"Aetas Of Zambales" Essays and Research Papers

  • Aetas Of Zambales

    Aeta By: Dominick Wee "Aeta," "Ayta," "Agta," "Atta (Ata)," "Ati," and "Ita"- these probably derive from the root word "it," which in various Philippine languages means "black" as inferred from the Tagalog term itim and the Visayan term itom. "Negrito" or "little black one" is a Spanish term coined from the word "negro." The Aeta are a mountain people who are dark skinned, short, small of frame, kinky haired, snub nosed, and with big black eyes. The Aeta have different names...

    Luzon, Negros Occidental, Philippines 1610  Words | 6  Pages

  • Aetas

    AETAS "Aeta" redirects here. For Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act. A trio of Aetas performing on stage at a show in SM City Clark in Pampanga. The Aeta (Ayta, pronounced eye-tə), or Agta, are an indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of the island of Luzon, the Philippines. These peoples are considered to be Negritos, whose skin ranges from dark to very dark brown, and possessing features such as a small stature and frame; hair of a curly to kinky texture and a...

    Aeta, Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act, Central Luzon 1198  Words | 4  Pages

  • Zambales

    Zambales is a province of the Philippines located in the Central Luzon region. Its capital is Iba. Zambales borders Pangasinan to the north, Tarlac and Pampanga to the east, Bataan to the south and the South China Sea to the west. With a land area of 3,830.83 km2, Zambales is the second largest among the seven provinces of Central Luzon. The province is noted for its mangoes, which are abundant from January to April. Zambales is served by the Subic Bay International Airport, which is located in...

    Central Luzon, Luzon, Mount Pinatubo 4011  Words | 13  Pages

  • Aeta in Botolan

    Presently, the Aeta community are also known by names such as “Ayta”, “Agta”, “Atta”, “Ati” and “Ita”. All of which are based on their history, their location or their relationship with other people (David, 2011). According to Tevez (2004) they belong to one of Philippines’ major ethnographic groups, the Negrito group. The typical Aetas may be characterized are semi-nomadic. Their mobility is only subject to their village and the sites that they work at. They do not extend to the cities and the...

    According to Jim, Aeta, Ateneo de Manila University 937  Words | 3  Pages

  • Aeta Tribes

    aeta tribes CHAPTER 1 The Problem and Its Setting Introduction Culture defines a country’s identity. It molds and hones a country from its humble beginning to what it is today. As time progresses, the country and its people adapt to its changing environment, as well as their culture parallel with what they were before and what they are now. Tourism promotes international camaraderie. It promotes experience and proper understanding of the culture and the lifestyle of foreign countries...

    Culture, Indigenous peoples, Luzon 1059  Words | 4  Pages

  • Aeta Reflection

    REFLECTIONS: VISIT TO THE AETA COMMUNITY OF BGY. BINARITAN, MORONG, BATAAN by Chie Lopez My visit to the Aeta community of Bgy. Binaritan, Morong, Bataan last October 16 was an intellectually rewarding and eye-opening experience for me. Through the Aetas, in the course of our conversations especially one of their leaders, Angelito Aquile, and based on my direct observation, I learned how they valued their health, preserved their indigenous health traditions and practiced health care among themselves...

    Community, Herb, Herbalism 870  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Aetas and the Environment

    The Aetas and the Environment The Aeta is a group of indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of Luzon. The Aeta predecessors are nomadic and build only temporary shelters. However, the well-situated and more modernized Aeta have moved to villages and areas of cleared mountains. One of the areas that the Aeta has inhabited for thousands of years is the area of Mt. Pinatubo. When Mt. Pinatubo erupted, the Aetas lost their home. They were forced to live in evacuation...

    Agriculture, Ecology, Environmentalism 501  Words | 2  Pages

  • effects of being a working student

    (FROM WIKIPIDEA PAGE 1&2) The Aeta (Ayta, pronounced eye-tə), or Agta, are an indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of Luzon, Philippines. They are considered to be Negritos, who are dark to very dark brown-skinned and tend to have features such as a small stature, small frame, curly to kinky afro-like textured hair with a higher frequency of naturally lighter hair color (blondism) relative to the general population, small nose, and dark brown eyes. They are thought...

