Manuel Luis Quezon Y Molina

Manuel Luis Quezon Y Molina Manuel Quezon was born on August 29, 1878, in Baler, Aurora Province. His father is Lucio Quezon was a Spanish colonial army officer, while his mother, Maria Dolores Molina, was a primary school teacher. Manuel started studying in Manila when he was nine years old and stayed there until university. … Read more

Project Pagsibol

“Project Pagsibol”, a project that aims to aid the Department of Tourism (DOT) in creating research-based projects and policies to enrich its current domestic tourism program. You may want to read: The ULAT Project Subic Freeport Expressway Project


Garing: The Philippines at the Crossroads of Ivory Trade “GARING: The Philippines at the Crossroads of Ivory Trade” explores the early roots of the ivory trade in the country while looking into contemporary issues that promote the fight against elephant poaching and illicit trafficking in ivory. The earliest prehistoric age in the Philippines dates back … Read more

Plantlasang Pinoy

Plantlasang Pinoy – Recommended proportions for a healthy and balanced plant-based meal. Body Building Proteins – beans, legumes, nuts, and seeds Energy-Giving Carbohydrates – grains, and starchy vegetables Body-Regulating Vitamins and Minerals – fruits and vegetables Hydration – water You may want to read: Fiesta Pinoy Pinggang Pinoy

Guelan Luarca

Guelan Larca: 2022 Gawad Rolando S. Tinio sa Tagasalin Translator’s Prize Guelan Luarca is a playwright and translator, actor, and director for the stage. He has twice won First Prize in the Don Carlos Palanca Awards for Literature for his one-act plays “Mga Kuneho” and “Bait,” which both premiered at the Virgin Labfest. He recently … Read more