Basagan ng Trip with Leloy Claudio: 5 misconceptions about Philippine history
MANILA , Philippines – Leloy Claudio delivers a light and informative romp through Philippine history by giving us the lowdown on 5 common misconceptions.
Do you think Ibarra is the literary embodiment of Jose Rizal? And you're 100% sure that Andres Bonifacio is a man from the masses? Do you agree with the movie version of Heneral Antonio Luna who said collaborators during the American occupation were traitors? Did you believe old-timers who said that the country never had it so good when the exchange rate was P2 to $1? And have you always believed that Ferdinand Marcos was a war hero?
Watch and learn. – Rappler.com
- On using the term 'Filipino'
- Is human rights relevant to Filipinos?
- Whom to trust – journalists or social media stars?
- What liberalism, LP, and yellow really mean
- Is Islam violent?
- Why a depreciating Philippine peso might be a good thing
- What's the government's problem with ride-sharing companies?
- Ferdinand Marcos’ great ideas, bad executions
- Was Martial Law needed to defeat the communists?
- On 'The Duterte Reader' and identifying Digong
- On Filipinos' obsession with titles
- The case for a biased, honest media
- Is Duterte a dictator, a fascist, or a populist?
- 5 tips when writing in English
- 5 ways to shield yourself from fake news
- Why political participation matters
- Constitution 101 with Florin Hilbay
- Debunking myths on the origins of the Filipino
- 4 reasons why a liberal arts course is a good choice
- 5 times nationalism goes overboard
- Why the Cambridge Analytica scandal matters to Filipinos
- Spotting biases and history's role in healing society
- Basic economic concepts that matter
- The economics of TRAIN law, inflation and Build, Build, Build