Contact between China and the Philippines goes back several centuries (or millennia, according to some historians). By the ... More
Contact between China and the Philippines goes back several centuries (or millennia, according to some historians). By the 16th century, spurred by the flourishing Manila-Acapulco Galleon Trade, tens of thousands of Chinese immigrants had settled in Manila. This museum renders recognition to Chinese contributions to Philippine social, political and cultural life through mixed-media displays. Present-day Chinese-Filipinos call themselves Tsinoys, hence the name of the museum.
The U.S. maintains memorial cemeteries in various countries around the world. This sprawling 61.5 hectare plateau, where the remains of
more than 17,000 American soldiers killed in the Philippines and New Guinea during World War II have been laid ...
Built in 1969, this imposing edifice still retains some of its original austere magnificence as envisioned by the architect, Leandro
Locsin. The main theater seats 1,400 and serves as a venue for performances by local and visiting artists such ...
Formerly a barracks for Spanish artillery soldiers, this building was where Dr. Jose Rizal, the Philippines' National Hero, was imprisoned
prior to his execution on December 30, 1896. It was here that Rizal wrote his deeply moving Mi Ultimo ...
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