Mario Alvaro Limos

Features Editor
Mario is a published author of Social Science textbooks for high school students. His books are widely distributed in schools throughout the country. He is curious about many things, which include history, heritage, culture, and politics. As a writer, he wants readers to rediscover their history and heritage, and gain a better appreciation of Filipino culture.
 
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The government revives "Yosi Kadiri," the iconic anti-smoking campaign of the '90s.
 
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These Filipino Senators were not politicians but real statesmen.
 
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A non-spoiler movie review of "Quezon's Game:" a movie that reveals a hidden chapter of Manuel L. Quezon’s life and presidency.
 
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Political dynasties in the Philippines can trace their origins to the Spanish colonization.
 
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How the Chinese in Manila during the 17th to 19th centuries survived a ruthless persecution by the Spaniards, and still emerged as crucial economic assets in the Philippines.
 
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All things must end, even highly entrenched political dynasties.
 
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Some of these seemingly innocent acts can get you arrested if you do them on election day.
 
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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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When every other country was closing their doors to the Holocaust refugees, Filipinos proudly opened theirs, saving the lives of 1,200 Jewish refugees in the Philippines.
 
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Out of thousands of candidates, it was Filipino model Nicholas Millado who was selected to be the face of Scorpion in Mortal Kombat 11.
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