Category: Media - Tawid News Magazine

WORLD'S LARGEST RESIDENTIAL SHIP

WORLD’S LARGEST RESIDENTIAL SHIP. Residents onboard MS The World, largest privately-owned residential ship in the world, explored the various cultural heritage sites in Ilocos Norte on January 6. The ship which is equipped with 165… Read more »

VIGAN CITY LONGGANISA FESTIVAL

VIGAN CITY LONGGANISA FESTIVAL. Dancers wearing traditional Filipino costumes entertain the crowd that gathered along the city streets during the street dancing parade in this file photo from last year’s Longganisa Festival. The Heritage City… Read more »

FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS

FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS. Renowned photographer Neal M. Oshima coaches participants of his food photography workshop on Dec. 11, 2019 at the Old Carcel, National Museum Ilocos Regional Museum Complex in Vigan City. The workshop was… Read more »

QUIRINO SKYLINE

QUIRINO SKYLINE. Rose Allibang Espejo of Tawid News Magazine and her sister Fe Allibang took a moment to snap a photograph and enjoy the beautiful mountain view at the “Skyline” view deck during a recent… Read more »

CRUISE SHIP TOURISTS

CRUISE SHIP TOURISTS. Ilocos Norte welcomed thousands of tourists from Royal Caribbean Cruise’s Spectrum of the Seas on December 26. After docking at Salomague port in Cabugao, Ilocos Sur, the passengers of Asia’s largest cruise… Read more »

ARTES ITA PASKUA

ARTES ITA PASKUA. One of the many festive events during the Christmas season in the Heritage City of Vigan is the torch and lantern parade. Now on its 14th year, the event has come to… Read more »

SEA OF LOGS

SEA OF LOGS. The heavy flood caused by Typhoon Tisoy brought down hundreds of logs that eventually washed ashore along the coastal towns of Ballesteros, Abulog and Aparri in Cagayan. In Ballesteros town, Jobert Pacnis… Read more »

CONCERT AT THE CATHEDRAL

CONCERT AT THE CATHEDRAL. The walls of the Metropolitan Cathedral of the Conversion of St. Paul in Vigan City resounded with joyous music from the Coro de San Jacinto as they sang popular and traditional… Read more »