Rediscovering Baguio City – The Issue


Vince is a happy resident of Baguio City. Having been born and raised in the City of Pines, he find value in helping others. In his own way he is helping others by informing them about what's new in the City of Baguio. He firmly believes that there are more reasons to highlight the positive than the negative.

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  1. Ane says:

    This is the first article I read that was not pointing a finger at anyone and made sense. I hate how some people get all self righteous and yet they don’t do anything or do so little to help the environment.

    This year alone, my husband and I planted about 35 trees together, 5 of which were in our own backyard, the other 30 we planted together with other volunteers at the Busol Watershed and Forest Reservation. I also don’t use plastic bags for anything, I always have a foldable bag in my bag so I won’t have to use plastic whenever I buy something from the grocery or from anywhere. I segregate our rubbish and sell newspapers, bottles and cans in a nearby junk shop and bury biodegradable rubbish in our back yard.

    To say that I am eco-friendly is an understatement. I wish more people would do the things that I do in their own home, it would truly make a difference in the environment.

    • Vince says:


      It is as simple as a Bible Verse “he who has no sin cast the first stone”.
      However that does not mean that we take the side of the Mall, we do need the pine trees within the Central Business District.

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