A housewife, a seven-year-old child, and a young Katipunera. One fateful day in 1898, these three women had their paths converged in Hong Kong to create a flag that symbolized the rebirth of a nation. A flag that can tell inspiring tales of patriotism—if only we let it speak.
This is how a mother’s lullaby gave birth to a bittersweet song created just as much for adults as it is for children—“Sa Ugoy Ng Duyan”
He was a 19th-century laborer who should have died in obscurity. But with a bit of luck and a touch of patriotism, he made a decision that ultimately placed his name in the annals of history
Tucked away in a cabinet at the 7th floor of a New York City building were a group of 18 rare daguerreotypes of Manila from the 1840s, possibly the oldest photographic record of the Philippines ever discovered.
After all, Italians live in Italy and Malaysians are the people of Malaysia. So why on earth can’t they call us Philippians or Philippinos? The answer lies in our history, and it’s a tad complex than you thought.