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Balangiga Massacre is an incident which occurred on September 28, 1901. This was the date where the residents of Balangiga killed the American soldiers in an unforeseen attack using only their swords (tabak). The locals surprised the American troops at their breakfast table with an outraging attack using their bolos in retaliation for the destruction or confiscation of their food stocks, and their mission to free their fellowmen who had been held for forced labor and detained for days starving in congested conditions.
More Tsinoy Than We Admit is a book that explores how the Tsinoys have helped shape the destiny of the Philippines and the region over the span of many centuries. Edited by Richard Chu, the book's essays lay out the complex reality that Tsinoys have had to navigate, as both more "Chinese" and more "Filipino" than we may admit.
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