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May is the National Heritage Month (or Filipino Heritage Month) with its month-long festival of exhibits, performances, tours, processions, paradises and poetical jousts celebrating our historical landmarks and traditions. It is celebrated during the month of May in accordance to President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s Proclamation No. 439 on 11 August 2003, “declaring the month of May of every year as National Heritage Month. The event is in recognition of the need to create among the people a consciousness, respect, and pride for the legacies of Filipino cultural history, and love of country.”

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"Hi, Mindy! School's out until June. I wonder how to keep my kids entertained for the next few months. May you please give me tips on how to keep them busy at home? Thanks! -Sam"


Hi there, Sam! It's good to put some of that free time to good use! You may want them to learn a new skill. Let them take swimming lessons, attend a sports clinic, or enroll in an activity they're interested in. These activities will keep them fit as well. Better yet, spend time together by teaching them how to ride a bike or how to skate. Hone their artistic skills. Teach them how to make crafts with recyclable items. Teach them how to cook! Prepare a pizza or a salad together. You may also want to teach them the value of money at an early age. Help them set up a juice stand and advice them to save their earnings for future use. Teach them how to be responsible, let them take care of a plant or a new pet. There are endless possibilities where your kids will be kept busy during the summer break, just be sure that they are safe and that they enjoy what they do.

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They made your heart bleed. You never missed a single episode, itching to see when your favorite underdog heroine will finally wreak her sweet revenge. You cried during their sad moments, and you cursed the people who hurt them. And, whether you admit it or not, you even felt that you were living the life of the heroine. Now let's hop onto the time machine and fasten our seatbelts as we take a blast from the past. The following Most Heart Rending Drama Series of All Time will surely make you grab those tissues and keep you on the edge of your seat.

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  • May 28, 1898 – The Philippine flag was first unfurled after the Philippine Revolutionary Army defeated Spanish forces in the Battle at Alapan in Imus, Cavite. The flag, which was red and blue with a white triangle framing three yellow stars and an eight-rayed sun, was flown with the red field on top to denote a state of war.
  • May 28, 1946Manuel Roxas was inducted into office as third and last President of the Commonwealth. He took office in a temporary structure built near the ruins of the Legislative Building. Outgoing President Sergio Osmeña conducted him. Roxas received a 19-gun salute and delivered an address in which he contrasted the prosperity and happiness of the country before the war with the present tragic situation.
  • May 28, 2013Eddie Romero died of prostate cancer. was a profilic and award-winning Filipino filmmaker, screenwriter, film director, producer, and National Artist for Cinema and Broadcast Arts. He has devoted his life to the art and commerce of cinema, spanning three generations of filmmakers. He was known for films that tackled Philippine history, politics, and culture.

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Manuel A. Roxas is the 5th President of the Philippines, 3rd President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines (28 May 1946 - 4 July 1946) and the 1st President of the 3rd Republic (4 July 1946 - 15 April 1948) who hailed from the province of Iloilo. During his term as president, he ratified the Bell Trade Act, included the Parity Amendment in the Constitution and signed the 1947 Military Bases Agreement. It was during his term the government was damaged by graft and corruption which caused distrust from the people. Furthermore, abuse from the military and police added to the existing problems with the left-wing Huks, the members of the HukBaLaHap (Hukbo ng Bayan Laban sa Hapon). Manuel Roxas attempted to crush these Huks but only created widespread anger among the peasants.

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