Historia

Today is Rizal Day

After the Rizal day ceremonies there were activities headed by various groups that followed around Manila. The sky as clear as it was when Rizal walked to his hill of death. Military men all prepared for the days ceremonial rites. Parades and other festivities were held to commemorate the death of the Filipino hero around […]

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Muntinglupa

The Night Goes on in Muntinlupa

A poem by two Japanese prisoner of war made into a song by popular Japanese artist Hamako Watanabe in the 50’s. The poem was dedicated by prisoners, Gintaro Shirota and Masayuso Ito, to their executed comrades in the hills of Muntinlupa. “Muntinlupa”, the song, was said to have been the reason President Elpidio Quirino pardoned […]

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Bulacan | Pampanga

Candaba in December…

Candaba is one of the biggest town in Campampangan territory. It shares its borders with two other provinces: Tarlac to the North, Bulacan on the East side. Very few know that it’s also one of the first to be established and given a chief under the Spanish. Aside from its historical significance as a pioneering […]

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Singapura

San Miguel Beer Bar @ Changi

The brand is a genuine Filipino original. It enjoys bigger following even in countries like Hong Kong and  Singapore. I found this booth in Changi Budget Terminal serving passengers waiting for their flights back home. We don’t have a lot of big international brands that are well-known all over the world. So I get excited, like […]

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Muntinglupa

Dinner @ Hapchan Alabang

We had our little get together slash “despedida” last Friday at Hapchan. I was totally entertained by the funny stories. Takes my mind out of the “now”. It was a simple dinner and everybody had a great time and bloated guts! This team will always have a “lugar especial en mi corazon”. Hired all of ’em […]

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