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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.

World Book and Copyright Day at the UP-Ayala Land TechnoHub

The National Book Development Board (NBDB) and the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) in partnership with the Filipinas Heritage Library (FHL) celebrated World Book and Copyright Day at the UP-Ayala Land TechnoHub last April 15, 2011. World Book and Copyright Day has been celebrated all around the world on April 23 since its inception by the UNESCO in 1995, and was designed to encourage reading and writing.


Ayala Foundation celebrates 50 years of continued faith in the Filipino

Ayala Foundation Inc. (AFI), one of the pioneering corporate foundations in the country and the corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm of the Ayala group of companies, kicks off the yearlong celebration of its 50th anniversary with a special event on March 23 at the Hotel InterContinental in Makati City.

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.

Going to Mass at Christmas

Filipinos are said to celebrate the longest Christmas season in the world. As early as September, Christmas carols are heard on the air; and people do not take down their Christmas decor until the New Year celebrations have passed.

The celebration of Christmas formally begins with the Misa de Aguinaldo or Simbang Gabi. Misa de Aguinaldo (Gift Mass) alludes to the Magi’s gifts to Baby Jesus after he was born in a manger in Bethlehem.


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