The Malacañang Museum tour is an immersion into Philippine history not accorded by books or Internet search. Collections of artifacts from the presidency of Emilio Aguinaldo to the present were curated for public viewing in the Presidential Museum and Library, currently housed in Kalayaan Hall.
By Rolly Jude M. Ortega
Upon seeing the burial jars, I had to take a deep breath. I had to keep the tears from flowing.
By Michael L. Tan
The President’s trip to China is mainly for discussions around trade issues. Such trade between the Philippines and China goes back more than a thousand years, to the precolonial period. The Chinese have always been crafty traders, and it’s time we looked back in history to pick out what we can learn from that trade. […]
By Ambeth R. Ocampo
ASIDE FROM photographs, the only visual aid available to help students imagine the “gold Agusan image” is its cheap replicas in resin and gold paint from Butuan. I have never seen the original, and I now regret the fact that after spending days going over the papers and bodegas of the Field Museum of Natural […]