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The Filipino First policy was a reaction to a horrific law the Americans passed in 1946.
 
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This is the amazing tale of a soldier, an appendix, and a spontaneous self-surgery.
 
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His death birthed the Yamashita standard, or what many simply call command responsibility.
 
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Often untold but never forgotten, the Wha Chi battalion fought alongside Filipino soldiers in the fight against the Japanese.
 
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It’s the second year in a row that Filipinos won the prestigious competition.
 
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Gomez, Burgos, and Zamora solidified the secularization movement and the nascent nationalism felt by so many.
 
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Feuding families, grisly murders, crimes of passion, and more!
 
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Three different accounts shed light on how foreigners viewed the country. 
 
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No one has ever managed to actually kill a Philippine President. But the same cannot be said for their spouses.
 
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Quiapo's gayuma vendors are highly secretive and protective of their livelihood.
 
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Jesus Christ may have something to do with it.
 
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Liwayway Gawgaw gave birth to Oishi, one of only three Filipino companies that have significant international footprint.
 
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With the bans lifted, residents can now return to their homes. But the damage is already done.
 
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A look back at his 2007 Esquire profile.
 
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A compelling new documentary shines a light on the Philippines’ biggest moral victory in World War II.
 
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