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Aside from the Masonic influence on the Katipunan, the design of the Philippine flag has roots in the flag family to which it belongs—that of the last group of colonies that sought independence from the Spanish Empire at the close of the 19th century, a group to which the Philippines belongs.
PCDSPO traces the origins of the Philippine flag’s design elements, which have been in use since General Emilio Aguinaldo first conceived them—the stars and stripes; the red, white, and blue; the masonic triangle; and the sun—and have endured since.
- May 28–June 12 are the Flag Days. Learn more about the historical development of the Philippine flag.
SMIZE- to smile with your eyes.stand with your feet shoulder-width apart
neck long, like there’s a string coming out the top of your head
hand on your stomach
imagine something delicious
(don’t ask about why I’m not mentioning your ize in these instructions)