Unity, Understanding and Ushering Progress (“Pagkakaisa, Pagkakaunawaan at Pasulong”).

These words signify the closer and stronger ties between the Philippines, Japan and the United States of America since the 1945 Philippine Liberation. World War II had inflicted wounds for veterans, but its story had provided immeasurable learnings and realizations that have been helping the three nations promote lasting peace for the generations to come.
September 2020 marks the 75th Anniversary of the End of the Pacific War. In commemoration of this historic event, the UST Research Center for Culture Arts and Humanities and UST Department of History – in partnership with the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines, Department of National Defense, Philippine Veterans Affairs Office, National Historical Commission of the Philippines, Philippine Veterans Bank, Provincial Government of Bataan and Mt. Samat Flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone – will host the Symposium on the 75th Commemoration of the End of the Pacific War in the Philippines this 16th of October.
This symposium features various researches and studies of academicians and historians about the end of WWII and will discuss how we can use them in enriching our historical knowledge towards achieving peace and progress.
Unite with us, as we relive and better understand the memories of the past that will lead to a brighter future of partnership and solidarity!
To register you may click this link http://bit.ly/REG_75thEndofPacificWar
Thank you!
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