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Old July 29th, 2011, 04:31 AM   #1182
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An application software for mobile phones that will feature anything about Davao City was recently launched to cater the needs of tourists who would like to know more about Davao using their mobile phones. This positive news is very timely as thousands of visitors are expected to come during the celebration of the Kadayawan Festival this coming August. The app was developed by SkylineApps Technologies and was release last June 17, 2011.

The app is very useful especially among first time comers visiting Davao City. The mobile app features everything about Davao City, latest news, list of tourist spots, currency converter and other useful information.

Davao is one of the first cities in the Philippines to have localized mobile application software. Other international cities like Hong Kong and Tokyo have already launched their own version of such mobile application.

The app can be downloaded via androidapps-home.com website. Below is the download link:

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Or simply scan the barcode above, ive installed mine thru scanning it. Eto yung app....(on a samsung galaxy tab)

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Old July 30th, 2011, 05:50 AM   #1183
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Kadayawan Joyride 2011 on August 21
Written by: Develos III , Jon O.
Friday, 29 July 2011

More than 100 of the classiest, sleekest and most visually awesome retro and modern four-wheel vehicles will roll around downtown Davao in a motorcade dubbed as “Kadayawan Joyride 2011”, a first-ever prelude to the Kadayawan Festival Parade on August 21 from 6 to 7 a.m.

Spearheaded by “Duaw Dabaw,” the event organizer of Kadayawan 2011 Festival and the Davao Classic and Sports Car Club (DCSCC), the hour-long convoy will feature various car models ranging from classics and sports cars to modern seadans/AUVs, pick-ups and off road trucks.
The car groups expected to participate in the affair are the Davao Off-roaders, Xtreme Makeover, Genesis 88, Team Classic, Team Driftech as well as the different car organizations under the Federation of Auto Clubs in Davao, notably the Davao Lancer Club, Davao Auto Club, Toyota Auto Club Davao, Club Vee Dub Davao, Kia Pride Club Davao and Pick-up Owners Club Davao.
The event is a treat to the public by the City Government of Davao, the Kadayawan Foundation Incorporated, the overall organizing committee of the 2011 Kadayawan Festival, Duaw Dabaw, the Racing Line, 95.5 Hit Radio and the Davao Classic and Sports Car Club (DCSCC)
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Old July 30th, 2011, 07:32 AM   #1184
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Kadayawan Joyride 2011 on August 21
Written by: Develos III , Jon O.
Friday, 29 July 2011

More than 100 of the classiest, sleekest and most visually awesome retro and modern four-wheel vehicles will roll around downtown Davao in a motorcade dubbed as “Kadayawan Joyride 2011”, a first-ever prelude to the Kadayawan Festival Parade on August 21 from 6 to 7 a.m.

Spearheaded by “Duaw Dabaw,” the event organizer of Kadayawan 2011 Festival and the Davao Classic and Sports Car Club (DCSCC), the hour-long convoy will feature various car models ranging from classics and sports cars to modern seadans/AUVs, pick-ups and off road trucks.
The car groups expected to participate in the affair are the Davao Off-roaders, Xtreme Makeover, Genesis 88, Team Classic, Team Driftech as well as the different car organizations under the Federation of Auto Clubs in Davao, notably the Davao Lancer Club, Davao Auto Club, Toyota Auto Club Davao, Club Vee Dub Davao, Kia Pride Club Davao and Pick-up Owners Club Davao.
The event is a treat to the public by the City Government of Davao, the Kadayawan Foundation Incorporated, the overall organizing committee of the 2011 Kadayawan Festival, Duaw Dabaw, the Racing Line, 95.5 Hit Radio and the Davao Classic and Sports Car Club (DCSCC)
tnx a lot @Eflex nindot kaayu ni ba, kita na pud ko sa akong mga pangandoy ng mga awto
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Ata Manobo, Ubo Manobo, K'lata, Tagabawa, Matigsalog, Maranao, Maguindanao, Tausug, Sama and Kalagan - Ten tribes, One vibe!



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On its 23rd yr...........experience KADAYAWAN!

