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We Salute You!

There were leaders that have existed in this world who are considered to this day as legends. Most of us fail to acknowledge these great people who have accomplished a lot for the sake of future generations. 1,179 more words

Corazon Aquino

In gratitude, Corazon Aquino





President Corazon Aquino was born on January 25, 1933 in San Juan de Dios Hospital in the City of Manila. She passed away in 2010 after battling cancer for more than a year. 1,218 more words

Corazon Aquino

Dionisia Pacquiao hailed Time Person of the Year 2014

NEW YORK CITY – The Gensan-bred vixen Dionisia “Mommy D” Pacquiao, mother of the Pambansang Kamao (National Fist) Manny Pacquiao was hailed by Time to be the Person of the Year (POY) for 2014. 156 more words

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First Female PM, First Female President, and How They Got There

Quiz time!

1. What was the first country to have a female head of state?

Sri Lanka!

In 1960, Sirimavo Bandaranaike became the first Prime Minister of Sri Lanka and of any country in the world! 349 more words

Eulogy for Father Victor L. Badillo, SJ by the Astronomical League of the Philippines (ALP)

by Jose A. Aguilar, M.D.
Vice-President, ALP

Good evening. I am Dr. Jett Aguilar, a medical doctor and an amateur astronomer representing the Astronomical League of the Philippines (ALP) 1,158 more words

Corazon Aquino


Corazon Aquino was the first woman to become president of the Philippines and the first female president of any Asian country. Corazon staunchly opposed the current governmental regime of the Philippines and, at the urging of the people, ran in the election for president under the United Nationalist Democratic Organization though she had no previous political experience. 278 more words

First Woman

Thursday, September 18, 2014 - Homeward Bound - trainspottingChicago

Good afternoon.
I’m on the 3:58PM out of the City.

I think John Cleese and Merv Griffin just sat next to me in the jump seat on this crowded train home. 137 more words

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