Sacrificing a Christmas for the Country and On Why Marcelo H. del Pilar is Hated by His Own Daughter

12-DEL-PILAR-4
Bridged by Love, artwork in Gmelina wood by Willy Layug. Photo courtesy of the NHCP.

Last 18 December 2017, the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP), gave a tribute to Ka Alex Balagtas, the Museum Curator of Museo ni Marcelo H. del Pilar in Cupang, San Nicolas, Bulakan, Bulacan, as he is about to retire from service early next year. My first acquaintance of him was in 2008, when I was in third year college at the Bulacan State University in Malolos, Bulacan. He visited our mini exhibit about the 110th anniversary of the Malolos Congress. Since then I am with him in various activities of the NHCP in Bulacan, until he encouraged me to apply to the said agency in 2011. I became part of the NHCP in 2013. Continue reading Sacrificing a Christmas for the Country and On Why Marcelo H. del Pilar is Hated by His Own Daughter

Advertisements