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since banned ang fireworks sa davao. Unta i invite ni mayor ang fire dancers from Croc park for the opening. their good. OT lng hehe i just experienced deca wakeboarding. at last!! AWESOME. ill be back their this dec.
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since banned ang fireworks sa davao. Unta i invite ni mayor ang fire dancers from Croc park for the opening. their good. OT lng hehe i just experienced deca wakeboarding. at last!! AWESOME. ill be back their this dec.
balik balik sir!
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balik balik sir!
dli lng jud mobalik. staying in dakbayan for good njud. hehe nka ad2 ko dd2 deca kay duol lng sa napalit namo nga balay cat grande.
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dli lng jud mobalik. staying in dakbayan for good njud. hehe nka ad2 ko dd2 deca kay duol lng sa napalit namo nga balay cat grande.
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dli lng jud mobalik. staying in dakbayan for good njud. hehe nka ad2 ko dd2 deca kay duol lng sa napalit namo nga balay cat grande.
wow! hehehe..unta lagi ug madayon pud mi near DECA WAKEBOARD park.. bitaw, taga davao jud ka sir?
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Old August 7th, 2011, 06:55 AM   #1192
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wow! hehehe..unta lagi ug madayon pud mi near DECA WAKEBOARD park.. bitaw, taga davao jud ka sir?
well kung mga ancestors nko ang basihan dli jud ko dabawenyo(originally tga ilocos). 10 yo plang ko namalhin nme sto. tomas ddn. so far lami jud amo panginabuhi dri dvo region. nyahaha sa sobra ka hassle cge travel gkan amo bukid pdulong dakbayan n convinve n ako mama mopalit haus dvo.

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Old August 7th, 2011, 02:05 PM   #1193
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By: JIMS VINCENT T. CAPUNO
The Manila Bulletin
August 7, 2011, 8:00am


MANILA, Philippines — Every third week of August, Davao City comes alive as it celebrates Kadayawan Festival. Now on its twenty-fifth year of celebration, it has become Mindanao’s festival of all festivals.


As the longest-running community festival in Mindanao, Kadayawan has metamorphosed into a grand celebration that honors Davao’s rich cultural heritage and the many blessings bestowed on the city. Kadayawan’s sights and sounds remain unparalleled.

This year, Dabawenyos and visitors can expect a more colorful and exciting Kadayawan Festival as the budget has been increased to P12.5 million compared to last year’s P11 million. The bulk of the budget comes from the private partners which contributed P9.5 million. The city government allocated P3 million for the celebration.

“We can assure the Dabawenyos that they can expect a merrier, more exciting and more colorful Kadayawan this year,” said Maria Felisa C. Marquez, festival director.

For the first time, the city’s prime festival will be organized by the private sector. “The private-public partnership is very visible in this year’s Kadayawan,” said Dr. Maria Lourdes C. Monteverde of the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc.

Jason Magnaye, chief of the City Tourism and City Investment Office, said some 250,000 people are expected to flock to the city. “Local, national, as well as international visitors are expected to come to celebrate the festival of all festivals in the city,” he said.

This year, instead of adopting a theme, the organizers launched the tag, “Ten tribes, one vibe.” The 10 tribes refer to the indigenous peoples that inhabit the city, namely: Uvu-Manuvu, Ata, Tagabawa, Matigsalog, K’lata, Sama, Maranao, Maguindanao, Tausug, and Kalagan.


“I consider Kadayawan as the festival of festivals since it has the most number of cultural activities compared to other festivals in the country,” comments Serapion Metilla, who is from Manila and has seen to the festival several times. “For example, there’s dancing on the streets, the floral float parade, horse fight, durian festival, cultural minorities encounter, flower and garden shows, and many other activities which other parts of the country could not show.”

Indeed, Kadayawan has gone a long way since it started in the 1970s when then Mayor Elias B. Lopez initiated tribal festivals featuring the lumad (native) and the Muslim tribes of Davao City where they showcased their dances and rituals of thanksgiving. Lopez himself was from the Bagobo tribe.

In 1986, the government initiated a program called “Unlad Proyekto Davao,” whose main objective was to unite the Dabawenyos after the turbulent Martial Law era. The festivity was called “Apo Duwaling,” in honor of the three royalties Davao is famous for: Mount Apo (the country’s highest peak), durian (the controversial fruit that smells like hell but tastes like heaven) and waling-waling (touted to be the queen of Philippine orchids).

At that time, “Apo Duwaling” was meant to showcase Davao City as a peaceful destination for other people from all over the country to visit and to do business. This was after the People Power revolution of 1986.

In 1988, then Mayor Rodrigo Duterte renamed the festival as “Kadayawan sa Dabaw.” Kadayawan is derived from the friendly greeting “Madayaw,” a term taken from a Dabawenyo word dayaw which means “good.” It is also used to describe anything that is valuable, superior or beautiful, such as “Kadayawan,” a celebration of life, a thanksgiving for the gifts of nature, the wealth of culture, the bounties of harvests, and the serenity of living.

The Kadayawan Festival honors Davao’s artistic, cultural and historical heritage, its past personified by the ancestral lumads, its people as they celebrate on the streets, and its floral industry as its representatives parade in full regalia in thanksgiving for the blessings granted to the city.

Actually, the celebration interfaces three aspects: tribal, industrial, arts and entertainment. It is a week-long celebration, but the two big parades are often held during weekends. The street dancing, called Indak-Indak sa Kadalanan, is held on Saturday while the floral float parade falls on Sunday.

