• To the Young Women of Malolos
    Chapter 12 Romantic Interlude in Japan (1888) One of the happiest interludes in the life of Rizal was his sojourn in the Land of the Cherry Blossoms for one month and a half(February 28 – April 13, 1888). He was enchanted by the natural beauty of Japan, the charming manners of the Japanese...
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  • Rizal Notes
    Noli Me Tangere Published in in Berlin Chapter 9 Rizal's Grand Tour of Europe with Viola Chapter 10 First Homecoming Chapter 11 In Hong Kong and Macao Chapter 12 Romantic Interlude in Japan Chapter 13 Rizal's Visit to the United States Chapter 14 Rizal in London Chapter 15 Rizal's Second...
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  • Aquafine Inventory System
    In Hongkong and Macao (1888)...............................................................38-39 Chapter XII Romantic Interlude in Japan (1888).........................................................40-42 Chapter XIII Rizal’s Visit to the United States (1888...
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  • Reaction Paper of Rizal Grand Tour to Europe
    ROMANTIC INTERLUDE IN JAPAN (1888) -One of the happiest interludes in the life of Rizal was his sojourn in the Land of the Cherry Blossoms for one month and ahalf (February 28-April 13, 1888) February 28, 1888 - early in the morning of Tuesday, Rizal arrived in Yokohama. He registered at theGrand Hotel...
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    University of Santo Tomas Chapter 6 In Sunny Spain Chapter 7 Paris to Berlin Chapter 8 Noli Me Tangere Published in in Berlin Chapter 9 Rizal's Grand Tour of Europe with Viola Chapter 10 First Homecoming Chapter 11 In Hong Kong and Macao Chapter 12 Romantic Interlude in Japan Chapter 13 Rizal's...
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  • Rizals Life, Zaide, Chapter 9 - 13 Summary
    . Rizal did not like the meals on board but liked the ship because it was clean and efficiently managed. Chapter 12: Romantic Interlude in Japan Among the happiest moments of Rizal in his life was his sojourn in the Land of the Cherry Blossoms. He stayed in Japan for one month and a half from...
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  • Introduction to Rizal Course
    into the institution for two reasons: aside from being late, he was very frail and diminutive for his age. However, despite this reasons, Rizal was eventually accepted with the help of Father Manuel Xerxes Burgos (nephew of Fr. Jose Burgo s). Upon his enrollment, Paciano told Rizal not to use...
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  • Soc Sci 16 : Rizal (Notes for Final)
    , containing only a little mosque and tombstones with Arabic inscriptions • February 22, 1888 Rizal left Hong Kong on board the Oceanic, an American steamer, destination: Japan CHAPTER 12: ROMANTCI INTERLUDE IN JAPAN (1888) • Rizal stayed in Japan for one month and a half...
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  • Rizal as Traveler
    , Rizal and Basa returned to Hong Kong on board the ferry steamer Kiu-Kiang. Hong Kong Rizal stayed in Hong Kong for two weeks. On February 22, 1888, Rizal left Hong Kong on board the Oceanic, an American steamer and his destination was Japan. Rizal did not like the meals on board but liked the...
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  • Essay Rizal
    Not Too Old to Alter Larry S.Esperas One hundred fifty one years hitherto, a substantial Filipino in the illustrious epithet of Jose Protacio Rizal Mercado y Realonda, extricated our predecessors from being slaves by deploying a taciturn yet strapping apparatus. It was for his exertion...
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  • Rizal's Life and Travels
    was a British Protestant missionary who called Rizal “a good man” ROMANTIC INTERLUDE IN JAPAN (1888) -One of the happiest interludes in the life of Rizal was his sojourn in the Land of the Cherry Blossoms for one month and a half (February 28-April 13, 1888) • February 28, 1888...
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  • An Outline of Jose Rizal's Life
    DEPARTURE FROM HONG KONG • February 22, 1888- Rizal left Hong Kong on board the Oceanic, an American steamer, his destination was Japan • Rizal’s cabin mate was a British Protestant missionary who called Rizal “a good man” ROMANTIC INTERLUDE IN JAPAN (1888) -One of the happiest interludes in the life of...
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    Protestant missionary who called Rizal “a good man” ROMANTIC INTERLUDE IN JAPAN (1888) -One of the happiest interludes in the life of Rizal was his sojourn in the Land of the Cherry Blossoms for one month and a half (February 28-April 13, 1888) • • • • • • • February 28, 1888- early in the...
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  • Rizal
    on board the ferry steamer Kiu Kiang DEPARTURE FROM HONG KONG •February 22, 1888- Rizal left Hong Kong on board the Oceanic, an American steamer, his destination was Japan •Rizal’s cabin mate was a British Protestant missionary who called Rizal “a good man” ROMANTIC INTERLUDE IN JAPAN (1888...
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  • Chronology of Rizal's Travels
    , and customs. February 28, 1888 — April 13, 1888 Yokohama, Japan One of the happiest interludes in the life of Rizal was his sojourn in the Land of the Cherry Blossoms for one month and a half. He was enchanted by the natural beauty of Japan, the charming manners of the Japanese people...
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  • RIZAL
    Legation at the Azabu district of Tokyo. He became prominent in Japan’s journalistic and political circles. He grew rich as editor of Choya Shinbun and later became a member of the Japanese Parliament. Rizal stayed in Hotel Victoria until he left for Japan on February 22. He also visited Macau...
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    for he knew that he will never see this beautiful land again, so as his beloved O-Sei-San. His sojourn in Japan for 45 days was one of the happiest interludes of his life. Across the Pacific Despite his sorrowing heart, Rizal enjoyed the pleasant trans-Pacific voyage to the United States. One day...
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  • Review
    Yokohama, bound for the United States. He left Japan with a heavy heart for he knew that he will never see this beautiful land again, so as his beloved O-Sei-San. His sojourn in Japan for 45 days was one of the happiest interludes of his life. Despite his sorrowing heart, Rizal enjoyed the pleasant...
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  • Rizal in Macao
    , he was a mere lad of 21, a youthful student in search of wisdom in the Old World, a romantic idealist with beautiful dreams of emancipating his people from bondage by the magic power of his pen. Times had changed. Rizal at 27 was an embittered victim of human iniquities, a disillusioned dreamer, a...
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  • They Ask Me for Verses 5th Stanza
    in love with other women while Rizal was traveling outside the Philippines.[3] Rivera's romantic relationship with Rizal lasted for eight years.[4] She was immortalized by Rizal as the characterMaría Clara in the Spanish-language novel Noli Me Tangere.[2] Her original hometown is in Camiling, Tarlac...
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