Here is a quick rundown of events that led to the establishment of Manila as a center of commerce, trade, politics and religion – in short, the capital city.
Definitely, La Salle is not what the others say, but it is an institution that opens its doors to the less fortunate youth. Read more here.
The likes of Paco Market are one of the many important establishments that support and sustain the life of a community. Marketplaces may be considered as venues for both commerce and socialization; here, consumers buy essentials; bond with their peers as well as with their “suking tindahan” or merchants and business owners. One could take for its environment as boisterous, and sometimes, unkempt. Behind the seeming clutter, it is abound with stories coming from all walks of life; starting from every manang and manong to their suking mamimili. Marketplaces are one of the spaces that bind the soul of a community.
Whether we like it or not, military conflict – or warfare – has been part of humanity’s history. Let’s learn more about the importance of establishing a military history museum in Manila.
The Progreso Filipino Heritage Walk is an introductory heritage trail to encourage people to walk through Manila and get to know the city and its heritage. It starts from Philippine Normal University on Taft Avenue corner Ayala Boulevard.