cory aquino’s remains were brought through ayala avenue from la salle greenhills in san juan on its way to the manila cathedral. with yellow confetti raining on the huge crowd and chants of “cory! cory!” ringing, it was reminiscent of the people power revolution when cory went on the same avenue to the same triumphant support of the ayala avenue crowd.
we are marking august 3, 2009 as a historic day and in honor and tribute to cory, we are posting here pictures we took of the event and the people that made it historic.
where you at ayala avenue yesterday, august 3, the day cory’s remains triumphantly passed through ayala avenue for the last time?
we were there too and we saw almost everyone had their cell phone and digital cameras with them taking pictures of themselves and friends to mark their presence on ayala avenue on that day. all sorts of pictures were taken – the event, office mates and almost everything that happened.
this is our way to celebrate and honor cory’s triumphs on ayala avenue and to remember this historic day with you. join us in marking august 3 as one of the most memorable events on ayala avenue’s long history of hosting events of national importance.
be part of that historic day and send us your pictures. email to: email@example.com.
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come back to this blog as we are still in the process of posting the many pictures we took.
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Mrs. Aquino came to power through what amounted to popular acclaim — she called it “people power” — expressed by huge crowds that gathered in support of her. Her popularity reached its peak during her presidential campaign against Mr. Marcos in January 1986, when she was surrounded by enthusiastic crowds chanting, “Cory! Cory! Cory!’”