Makati Celebrates Philippine Independence Day

Philippine Independence Day

Philippine Independence Day

A benevolent Philippine Independence Day to all Filipinos worldwide! As early as last week Friday, Makati City already held one of the grandest Independence Day celebration.


As the country’s leading business, financial, and lifestyle district, Makati City hosted the Philippine’s grandest 114th Philippine Indepenedence Day celebration highlighted by the unveiling of the world’s biggest hand-woven flag.

Moreover, the event coincided with Ayala Triangle‘s 75th anniversary which also doubled as a debut  for a special art exhibit commemorating the sub-district’s historic past as Asia’s once biggest and most equipped airport – can you imagine that! :)

Here is the photoset our contributor Marjorie Pineda of Living Marjorney who was able to capture in Makati’s Independence Day Celebration:

Philippine Independence Day Celebration at Makati City

Philippine Independence Day Celebration at Makati City

Make It Makati

Make It Makati

Katipuneros

Katipuneros

Emilio Aguinaldo Role Play

Emilio Aguinaldo Role Play

Filipiniana

Filipiniana

Hand-woven Philippine Flag

Hand-woven Philippine Flag

Bamboo as Music Instruments

Bamboo as Music Instruments

Folk Dance

Folk Dance

Art Exhibit

Art Exhibit

Check out this online video as well:
Lupang Hinirang: The Philippine National Anthem Animation for Independence Day 2012

The National Historical Commission of the Philippines and Rock Ed Radio present this fully animated music video of the Philippine National Anthem.” Directed and animated by Arnold Arre and performed by Radioactive Sago Project, “this fully animated video of the Philippine National Anthem is NHCP and ROCK ED RADIO’s gift to all Filipinos to mark the nation’s 114th Independence Day.

As we commemorate the valor of our heroes who fought for our Independence, let us continue to appreciate and protect the freedom we have today for the future generations to come. Have a freedom-inspired Philippine Independence Day to all Filipinos!

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