    Aeta, Central Luzon, Luzon 1855  Words | 6  Pages

  • Riddles of Aeta

    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080617042014AADAk60 honey.. http://cogweb.ucla.edu/Discourse/Proverbs/Ilocano.html ilokano proverbs Ti bassít a káyo nalaká a lintegén, ngem no dakkél narigáten.  A young tree is easy to straighten, but when it's big it is difficult. Ti táo nga mannaríta, awán ti ania nga magapuánanna.  A man that talks too much accomplishes little. Mabiág ti kalkalsáda, matáy ti koskosína.  Captivating in the street, dead in the kitchen (lady who dresses beyond...

    Areca nut, Siberia 1457  Words | 6  Pages

  • Sequens Mirabitur Aetas: The Following Age Will Be Amazed

    Latin “Sequens Mirabitur Aetas” The Latin quote “Sequens Mirabitur Aetas” literally translates to “The following age will be amazed.” The quote can be interpreted such at our generation will leave such an impact that the following will be so amazed. Many different factors can make that impact. In our generation, we have witnessed history from past generations that have made an impact on us. Starting with 1876 when the telephone was invented, now virtually everything is done through using a...

    Paper, Wright brothers 500  Words | 2  Pages

  • Site : Nagsasa Cove

    PLATE #3: THE SITE NAGSASA (NAZASA) COVE, SAN ANTONIO ZAMBALES Rainforest Aetas and rocky beaches In the 1980s, the mountain slopes around Nagsasa Cove were covered with tropical rainforest and inhabited by Aeta people, as they were for hundreds of years. The shoreline was mostly rocky, with short patches of beach here and there. Some distance beyond the shore (as indicated in old maps of the cove) was a rich coral reef, prolific with all kinds of fish and marine life. There...

    Bamboo, Coast, Map 338  Words | 5  Pages

  • english

    on your visit list this coming Holy Week! OYANGO TRIBE The Aeta are an indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of the Philippines. Aetas are considered as the earliest inhabitants of the Philippines, preceding the Austronesian migrations. They are nomadic and build only temporary shelters made of sticks driven to the ground and covered with the palm of banana leaves. The well-situated and more modernized Aetas have moved to villages and areas of cleared mountains. They...

    Central Luzon, Kapampangan language, Luzon 360  Words | 2  Pages

  • Manilatimes

    Spaniards at the time of their reign in the Philippines because of their darker skin colour. It is the tribe inhabiting the eastern parts of Luzon and called in different names: Agta, Ita, Ati, or Aeta. About 20,000 of them are spread throughout the country. Their majority can be seen in Pampanga and Zambales while others inhabit the coastal fringes of Northern Luzon, and the mountains of Negros, Samar, Panay and Leyte. As a result of their nomadic life, they live in houses built out of grass and tree...

    Ethnic groups in the Philippines, Ilocano people, Indigenous peoples 783  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sdfsdgfsegt

    * Mandaya Cataelano * Mandaya Sangab * Manobo-Cotabato * Manobo * Mansaka * Subanon * Subanon, Tuboy Salog * Tagabawa * Tboli * Tigwa * Tiruray * Ubo Manobo   * Agta Cayagan * Agta Casiguran * Aeta * Pakkak Gadang * Pugot, N. Apayao * Negritos * Apayao Isnag * Gaddang * Ibanag * Ilongot * Itneg (Tingian) * Malaweg * Paranan * Bontok * Ifugao * Igorot * Isneg * Itneg * Kalinga * Kankanay *...

    Bukidnon, Cagayan de Oro City, Luzon 1524  Words | 7  Pages

  • Literature: Provinces of the Philippines and Epic Poetry

    convenience. The region contains the largest plain in the country and produces most of the country's ricesupply, earning itself the nickname "Rice Granary of the Philippines". Its provinces are: Aurora, Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija,Pampanga, Tarlac, and Zambales. Region 4 CALABARZON  is one of the regions of the Philippines. It is designated as Region IV and its regional center is Calamba City in Laguna. The region is composed of five provinces, namely: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon; whose...

    Baguio City, Bicol Region, Cagayan Valley 1972  Words | 6  Pages

  • Ng Diskriminasyong Nararanasan Ng Mga Katutubong Aeta Sa Kamay Ng Mga Pilipino

    Politeknikong Unibersidad ng Pilipinas Kolehiyo ng Sining Departamento ng Sikolohiya Sta. Mesa, Manila ANG DISKRIMINASYONG NARARANASAN NG MGA KATUTUBONG AETA SA KAMAY NG MGA PILIPINO PRECILLA C. DELA CRUZ (Mag-aaral ng BSIOP I-1, Mananaliksik) MA. VICTORIA APIGO (Guro, Filipino 1023, Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik) Taong-aralan 2010-2011, Ikalawang Semestre Talaan ng Nilalaman KABANATA PAHINA I.PANIMULA 1.1 Kaligirang Kasaysayan ...

