Friday, June 12, 2009

Evolution of the Philippine Flag - 111th Philippine Independence

i'm still in Pangasinan and so i made this post in an advance. in the celebration of the 111th Philippine Independence Day commemorated on this day, here's a video taken from Youtube that shows the historical background behind today's National flag. thanks to ICRJ productions for the video.
Happy Independence Day Pilipinas!

33 comments:

katcarneo said...

Interesting...I always enjoy historical stuff. Have a good time there!

sheng said...

i thought i should click the youtube, i had fun!

bing said...

that's informative. happy independence day to you!

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Happy Independence Day to all of us, Filipinos. :)

Tita Beng said...

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Eki Qushay Akhwan said...

A very informative video that's enjoyable to watch. Thanks for sharing!

Happy Independence Day, Pilipinas!

Today is also the 60th anniversary of The Philippines and Indonesian diplomatic relation.

gillboard said...

nice piece of history... very informative...

talagang sinulit mo long weekend ha.. hehehe

aiLee920 said...

happy independence day to you dong ho!!!!

REDLAN said...

Happy Independence day sa beach Dong Ho!

bid yan said...

happy independence day to you too.=]

alicesg said...

Nice to know a little bit of history. Happy Independence Day to you and your country.

Andy Briones said...

Nice! Happy Independence Day, Dong! =)

SandyCarlson said...

Happy Independence Day! So very beautiful. Your country has had quite a history. Your independence is precious.

Rico said...

Happy Independence Day to us!
Very interesting and informative video.

Eel Wind said...

have a nice trip in Pangasinan and waiting for your story about your amazing trip.

happy independence day to all friends of the philipines!

Pietro said...

Very informative post!
Happy Independence Day!
***
About your question on my post, the village of Rubiana is not a tourist place but just a picturesque and very quiet small country village: therefore it doesn't appear on the brochures.

.pOot! said...

marami akong natutunan dun ah. ;)

Raft3r said...

pinoys rock!

dong, message kita sa fb ha
may tanong ako about bolinao

thanks!

punky said...

iwagayway!

KRIS JASPER said...

Hey Dong! advance Hapi Independence fo Next Year!

Everlito (ever) Villacruz said...

musta na pards,ngayon lang ako nakapasyal ulit!

maganda yung evolution flag.

The Antiques Diva™ said...

Just a quick note to say "hi"! You left a comment on my guest post on Italy on Phivos' blog and I wanted to pop over to your site to "get to know you"!! What an adventure you live!
Cheers,
Toma

nuts said...

Happy Independence day sa Pangasinan.. :)

Allen Yuarata said...

Ang dami pala nating flag. haha.

But did you know that during the time of Marcos, the official color of the Philippine flag was Red and Light Blue? Cool no?

Good day! ^__^

Stanley said...

Happy Independence Day dude! HAhaha, its good to be back here. You've got lots of good stuff up so I guess I'll need time to catch up. Peace!

The Nomadic Pinoy said...

There's always an interesting story behind each country's flag, the Philippines included. Thanks for sharing the informative video. Mabuhay ang Pilipinas!

Mys Lyke Meeh said...

Happy Independence Day...

fufu said...

happy independence day to you all in the phil =p

beero said...

informative post kuya dong. happy independence day to us filipinos!

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Ax said...

late na late na pero Happy Independence Day pa rin! hehe.

Heart of Rachel said...

This is great material. Thank you for sharing.

Raft3r said...

how's your left ankle nga pala, dong?

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