The street dancing has two main components. The first is the street parade, where performers groove it up while parading along selected points of the city. The second is the showdown, where the very same people perform on the same venue, which has traditionally been San Pedro Street. The parade normally takes place in the morning, the showdown from the afternoon to evening.

The floral float parade, called Pamulak Kadayawan, is a spectacular finale – patterned after the Pasadena Parade of Roses in the United States – where flowers and fruits are set on colorful floats by business establishments, community assemblies and peoples’ organizations as they parade on the streets symbolizing all the bounty sustainably enjoyed by the city’s residents.

Here’s what Dabawenyos will tell you about their festivity:
Kadayawan is an art form in itself. A festival fit for a local government that tries to position itself as the cultural capital of the Philippines. This is the best time to catch the sights, the sounds, the colors and the scents all mixing together to encapsulate the rich diversity of a place which was long ago described as the garden of the gods.

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KADAYAWAN 2011 EVENTS

DAYAW DABAW STREET MARKET

Date Start : 2011-08-12
Date End : 2011-08-21
Venue : Palma Gil Street
Description : This 10-day street market will showcase the bounti...


KADAYAWAN OPENING

Date Start : 2011-08-15
Date End : 2011-08-15
Venue : People's Park
Description : The festival will open with an ecumenical thank...


HUDYAKAAN

Date Start : 2011-08-15
Date End : 2011-08-22
Venue : Roxas Avenue
Description : Street food with nightly entertainment This is a ...


SAYAW MINDANAW

Date Start : 2011-08-16
Date End : 2011-08-18
Venue : SM City Davao
Description : Mindanao Dance Competition This is a competition ...


Lumadnong Bantawan: Indigenous Peoples Performance Showcase

Date Start : 2011-08-16
Date End : 2011-08-21
Venue : People's Park
Description : Performance showcases of dance, songs and other ce...


Lumadnong Gama: Indigenous Peoples Crops and Crafts Trade Fair

Date Start : 2011-08-16
Date End : 2011-08-21
Venue : People's Park
Description : Performance showcases of dance, songs and other ce...


HIYAS NG KADAYAWAN:Talent Night

Date Start : 2011-08-16
Date End : 2011-08-16
Venue : Abreeza Mall of Davao
Description : Grand quest for the festival gem of Davao Hiyas s...


HIYAS SA KADAYAWAN: Grand Coronation Night

Date Start : 2011-08-17
Date End : 2011-08-17
Venue : Davao City Recreation Center
Description : Grand quest for the festival gem of Davao Hiyas ...

PAHALIPAY NI MAYOR and VICE MAYOR 1

Date Start : 2011-08-19
Date End : 2011-08-19
Venue : Rizal Street
Description : These are free concerts/entertainment for ...


INDAK-INDAK SA KADALANAN

Date Start : 2011-08-20
Date End : 2011-08-20
Venue : Magsaysay Ave. to Rizal Park
Description : The Indak-Indak sa Kadalanan will showcase the div...


TUNOG MINDANAW

Date Start : 2011-08-20
Date End : 2011-08-20
Venue : Abreeza Mall of Davao
Description : Music Festival Mindanaoan composers and songwrite...


PAMULAK KADAYAWAN

Date Start : 2011-08-21
Date End : 2011-08-21
Venue : Magsaysay Ave. to Rizal Park
Description : The grand finale of the Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festiva...


MODA MINDANAW

Date Start : 2011-08-21
Date End : 2011-08-21
Venue : SM City Davao
Description : Fashion and Floral Design Competition Mindanao fa...


PAHALIPAY NI MAYOR and VICE MAYOR 2

Date Start : 2011-08-21
Date End : 2011-08-21
Venue : Rizal Park
Description : These are free concerts/entertainment f...
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The term "Kadayawan" is derived from the Mandaya word “madayaw”, a warm and friendly greeting used to explain a thing that is valuable, superior, beautiful, good, or profitable.
Long time ago, Davao’s ethnic tribes residing at the foot of Mount Apo would converge during a bountiful harvest. This ritual serves as their thanksgiving to the gods particularly to the “Manama” (the Supreme Being).
Various farming implements, fruits, flowers, vegetables, rice and corn grains were displayed on mats as villagers give their respect and thanks for the year's abundance. Singing, dancing and offerings to their divine protectors are the highlights of this ritual.
Although times have changed, this practice of thanksgiving or “pahinungod” is still very much practiced by modern day Dabawenyos. This tradition flourished and evolved into an annual festival of thanksgiving.
In the 1970’s, Mayor Elias B. Lopez, a Bagobo, initiated tribal festivals featuring the lumad and the Muslim tribes of Davao City where they showcase their dances and rituals of thanksgiving.
Later in 1986, a program called "Unlad Proyekto Davao" was initiated by the government which was aimed to unite the Dabawenyos after the turbulent Martial Law era. At that time, the festival was called "Apo Duwaling," a name created from the famous icons of Davao: Mt. Apo, the country's highest peak; Durian, the king of fruits; and Waling-waling, the queen of orchids.
“Apo Duwaling” was meant to showcase the city as a peaceful destination to visit and to do business after 1986 EDSA Revolution.
Finally in 1988, City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte renamed the festival as "Kadayawan sa Dabaw" to celebrate the bountiful harvest of Davao’s flowers, fruits and other produce as well as the wealth of the city’s cultures. To this day, the festival continues to honor the city's richness and diverse artistic, cultural and historical heritage in a grand celebration of thanksgiving for all of Davao City's blessings.