    11953  Words | 42  Pages

  • Historical Sites to Visit in Philippines

    Balanga 3. Bulacan “Land of Heroes” - Malolos 4. Nueva Ecija “Rice Bowl of the Philippines” - Palayan 5. Pampanga “Culinary Center of the Philippines” - San Fernando 6. Tarlac “Melting Pot of Central Luzon” - Tarlac City 7. Zambales “Wreck Diving Capital of the Philippines” - Iba BATAAN DAMBANA NG KAGITINGAN Also called the “Shrine of Valor”, this structure consists of a giant cross on top of Mt. Samat, in an area now declared a national park. It symbolizes the bravery...

    Bulacan, Central Luzon, Luzon 1159  Words | 5  Pages

  • Maranaos.Docx Uploaded Successfully

    dialects. AETAS The Aeta (Ayta, pronounced EYE-tə), or Agta, are an indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of Luzon, Philippines. They are considered to be Negritos, who are dark to very dark brown-skinned and tend to have features such as a small stature, small frame, curly to kinky afro-like textured hair with a higher frequency of naturally lighter hair color (blondism) relative to the general population, small nose, and dark brown eyes. The Aeta were included...

    Aeta, Lanao del Sur, Luzon 623  Words | 3  Pages

  • Research

    done This research motivated the researcher on discovering the learning styles of the Aetas. Living in a different life-style has different implication on how did our native groups coped with the learning habits that they have.the researcher aimed to have more knowledge on how to deal with them and how would she motivate the learners to fulfill her dreams by simply changing their learning styles. Being an Aeta is not a caused of making themselves stagnant on what they say “culture” but instead they...

    Auditory learning, Education, Educational psychology 1777  Words | 6  Pages

  • An Analysis of A Proposed Ordinance for Olongapo City, Zambales, Philippines

    expected benefits and costs.Overall, this proposed solution aims to improve the overall conditions of women in Olongapo and eventually, the entire country. Situation and Profile About Olongapo Olongapo is located in the southernmost portion of the Zambales province, and on the western coast of Central Luzon. Before, Olongapo, among other lands adjacent to it, used to be a designated Naval Reservation territory of the United States through the Executive Order issued by former US President Theodore Roosevelt...

    Discrimination, Human rights, Human trafficking 23263  Words | 78  Pages

  • Indigenous Peoples and Tourism

    included the Samal, Bagobo, Guianga, Ata, Tagakaolo, Tagbanua, Manubo, Mandaya, and Bilaan. Group 2 and 3 were said to have reached the Philippines in two waves of migration. The Indonesians were the first to come, followed by the Malays. The Aetas in the Philippines Of the scores of indigenous communities that comprise roughly 14 per cent of the Filipino people, the Agta are unquestionably the most widely distributed geographically. Popularly regarded as aboriginal, they are variously known...

    Culture, Ethnic group, Indigenous Australians 6925  Words | 28  Pages

  • Case Study of Palaui

    the DENR Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau. REPLICABLE FRAMEWORK The framework and tools for Palaui is now being used in the implementation of the ICRMP Component C (Ecotourism Enterprise Development) that covers 7 provinces namely Cagayan, Zambales, Romblon, Masbate, Cebu, Siquijor and Davao Oriental. The framework emphasizes the need to have a unique and well preserved base product which may be a forest, river with mangroves or coral reef preferably a declared marine protected area. The...

    Coral reef, Marine Protected Area, Philippines 2215  Words | 7  Pages

  • The One and Only

    | | Philippine Literature Aeta Riddles Muminuddukam A ningngijjitam -pinnia Assini nga pinasco ni Apu magismagel yu uluna! -simu Filipino Translation May korona pero hindi reyna May kaliskis pero hindi isda. -pinya Isang kuwebang may itak sa loob Nga  Puno ng buto pero hindi libingan. -bibig AETA RIDDLES A riddle is generally a question devised so as to require clever or unexpected thinking for its answer, sometimes called a "brain teaser." In general conversation, someone typically...

