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“I left my country in order
to give my relatives peace.
I am at any rate once more
in a free land, breathing
the free air of Europe.”
RIZAL
IN
HONGKONG
When did he go to HK?
• “3 February 1888
We departed at 5:00 o’clock p.m., Friday. On leaving Manila, I
didn’t feel that sweet and melancholy sadness of six years ago
upon seeing the monuments. Now I feel horror seeing the
turrets of the cathedrals and the big convents.
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• “On February 3, 1888, after a short stay of 6 months in his
beloved Calamba, Rizal left Manila for Hongkong.” - Jose Rizal,
Life, Works and Writings by Gregorio F. Zaide
• “7 – Tuesday
We arrived in the morning in front of Emuy; it is raining.”
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What did he do in HK?
• Noisy Celebration of the Chinese New Year which lasted from Feb
11th (Saturday) to 13th (Monday). - Jose Rizal, Life, Works and
Writings by Gregorio F. Zaide
“11 – Today, Saturday, begins the Chinese festival which will last
until Monday, inclusive. From 4:00 o’clock in the afternoon they
have stirred up a colossal noise, lighting firecrackers by huge
packages that lasted during the whole night. I invited those on
board the ship to dinner at the Victoria Hotel.”
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• 12 – Sunday
“The Chinese festival continues; the firecrackers
continue. Yesterday I visited the Protestant, Catholic, and Muslim
cemeteries. ”
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What did he do in HK?
• Visit to the American ship Oceanic
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• Hoisterous Chinese Theatre, with noisy auduence and noisier
music. - Jose Rizal, Life, Works and Writings by Gregorio F.
Zaide
• Visit to the St. Dominic church and other churches
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• The marathon lauriat party. The longest meal in the world. Jose Rizal, Life, Works and Writings by Gregorio F. Zaide
Who were the people he met in HK?
• “He was welcomed by the Filipino residents, including Jose
Maria Basa, Balbino Mauricio, and other exiles of 1872.” - Jose
Rizal, Life, Works and Writings by Gregorio F. Zaide
• “Afterward we ate at the house of Yong Heng.”
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• “We went later to the Chinese theater where I saw a curious
play which I understood thanks to my companion Martinez.”
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• “We saw his daughter Belén and her Portuguese girl friend who
ran away upon seeing us.”
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How long did he stay in HK?
• Two weeks. - Jose Rizal, Life, Works and
Writings by Gregorio F. Zaide
What is his lifestyle in HK?
• “I lodged at the Victoria School. I dined at the
Victoria Hotel.”
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ong_macao_japan.htm
• “During this two-week visit in HK, Rizal studied
Chinese life, language, drama, and customs.” Jose Rizal, Life, Works and Writings by
Gregorio F. Zaide
What motivated him to go to HK?
• “Haunted by enemies and threatened by friars,
Rizal was forced to leave Philippines…”
http://nurseslabs.com/life-and-travels-of-joserizal/
• “Rizal sailed to Hongkong as a frustrated being
who wanted the utmost reform in his native
land.” - Jose Rizal: Travels and Adventures --- From WikiPilipinas
http://en.wikipilipinas.org/index.php?title=Jose_Rizal:_Travels_and
_Adventures
• To carry on the fight where his enemies could not
touch him. - Jose Rizal, Life, Works and Writings
by Gregorio F. Zaide
What are the things he learned in HK?
• He learned so many things about Chinese.
“Rizal studied Chinese life, language, drama,
and customs.” - Jose Rizal, Life, Works and
Writings by Gregorio F. Zaide
Was he able to write novels or articles
while he was in HK?
• “I wrote letters to Manila. Postcard, 3 cents.
Postage stamps, 5 cents. For foreign
countries, 10 cents.”
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ong_macao_japan.htm
• He wrote a letter to Blumentritt, dated
February 16, 1888. - Jose Rizal, Life, Works and
Writings by Gregorio F. Zaide
RIZAL
IN
JAPAN
When did Rizal go to Japan?
• On February 28, 1888 Rizal was
enchanted by the natural beauties of
Japan, the charming manners of the
Japanese people, and the picturesque
shrines.
What did he do in Japan? Was he
able to go to school? What were
his accomplishments?
