In 1922, American philanthropist Elsie Gaches published a cookbook called Good Cooking and Health in the Tropics to raise money for the American Guardian Association in Manila, which cared for orphaned American children in the Philippines.
The Jones Law of 1916 restructured the Philippine Legislature into the Senate (which replaced the Philippine Commission) and the House of Representatives (which replaced the Philippine Assembly).
This article on the 1916 Elections—the first time a senate was elected in the Philippines—is a preview of the second edition of the Philippine Electoral Almanac, which will be released in December 2015.
The 1922 legislative elections was a watershed moment in the development of Philippine politics.
On May 6, 1942, Corregidor Island, the island fortress at the entrance of Manila Bay, fell to the Japanese Imperial Army.
I am a Filipino–inheritor of a glorious past, hostage to the uncertain future. As such I must prove equal to a two-fold task–the task of meeting my responsibility to the past, and the task of performing my obligation to the future.
May tanda ng pragmatismo, konsensiya, at pagtangging magtilad ng mga salita ang paniniwala ni Mabini sa paggawa ng tama. Patungkol sa ideolohiyang politikal at idealismong makatwiran ni Mabini. (Bahagi ng paggunita sa ika-150 taon ng kapanganakan ni Apolinario Mabini.)
Si Mabini ang makinang na luminaryong legal na nagtatag ng pundasyong burukratiko ng republika ni Aguinaldo, at masasabing siyang Unang Modernong Pilipino. (Bahagi ng komemorasyon ng ika-150 taong kapanganakan ni Mabini.)
Thanksgiving Day used to be a Philippine holiday Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday of November, every year, as an American public and federal holiday. But did you know that, for several decades, Thanksgiving had also been celebrated in the Philippines? During the American period (1901–1935), the Philippines, being an continue reading : Thanksgiving in the Philippines
The Battle of Leyte Gulf is the largest naval battle in the Pacific, and the largest naval battle in recorded history. The battle spanned 100,000 square miles of sea; and was fought for three days, from October 23 to October 25, 1944, during the invasion of Leyte by the Allied forces. The Japanese had been continue reading : 70th anniversary of the Battle of Leyte Gulf