    Aeta, Cagayan, Luzon 370  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ethnic Groups

    Ethnic groups in the Philippines 1. The Aeta or Agta, are an indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of Luzon,Philippines. They are considered to be Negritos, who are dark to very dark brown-skinned and tend to have features such as a small stature, small frame, curly to kinky afro-like textured hair with a higher frequency of naturally lighter hair color (blondism) relative to the general population, small nose, and dark brown eyes. They are thought to be among...

    Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, Benguet, Cordillera Administrative Region 485  Words | 2  Pages

  • ang pagdiwang ng Fiesta sa amin bayan

    afraid that they might perish in the middle of the sea. Soon, they have reached the islands of Panay and befriended with the natives called Aetas. The Aetas are quite friendly and decides to sell a piece of their land to the ten chieftains. The chieftains gave the Aetas leader, Marikudo a golden Salakot (Native head piece) After this; the chieftains and Aetas lived in peace and harmony. The Haraya is another epic poem from Panay. It is a collection of rules of conduct told in the form of heroic tales...

    Iloilo, Iloilo City 1497  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ust Museum Visit

    Ifugao arrows, deities and axes, and the various types of the most prominent Muslim weapon, the Kris and other pieces like the Sarimanok. Other interesting artifacts, are all kinds of bamboo arms, with ingenious arrowheads, used by the Aetas from Nueva Ecija and Zambales. The collection also include household wares, implements, and basketry are also priceless artifacts. They give the observer an idea of peaceful times. They serve as reminders of daily chores and domesticity of our early people. Also...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino people 1555  Words | 4  Pages

  • Heritage: Coconut Tree Coconut

    Atang-atang ritual of ibinag(Isabela)- bamboo raft with offering of rice,oil eggs,cigarettes,rice cakes and little chick represent the soul of the sick person. Tribal dances- proto-dramas Killing boar- Cordilleras; Wild honey,hunting fish- Aeta in Zambales; Oranges picked- Tausog of Sulu; War dance- Davao del Norte, model warrios called baganis C. Philippine Cinema Beginnings Filmmaking *Two problems- expensive technology and inadequate capital Jose Nepomuceno- Father of Philippine Movies...

    Arecaceae, Coconut, Coconut milk 1050  Words | 6  Pages

  • Places in Philippines

    crabs) Giant Lanterns Cutud Lenten Rites Betis Wood Carvers Mt. Arayat Geography Pampanga is located in the central part of Central Luzon. It is bounded on the north by Tarlac and Nueva Ecija, Bulacan on the east, south by Bataan and west by Zambales. The province's total land area is 218,068 hectares or 2,180.68 square kilometers. How to get there From Manila it is just a 1-? hour ride by car or bus to through the North Luzon Expressway exiting via San Fernando, Angeles or Dau Toll Plaza...

    Mindanao, Pangasinan, Philippines 7435  Words | 21  Pages

  • Subic Bay Info

    area has a total of 12,350 hectares and a land area of 55, 102 hectares as defined by Proclamation No. 532 of the Subic Special Economic and Freeport Zone SSEFZ) Metes and Bound. It is comprised by the City of Olongapo, Subic Town, San Antonio in Zambales and the former US Naval Reservation. The earliest predecessor to the USFAC Subic Bay was an un finished Spanish Naval Station, acquired by the U. S. in 1898, following the Spanish American War. During World War II, most of the original station...

    Bataan, Central Luzon, Luzon 799  Words | 3  Pages

  • THE LITERATURE OF CENTRAL LUZON

    non-metallic resources are found in the region.  Bataan is known for its copper deposits while refractory chromite, gold and marble may be extracted from Zambales and Bulacan.  Fertile rice lands, melon patches and fishponds can be found along rivers and tributaries.  It has a long coastline rich with marine resources in western Bataan and Zambales.  The region accounts for the third largest aquaculture production in the Philippines. The Rice Bowl of the Philippines  The Region earns its nickname...

    Bulacan, Central Luzon, Luzon 789  Words | 24  Pages

  • yeah

     Region 3 - Central Luzon Central Luzon is a combination of towering mountains, extinct and active volcanoes, lush, verdant farmlands, and natural sea harbors. It is composed of Aurora, Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac and Zambales. Aurora Aurora features breath-taking mountain scenery and beaches ideal for surfing, diving and snorkeling. Natural attractions include Baler and Digisit Beaches, Dimtumbo and Cunayan Falls, Bane Spring, Lamao Caves and Dibut Bay. Churches include the...

