Will The Philippine Jeepney Soon Be Extinct?

Will The Philippine Jeepney Soon Be Extinct?

Are Filipinos ready for demise of their trustee commuter jeepney?

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Honoring My Dad, a War Veteran

Honoring My Dad, a War Veteran

Congressional recognition came too late for a personal hero.

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[PARTNER] Advocates call on the House of Representatives to pass the Filipino World War II Veterans Congressional Gold Medal bill

[PARTNER] Advocates call on the House of Representatives to pass the Filipino World War II Veterans Congressional Gold Medal bill

As the nation pauses to honor all American veterans and thank them for their dedication and loyal service to the United States, Filipino World War II veterans are still waiting for recognition from the U.S. Congress, which denied them their rights and benefits in the 1946 Rescission Acts.

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Ordeal By Fire

Ordeal By Fire

How one family survived the holocaust that was the Battle for Manila.

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The Lost Treasure of Corregidor



The Lost Treasure of Corregidor



No one has seen Yamashita’s treasure or the Golden Buddha, but the lost treasure of Corregidor was even audited.

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Lulu’s Fifty-Peso Christmas Gift

Lulu’s Fifty-Peso Christmas Gift

In 1947, a sad, pregnant young wife strolling in downtown Manila gladdened the hearts of another mother and her brood of nine.

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A Bookstore of Filipino Aspirations

A Bookstore of Filipino Aspirations

National Artist for Literature F. Sionil Jose Turns 90
A bookstore that’s a corridor to the past.

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The Boogie Woogie Boys

The Boogie Woogie Boys

All-Filipino WWII Fighting Units in the U.S. Armed Forces remember Bataan.

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12 Mind-blowing Facts About Metro Manila

12 Mind-blowing Facts About Metro Manila

Think you know almost everything about Metro Manila? Think again.

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Remember Bataan

Remember Bataan

What you didn’t know about the Filipinos’ heroic role in WWII, the Bataan Death March and postwar betrayal.

    

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