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Flores de Mayo (flowers of May), sometimes called Flores de Maria is a flower festival celebrated annually in May to honor the Virgin Mary.
"Happy Women's Day, Mindy! I am Hazel, a soon-to-be mom! I'm so excited to finally hold my baby boy in my arms this June (my due date). I am currently working and I am confused over whether or not I have the right to avail of maternity leave. Can you enlighten me? Thanks! -Hazel"
Cover to the El Indio compilation.
El Indio is an adventure komiks novel written and illustrated by Francisco V. Coching and published in the pages of Pilipino Komiks from 1952 - 1953. It tells the story of Fernando, a handsome and dashing Spanish mestizo who went back to the Philippines to exact revenge on his father who he believed abandoned him and his mother Blanquita. There he discovered the cruel and oppressive colonial government, and joined the rebels in the fight against the oppressors as El Indio. El Indio was the sequel to Coching's popular series, Sabas, Ang Barbaro and is one the most popular and most successful of all his komiks novels.
- May 28, 1898 - The Battle of Alapan was fought between the Filipino revolutionaries and the Spanish naval infantry. The battle took place from 10 in the morning to 3 in the afternoon, until Spanish forces ran out of ammunition and surrendered. The Philippine flag was then raised before the victorious Filipino revolutionaries, captured Spanish soldiers, and a large group of officers and men of the U.S. Asiatic Squadron under Admiral George Dewey.
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Manuel A. Roxas is the 5th President of the Philippines. On May 28, 1946, he was inducted into office as third (and last) President of the Commonwealth.