Teaching the new generations to dig deeper in to our history will later lead to social change
How a day of defeat became ‘Araw ng Kagitingan’
What great irony it is for the Imperial Japanese invaders to call the defeat of the Philippine and the American Army as “Araw ng Kagitingan.”
Honoring Filipinas Who Built our Nation
We uphold the #Filipina—never timid, always compassionate, fiercely loving and imbued with lofty vision and strength.
The Common Mistake Every Independence Day
Saying that we commemorate the ‘122 anniversary of Philippine independence’ today implies that we have had our national sovereignty and independence for the past 122 years, which is not historically accurate.
How Ugly the Jennies May Well Be
Note: This is a work of fiction, based on true historical facts. The year 1918 came when Fort Stotsenburg was renamed Clark Air Field and hosted, aside from the US Cavalry in the Pacific, the new US 13th Air Force and with it came hordes of aircrafts for military aviation and thousands of motorized vehicle…