The quote is from Jose Rizal, the Ph national hero.
I didn’t include his name coz I have seen an article, which I have yet to read, that says the quote wasn’t originally from Rizal. It said that the meaning of the quote was actually the common sentiments of Filipinos in those times (1800’s). The lack of knowledge of Pre-Spanish Philippines.
I guess even back then, Filipinos are aware of their missing identity.
Suggested by the map on the evolution of French names, I have done the same for Spain, using the data of the Instituto Nacional de Estadística (based on the fraction of the current population tabulated by year and province of birth)
wow i haven’t drawn this au in forever (｡･･｡) but i was kinda inspired by ep11 (i deal with heartbreak by making nonsense) thank you, guys! <3 i will try to entertain the rest of your free x snk asks during my free time!
Is print really dying? Not according to Ikea, which has good reason to still believe in dead trees. After all, the company prints around 200 million copies of its catalog every year in 27 languages for 38 countries. That’s more than twice the number of bibles produced in a given year.