Category Archives: Government

What are the Qualifications of a Mayor in the Philippines?

  The Qualifications of a Mayor in the Philippines are the following: Citizen of the Philippines At least 23 years of age for highly urbanized city,  At least 21 years of age for independent component cities, component cities, and municipalities on election day. Registered voter in the city or municipality where the candidate intends to be elected. Resident… Read More »

Common diseases every summer in the Philippines

  This summer, common diseases are easy to contract or to catch. Be aware of possible illness so that it can be avoided. Our eyes are sensitive especially this summer. The following are the common diseases every summer in the Philippines Sore Eyes Cough and Cold Diarrhea Sunburn Skin Disease Dog Bite and Cat Bite Mga karaniwang sakit… Read More »

Cry of Pugad Lawin

  The Cry of Pugad Lawin, August 23, 1896, In the then hilly sitio in Balintawak, the  katipuneros tore their “cedulas,” officially launching the Philippine revolution against  Spain. On August 23, 1896, in a then hilly and forested sitio of Pugad Lawin in Balintawak, now part of Quezon City, the Katipuneros led by Andres Bonifacio tore their “cedulas”… Read More »

Who is Francisco Dagohoy?

  Francisco Dagohoy led the longest Filipino uprising against the Spanish in 1744 to 1828. Although the uprising was sparked by personal reasons, there were 3,000 people who accompanied him to the mountains where they lived freelly, without discrimination, and live in peace for 85 years. Pinangunahan niya ang pinakamahabang pag-aaklas ng mga Filipino laban sa mga Espanol… Read More »

Quirino LRT Station

  The Quirino LRT Station is located between Pedro Gil station and Vito Cruz station. Quirino LRT Station was named after the 6th President of the Philippines, Elpidio Rivera Quirino. Quirino was among the Filipino delegates who went to Washington D.C. for an independence mission that paved the way for the freedom of the Philippines from American control.… Read More »