By Pio Andrade Jr.
In front of the Tutuban Railroad Station in Manila stands a monument of Andres Bonifacio, erected by the National Historical Institute (NHI) in 1971. The inscription on the monument states that Bonifacio was born on that site on Nov. 30, 1863. That’s wrong.
By Vincent Cabreza
BAGUIO CITY—Dr. Jose Rizal and Andres Bonifacio are Filipino heroes of equal stature and should not be pitted against each other because of a congressional measure that replaces Rizal with Bonifacio as the national hero, according to an official of the Knights of Rizal. During this year’s Rizal Leadership Training Conference at the Teachers’ […]
A hero could be someone sitting next to you, packing the next batch of relief for typhoon survivors.
By Maricar Cinco
Maragondon, where mountains cast shadows over vast greenery and animal-drawn carts carrying bamboo poles cause village traffic, is counting on a dark detail in history to turn the tide and spur economic activity.
IN commemoration of the 150th birth anniversary of revolutionary leader Andres Bonifacio, a monument in his honor that features a six-foot bronze statue was unveiled at the Plaza Independencia in Cebu City yesterday. The Cebu City government, through the Cultural and Historical Affairs Commission (CHAC) and the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) led […]