Monday, October 17, 2011


Leo Luga Zita has been a musician for almost three decades. He started performing playing rhythm guitar since high school and college days at St. Paul’s College in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental in the 90’s. He plays the lead guitar, rhythm and sings with a popular band in Cebu afterwards. Upbeat, pop, mellow and hard rock were his forte. He went to Singapore with the band and returned to the country about three (3) years ago. Now without a band, he again studied music and indulges into playing the Saxophone.

Performing solo, took a twist on how Leo Zita defines music. In his debut recording at Studio 26 in Lagro, Quezon City, you can feel the aura of his music, its heart and its soul.

How he blew the Saxophone and holds his breath for so long to express how he commands the notes with the instrument he have, redefines the meaning of the path he took for almost three decades. All of us were moved when listening to the music he plays. He redefined music by the way he interprets the pieces he performed at its best! We were owed watching and listening him played LIVE without a CUT! Clamoring for more!

Leo Zita, performing LIVE at Studio 26 in Lagro, Quezon City, for his debut MTV album: “The Cross Road”, with JM Almoneda and Nick Naval on the video:

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Saturday, August 20, 2011


Super Typhoon Hits Manila!
Touches the Ground @ Roxas Boulevard

This beautiful, talented, musical genius, “Eun Joo Park” caught Manila by storm when she performed at Midas Hotel with such a powerful display of her mastery of electronic violin! The audience were not only moved and swayed, but was awed, as this lady takes command of the strings to higher notes in such an eloquently display of mastery of her craft: “Eun Joo Park” popularly know as “EJ Park” captured the heart and soul of the audience in her debut performance at Midas Hotel along Roxas Boulevard. You can hear the Oh! Ah! Of the audience!

You can see in the face of the audience the power that this talented lady possesses, now considered as the Korean Master of electronic vilolin . . . “Eun Joo Park” capturing the Philippines by storm!

A graduate of Orchestral Music in Korea’s Kywon University, A.I.D.M. Academa Diploma Violini in Rome, Italy, a member of MBC Orchestra, Park is considered as musical genius and now, a rising star in the field of rock electronic violin, internationally. She shall be having a concert at Araneta Coliseum on Monday August 22, 2011 in celebration of the Philippine-Korea Friendship Day for the benefit of "KOPINOY" (Korean-Pilipino) abandoned Children. She will be also performing live at the different branches of SM Malls nationwide and shall undertake concert tours to promote and poster Korean-Pilipino friendship.

Straight from Los Angeles, Usec. Robert T. Rivera, former Undersecretary for Operations at the Office of the Press Secretary and host of the Pilipinas Ngayon Na! at NBN-4 and now member of the Board of Director of RPN, took no time, as his plane touches the ground, he immediately proceeded to the luxurious Mida’s Hotel, 20 minute away drive from the airport and arrived a little bit earlier for the affair. Fresh from his stint in Europe, Ambassador Alejandro del Rosario was also present with former Miss World Evangeline Pascual, Maning Borlaza of the MTRCB, former Ambassador James Dee, Lolly R. Acosta, President of the NAIA Press Club, Crispina Belen of the Manila Bullettin many more well known showbiz and media personalities.

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Ms. Bella E. Dimayuga
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Mobile: 0920-9704644/0922-8751435/0921/7399571
Telefax: 552-7184

EJ PARK in Manila

Jeff Baek, Human Resource Manager of VERONA Optical, a top of the line producer of contact lenses and eyeglasses using the most modern and sophisticated equipment from Korea [center] with Miss Angel Locsin look alike and another staff from VERONA.

Ambassador Alejandro del Rosario (in blue shirt, far left) ) with Lolit Acosta, President of the NAIIA Press Corps and Usec. Robert T. Rivera, former Undersecretary for Operations, Office of the Press Secretary along with other Press and Media People.

Bella E. Dimayuga with the Head of Midas Hotel Marketing Department, 1973 Miss World 1st Runner Up, Miss Evangeline Pascual and Philantropist, Lolita Escobar Mirpuri.

Roy R. Luga, a cyber advocate who promotes different non-profit advocacy projects in the cyber space internationally with Lolit R. Acosta of Balitaan sa Aloha, Usec. Robert T. Rivera, Bella Dimayuga, representatives of the Midas Hotel with a Media personality, were also among the guests.

