Chocolate Hills, Philippines - More than 1,770 perfectly cone-shaped hills can be found in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines, more exactly in Bohol. The unusual geological formation has baffled geologists for decades. There are different theories on how the hills formed. Over an area of 50 square kilometers, the amazing hills are Philippines’s 3rd National Geological Monument together with Hundred Islands National Park and Taal Volcano, the world’s smallest active volcano.
The Senate electoral reforms and people’s participation chaired by Senator Koko Pimentel together with the finance committee approved on Friday a joint resolution seeking to nullify the voters’ list of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).
The Malong - Traditionally worn either as a dress or as a skirt by people in the southern and southwestern regions of the Philippines, the Malong boasts of intricate workmanship, bright colours and at times, depending on the material, may indicate a person's economic status, clan, village and ethnic origins. Sharing similarities to the Indonesian sarong the malong may be handwoven or machine-printed and is also often used for decorative purposes as wall art and as upholstery.
The Yakan are a indigenous Muslim tribe native to the tropical island of Basilian. Located in the Sulu Archipelago in the most southern region of the Philippines, Yakan people are recognised for their remarkable technicolor geometric weaves and the distinctive face decorations used in their traditional ceremonies. The Yakan are kind and loving people that embody a non-materialistic culture and live in close-knit communities. http://hauteculturefashion.com/