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In 1582, the Japanese invaded the Philippines. It’s not what you think.
 
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"Garry Shandling always said to me, 'Don’t get mad, get funny.' It changed my life."
 
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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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The youngest elected mayor of the city of Manila looks back at his roots and towards the future filled with possibilities.
 
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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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Try taking a trip to Sagada to gain a newfound appreciation for coffee.
 
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Writer, researcher, father, socialist, politician, Isabelo de los Reyes lived a most charming life.
 
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Why do older people fall for fake news? A study shines a light on the reasons.
 
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Facts about our National Hero that may have been overlooked in the teaching of history in classrooms.
 
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The life of Juan Luna is decorated with triumphs and recognitions that belie a dark persona.
 
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When they needed a home, the Filipino people opened up theirs.
 
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Raising a young man, his sister's son, Rico Quimbo figured out when best to let go.
 
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Habijan learns about what Pride truly means through her father, a devout Catholic.
 
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From being a serial killer to resurrecting as a chicken, these are the most absurd Jose Rizal myths bandied about by Filipinos.
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