Saturday, June 11, 2011


Our attention was caught by a post from the LUGA CLAN, those in Mindanao (which originated from Davao) in Facebook. Its about two brothers, "Iking" and "Nonoy" Luga. They call him Iking and the other, "Nonoy", Tito to others. The outpouring sympathy speaks of the man. He is the father of Eliza Rica Anderson and uncle to Melanie Luga Johnson our long time connected relatives in the net.

Enrique Villareal Luga is the father Eliza Rica Anderson, our long time connected relative in the net, from Davao City. He is married to Perlita Salgado Luga of Cavite City and have 3 children namely: Enrico "Jing" Luga, Romrico "John" Luga and Elizarica "Rica" Luga Anderson. He died a week and a half ago which is Memorial Day in the United States. He died at the age of 67 years old. Two days following Ike's funeral his younger brother Bernardo "Nonoy" Luga also passed away.

Eliza Rica, told us that, "my Uncle Nonoy has been following my Dad wherever he goes. He even left his family in Davao City to stay with us in Cavite just to drive my Dad around and even became my own driver and a caretaker of our house and children, he followed my Dad until death and I am thankful to him."

Regardless of distance and barriers, the man deserves our admiration. The outpouring sympathy from his relatives in Davao, speaks of the Man himself. In behalf of the Alimokon Cyber Advocacy: we sympathize with the Family. We know that he is now in peace with our Creator and his journey into this earth is worth the travel. Birth makes us mortal: Death immortalizes us. Let his name be immortalize for his name and his deed to be remembered in the hearts and minds of those after him. We salute our relative for his worthwhile journey and thank God for the experience of having him, who makes a difference to others. May his soul rest in peace.
(Eliza Rica with Family)

(Melanie with Children)

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Adrian Aclan and Grace Bartolome

Family bonding has been one of the advocacy we have been supporting all these years. We cannot make it to the wedding of the nephew of our long lost friend who reappeared in Facebook. Sister Ana Yape has been our friend way back in our days at the Board of Personnel Inquiry in the Department of Agriculture. Who are we to say no to share our talent to these couple who is about to start their family life, even just for their Pre-Nuptial documentary. To Adrian and Grace, WELCOME TO ALIMOKON CYBER ADVOCACY. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES. Sorry, we can't make it on your wedding day.

Friday, May 20, 2011

A reunion of digital cyber advocates in Isabela in . . .

Fr. Angel Baquiran Luga’s




Raymund F. Catindig






It was nearly three years when we first started the Isabela Awaits You project with Fr. Angel Luga. What was then a simple project now claims its place in the cyber world that hits first spot in google search engine when you search for St. Mathias, Tumauini, Churches and Shrines in Isabela. The history of St. Mathias Church in Tumauini is now in the forefront of google search engine. What has started as a simple project to Commemorate the 75th Death Anniversary of Gen. Mateo Noriel Luga have turned into a worldwide advocacy in the cyber media, that inspired families, relatives and friends to bond together and make DOUBLE CLICK HERE

Friday, March 11, 2011



Raymond Catindig, communication graduate of the Far Eastern University, a veteran news writer who has worked with the Philippine Daily Star among the major dailies in his arsenal of experience joins the Alimokon Cyber Advocay as its main news feature writer! Due to public clamor for Alimokon Cyber Advocacy, which was first envisioned only as a site to advocate for the recognition of General Mateo Noriel Luga (an Ybanag Tribal Leader) as among the greatest hero of this Republic, to bond the Luga Clan and the families of the Ybanag Tribal Warriors from Cagayan Valley who joined him in the Philippine Revolution, to expand its coverage and bring forth developmental, truthful, transparent and objective news in Isabela, RAYMOND CATINDIG decided to join the ALIMOKON CYBER ADVOCACY!

Soon our News Section shall be reformatted for Manong Raymond to deliver us up to date News from Isabela ON LINE! Along with MILA SAMONTE OPSETH of, and tumauini isbela @ Facebook, a group of Tumanuinians with members mostly residing in the United States and Canada and BONIFACIO BUANUAN, the tongue lashing old man in the cyber site of tumauini group in Facebook, and ALIMOKON, CATINDIG was warmly welcomed by well known cyber advocates WORLDWIDE whose combined viewers numbers to nearly a hundred of thousands views whose roots can be traced in Isabela!

To our followers, readers and viewers. WELCOME TO ISABELA NEWS by RAYMUND CATINDIG!

(Pictures: Upper inset box Raymond Catindig [by Raymond Catindig]; Roy R. Luga Mila Samonte Opseth with husband Barry at Valencia, California; Roy R. Luga with Bonifacio Bunuan at West Covina, California.]