Exhibit on postwar PH | Lifestyle.INQ

OCTOBER 27, 2022

Sections of the “Liberation: War and Hope” exhibit —PHOTOS BY NIKKA G. VALENZUELA
Sections of the “Liberation: War and Hope” exhibit
Sections of the “Liberation: War and Hope” exhibit —PHOTOS BY NIKKA G. VALENZUELA


The United States Embassy in the Philippines and Ayala Foundation’s Filipinas Heritage Library present “Liberation: War and Hope,” an exhibit illustrating the strength of the US-Philippine alliance in rebuilding and recovery after World War II.

US Embassy chargé d’affaires ad interim Heather Variava joined Ayala Foundation president Ruel Maranan, Ayala Museum senior director Mariles Gustilo and distinguished historian and curator Dr. Ricardo Jose at the exhibit launch at the Ayala Museum in Makati City. In her remarks, Variava highlighted the unbreakable bond formed between Filipinos and Americans during the war and reaffirmed the continued promise of the US-Philippine relationship as enduring friends, partners and allies.

“Liberation: War and Hope” is at 2/F, Ayala Museum complex. The exhibit is free to all visitors and runs until Sept. 25.





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