Anahaw (Livistona rotundifolia) is a native palm with smooth leaves or tree of wood and with leaves bent on the edges of branches. It is considered the National Leaves of the Philippines. The leaves of Anahaw are broad, round and, green. The leaves stalk are thorny and grow around its own body. The leaves reach a height… Read More »
Filipino Junior Tankers wins 8 golds. Ang galing ng atletang Filipino Congratulations to our national junior swimming team for winning 8 gold, 13 silver and 9 bronze medals for the Philippines at the 43rd SEA Age-Group Swimming Championships in Penh, Cambodia! The event was held from June 28 to June 30, 2019.
On this day, July 1, in 1902, the United States Congress enacted the Philippine Organic Act, authored by Rep. Henry Allen Cooper (R-Wisconsin). The law established the Insular Government of the Philippine Islands and served as its basic law. The law also established a bicameral Philippine legislature composed of the Philippine Commission and the Philippine Assembly. The… Read More »
Martin Delgado is a teacher and a General of the Philippine Revolution. He led the rise/hoisting of the Philippine flag in Santa Barbara, Iloilo. It is the first outside of Luzon. He declares the Federal Republic of the Visayas in December 1898. During his leadership, the revolutionaries in Iloilo have been fighting for more than a month… Read More »
Learn about the different sexual orientation and gender identities and find out what LGBTQIA+ stand for. Humanity is so diverse and that makes our world colorful and wonderful. Spread the knowledge and spread the love. Let the pride colors shine bright. What is the L in LGBTQIA+? Lesbian A lesbian woman is one who is romantically, sexually,… Read More »