Mario Alvaro Limos for Esquiremag.ph

 
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The Chinese sided with the British when the latter invaded Manila in 1762.
 
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A USAID-funded project provides high school graduates aged 18 to 24 with work-based skills training.
 
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The life of Juan Luna is decorated with triumphs and recognitions that belie a dark persona.
 
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In 1962, President Diosdado Macapagal moved the commemoration of Independence Day from July 4 to June 12.
 
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The National Language is stricken from the college curriculum.
 
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The true legacy of Nick Joaquin lies not in the volume or richness or brilliance of his works, but in the optimism in the Filipino.
 
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During the 17th to 19th centuries, the Chinese survived a ruthless persecution by the Spaniards, and still emerged as crucial economic assets in the Philippines.
 
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When every other country was closing their doors to the Holocaust refugees, Filipinos proudly opened theirs, saving the lives of 1,200 Jewish refugees in the Philippines.
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