After his trip to London, he move to PARIS. Timely there is an International Exposition being held at Paris. Rizal’s roommates (a) Captain Justo Trinidad – former gobernadorcillo & a refugee from Spanish tyranny; (b) Jose Albert – young student from Manila. In his spare hours, he used to dine at the house of the De Taveras: 1) DR.TRINIDAD PARDO DE TAVERA – physician by vocation and philologist by avocation. 2) DR.FELIX PARDO DE TAVERA – also a physician by vocation and an artist & sculptor by avocation. 3) PAZ PARDO DE TAVERA – wife of Juan Luna. 4) DON JOAQUIN PARDO DE TAVERA – an exle of 1872 who escape from Marianas & lived in France. MR.EDWARD BOUSTED - was born in the Phil., the son of a rich French businessman of Singapore, and had married a daughter of prominent Genato family of Manila. Two attractive daughter 1. Nellie – a fencer 2. Adelina – quiet, dignified & refined He carried his artistic hobbies and made two statues 1. The Beggar 2. The Maid with a Baker – sent to Blumentrit together with an artistic wallet (PETACA) made of Philippine vine. 1. Kidlat Club 2. Indios Bravos Kidlat Club – special club form in order to organize Fils. In the French country Members: (a)Antonio & Juan Luna, (b) Lauro Dimagiba La Vision de Fray Rodriquez Por Telepono 1. International Association of Filipinologist 2. Modern Filipino College in Hongkong International Association of Filipinologist – association that aim to study the Philippines from the scientific and historical piont of view. President:Dr.Ferdinand Blumentritt(Austrian) Vice President : Mr. Edmund Plauehul (French) Counsellor : Dr. Reinhold Rost (Anglo-German) Counsellor : Dr. Antonio Ma. Regidor (Filipino- Spanish) Secretary : Dr. Jose Rizal (Filipino) Modern Filipino in Hongkong – a college that aims to train and educate men of good family and financial means in according with the demands of modern times and circumstances. Mr. Cunanan - who promised Rizal to help him raise money as initial capital for the college. P40,000 – amount needed as capital for the college. Por Telepono – another satirical work of Rizal that is a reply to fr. Salvador Font, who mastermind the banning of his Noli. – was published in booklet form in Barcelona, 1889. – it describes in anical vain Father Salvador Font and a friar in the San Agustin Convent in Manila. Dimasalang – pen name used by Rizal in writing Por Telepono. Adelina Boustead – another romance of Rizal in Paris. Antonio Luna – a dashing man of violent passions who is madly in love with Nelly (Adelina’s sister) Mir Deas – Spanish newspaperman who was writing articles against Filipinos. Reasons that Rizal marriage did not prosper: 1. Adelina was not sure ho loved her because of his broken engagement 2. Rizal refused to accept the condition that he will become a protestant like her 3. Adelina’s mother opposed the match because Rizal was not rich enough to support a family in style.