The Way We Were: Rare Color Photos of the Philippines in the 1950s

By | 11/04/2016

Although he is best known for his stirring photos of the Vietnam War and Cultural Revolution in China, Marc Riboud also visited the Philippines in 1958 and used his talent to preserve a lot of memories. Some of these candid shots featured people from all walks of life and classes–from the late President Carlos P. Garcia to ordinary folks doing ordinary things.

10 Shocking Old-Timey Practices Filipinos Still Do Today

By | 11/04/2016

Contrary to popular belief, not all the shocking practices our ancestors used to do have been relegated to the dustbin of history. In fact, these practices—far from being consigned to the schoolbooks—are actually very much in vogue today (some more than others).

11 Things You Never Knew About Gregorio Del Pilar

By | 11/02/2016

General Gregorio “Goyo” del Pilar’s death at the age of 24 is a perpetual reminder that heroism knows no race, no gender, and certainly no age. Let’s pay tribute to the “boy general” who died fighting for our freedom, and whose legacy continues to inspire young Filipinos today.

Only The Creepiest Photos From Philippine History

By | 11/01/2016

There’s more to Philippine history than boring facts and useless details. In fact, it is full of twists, mysteries and everything nice–just like our typical evening telenovelas. Here are just some candid shots showing the dark, macabre side of Philippine history.