Firstly I should say do not let this put you of visiting People’s Park in the Sky Tagaytay, as the view is absolutely stunning and has to rank as one of the best views I have ever seen. Looking out […]
Botanist Gregorio Tiongson Velasquez was Born in born in Calumpit, Bulacan In 1925 and 1931 Gregorio Tiongson Velasquez obtained Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from the University of the Philippines. In 1937 he received a Master of […]
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 […]
OzPhil College is a school that offers a western, modern style of education in the Philippines and is producing great results. The president and founder of the school Delia C. Pascua-McGlew has been an educator for 30 years (27 years […]
Following the end of Martial Law a snap election was held on the 7th February 1986 this election in turn led to the downfall of President Marcos via the People Power Revolution (Also known as EDSA 1.) On a political […]
The Philippines Genocide is the genocide history forgot, you will find in history books the Filipino-American War of 1899-1902 but they fail to mention the genocide carried out by the United States of America on the people of the Philippines. […]
By 9 April 1942 American and Filipino forces had become so weak from hunger they could no longer carry on defending Bataan. Bataan was seen as an ideal defensive position and as far back as 1926 Plan Orange which assumed […]
Manila may get a tube (subway to anyone that is not British) it will be Manila’s first Underground Railway. Japan is hoping to fund and build Metro Manila’s first underground railway to help relieve the congested streets of the Philippines capital Manila. A Philippines […]
New punishment for being drunk in the Philippines The Punishment for being drunk in the Philippines is now being forced to do press-ups. People arrested for being drunk in the Philippines are being made to do press-ups as part of a crackdown on street crime. […]
The long talked about Philippines smoking ban looks like it will be signed in very soon and could even happen today. Smoking will be banned in public places in the Philippines local media has reported. Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Pinol said, […]
The Bud Dajo Massacre 800 to 1,000 killed including women and children The Bud Dajo Massacre was a truly horrific attack by the US army. The Moro villagers lived in a crater of a volcano and numbered 800 to 1,000 including women and children. […]
MANILA, Philippines – Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said if elected president, he is willing to share the natural resources of the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea) with China if that will settle the maritime dispute between the Asian […]
Most people are unaware that there are Racial Discrimination laws in the Philippines. It might come as a shock to learn that racial discrimination laws in the Philippines are very much in line with racial discrimination laws in other countries, the […]
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