On September 17, 1935, the first national elections in the Philippines were held. President Manuel L. Quezon ushered in the dawn of the Commonwealth era after beating Gregorio Aglipay and revolutionary President Emilio Aguinaldo. This began the 10-year transitional period in preparation for the country’s independence from the United States of America.
A man was arrested after a bomb joke at the MRT-Guadalupe station. Arestado ang isang lalaki matapos magbiro na may bomba sa MRT-Guadalupe [email protected] Kept in mind that there is a law in the Philippines called the Anti-Bomb Joke law which is a special crime. Anti-Bomb Joke law is a special crime that is committed when there… Read More »
Let’s welcome the month of hearts and the arts! Take a look at Museo Pambata’s line-up of activities for February. February 2-3 – Pasinaya 2019 Join the largest multi-arts festival in the country, for a minimum suggested donation of Php 50 you can visit any of the event’s partner locations. February 2 – MP Shadow Lab 10… Read More »
Check out the Calendar of Events for the Ani ng Sining: The Philippine Arts Festival 2019! Happy National Arts Month! Halina’t maki-sining! January January 1 – Musikapuluan Visayas Dumaguete (Siliman University) January 31 – Press Conference (Bago City) February February 1 – Visayas Opening Ceremony Bago City Municipal Grounds Musikapuluan Visayas Catbalogan Samar February 1-2 –… Read More »
The last Monday of January of every year has been declared as a special working holiday in observance of the National Bible Day to emphasize the policy of the state that the government shall aid and encourage the development of the moral character and spiritual foundation of the people.