Dumaguete


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Dumaguete

(do͞omägā`tā), city (1990 pop. 80,262), capital of Negros Oriental prov., SE Negros, the Philippines. A busy interisland-shipping port at the entrance to Tañon Strait (which separates the islands of Negros and Cebu), it is also a trade and cultural center. Silliman Univ. (founded 1901) and Foundation Univ. are there.
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Since the information and advocacy campaign on the West Philippine Sea issue was launched in early 2015, the DFA and PIA have conducted forums, campus tours and press conferences in Cebu City, Cagayan de Oro City, Subic, Olongapo, Laoag City, Vigan city, Puerto Princesa City, Tuguegarao City, Dumaguete City, Iloilo City, Davao City, Bicol Region, and General Santos City.
Jonathan Lee Seng Tan, aka Jonathan Tan Lee Seng, 52, had "wilfully and deliberately" cheated the Bethel Guest House, a hotel in Dumaguete City, when he concocted all sort of lies to the hotel staff just to permit him to stay for several days, before suddenly disappearing without paying his bills, said Judge Rosendo Bandal, Jr.
He stressed that aside from Boracay and Palawan, places like Zambales, Pampanga, Ilocos, Davao, General Santos City, Bohol and Dumaguete City should be visited by OFWs.
SPMUDA is an international NGO based in Dumaguete, Philippines.
org) was held April 10-13, 2012, at Silliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines.
Guihulngan is about 90 kilometres to the north of Dumaguete, the capital of Negros Oriental province that covers the southeastern edge of Negros where the worst impacts of the quake were felt.
In the town of Guihulngan, about 90 km north of Dumaguete, reports said some houses had been completely buried by landslides, and the market and court house were also damaged.
Monday's quake was caused by movement in an undersea fault 44 miles (72 kilometers) north of Dumaguete, capital of Negros Oriental province, and about 400 miles (650 kilometers) southeast of the nation's capital, Manila.
Food and medicines were waiting to be airlifted from the provincial capital of Dumaguete.
They are deployed to parts of Manila, Baguio City in the north, and on Boracay Island, Bohol, Donsol, Legazpi City and Dumaguete City in the central Philippines.