It is July. In Tanauan City, Batangas Province, the celebrations of the National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week which culminates on July 23, birthday of Apolinario Mabini, subject of my current documentary is very well observed. 262 more words
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Enshrined in “The Sublime Paralytic” is the life and times of Apolinario Mabini , First Prime Minister, First Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the First Philippine Republic, and the man who could have been the First Chief Justice of the Supreme Court were he not physically disabled. 174 more words
Surprisingly yes!!! I came across an article written three years ago by Clarence Tsui. Ngayon ko lang ba naman nakita! Ay sus!!! He says:
“Of the seven short films lined up for the first omnibus screening at the second Hong Kong International Deaf Film Festival, Mi ultimo adios stands out for its political and cultural significance. 229 more words
I am working on my digital videos I call Project Mabini — and there are two of them. They are both bio-documentaries about our hero, Apolinario Mabini. 284 more words
(c) National Council on Disability Affairs (http://www.ncda.gov.ph/featured-filipino-pwd/apolinario-mabini) for the picture.
Apolinario Mabini y Maranan was born on July 23, 1864 in a village named Talaga in the town Tanauan, province of Batangas. 864 more words