By Benjie de Ubago
April 23, 2016
At a time when curfews were imposed and freedom was curtailed, they dared to think, questioned the system, broke the rules and defied the norms. Malacañang and the streets of Manila was their playground.
This book is a testimony to their adventures; their story of courage and survival; and their friendship that endured much longer than Martial Law.
Worlds apart, they continued to be friends much longer that Martial Law lasted. Both authors are communication graduates. Remy Alejandrino is a journalist and Benjie de Ubago is an Advertising and PR practitioner in Sydney.
This is their story as they lived it and as they survived it. It was a time, when they were in doubt, they did salute!
“When In Doubt, Salute – Surviving Martial Law in Malacañang” is available in Australia for $20.00 or in the Philippines for P400, to include mailing costs. To order, please email email@example.com or call Sydney 61 412 966 300 – Manila 63 917 706 3323.
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