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Everything has changed, everything remains the same

MANILA, Philippines - It's 26 years since the first Edsa uprising. Rappler looks back at the cultural and technological touchstones that separate one generation from the next—from communications to lifestyle to language. The paradox of the Philippines is that, despite the inevitable change at the surface, at the core, everything remains the same.


EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED


1986: Defense Chief Juan Ponce Enrile takes center stage as the man whose defection brings down a dictator.

2012: Impeachment Presiding Officer Enrile takes center stage as the man whose leadership may bring down (or save) a Chief Justice. -Rappler.com

Lilibeth Frondoso

She currently heads Multimedia Strategy and Growth in Rappler.

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