    Bulacan, Central Luzon, Luzon 1929  Words | 6  Pages

  • Enrollment System

    In 1956 Mr. Pedro M. Arce , an educator, successfully open a high school which is the Zambales Central Institute after he attained a permit from the Department of Education Culture and Sports. The enrollment for the first year was only 200 students and in third year of operation the school was fast progressing and as now the number of student they handled in all levels are almost a thousand. The Zambales Central Institute are very known school in San Felipe because in their quality and reputation...

    Computer, Doctor, High school 1023  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hotel management

    Travel  Location Olongapo City, Zambales  Address 1710 Rizal Ave., East Bajac Bajac, Olongapo City  Description Ticketing, passport assistance, tour packages  ACCREDITED AS TRAVEL AGENCY [Acc. No. III-TTA-16-2007 dated 16 August 2007]  Phone (63 47) 223-2607  Fax (63 47) 223-2607  Contact Ena Majan  Email brilliant_anchor@yahoo.com  Global Journey Travel and Tours  Location Subic, Zambales  Address 0145 2/F Santiago Bldg., Brgy. Baraca, Subic, Zambales  Description Travel and tours  ...

    Olongapo City, Port of Subic, Richard Gordon 435  Words | 3  Pages

  • Loan Proposal

    Business Loan Proposal Sweet for Us Bakery Masinloc, Zambales Introduction: Bakery products are becoming prominent day by day. They are very popular because of its taste and simple to digest. Bakery items are usually loved by all. Nowadays individuals have virtually no time to invest much on making breakfast it is the bread and bun or biscuits which had occurred instead of other sorts of stuff. Our bakery items includes bread, biscuit, cakes and pastries...

    Baking, Bread, Business 1398  Words | 5  Pages

  • introduction

    hours south of Manila. Part of our programs was adopting the whole community to supply us with our banana leaves that we use for our packaging. By doing so, we help these families earn a living. Just recently, we had also branched out to Zambales where we support Aeta communities and a community of women in Legaspi Albay. AMS: What is your vision of this business? Rommel: The formal vision which we articulated and posted on our office wall is: To be the preferred Filipino quick service restaurant...

    Corporate social responsibility, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship 1861  Words | 6  Pages

  • Magsaysay Memorial College

    My name is JOHN NICOLLS MENOR FRAN. I was born in Iba Zambales Hospital last May 16, 1995. My mother is OLIVIA MENOR married to SATURNINO A. FRAN and I have elder brother JEFFERSON M. FRAN. My mother worked abroad being domestic helper in Hongkong and also my father worked also abroad that’s why we have fifteen(15) years gap with my brother. I believed that my family is the best of all the best, because instead of our ...

    College, Family, Graduation 1538  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lifestyle in Palaui Island

    Dumagats and Aetas who indefinitely came from different places in the region. A certain Pastor Cortez, according to the IPs during the interview, organized the people in the community with the help of the government and some non-government agencies. In a report of Rosales (2005), the ethnicity in the island is distributed into five groups: Visaya (6%), Agta (8%), Tagalog (2%), Masbateño (2%) and Ilocano (79%). SOURCE OF LIVING The Dumagats earn for living through fishing while the Aetas through...

    Agriculture, Forest, Luzon 723  Words | 3  Pages

  • Narrative Report About Subic

    of Subic and Olongapo City inZambales and Hermosa and Morong in Bataan, in concurrence of these municipalities'Sangguniang Bayan, pursuant to Section 12 of RA 7227. The harbor faces the Zambales Mountain Range to the west and the Subic Bay opening to the South China Sea. It is northwest of the Bataan Peninsula and southwest of Zambales Province. SBFZ is 110 kilometers north of Manila. Manila Bay and the Bataan Peninsula separate SBFZ from Manila. The mountain ranges around the Subic Bay area and the deep natural...

    Central Luzon, Luzon, Mount Pinatubo 3204  Words | 11  Pages

  • Swidit : School's Website Development Template

    Municipality; Botolan, Zambales and Iba, Zambales. We notice that some of the schools in Botolan and Iba, have their website but most of them do not especially the elementary schools and public high schools. We come to an idea to develop a web development application wherein a school can create their school website in the easiest way and even if they have no technical background in web programming/web develoing. Background of the Study The study focuses in schools in Botolan and Iba, Zambales. We notice that...

