The Philippine Flag’s 3 Stars

  What does The Philippine Flag’s 3 Stars mean? Originally symbolized “the principal islands of the archipelago” at the time, namely Luzon, Mindanao, and Panay, not the major island groups of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao that the stars symbolize today. You may want to read: The flag of the Philippines The Philippine Flag’s Sun

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On this day, May 23

  On this day, May 23, in 1918, Mariano Ponce dies in HongKong on his way to visit his friend Sun Yat-sen. He left behind his Japanese wife, Okiyo Udangwa, and 4 children. He was Rizal’s friend, and advocate for recognition of Philippine independence among our Asian neighbors. Ponce’s remains were returned with the help of his fellow… Read More »

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PMA Masidlawin Class of 2020 Top 10 Graduate

  PMA Masidlawin Class of 2020 Top 10 Graduate Top 1 Gemalyn Sugui – Echague, Isabela Top 2 Jade Villanueva – Tacloban City Top 3 Jefferson Salazar – Zamboanga City Top 4 Rotes Gaile Jamandre – Ifugao Top 5 Jeb Bay-an – La Trinidad, Benguet Top 6 Catabay Ladyong – Kalinga Top 7 Vanelyn Angel Tabao – Tuguegarao… Read More »

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Chico Island Wildlife Sanctuary

  Chico Island Wildlife Sanctuary Year established: April 23, 2000 Area covered: 7.7 hectares Location: Masbate Municipality: Cawayan Biological Characteristics: 1. Home to diverse Mangrove Tree Species such as Kulasi, Pagatpat, Saging-saging, Bakawang lalake at babae, Tingal, Api-api, and Buta-buta. 2. A safe haven for Migratory Birds. You may want to read: Ocampo Deer Farm of Camarines Sur

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Bicol Natural Park

  Bicol Natural Park Year established: December 29, 2000 Area Covered: 5,466.35 hectares Location: Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur Municipalities Covered: Basud and San Lorenzo in Camarines Norte Lupi and Sipocot in Camarines Sur Biological Characteristics: Bicol Natural Park is the home for the Bicol Abiki (Pinanga bicolana), an endemic plant species in Bicol Region. Home for 120… Read More »

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