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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.
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.
The US Geological Survey said the quake was centered 72 kilometers north of Dumaguete city and struck at a depth of 46 kilometers.
These include bulalo and pinakbit," said Lavina, who was born in Dumaguete City.
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.
Last week the Spectrum team travelled to the province of Negros Oriental for the groundbreaking of the Dumaguete City Biosphere Gasification Project and the signing of the Joint Venture Agreement with the City of Tanjay Biosphere Gasification Facility Project.
Survivors include two sons, Walter of Brookings and Tim of Springfield; a sister, Joan Kycek of Elmira; and a brother, Bill Sweet of Dumaguete City, Philippines.
The rescue of Apo Island began with Angel Alcala, a marine biologist from Siliman University in nearby Dumaguete City.
It was perhaps the ultimate tribute to the trailblazing accomplishments of Apo, less than an hour away by boat from lively Dumaguete City, capital of the province of Negros Oriental in the central Philippines.
The Asia Foundation also supported the establishment of the Center for Women's Studies and Development in Silliman University, Dumaguete City, in the Philippines.