Rappler's latest stories on bisaya
The music festival, which will be streamed at 5 pm on Easter Sunday, will use the funds to buy personal protective equipment for Central Visayas' medical workers
PRESS RELEASE: Since the coffee at the plantation was grown organically, pesticides were out of the question and considered impractical
Rappler talks to actor, singer, songwriter, and 'resident anger' Chai Fonacier about Bisaya culture and identity, and why it's important to be seen
(UPDATED) Do President Rodrigo Duterte's critics cross the line when they make fun of his Bisaya accent? The two later issue separate apologies.
Gino Rosales and Karl Lucente of the Cebu-based band define words and phrases like 'ubay-ubay,' 'purbida,' and 'di ma da'
Martin please don t include us in your stupidity Admit that your lies were exposed And seek forgiveness from the journalists including Trillanes and the other senators
Martin ayaw na mi intawon i apil sa imong kabuang Angkona na nga nabisto ang imong pambutbut ug pangayo na ug pasaylo sa mga peryodista apila na pud si Trillanes ug uban pang mga senador
How does one call people appropriately these days? When is dear acceptable? Or for that matter bok ?
Over 20 000 drug users and dealers in Cebu and 40 000 in the Central Visayas have identified themselves to the local police
Until recently the language of politics other than English has always been Tagalog and everyone – from politician to the voter – had to learn how to speak it Not anymore
UPDATED Several candidates in the Visayas and Mindanao used a hit Visayan song for campaign purposes without permission
It appears that the critics have not or rarely go out of their metropolitan to and check the political oratory in the probinsya For if they did they will be amazed at just how normal this “Digong ian” discourse is
This brings to 60 the number of organizations that have so far expressed their intent to send nominees to the House of Representatives
This plural existence of different tongues did not in any way divide us from one another
YouTube s Hey Joe Show shows what happens when you try to eat different kinds of food with your hands in the United States
Youthful insecurity towards learning to speak Filipino is ironically reinforced by the way the language is being taught
Five young Americans star in an all Bisaya show that is sure to make you laugh
Cebuanos take over Twitter to celebrate their province s 445th founding anniversary sharing the food the places the expressions that make them unique and proud
Ayala Land Inc holds a silent auction at Greenbelt 5 for the benefit of Yolanda survivors
A lady from Cebu shares her chocolate story What s yours?