Gregoria de Jesus “Lakambini ng Katipunan” was the first woman to join the Katipunan and played multiple role in the organization and performed many duties that only women can do. This duty includes hiding all the essential paperwork of the organization. She learned to be a real soldier, rode a horse, and fired guns to… Read More »
Taosug means “People of the Current” because of their geographical location in the Sulu archipelago. They possess unquestionable courage and bravery, therefore Taosug are also Tao Maisug or “brave people”. The Taosugs have built communities in some areas in Davao City.(Museo Dabawenyo) Kilalanin sila sa Kalinaw Kultura Launch ngayong November 29, sa Abreeza Mall Davao,… Read More »
Hilario D.G. Lara is a national scientist and considered as the father of modern public health. He dedicated his life researching diseases such as measles, diphtheria, and dysentery to prevent their spread in the Philippines.
Today In History, November 22, 1896, “Huseng Batute” or Jose Corazon de Jesus was born. He was born in Santa Cruz, Manila. Jose Corazon de Jesus is a poet. A poet is a person who creates poetry. Poets may describe themselves as such or be described as such by others. A poet may simply be a writer… Read More »
On this day, November 21, 1849, Spanish Governor-General Narciso Claveria decreed the printing of Catalogo Alfabetico de Apellidos, which systematically assigned Spanish surnames to Filipinos. The following is the list of Filipino surnames in the Catalogo alfabetico de apellidos: Abacan Abaday Abalahin Abao Abat Abay Abaya Abayan Abayari Abeya Abiad Abinsay Abiog Ablang Ablasa Ablog… Read More »