Long before Mali, a pachyderm with an intriguing name became the center of attraction in pre-war Manila.
At a very young age, he met an American soldier that changed his life forever. This is a heartwarming story of a young boy who found heroism at the most unexpected time.
At just age 13, Chainus was selected to reign as the Benguet Queen, the youngest beauty ever in the history of the Philippine carnival. This is her fascinating story.
Long before WWII, Manila was subjected to a first “Rape” in a different time by a different opponent.
Long ago, indigenous Filipinos were taken from their homeland and displayed in exhibits for the American people to gawk at.
Arguably the Philippines’ most popular dessert (sorbetes is another choice), halo-halo has a history as deliciously rich as its mixture of flavors.