Mario Alvaro Limos for Townandcountry.ph

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Mario is a published author of Social Science textbooks for high school students. He is curious about many things, which include history, heritage, culture, and politics. As a writer, he wants Filipinos to rediscover their history and heritage, and gain a better appreciation of Filipino culture.
 
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Zobel de Ayala said companies should consider flexible work arrangements for their employees to maximize their productivity and encourage better work-life integration.
 
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Rivera allegedly burned all of Rizal’s letters and had the ashes sewn into the fabric of her wedding dress.
 
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Malacañang’s regal halls, gleaming floors of wood, and reinforced walls belie a history of humble beginnings and constant changes.
 
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Rare pieces of religious artwork from the 16th century to the late 19th century are showcased at the new museum.
 
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Forbes Park is a result of an urban plan that can be traced back to a hundred years’ history, beginning in the 1800s.