- 1 ABOUT ME
- 2 ABOUT MY ACCOUNT
- 3 WIKIPEDIA LINKS
- 4 PHILIPPINE CULTURE
- 4.1 Philippine independence day
- 4.2 Philippine-Spanish Friendship Day
- 4.3 Philippine surnames
- 4.4 Native Filipino Civil Guards and Armies during the Spanish Era
- 4.5 Online Filipiniana libraries
- 4.6 Online Filipiniana books (E-books)
- 4.7 Photo Gallery
- 4.8 Tagalog/Filipino Language
- 4.9 Cebuano language
- 4.10 Hiligaynon language
- 4.11 Spanish language and Hispanic culture in the Philippines
- 5 WARNING!
Hello! I am from the City of Bacolod. I am a Wikipedian since May 7, 2008. I also like the comedic taste of Uncyclopedia, a website that parodies Wikipedia. Currently, Spanish language in the Philippines is the article that keeps me active.
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George Orwell said
He who controls the present, controls the past. He who controls the past, controls the future.
Philippine independence day
- July 4, 1946: True Philippine Independence Day
- The Independence Day That Wasn't
- PHILIPPINES: Torn Between Two Colonisers -- Spain and America
- June 12, 1898 as Independence Day
Philippine-Spanish Friendship Day
Native Filipino Civil Guards and Armies during the Spanish Era
- 1898: The End of an Empire (in Spanish)
- The Spanish Army in the Philippines
- Spanish Army who had defected to the Philippine Republican Army
Online Filipiniana libraries
- Filipiniana, The Premier Digital Library of the Philippines
- Library Link, A Unique Catalog of Filipiniana Libraries
- Filipinas Heritage Library
- National Historical Institute of the Philippines
- The United States and its Territories 1870–1925: The Age of Imperialism
Online Filipiniana books (E-books)
- Origins of the Filipinos and Their Languages (by Wilhelm G. Solheim II)
- History of the Philippine Islands (by Antonio de Morga in 55 volumes. Translated into English, edited and annotated by E. H. Blair and J. A. Robertson. Volumes 1–14 and 15–25 indexed under Blair, Emma Helen.)
- Barangay: sixteenth-century Philippine culture and society by William Henry Scott
- Basques in the Philippines by Marciano R. de Borja
- Centro de Estudios y Experimentación de Obras Públicas (CEDEX) Manila 1571-1898, The West in East Virtual Exhibition (Photos during the Spanish Colonial Period)
- Arnaldo Dumindin's Website (Photos during the Philippine-American War)
- Filipiniana.net's Gallery (Old photos of the Philippines)
- Retrato, the Photo Archive of the Filipinas Heritage Library (Vintage Photos of the Philippines)
- University of Michigan's Digital Archive (Photos during the early years of the Philippines as a U.S. Territory)
- University of Wisconsin Digital Collections (Photos during the American Colonial Period)
- Spanish-Tagalog Manual of Conversation (published in Manila in 1874 by V.M. de Abella)
- Doctrina Christiana (in Old Tagalog and Old Spanish, the 1st book published in the Philippines. Manila. 1593)
- Buhay na Nasapit ni Anselmo at ni Elisa: Sa Ciudad nang Ulma sacop nang Reinong Alemania, published in 1905
- Diccionario de la lengua Bisaya Hiligueina y Haraya de la Isla de Panay (by Alonso de Méntrida, published in 1841)
- Ang panilit sa pagcasal ñga si D.ª Angela Dionicia: sa mercader ñga contragusto (published in Mandurriao, Iloilo City. Perhaps, in the early 1900s)
- Language and Desire in Hiligaynon (by Corazon D. Villareal. 2006)
Spanish language and Hispanic culture in the Philippines
- Grupo Hispano-Filipino Website
- Website of Kaibigan Kastila
- Alas Filipinas (a Spanish blog in the Philippines by José Mario S. Alas)
- Semanario de Filipinas (Philippine weekly news blog in Spanish)
- FilHispánico (a blog that uses Spanish, Tagalog, Bisayà and English)
- Foro Filipino (en Español) at skyscrapercity.com
- Hispano-Filipino Yahoo! Group
- Filipino Kastila, Spanish Made Easy and Practical For Filipinos
- The Teaching of Spanish in the Philippines (UNESCO, February 1968)
- The Situation of Spanish in the Philippines today, and other Hispano-Filipino articles
- Historia de la Santa Iglesia metropolitana de Filipinas
- Cultura Filipinaby Trinidad H. Pardo de Tavera, 1913
- Espaniero, an Online Spanish Conversation Group for Pinoys
- Gómez Rivera, Guillermo. "El Idioma español en Filipinas: Año 2005" [The Spanish Language in the Philippines: Year 2005] (in Spanish). Archived from the original on July 14, 2010.
- Gómez Rivera, Guillermo. "Statistics: Spanish Language in the Philippines". Archived from the original on October 27, 2009.
- Gómez Rivera, Guillermo. "Estadística: El Idioma español en Filipinas" [Statistics: Spanish Language in the Philippines] (in Spanish). Archived from the original on July 14, 2010.
- Farolán Romero, Edmundo. "La Literatura Hispano-Filipina Siglos XVII al XX" [Hispanic Philippine Literature from the 17th to the 20th Century] (in Spanish). Archived from the original on June 13, 2008.
- "Círculo Hispano-Filipino" [Hispanic Filipino Circle or Group] (in Spanish and English). Archived from the original on October 27, 2009.
- "Los Indios Bravos" [The Brave Indigenous Peoples] (in Spanish and English and Tagalog).
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- "La presidenta filipina pedirá ayuda a España para oficializar el español" [The Philippine President will ask for Spain's help to reinstate the Spanish language] (in Spanish). Archived from the original on October 26, 2007.
- "Philippine President announces obligatory teaching of Spanish in landmark visit to Spain".
- "Arroyo wants Spanish language in schools". Archived from the original on June 22, 2008.
- "Guardia Civil set for revival". Archived from the original on August 6, 2010.
- "Spanish classes to return in schools". Archived from the original on August 10, 2010.
- "Spanish Program for Cultural Cooperation".
- "Asociación Cultural Galeón de Manila" [Manila Galleon Cultural Association] (in Spanish and English).
- "Película, Spanish Film Festival in the Philippines".
- "Casino Español de Manila".
- "Casino Español de Cebú".
- "Proyectos Saluda" (in Spanish and English).
- "Imagining a United Future" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on September 27, 2007.
- Exposición Filipiniana
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