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The fire, affecting 4 buildings – including the Land Management Bureau, where it started – lasts for 22 hours
Chief Senior Inspector Reden Alumno, arson chief of the Bureau of Fire Protection Manila, says the fire occurred past midnight after a weekend – the hours when arsonists usually operate
(5th UPDATE) Two other structures at Plaza Cervantes in Binondo, Manila – the 150 Plaza Cervantes building and the Moraga Mansion – are also hit by fire
Works by Southeast Asian artists Juan Luna and Raden Saleh are on exhibit at the National Gallery Singapore
While there are no laws that officially proclaim a Filipino a national hero there are criteria that determine how a historical figure qualifies as a national hero
Salcedo Auctions says the owner of ¿A Do Va la Nave? initially did not know that he possessed a masterpiece His sister even thought of discarding the painting to use its gilt frame for a mirror
For this Filipino artist in Brooklyn It s More Creative in the Philippines
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The recreation of Juan Luna s home in Ilocos Norte reveals not just the artist but also the simple man behind the person we know as a patriot
Juan Luna s Parisian Life painting can now be viewed at the National Museum after being displayed for about a decade at the headquarters of pension fund GSIS