Isang hari, nagtatrabaho bilang piloto ng isang airline company? Ang mga world leaders tulad ng presidente ang mga sinasabing kapitan ng bansang kanilang pinamumunuan. Nakasalalay sa kanila ang pag-unlad o paglubog ng isang bansa. Halimbawa ang Pilipinas, tayo nakasakay sa isang malaking eroplano, at si President Duterte ang kapitan natin, atRead More →

Gilas Pilipinas hits the court against Australian club Adelaide 36ers tonight at Meralco Gym in the first of two closed-door friendlies intended to give the team a good workout and gauge of progress eight days before plunging into action in the FIBA World Cup. Gilas coach Yeng Guiao said the NationalsRead More →

A picture paints a thousand words. By simply looking beyond antique photos that have withstood the wrath of time, one can learn stories more fascinating than what you usually find in history textbooks. Below are some of the most interesting Pinoy vintage photos with intriguing backstories. 10. Magellan’s Monument (1898). With an iconic presenceRead More →

There’s more to Philippine history than boring facts and useless details. In fact, it is full of twists, mysteries, and everything nice–just like our typical evening telenovelas.  El Renacimiento Filipino, for example, was brimming with some of the most morbid pictures imaginable. From unusual deformities to recuerdos de patay (cadaver photos), this pre-war magazineisRead More →

Although the Philippine Revolution, the Philippine-American War, the World War II, and the Korean War are generally what comes to mind whenever someone asks what wars Filipinos fought in, it’s good to know that our ancestors actually played a vital role in the many famous foreign conflicts of history. AfterRead More →