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Celebrating the legacy of Rizal

 “Binasa mo ba si Rizal? Malamang na hindi,” begins the provocative book Rizal: Makata, National Artist Virgilio S. Almario’s latest work that he launched on July 2 at the Filipinas Heritage Library (FHL), Makati City.

Colors of Freedom at Ayala Triangle Gardens

In celebration of the 113th year of Philippine Independence and the 150th anniversary of Dr. Jose P. Rizal's birth, Ayala Land Inc. presented Colors of Freedom, a series of special events and an exhibition of public art at the Ayala Triangle Gardens.

FHL Gears Up for 2011

The Filipinas Heritage Library (FHL) has an exciting 2011 coming up. This year, the library celebrates its 15th anniversary and its mother-organization Ayala Foundation’s 50th. It is also the year to commemorate the country’s national hero, Jose Rizal’s, 150th birthday.

Christmas Sale at the Libros Filipinos Bookshop

Give books and artful novelty items for Christmas this year.


1st Manila International Literary Festival a success

The National Book Development Board, in partnership with the Filipinas Heritage Library, successfully held the First Manila International Literary Festival on November 18 to 20. Held at the Intercontinental Manila Hotel, the three-day festival was part of the celebration of the 14th Book Development Month. The festival, which carried the theme, LOL: Lit Out Loud, featured prominent local and foreign writers and literary agents who discussed the state of literature today, particularly in Asia and in the Philippines.


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