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Facts about our National Hero that may have been overlooked in the teaching of history in classrooms.
 
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The life of Juan Luna is decorated with triumphs and recognitions that belie a dark persona.
 
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When they needed a home, the Filipino people opened up theirs.
 
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Habijan learns about what Pride truly means through her father, a devout Catholic.
 
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The Kapampangan murderess was only 16 when she killed her classmate in 1929.
 
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There are a thousand ways to skin a cat, and a thousand ways to regain independence.
 
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Quintin Pastrana, Moira Lang, Quark Henares, and Sarge Lacuesta walk into a cigar bar.
 
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The Spanish painter’s descendants, who are now based in Budapest, found the Facebook post.
 
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Clinton taught us how to live richly; that is to say, to live life in all ways and see everything from all sides.
 
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Religion and revolution go hand-in-hand, but just how much?
 
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Mico Suayan worked on the exclusive Comic Odyssey cover variant, featuring Filipina Marvel superheroine Wave, for War of the Realms: New Agents of Atlas.
 
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Tomas Cloma was a navigator, a dreamer, and a lawyer. Most of all, he was a patriot.
 
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From opportunistic generals to kangaroo courts, some things don’t seem to change.
 
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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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Clark's, the first ice cream shop in the Philippines, was the coolest place in turn-of-the-20th-century Manila.
 
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In a quest for 'likes' and 'subscribers', a generation of wannabe YouTube stars embarked on ever more dangerous pranks - with disastrous consequences. In an extract from his new book YouTubers, Esquire contributor Chris Stokel-Walker tells the story of 'Dammit Boy', a Desert Eagle pistol and life ruined in pursuit of a new kind of celebrity
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