Posts Tagged ‘History’

August 21, 2013 » Remembering President Manuel Quezon’s Code of Ethics
July 15, 2013 » For teachers, how to secure funds for educational field trips
June 12, 2013 » Why the Malolos Congress matters a lot in Philippine history
February 14, 2012 » Revisiting the life of Manila’s first elected mayor Arsenio Lacson
January 02, 2012 » Filipino heroine ‘Tandang Sora’ returns to her birthplace in Quezon City
October 17, 2011 » Historians, students get ‘limited’ access to National Archives
October 05, 2011 » DepEd exhibit promotes education for indigenous people
September 16, 2011 » Remembering the greatest Filipino diplomat and modern-day hero Carlos P. Romulo
July 11, 2011 » Pinoy males were more ‘affectionate’ a century ago, says historian
June 24, 2011 » Lessons the Filipino youth can learn from national hero Dr. Jose Rizal
June 22, 2011 » How these three women influenced Jose Rizal
June 03, 2011 » Gabriela Silang is the ‘Joan of Arc’ of Ilocos
May 08, 2011 » Historian urges young Filipinos to learn more about the heroism of war veterans
April 13, 2011 » Part 3 of ‘TAGUMPAY: Ang Imahe ng mga Beterano at Bayaning Pilipino noon Digmaang Pasipiko’
April 12, 2011 » Part 2 of ‘TAGUMPAY: Ang Imahe ng mga Beterano at Bayaning Pilipino noon Digmaang Pasipiko’
April 09, 2011 » Documentary film highlights heroism of Filipino war veterans
September 24, 2010 » Philippines joins search for more galleon shipwrecks
September 01, 2010 » Paper-mâché exhibit in Bataan seaport depicts historic Death March
August 31, 2010 » How an unheralded leader named Sakay built the ‘Tagalog Republic’
August 24, 2010 » Manila celebrates trade history with Día del Galeón festival
August 06, 2010 » Go beyond books to learn Filipino history, says noted historian
August 05, 2010 » Callao man could be ‘oldest’ human in Asia Pacific, says Filipino archaeologist
June 18, 2010 » Learn Philippine history through coins and bills