718692515537Angeles University Foundation12198116455509515538Polytechnic University of the Philippines11594979711718515539Asian Institute of Management11516806316161515540De La Salle University Dasmari¤as7277144354763515541System Technology Institute46691190714418515542University of San Jos‚ Recoletos62051130714531515543University of Baguio89911127812979515544West Visayas State University7980146428229449145(3) University of the Philippines Open University93531153312106515546De La Salle College of Saint Benilde14361112257889515547Mariano Marcos State University46511345912221515548De La Salle Lipa41611431310986515549MSC Institute of Technology4868940519184515550Adamson University92821133715123515551University of Saint La Salle Bacolod102261295210615515552Saint Mary's University of Bayombong26911071020053515553Batangas State University14977988414619515554Philippine Normal University15399120078808515555Asia Pacific College133711020215365515556Centro Escolar University Manila Mendiola28961141219605515557Holy Angel University136891315611065515558John B Lacson Foundation Maritime University118701128216658515559Mindanao State University Marawi City139721280815250449160University of San Agustin48171440916837515561University of Cebu114361461911219515562Tarlac College of Agriculture13573861620053515563Bicol University13565147339223515564Far Eastern University Institute of Medicine17611130559947515565Western Mindanao State University106111349615575515566Technological Institute of the Philippines62311388517697515567Central Mindanao University149951374111725515568Philippine Military Academy160651242414619515569Wisdom International School for Higher Education Studies66271556215505515570University of the City of Manila16435144419471515571Pangasinan State University151541179416837515572University of the Cordilleras (Baguio Colleges Foundation)129661520111233515573De La Salle Health Sciences Institute86711494416018515574Southville Foreign University127531350215782515575Technological University of the Philippines187591337410776515576University of Mindanao135591362115159515577Cebu Doctors' University (Cebu Doctors' College)161611259515289515578Holy Name University150411418812844515579Jose Rizal University88481467716658515580University of Perpetual Help154971393713497515581Fatima University139271367215329515582National Defense College of the Philippines131941518712853515583Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University131601587314241449184Ateneo Graduate School of Business Makati160911444313675515585Pangasinan State University Bayambang Campus110251613713695515586Philippine School of Business Administration17709969820053515587Emilio Aguinaldo College164271380115433515588Davao Medical School Foundation135121493115396515589Misamis University130321462916331515590Bulacan State University169011372315433515591Mindanao University of Science and Technology (Polytechnic State College)13883173198490515592Western Philippines University102131607715820515593Chiang Kai Shek College83921592617323515594Saint Paul University Manila181771530011548515595Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication134711538915978515596Saint Luke's College of Medicine180211482213736515597St Michael's College of Iligan City98711693915546515598Western Visayas College of Science and Technology58101826315289515599University of Nueva Caceres1364414932171265155100Cavite State University704216797176975155 - See more at: http://www.localpulse.net/education/2014-top-100-colleges-universities-philippines-967/#sthash.mHBPnlKD.dpuf

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