K11-EXACTLY DAVAO!

K11 is Kadayawan 2011. K11 may also mean the 10 distinguished tribes of Davao, but exactly K11means 10 keys why Kadayawan is open for celebration in 2011.

10 KEYS OF KADAYAWAN SA DABAW

1. HARMONY IN DIVERSITY
As opposed to the rest of the Filipinos who have been colonized by the West, the people are indigenized in a way that they may come from different places with different ways but when they become residents of Davao, they adopt the multicultural and cosmopolitan way of life, embracing the diversity of the city.

2. STRONG GOVERNANCE
The local government of Davao City is recognized to be ahead than the national government in many ways – in crafting of landmark pieces of legislation; in pioneering innovations in local governance; in its strong political will in the implementation of policies and programs; in its high level of self-sufficiency; and in its pluralist and liberalist political climate that result in significant grassroots and civil society participation.

3. COMMUNITY SUPPORT
The success of socio-cultural and even political endeavors of the city has always been attributed to the wellspring of support by the different sectors, groups and institutions both from the private and government.

4. PEACE AND SECURITY
Davao City has one of the lowest crime rates in the world averaging at 0.8 in every 10,000 persons per month. The Davao City Police Office has consistently been chosen as the Best Police Office in the entire country. While the Davao City Peace and Order Council has been elevated to the Philippine Hall of Fame for consistently being the best in the country. The city, through the new administration does not adhere to violence to attain peace.

5. SUSTAINED ABUNDANCE
Davao City boasts of all year round abundance of flora and fauna as well as food, water, and livelihood. It’s tap water has been certified by the World Health Organization as one of the best in the world.

6. GENDER SENSITIVE
Davao City, is the birthplace of the first-ever Women Development Code in the country. Promoting gender equality, upholding women’s rights and recognizing them as full and equal partners of men in development and nation building, and equally sharing with men all forms of productive and reproductive activities.

7. DYNAMIC GEOGRAPHY
Davao City is blessed to be located in an absolutely typhoon-free geography, where it enjoys good weather all year round. From the highlands to the lowlands, Davao City is ideal for outdoor activities because of the stable weather condition.

8. HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Davao City adheres to a wholesome and healthy lifestyle for its residents and encourages its visitors to pursue the same. It pioneered the regulation of smoking in public places in the Philippines. It also has tough policies against dangerous drugs, violence against women and children, and environmental pollution. Leading the ban on aerial spraying of plantations and use of pyrotechnics.

9. EMERGENCY READY
The City is proud to be the only Asian city that has a FREE and integrated emergency response system similar to that of the United States and Canada – th Central 911. It is ready to respond to all kinds of emergency – medical, fire, police assistance, natural or man-made disasters. The Davao City Disaster Coordinating Council is also recognized as the best prepared disaster coordinatng council in the country.

10. OPTIMIZED RESOURCES, MAXIMUM VALUE
This refers to the meaningful celebration of Kadayawan 2011, the City Government along with its private partners have optimized the resources yet anticipates a maximum value in return. In K11 the high quality of celebration does not come at a high cost.
happy K11 everyone!
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City to provide free rides during Kadayawan

THE Davao City Government and companies engaged in the manufacturing of electric vehicles or E-vehicles will provide free ride for Dabawenyos and visitors celebrating this year's Kadayawan sa Dabaw around downtown area.

Davao City Mayor Sara Z. Duterte in last week's press briefing at her office told reporters that as of last week, a total of 20 E-vehicles are ready to be utilized staring August 15.

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"Isa ni sa mga butang na gina ingun nako na ang (This is one of the things that I have said that) Kadayawan is a celebration of green living," Duterte said.



The E-vehicles will be plying from City Hall to People's Park all the way to Roxas Avenue.

She said these are the main venues for this year's Kadayawan where major fairs and events are slated to be conducted.

She said several private companies had shown interest in lending some of their E-vehicles during the entire duration of the festival.
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