Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) is 166 years old this year. Its history of trust is closely intertwined with the Philippines’ narrative of progress and development
How did the big idea of Jose Rizal's execution in virtual reality evolve? How is technology changing the way curators present art and culture?
A renowned scholar turns his eyes toward the 'special relationship' President Duterte is loosening
Historian Rey Ileto says the 'boss mayor' embodied by President Rodrigo Duterte is an unintended legacy of the resistance against American occupation
It’s high time we recognize some of the lesser-known Filipino heroes who fought for our sovereign nation
Through Balikbayan#1, which will be shown for a week starting April 21, filmmaker Kidlat Tahimik introduces Enrique de Malacca, the 'favorite valet or chef' of Ferdinand Magellan
Dubbed the Freedom Trail, the event features a 160-kilometer ultramarathon, a motorcycle and road bike ride, and a reenactment of the harrowing events leading up to the Bataan Death March
If only Apolinario Mabini's draft constitution was not politicized by his nemeses, Filipinas would have started enjoying the rights they have now as early as 1898
Like an audience of a ‘teleserye’ with no control over the plot, spectatorship is our default mode of involvement. What EDSA represents is the hope that such passivity has not always been the case.
Education Secretary Leonor Briones says students will also learn why 5 Supreme Court justices voted against the hero's burial for Ferdinand Marcos
'If healing is the aim, then, the wounds of the past are best dealt with by coming to terms with them fairly and squarely, not by denying them, deflating their effect, or ignoring them altogether,' says NHCP chair Maria Serena Diokno
The NHCP says the short-lived First Philippine Republic still 'catapulted the Filipino nation onto the world's consciousness'
As a critic of colonial patronage – and what a spiteful critic he is! – Duterte himself lacks the standing
Martial Law was a bold and grandiose plan to steer the Philippines into a developed country in the mold of the East Asian economic tigers
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How would certain events be told if viewed through a distorted lens? Social media users give examples amid the outrage over the Official Gazette's Facebook post about Ferdinand Marcos.
(3rd UPDATE) The communication channel of the Philippine government is accused of rewriting history and downplaying the dark days of Martial Law under Ferdinand Marcos
Test your knowledge on one of Metro Manila’s most important commercial and business districts
The two exhibits serve as a mini history lesson with stamps and photo walls celebrating defining moments of Philippine history
'As they say, history is written by the victors, and if we look at the Marcos period, then we look at all the other periods,' says incoming Education Secretary Leonor Briones
Now, more than ever, the youth have the responsibility to be the leaders we lost in the dark years
They thought the martial law era was a time of prosperity and discipline but were shocked to hear of atrocities committed by the regime
During the Marcos regime, San Juanico Bridge did not just refer to the longest bridge in the country. It had a far more sinister meaning.
Are you as familiar with the key and historical events that happened during the second month of the year?
The President learns of the viral post about a moviegoer asking why Apolinario Mabini remained seated in the film 'Heneral Luna'
Baka hindi naman talaga sinasadya ng manunulat, pero sa tingin ko, ang karakter ni Joven ay kumakatawan sa bagong henerasyon
'Why are our students weak in Philippine history and social studies in general?'
General Antonio Luna gave up a life of comfort and complacency to fight for his country's freedom. Are today's leaders like that too?
'Years from now Juan Miguel's son will notice the picture of his father and ask who is that face on the shirts he and his parents were wearing and why were his fingers formed like the letter L'
'Unless we do things differently, there is no way for us to salvage our democracy.'
In the past, the Philippines had taken in thousands of refugees from different parts of the world. See how past laws and policies covered these refugees.
'More than just being a route to early economic and cultural exchanges, the route also served as many indios’ path to death'
Was the Philippine Revolution something like the liberal revolution in North America, led by creole, mestizo and indio elites, aiming at 'unity' and 'homogeneity'? What would it mean to consider this possibility?
While a number of historians have tried to embed Muslim Mindanao into the story of the Philippine nation, their success has been modest
This serves as a lesson for us that we need to tell and retell our history and pass on the great stories of those who came before us
On the 29th anniversary of the uprising that toppled a dictator, join the MovePH conversations on social media. Tell us your EDSA story.
Visibly absent in history textbooks is any serious, substantive discussion of Mindanao's place in Philippine history
Cotabato Archbishop Orlando Cardinal Quevedo says Christians 'should look at history,' not their 'own biases and prejudices' against Muslims
If the carnage of Manila in 1945 did not happen, we would have had a very different Philippines today. Our momentum ran out and the other nations in Asia eventually surpassed it.
The lifting of Martial Law in 1981 is associated with the visit of Pope John Paul that same year
We have been run like hell for too long. It’s about time to raise our standards.
Celebrated as early as 1931, the holiday honors and remembers all Philippine national heroes. Here are a few facts related to this occasion.
August 19, 2014, marks the 136th birth anniversary of former president Manuel Quezon. How well do you know him?
'If you like my vision of reforms, feel free to campaign on my behalf'
'There must be no reconciliation with the Marcoses if they keep on denying that they committed human rights abuses or that they amassed ill-gotten wealth'
What would Apolinario Mabini say if he had a Twitter account?
Learn more about the man who helped shape the young Philippine Republic and inspired Filipinos to fight for independence
The Philippines commemorates the 150th birth anniversary of 'The Sublime Paralytic' and the 'Brains of the Revolution' on July 23
'For a nation forged by a revolution against colonial rule and a war of independence against another colonial power, Filipinos’ general lack of interest in history is ironic'