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Chapter 20

  1. 1. Life and Works<br />of<br />Dr. Jose P. Rizal<br />
  2. 2. CHAPTER XX:<br />IN HONGKONG, 1891-92<br />
  3. 3. November 1891 to June 1892 - after the publication of El Filibusterismo, Rizal left Europe and lived in Hongkong.<br />His Reasons for leaving Europe:<br /><ul><li>Life was unbearable in Europe due to his political differences with M.H. del Pilar and other Filipinos in Spain.
  4. 4. To lead the propaganda movement in Hongkong
  5. 5. To be near his beloved Philippines and family.</li></li></ul><li>October 18, 1891 - Rizal left for Hongkong.<br />There were 80 first-class passengers.<br />Father Fuchs - a Tyrolese, he enjoyed playing chess.<br />November 20, 1891 - Rizal arrived in Hongkong.<br />Jose Ma. Basa- welcomed Rizal in Hongkong.<br />Manuel T. Hidalgo - sent him a letter relating the sad news of the “deportation of twenty-five persons from Calamba”.<br />
  6. 6. Dr. Lorenzo P. Marquez - A Portuguese physician who became his friend and admirer, helped him to build up a wide clientele.<br />Chinese, British, Portuguese, and Americans <br />- patients of Rizal in Hongkong.<br />Mr. Edward Bousted- Adelina’sfather wrote a letter praising Rizal for practicing his medical profession.<br />Dr. Ariston Bautista Lin - sent him a congratulatory letter and a book on Diagnostic Pathology by Dr. H. Virchow. And another medical book entitled TraiteDiagnostique by Mesnichock.<br />
  7. 7. Don Antonio Vergel de Dios - offered his services for the purchase of medical books and instruments which might need in his profession.<br />Dr. Geminiano de Ocampo- distinguished Filipino ophthalmologist. <br />Rizal’s friends in Europe who endorsed his Borneo project:<br />1. Juan Luna 3. Lopez Jaena<br />2. Antonio Luna 4. Dr. Bautista Lin<br />M. T. Hidalgo - Rizal’s brother in law, objected to the colonization project.<br />
  8. 8. Rizal’s writings in Hongkong:<br /><ul><li>AngmgaKarapatan Nang Tao -The Rights of Man
  9. 9. A la NacionEspañola- To the Spanish Nation
  10. 10. Sa mgaKababayan- To my Countrymen
  11. 11. UnaVisita a la Victoria Goal-A Visit Victoria Goal
  12. 12. Colonization du British North Borneo, par des Familles de Lles Philippines-Colonizationof British North Borneo by Families from the Philippine Islands.
  13. 13. La ManoRoja-The Red Hand
  14. 14. Constitution and By-Laws of the LigaFilipina</li></li></ul><li>Reasons why Rizal made up his mind to return Manila:<br /><ul><li>To confer with Governor Despujolregarding his Borneo colonization project
  15. 15. To establish the Liga Filipina in Manila
  16. 16. To prove that Eduardo de Lete was wrong in attacking him in Madrid that Rizal, being comfortable and safe in Hongkong had abandoned the country’s cause.</li>

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