There is no doubt that MMDA needs to up its game, the number of parking tickets MMDA issue is very small compared to other major cities in the world. MMDA is trying hard to clear the streets of Manila but […]
I decided to research the History of the Philippines Tricycle after I saw a comment yesterday from someone who said he was proud of the tricycle because it was Philippines made, I find it a strange thing to be proud […]
Many articles on Philippines First Railway say it was built by the Spanish, while it is true that the Philippines First Railway Line was built under Spanish rule and it was a royal decree issued by King Alfonso XII of […]
There are many books and articles on English for Filipinos this is in no way a guide to learning the English language, it is more pointing out common mistakes some Filipinos make. Common Mistakes The most common of all the […]
In 1949 a British Company Thomas De La Rue & Company, Limited got the contract to print Philippines Banknotes. The Victory’ series of Banknotes were printed in 1944, to be used upon the return of MacArthur. When he came ashore in […]
Culture shock can range be simply that something is done differently to what you are used too, right through to something that you find really shocking, or something that makes you feel bad, and many things in between. Philippines Culture […]
In 1935 the Philippines nearly became part of the British Commonwealth of Nations which would mean Queen Elizabeth II would be Queen of the Philippines. On the 20th of January 1935 a secret liaison agent working for President Quezon contacted […]
Former England captain and Rangers legend Terry Butcher has been appointed as head coach of the Philippines national team. Butcher has replace ex-Leverkusen defender Thomas Dooley as head coach. The former England captain has been out of work since he […]
I can not be sure when the British first arrived in the Philippines, the first reference I can find to the British being in the Philippines is about 1686–1688. William Dampier who was an English navigator and explorer who is […]
A Pinoy couple ran an illegal money lending business for nurses in the NHS and health workers from their home in Torquay, a court has been told. Nardo and Theodora Bacquain loaned money to members of the Filipino community living in England. The couple claimed they […]
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