A Valiant People's Army

A Valiant People's Army

Rare photographs to memorialize a people’s army that fought and bled for Philippine independence

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State Dinner from Hell

State Dinner from Hell

That unpleasant aftertaste from the Malacañang dinner for President Obama

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In Rome, Doing As the Filipinos Do

In Rome, Doing As the Filipinos Do

Basking in the familiar with compatriots in the Eternal City.

    

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Rizal’s Cook Remembers a Good Man

Rizal’s Cook Remembers a Good Man

The national hero’s Cantonese cook affirms his humanity.

    

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Why June 12 Is Different from Other Days

Why June 12 Is Different from Other Days

With an American takeover looming, the Filipino revolutionary leadership hastily declared Philippine independence.

    

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Little Brown Brothers’ St. Louis Blues: The Philippine Exposition, 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair

Little Brown Brothers’ St. Louis Blues: The Philippine Exposition, 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair

A Philippine Exposition with more than 130 buildings was built on 47 acres of fairground. 

    

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Park of Ages

Park of Ages

Often overlooked by tourists, the American Military Cemetery and Memorial in Makati, Philippines, is a graceful testament to the fallen Allied warriors of World War II.

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The Day We Were Included

The Day We Were Included

On the inclusion of gay and lesbian rights in President Barack Obama's second inaugural speech.

    

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