Andres Bonifacio is popularly called “The Father of the Philippine Revolution.” He was a founding member and, later, Supremo (“supreme leader”) of the Kataas-taasan, Kagalang-galangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan (Highest and Most Respected Society of the Country’s Children), a secret revolutionary society that fought for independence from Spanish colonial rule.
Unlike conventional spacecraft we see on television and the movies, the shuttle that will carry the first Filipino to outer space isn’t 100 feet tall, doesn’t have solid rocket boosters, or takes off vertically. In fact, it’s about the size of a Cessna Skyhawk and it takes off horizontally like airplanes do on an airport runway.
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The actress Irma Adlawan, who hails from Cavite, was born in Tondo, Manila, in 19-forgotten to a retired colonel of the Philippine Air Force, Pedro Adlawan, and Conrada Santonil, housewife. She attended St. Mary Magdalene School in Kawit, Cavite, then Maryknoll College, UP Manila, and finally took up Speech and Drama at UP Diliman, completing the course save for her thesis.