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Separating fact from misinformation about one of the most important figures who shaped Philippine history.
 
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Labor leader and worker's champion Crisanto Evangelista left an indelible mark in Philippine history.
 
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Bukas Quiapo isn't your ordinary kind of tour.
 
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The history of kare-kare has many narratives and we look at three competing claims to its invention.
 
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Can you be both a man and a feminist?
 
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The fate of one of the first big shopping malls in the metro is uncertain.
 
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Mega Global’s founder and CEO William Tiu Lim takes us on a literal "sardine run."
 
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Its characteristic red hue may imply a gory past.
 
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Apollo 11's third astronaut orbited the moon, all alone, while his colleagues walked on it.
 
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Douglas MacArthur is famous for liberating us from the Japanese, but he's also known to have had a passionate affair with Dimples Cooper.
 
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In 1582, the Japanese invaded the Philippines. It’s not what you think.
 
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The backstories behind Datu Puti, Ginebra San Miguel, and Jollibee.
 
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The Chinese sided with the British when the latter invaded Manila in 1762.
 
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Negritos have long been the subject of fascination all over the world, but none is more important than the King of all Negritos.
 
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Aguinaldo had a lot to say about science and how technology can perfect humans.
 
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Fernando Poe Sr. graduated from dental school, survived the Death March, and was the original king of Filipino films. Witness his extraordinary life in exclusive photos.
 
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In his 52-year reign, Sultan Kudarat successfully repelled Spain’s conquests to subdue Mindanao.
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