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Throwback to Pasig River’s rich cultural heritage


 Pasig River is the story of Filipino people. It is often said that in order for a society to effectively progress into the future, they must never forget to look back and constantly remember and learn from the things that happened in the past. Last June 8, 4 days befoe the Philippines commemorate 118th year of Independence, The Philippine Information Agency – National Capital Region (PIA-NCR), in coopertaion with the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) and the Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) conducted a river tour that combined history and rehabilitation advocacy regarding the river that once gave […]


Celebrate Pres. Quirino’s 125th Birth Anniversary through commemorative exhibit


 Former President Elpidio Quirino was the 6th President of the Philippines, who rebuilt a devastated country by war, would be turning 125 years old this coming November 16, 2015. President Quirino‘s legacy will be commemorated through visual and digital exhibit at the Ayala Museum from November 7 to 28, 2015. Largely drawn from the Filipinas Heritage Library and the President Elpidio Quirino Foundation‘s rich collection of papers and memorabilia, Defining Quirino highlights stories of one statesman’s journey from teacher to president, his vision and achievements, and his deep sense of humanity encapsulated in Tolerance, Goodwill, and Love. “The exhibit highlights […]

DIPLOMAT HOTEL IN BAGUIO. Scariest and spookiest place on top of Dominican Hill in Baguio City.

One scary visit at Diplomat Hotel in Baguio


 Are you up for one scary story that will make you awake the whole night? In the spirit of Halloween, All Saints Day, and All Souls Day (Oct. 31, Nov. 1, and Nov. 2, respectively), we are sharing with you one story that will send goosebumps and shiver to the spines. This one particular story happened in Baguio, and you know this place. Countless stories has been shared by almost everyone who visits the summer capital of this country. Is it because of the many urban legends, myths, and without the exemption of World War II stories, that labeled Baguio as one of […]