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    Speeches

    • A Nation Of Readers; A Nation Of Leaders

      Posted in Speeches on Nov 25, 2016

      25 November 2016 Message at the 100 for 200: A Ceremonial Turnover of Storybooks, Araw ng Pag-(b)asa, Ayala Foundation, Inc., Ayala Museum When I was a child, I would bury myself in a book for hours, preferring reading to navigating conversations. I was a quiet child; more introvert than extrovert. I cherished the experience o

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    • The Light of Our Women’s Courage

      Posted in Speeches on Nov 25, 2016

      25 November 2016 Message at the 18-Day Campaign to End Violence Against Women, Philippine Commission on Women, Philippine Commission on Women, PICC Magandang umaga po sa inyong lahat. Napakasayang umaga. I am so honored to share this morning with so many brave men and women. Iyon po ang nakakatuwa. Kasi dati pag violence against women,

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    • Message at the Quezon City Homeowners Associations Pantranco Compound

      Posted in Speeches on Nov 24, 2016

      24 November 2016 Pantranco Compound, Himlayan Road, Brgy Pasong Tamo, Quezon City Magandang umaga po sa inyong lahat. Ang saya saya naman ng umpisa ng umaga ko ang dinatnan ko ay napaka-sasayang mga tao. Kasi araw araw po ang kausap ko problema. Pero ngayon pagpunta ko, lahat masasaya, excited gaya po ninyo, excited din kami.

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    • Message at the 25th Anniversary and Social Development Celebration of CODE-NGO

      Posted in Speeches on Nov 24, 2016

      24 November 2016 Sequoia Hotel, Quezon City Good morning to all of you. Alam ninyo po pinadalhan ako ng opisina ng mahabang speech pero sabi ko hindi naman kayo iba sa akin. Galing tayo sa iisang pamilya, hanggang ngayon pag nagsasalita ako parati akong nireremind ng mga kasama ko ma’am nasa gobyerno ka na. All

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    • A Free Economy Liberates the People

      Posted in Speeches on Nov 23, 2016

      23 November 2016 Economic Freedom Network Asia Conference Dusit Thani Hotel, Makati City Thank you so much for having me today. It’s an honor to be with you this morning to share my ideas with you in this conference. Any conversation on economic freedom is also, by its very nature, a discussion on our rights

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