MANILA TRANSITIO 1945: JAKE MACAPAGAL INTERVIEW


“But it’s up to you, because you cannot get from the Philippines, you have to give to the country, so that your legacy will be formed.”

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3 responses to “MANILA TRANSITIO 1945: JAKE MACAPAGAL INTERVIEW

  1. please please bring back the poetry you find there. We’ll need to start a literary collection at KPC.

  2. very interesting insight into the current social identity or lack there of for Filipinos. I think that the perseverance that the culture has shown as well as the events and artists like those you’ve encountered all help show what that the modern Filipino is and can be.

  3. Hi, Leonard. This is Mabi from the spoken word event at the Transitio, and our group High Chair is an indie publisher of poetry. We can donate some of our poetry publications–in English and Filipino–to help start your Filipino poetry collection at KPC.

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