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Rizal Chapter 11-15

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Chapter 11-15 Life of Jose Rizal MACAU February 3, 1888 -Rizal left Manila for Hong Kong on board the Zafiro.
February 7, 1888- Zafiro made a brief stopover at Amoy Rizal did not get off his ship at Amoy for three reasons:

he was not feeling well
it was raining hard
he heard that the city was dirty Hongkong Jose Sainz de Varanda
-a Spaniard, who was a former secretary of Governor General Terrero, shadowed Rizal’s movement in Hong Kong
-it is believed that he was commissioned by the Spanish authorities to spy on Rizal Rizal's Trip to Hongkong “Hong Kong”, wrote Rizal to Blumentritt on February 16, 1888, “is a small, but very clean city.” VISIT TO MACAO Macao is a Portuguese colony near Hong Kong. According to Rizal, the city of Macao is small, low, and gloomy. There are many junks, sampans, but few steamers. It looks sad and is almost dead. February 18, 1888- Rizal, accompanied by Basa, boarded the ferry steamer, Kiu-Kiang for Macao DEPARTURE FROM HONG KONG • February 22, 1888- Rizal left Hong Kong on board the Oceanic, an American steamer. His destination was Japan. Rizal’s cabin mate was a British Protestant missionary who called Rizal “a good man”. One of the happiest interludes in the life of Rizal was his sojourn in the Land of the Cherry Blossoms for one month and a half (February 28-April 13, 1888). Tokyo Hotel- Rizal stayed here from March 2 to March 7.

Rizal wrote to Professor Blumentritt: “Tokyo is more expensive then Paris. The walls are built in cyclopean manner. The streets are large and wide.” Juan Perez Caballero-secretary of the Spanish Legation, who visited Rizal at his hotel who latter invited him to live at the Spanish Legation. Rizal accepted the invitation for two reasons: (1) he could economize his living expenses by staying at the legation
(2) he had nothing to hide from the prying eyes of the Spanish authorities March 7, 1888- Rizal checked out of Tokyo Hotel and lived at the Spanish Legation March 7, 1888- Rizal checked out of Tokyo Hotel and lived at the Spanish Legation Rizal was favorably impressed by Japan. The things which favorably impressed Rizal in Japan were:
(1) the beauty of the country—its flowers, mountains, streams and scenic panoramas,
(2) the cleanliness, politeness, and industry of the Japanese people
(3) the picturesque dress and simple charm of the Japanese women
(4) there were very few thieves in Japan so that the houses remained open day and night, and in hotel room one could safely leave money on the table
(5) beggars were rarely seen in the city, streets, unlike in Manila and other cities Rickshaws-popular mode of transportation drawn by men that Rizal did not like in Japan April 13, 1888-Rizal left Japan and boarded the Belgic, an English steamer, at Yokohama, bound for the United States. On board the Belgic, he befriended a passenger namely Tetcho Suehiro. Tetcho Suehiro- a fighting Japanese journalist, novelist and champion of human rights, who was forced by the Japanese government to leave the country. •April 13 to December 1, 1888- eight months of intimate acquaintanceship of Rizal and Tetcho.
•December 1, 1888- after a last warm handshake and bidding each other “goodbye”, Rizal and Tetcho parted ways—never to meet . Racial Discrimination Slavery Adelphi Hotel Lobby Area Magnificent Entrance February 15, 1889- Graciano Lopez Jaena founded the patriotic newspaper called La Solidaridad in Barcelona. Rizal wrote articles for La Solidaridad in defense of his oppressed people and to point out the evils of Spanish rule in the Philippines Los Agricultores Filipinos (The Filipino Farmers)- Rizal’s first article which appeared in La Solidaridad which is published on March 25, 1889, six days after he left London for Paris. In March, 1889, it was extremely difficult for a visitor to find living quarters in Paris. Valentin Ventura- a friend of Rizal where he lived—No. 45 Rue Maubeuge, where he polished his annotated edition of Morga’s book Rizal used most of his time in the reading room of the Bibliotheque Nationale (National Library) checking up his historical annotations on Morga’s book. - opening of Universal Exposition of Paris

The greatest attraction of this exposition was the Eiffel Tower, 984 feet high, which was built by Alexander Eiffel, celebrated French engineer. May 6, 1889 • Rizal’s outstanding achievement in Paris was the publication in 1890 of his annotated edition of Morga’s Sucesos, which he wrote in the British Museum. It was printed by Garnier Freres. The prologue was written by Professor Blumentritt upon the request of Rizal.

• Rizal dedicated his new edition of Morga to the Filipino people so that they would know of their glorious past. THE END Ch pter 14 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 13 Chapter 15 Hi friend! Presented by:
Work of arts... Christian Fortuna Roger Angelo Dammay Rommel John Francisco Mark John Ganub Thank you!
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