Lio Mangubat

Lio Mangubat is an editor at Summit Books.
 
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In Japanese-occupied Manila, an American woman who was known as "Madame Tsubaki" ran a night club that offered drinks, music, and companionship to homesick soldiers. It was a front for a spy ring that funneled information and supplies to guerilla groups outside the city.
 
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The creators of the Alejandro Pardo Chronicles talk about their new book...and gangsta dwarves
 
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Aletta Henriëtte Jacobs worked actively with prostitutes, providing them a newly-invented contraceptive called a diaphragm (the design of which she added improvements of her own).
 
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Jeoly was a slave from Davao, whose skin was hung at Oxford's Bodleian Library for hundreds of years.
 
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"The British surrounded Fort Santiago.The battle for Manila had ended. The rape of Manila now began." Part 3 of "When Manila was Brutal, Bloody, and British"
 
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"Now, at last, their great siege weapons were ready. At dawn on October 2nd, the battery opened fire. The cannonballs fell as thick as the rain, slamming into the fortress walls and the bastion of San Andres."
 
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The 1762 British occupation of Manila makes for a gripping, brutal war movie.
 
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Fusion food and a fine ambiance, all for the sake of sake
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