• Rizal became a member of a Spanish
Legation at the Azabu district of Tokyo.
• He became prominent in Japan’s
journalistic and political circles.
• He grew rich as editor of Choya Shinbun
and later became a member of the
Japanese Parliament.
Who are the people that he met
there?
1.) Juan Perez Caballero –secretary of the Spanish
legation.
2.)O-Sei-San or Seiko Usui – a lovely young woman
that Rizal had relationship during staying in
Japan.
-the daughter of the owner of big store in
Yokohoma city.
3.)Tetcho Suehiro –a Japanese newspaper man who
has been jailed twice for writing articles against
the government.
How long did he stay in Japan?
• Rizal’s visit to the delightful land of the
cherry blossoms ended “one month and
a half”.
What motivated him to go to
Japan?
• Rizal realized that the Spanish
diplomatic authorities were instructed
from manila to watch out his
movements.
• he accepted the invitation for 2 reasons:
1.) he could economize his living expenses
by staying at legation
2.)he had nothing to hide from the prying
eyes of the Spanish authorities.
What were the knowledge,
values, skillls, and philosophy that
he learned in Japan?
• He studied the Japanese Drama
(kabuki), arts, musics, and JUDO
(japanese art for self-defense)
• He browsed in museums, libraries, art,
galleries, and shrine.
• He visited Meguro, Nikko, Hakone,
Miyanoshita and charming villages of
Japan.
Was he able to write novels or
articles while he was in Japan?
• He wrote to professor Blumentritt
“Tokyo is more extensive than Paris. The
walls are built in cyclopean manner. The
streets are large and wide.”
• On the eve of his departure, He wrote a
diary for his great love for O-Sei-San.
• Deaf Traveler - book
• Storm Over the Southern Sea – political
novel, the plot which was similar to Noli
Me Tangere.
RIZAL
IN
AMERICA
When did he go to america?
• Jose Rizal first saw America on APRIL 28,
1888.. .” - Jose Rizal, Life, Works and Writings
by Gregorio F. Zaide
What did he do in America?
• Well, nothing much. Jose Rizal was exploring
the wonders of America in San Francisco, New
York, Oakland, Ogden, Denver, Colorado,
Nebraska, Chicago, Canada, Albany, and
Hudson. And visited some scenic and historic
places . .” - Jose Rizal, Life, Works and Writings
by Gregorio F. Zaide
Who were the people he met in
America?
• Jose Rizal met a millionare senator
representing California in the U.S. Senate that
time. He was Leland Standford. This senator
was the founder and benefactor of Stanford
University of Palo Alto, California. .” - Jose
Rizal, Life, Works and Writings by Gregorio F.
Zaide
How long did he stay in America?
• Jose Rizal stayed there since April 28 to May
16, 1888. So approximately, he stayed there
for about 19 days. .” - Jose Rizal, Life, Works
and Writings by Gregorio F. Zaide
What is his lifestyle in America?
• According to our source, he’s lifestyle was
more like traveling. Since almost everyday he
visits places in the United States. So most
likely, he would often adjust to different
people in different places and lived his life like
a traveler for about 19 days. .” - Jose Rizal,
Life, Works and Writings by Gregorio F. Zaide
What were the knowledge, values,
skills that he learned in America?
• Well, in our source when it comes to
America, Rizal said that “America, is the
land par excellence of freedom but only for
the whites”. Aside from that, he also had
good impressions of America like:
1. The material progress of the country as
shown in the great cities, huge farms,
flourishing industries, and busy factories.
2. The drive and energy of the American
people.
3. The natural beauties of the land.
4. The high standard of living.
5. The opportunities for better life offered to
poor immigrants.
” - Jose Rizal, Life, Works and Writings by
Gregorio F. Zaide
Who were his companions in going to
America?
• “He was alone in going to America, but when
he traveled to other states his only
companions were the passengers …” - Jose
Rizal, Life, Works and Writings by Gregorio F.
Zaide
Was he able to write novels or
articles while he was in America?
• He wrote diaries stating what he saw
and experienced in every state that he
visited. - Jose Rizal, Life, Works and
Writings by Gregorio F. Zaide

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