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COFFEE WOMEN UNITE!

By: Chit U. Juan
It has been a good seven years since Jeannie Javelosa and I attended an International Trade Center Women in Trade event in Chongqing, China. We were ...

COFFEE THE MORO WAY

By: Chit U. Juan
“Upi has always been a coffee area,” says Jandatu Salik, a civil engineer turned farmpreneur in Upi, Maguindanao. Upi, at 1,600 feet above sea level ...

LOOKING FOR THE SUSTAINABLE TOURIST

By: Chit U. Juan
Irineo “Rene” Reyes knows exactly what his Chinese tourists want. After spending eight years in Taipei and now a year in Shanghai, this Tourism Atta ...

SUSTAINABLE TOURISM 101

By: Chit U. Juan
We’re happy to hear that the Department of Tourism (DOT) secretary is advocating the new bible on Sustainable tourism. Who needs another Boracay exp ...

HEIRLOOM RICE, ENDANGERED SPECIES PROTECTED BY DA

By: Chit U. Juan
It’s not about saving the Banaue Rice Terraces as a tourist spot but saving the rice varieties that grow on it, as well as those in other towns of I ...

WHERE ARE THE FARMERS’ MARKETS IN YOUR CITY?

By: Chit U. Juan
It’s always a good experience to be able to visit markets here and abroad. I mean farmers’ markets where they sell a lot of local vegetables and fru ...

SLOW FOOD MEETS SLOW TRAVEL

By: Chit U. Juan
Slow food has evolved into a bigger cause Four years after displaying and showing the consumers about Ark of Taste, the Slow Food Manila group has e ...

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