Big Bite - The Northern Mindanao Food Festival

This coming January 9 to 11, 2015 experience Big Bite - The Northern Mindanao Food Festival  at Centrio Mall.

Big Bite is a 3 day food festival celebrating our very own Northern Mindanao food in partnership with the Provincial Government, Department of Tourism and Department of Trade and Industry. This will be participated by various provinces in the region along with FOPANORMIN, OTOP, local food concessionaires and Cagayan de Oro Culinary Schools. To spice up this event, there will be daylong activities and guest Celebrity Chefs Marvin Agustin on January 10 and Chef Boy Logro with Jeric Gonzales on January 11.

See below for more detailed information on scheduled activities and programs...


The Newest Where And What In Cagayan de Oro

One of the world's largest and leading coffeehouse; Starbucks Coffee has just recently opened it's first Mindanao branch here in Cagayan de Oro last October 30, 2010. The coffee shop is located at Limketkai Mall parking lot A just across McDonald and Missy Bon Bon.

Another first in Mindanao which has opened its branch in Cagayan de Oro is the United Kingdom's leading retailer, Marks & Spencer. October 28, 2010, just 2 days before Starbucks Coffee was open for business was also the grand opening of Marks & Spencer at the 2nd floor North Concourse of Limketkai Mall.

And just this November 12, 2010 SM City Cagayan de Oro opened its Digital Theater for Kagay-anons who are digital movie addicts. This Digital Movie Theater is a first in Northern Mindanao.

Photo Credits to Bebang

News: Misamis Oriental Meteors Wrest ASEAN Basketball Championship Title

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY - Philippines’ Misamis Oriental Meteors wrested the championship title at the expense of the host team Guangxi China, 83-75, in the 2nd China-Asean Basketball Tournament ultimate match-up that was held in Pingguo County, Guangxi, China last October 24, 2009.

Misamis Oriental Governor Oscar S. Moreno’s Meteors, the Liga Pilipinas’ second conference champion, earned its way to the top spot in Group A averaging 92.5 points per game after four outings.

The Meteors had a blowout victory against Malaysia, 105-65 in the opening match last October 19 and subsequently charred three other national teams, that of Vietnam, 88-56, Hongkong, 82-68 and arranged for a semi-final encounter against Singapore.

Under the mentorship of veteran head coach Jun Noel, Meteors’ top-gunner Patrick Cabahug conspired with power forward Erian Daja and pointguard Khael Misa for a 33-point drubbing of Singapore (2-1), 95-62.

In Group B, China’s Guanxi team also swept all its assignments; dumped Singapore in the opener, 84-51, crushed Myanmar, 81-45, and toyed with Laos, 104-73. Thus, the host team had to face China’s other team, Hongkong (2-1) in a semi-final game, and subsequently outscored the former British colony, 80-73.

After losing to the Philippines’ MisOr Meteors, Guangxi settled for the second place while Hongkong salvaged the third spot. Singapore was relegated to fourth, followed by Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar and Laos.

“Am so happy with the performance of our team! Congratulations to coach Jun Noel and to all team members” said Governor Moreno during his weekly public affairs television program, Ang Lalawigan Karon (The Province Now).

The 2nd China-Asean Basketball Tournament was organized by the Basketball Administrative Center of the General Sports Administration of China, co-organized by the Administration of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and the People’s Government of Balse City, and the support of the People’s Government of Pingguo County, Guangxi Ball Games Development Center, and Guangxi Basketball Association. [Misamis Oriental Provincial Press Office/Uriel C. Quilinguing]

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