Rappler's latest stories on Philippine heroes
The Japanese comic book on the Philippines' national hero is a first in many ways for its artist, writer, and publisher
Technical Sergeant Claudio Forrosuelo died fighting the Moro Islamic Liberation Front in Maguindanao in 2000
The directive, which also covers public schools, is meant 'to strengthen the people's nationalism'
The Libingan ng mga Bayani is the final resting place of more than 49 000 Filipinos
What exactly are you blaming Ferdinand Marcos for? Declaring Martial Law? The ConstItution of 1935 gave him legal authority to do so
Over a hundred years after his death do people still know and try to live by Bonifacio s words?
Manila Mayor Erap Estrada leads the city in commemorating the 152nd birth anniversary of Andres Bonifacio
What if our valiant heroes were alive today? Would you be friends with them?
Western Union’s campaign is all about putting the spotlight on the modern day Filipino hero
Get to see original and never before seen Rizal stamps artworks love letters and other memorabilia of our national hero Dr Jose Rizal
What if Philippine heroes lived in the 21st century? Netizens try to imagine using RP612fic on Twitter
Walking through the city after all is a school itself for spirituality politics history and the humanities
A resolution by the Philippine Historian Association s general assembly wants the government to acknowledge Andres Bonifacio as the country s first president
Hero dog Kabang who saved two young girls from a motorcycle accident will be coming home after surgery in the United States