Philippines Independence Day

Philippines Independence Day

The Philippines consist of over 7,000 separate islands within the western Pacific have declared their independence from the Spanish rule about 120 years ago. General Emilio Aguinaldo was accountable for making the claim but it was not until 1962 that President Diosdado Macapagal had made it one public holiday by the presidential proclamation. The Philippine…

Jerusalem Day

Jerusalem Day

Jerusalem is the capital at the Southern Levant, at the plateau in Judaean Mountains in between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. It is included in one of the oldest world cities, and is being considered holy into the three main Abrahamic religions—Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Both the Palestine and the Israel State claimed…

World Meditation Day

World Meditation Day

World Meditation Day is celebrated every May 21st yearly. The holiday seeks in making awareness the benefits of meditation, especially in this busy world of endless movement. Meditation itself had been the practice that had been traced to prehistoric times, since 3000 B.C., when this was referenced in the earliest Indian texts. It has roots…

National Waiters Day

National Waiters Day

The waiting staffs, waitresses and waiters or the servers are those that are working in a restaurant, a bar or a diner, and sometimes in the private houses, attending to the customers by giving them with drinks and foods as requested. The waiting staffs follow the guidelines and rules determined by a manager. The waiting…

Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day

Motherhood is a job that’s frequently exasperating and ever-changing. Moms do not get days off, do not get generous pensions, nor do they take handsome salaries. Instead, the rewards they receive come in the forms of necklaces made from elbow macaroni, sticky kisses, and the pleasure of seeing their kids grow up to become healthy…

Labor Day Philippines

Labor Day Philippines

Labor Day Philippines has been yearly celebrated every 1st of May to celebrate the hardworking Filipinos from across the country. For the Filipinos, it is famous called as the “Araw ng Manggagawa”. People in the Philippines spend and relax their day with their friends and especially their families. At Malacanang and in the major cities…

National DNA Day

National DNA Day

Every April 25 of every year since 2003, the biologists, genetics enthusiasts and scientists come together to witness the National DNA Day, observing the discovery and the research of DNA and the methodical advancements that assist to make a progress possible. It is yearly organized by Human Genome Researches Institute the National DNA Day encouraged…

Save the Elephant Day

Save the Elephant Day

Saving an Elephant Day has been observed across the globe on April 16 yearly. The purpose is for raising awareness about the jam of elephants, whose populace has keep on declining quite noticeably. SAVING THE ELEPHANT DAY HISTORY Elephants are the biggest existing land animals which are spread across Asia and Africa. Recent studies estimated…

Eid al-Fitr

Eid al-Fitr

Eid al-Fitr is a widely celebrated festival for the Muslims and this year, 2024, it likely fall on the 10th of April. Based on the calendar of lunar, the Eid al-Fitr has been commemorated right after the halt of the Holy day or month of Ramadan while the Muslims people fast from sunrise up to…