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Revisiting Andres Bonifacio

For one reason or another, there are fewer materials on Andres Bonifacio compared to other contemporaneous historical figures. For instance, there is only one available photograph of Bonifacio and it showed him wearing a coat!

President Duterte hopes that he would never declare a revolutionary government during the 154th birth anniversary of Filipino revolutionary leader and de facto national hero Andres Bonifacio yesterday.

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Alden Richards depicts the life story of activist and awarded screenwriter Boni Ilagan in “Alaala: A Martial Law Special,” set to air tomorrow on GMA. It is said to be Alden’s boldest portrayal yet.

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Jose Rizal was born 156 years ago, on June 19, 1861, in Calamba, Laguna. He went on to live a life that embodied the ideals of the Filipino nation, writing two novels – Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo – that became the intellectual expression of the strengthening nationhood of the Filipinos stirring to life after centuries of Spanish colonial rule.

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Filmbios of heroes and PH Presidents

Today, June 12, is Independence Day and so Highspeed suggests filmbios of heroes and noted personalities, especially Philippine Presidents.

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LATE last year, during the centennial celebration of my alma mater, I was invited to talk about an interesting and rather difficult topic, “On Service to the Country.” This column is based loosely on this speech which I delivered during the alumni homecoming of the University of the Philippines-College of Business Administration last December 6, 2016.

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