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Who is your Tapat Hero?

Aug 15, 2013 - 1:30 PM

Who are the heroes in your lives? Use the hashtag TapatAko and tell us why that person inspires you

WHO IS YOUR TAPAT HERO? Honor the heroes in your lives by sharing us their photos and the stories of the good that they do. Use the hashtag #TapatAko. Graphic by Rappler/Ivy Pangilinan

Guro: A Rappler profile

Jul 26, 2013 - 10:06 AM

This is the story of Lilia Diaz a woman whose unwavering devotion to her teaching vocation has changed the lives of many

Abogado: A Rappler profile

Jul 12, 2013 - 11:00 AM

Roy Torrentira is a symbol of katapatan proving that he can pursue his dream without succumbing to the lure of quick money

Champions walking the road less travelled

Jul 03, 2013 - 9:03 AM

They pursue their passions even if it means getting less in return

Celebrating 'katapatan' - integrity over money

Jul 01, 2013 - 8:33 AM

It’s easy to answer when the question is theoretical But when people are faced with more money than they ever imagined that’s when their values and characters are tested

Fostering a culture of 'katapatan'

Jun 29, 2013 - 9:54 AM

9 citizens from different backgrounds are recognized in the Tapat Summit which celebrates the values of honesty and integrity

TAPAT NINE. In a mistrustful, jaded world, these nine individuals inspire hope through their exemplary actions, honesty to their fellowmen, and dedication to the greater good. From left to right: pro-poor education advocate Councilor Nestor Archival of Cebu, one-armed patriot and dedicated volunteer Gerry Gamez of Manila, calesa driver Jaime Cabilo Mayor of Manila, rural educator Lilia Diaz of Palawan, young trash collector Gustin Laude of Bulacan, public health champion Dr. Roel Cagape of General Santos, Red Cross volunteer Randy Mendoza of Pangasinan, airport janitress Jennifer Doroga of Parañaque, and taxi driver-turned-lawyer Atty. Roy Torrentira of Bohol. Photo courtesy of TBWA.