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    <h1 id="title">Dr. José Protasio Rizal</h1>
    <h4><center><i>"The National hero of the Philippines"</i></center></h4>
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          <p id="tribute-info"><strong>Here's a time line of Dr. José Rizal's life:</strong></p>
            <p><strong>José Rizal's Early Life</strong></p>
            <li><b>1861 - </b> On June 19th José Rizal is born to become the seventh child born to his parents. Three days later Rizal was christened with the name José Protasio Rizal-Mercado y Alonso-Realonda.</li>
            <li><b>1870 - </b> José begins school under the instruction of Justiniano Aquin Cruz at just nine years of age.</li>
            <li><b>1871 - </b> José continues his education under the instruction of Lucas Padua.</li>
            <li><b>1872 - </b> Rizal is examined by those in charge of college entrance to St. Tomas University in Manila; he enters the school system as a scholar.</li>
            <li><b>1875 - </b> Rizal enters the Ateneo as a boarder at just 14 years of age.</li>
            <p><strong> Writting Career</strong></p>
            <li><b>1877 - </b> In November Rizal writes a poem and receives recognition for his writing from the Royal Economic Society of Friends of the Country, also known as Amigos del Pals. The recognition comes in the form of a diploma of merit and honorable mention.</li>
            <li><b>1880 - </b> At the age of 19 Rizal writes another poem for a competition where he should have won first prize. However, he was not given this prize due to discrimination. 
                            In December Rizal produces his first Operetta called On the Banks of the Pasig.</li>
            <li><b>1881 - </b> Rizal creates the commemorative medal in wax for the Royal Economic Society of Friends centennial celebration.</li>
            <li><b>1882 - </b> In May Rizal gets money from his brother and travels secretly from Manila to Spain aboard a French ship and railroad entering Spain at the Port Bou. 
                               In June St. Tomas University realizes Rizal is nowhere to be found and threatens to take land away from his father who is a tenant even though his father has no idea of his whereabouts.
                               June 15 Rizal makes his arrival in Barcelona and begins to study again in Madrid in October of that same year.</li>
            <li><b>1886 - </b>Rizal receives a degree in medicine from the Central University of Madrid at the age of 23. He then becomes an assistant to Dr. L. de Wecker and visits many universities in Berlin, Leipzig, and Heidelberg in the country of Germany.</li>
            <p><strong>Fame... Then Death and Legacy</strong></p>
            <li><b>1887 - </b> Rizal finishes his first novel titled Noli Me Tangere while staying in Berlin. The novel offends Catholic officials and Rizal is deemed to be a troublemaker</li>
            <li><b>1888 - </b> In February Rizal leaves Spain and sets sail for Hong Kong in China. He continued to travel practice medicine and write.</li>
            <li><b>1892 - </b> In August Rizal was detained aboard a ship traveling back to Spain. Rizal was charged with treason, sedition, and the formation of illegal societies. He was sent to an island and held.
                               He taught for four years while being held. He penned his last piece of writing called My Last Farewell and wrote an address to Filipino insurgents to lay down their arms against the Spanish. The address was never made public, but was added to the list of charges against him.</li>
            <li><b>1896 - </b> His request to go to Cuba was approved. On the way to Cuba he was arrested and charged with conspiracy and sedition.
                               On December 27 he was condemned to death in a Spanish court. 
                               On December 30th he was permitted to marry Joséphine two hours before he was shot by a firing squad.
                               He was buried in a secret grave.</li>
            <li><b>1912 - </b>On December 30th the ashes of Rizal were transferred to the Rizal Mausoleum and December 30th is declared a national holiday in honor of his memory.
                              José Rizal's life and works were critical to those from the Philippines who were looking for an end to Spanish colonization.</li>
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   <p><em> " He amado siempre a mi pobre tierra y estoy seguro de que la amaré hasta el último
            momento, si acaso los hombres me son injustos; y exhalaré la vida feliz, contento de
            pensar que todo lo que he sufrido, mi pasado, mi presente y mi porvenir, mi vida,
            mis amores, mis alegrías, todo lo que he sacrificado por amor a ella. Sea cualquiera
            mi suerte, moriré bendiciéndola y deseándola la aurora de su redención." - Dr. Jose Rizal-Mercado</em></p>
        <p><em> I have always loved my poor homeland and I am sure that I will love it to the last
            moment, if, perchance, human beings are unjust to me; and I will exhale my life happily, content in knowing that everything that I have suffered, my past, my present
            and my future, my life, my loves, my joys, everything have I sacrificed for her. Whatever my fate should be, I will die blessing her and wishing for her the dawn of her
            redemption. (my translation, Testamento 150) </em></p>

      <h4>To learn more about this wonderful hero and his heroic acts check out a revisit on the life of José Rizal on his <a id="tribute-link" href="é-rizal" target="_blank" > Tatler Entry</a>


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