    High school, Internet, Teacher 915  Words | 4  Pages

  • Subic

    southwest of Luzon Island in the Philippines surrounded by the municipality of Subic and Olongapo City in Zambales, and Hermosa and Morong in Bataan in concurrence of their Sangguniang Bayan pursuant to Section 12 of RA 7227. The harbor is facing the Zambales Mountain Range in the west and the Subic Bay opening up to the South China Sea. It is northwest of the Bataan Peninsula and southwest of the Zambales Province. Subic Bay Freeport is 110 kilometers north of Manila. Manila Bay and the Bataan Peninsula...

    Central Luzon, Luzon, Mount Pinatubo 777  Words | 3  Pages

  • Origin of the Philippines

    people came to the Philippines from the Asian peninsula. These were the Aetas, Indonesians and Malays. The Aetas The Aetas or Negritoes were the first group of people who came to the Philippines through the land bridges. They were small, about four feet tall. They had dark skin, flat noses, thick lips and black kinky hair. They used bows and arrows as weapons. They used &yes and barks of trees for their clothing. The Aetas were a wandering people. They had no permanent home. Most of them lived...

    Asia, Dili, East Timor 1749  Words | 6  Pages

  • Super Regions of the Philippines

    (north of Cabanatuan City)  Tarlac (north of Tarlac City)  Zambales (north of Subic) Metro Luzon Urban Beltway "Luzon Urban Beltway"  Southern portion of the northern provinces and the rest of Central Luzon or Region 3 (III)  Aurora (south of Baler, including Baler)  Bataan  Bulacan  Nueva Ecija (south of Cabanatuan City, including Cabanatuan)  Pampanga  Tarlac (south of Tarlac City, including Tarlac)  Zambales (south of Subic, including Subic)  Metro Manila or National Capital...

    Central Luzon, Cities of the Philippines, Luzon 593  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philippine Mineral Resouces

    Ilocos Norte | 0.4 | | | Nickel | Pangasinan | 0.3 | | 2 | Gold | Cagayan Valley | 0.1 | 2% | | Copper | Cagayan Valley | 0.5 | | | Iron | Cagayan Valley | 0.9 | | | Nickel | Batanes | 0.5 | | 3 | Gold | Zambales, Bulacan | 0.2 | 3% | | Copper | Zambales, Bulacan | 2.0 | | | Iron | Nueva Ejica, Bulacan | 0.5 | | | Nickel | Pampanga | 0.3 | | 4-A | Gold | Batangas | 0.1 | 2% | | Copper | Batangas | 1.0 | | | Iron | Rizal | 0.2 | | | Nickel | Palawan | 0...

    Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, Cities of the Philippines, Luzon 510  Words | 3  Pages

  • Resolution

    Republic of the Philippines RAMON MAGSAYSAY TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY Sta. Cruz Campus Lucapon North, Sta. Cruz, Zambales OFFICE OF THE SUPREME STUDENT GOVERNMENT Excerpt from the minutes of the meeting of the Supreme Student Government of Ramon Magsaysay Technological University- Sta. Cruz Campus held last November 14,2012 Present: SSG Mr. Ronnel A. Mas President Mr. Jonathan Mayo Vice-President Ms. Rica Ranara Secretary Mr. Haidee Merindo Treasurer Mr. Shiela...

    Academic administration, All rights reserved, Hukbalahap 451  Words | 3  Pages

  • Solar Power and Wind Power Pending Applications in the Philippines

    Aurora 0.00 Nubenta, Surigao del Sur 15.00 Pagali-Saoit, Burgos, Ilocos Norte 0.00 Energy Logics Philippines, Inc. Solar Energy Pasuquin-Burgos , Ilocos Norte 50.00 Wind Energy (Mt. Redondo) Subic, Zambales 112.00 (North) Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte 100.00 (Sta. Rita) Subic/Olongapo, Zambales 90.00 Fabmik Construction and Equipment Co., Inc. Wind Energy Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro 20.00 First Gen Renewables Incorporated Wind Energy Bangui, Ilocos Norte 0.00 Basud, Camarines Norte 0.00 ...

    Bicol Region, Cities of the Philippines, Ilocos Norte 530  Words | 4  Pages

  • Dahilan Sa Paggamit Ng Computer

    (Salesclerk) May 21, 2008 – Nov. 5, 2008 - City Super Inc., Landmark-Trinoma (Salesclerk) Sept. 20, 2007 – Feb. 23, 2008 - ECCI, Ever Comm., Quezon City (Salesclerk) Feb. 21, 2007 – May 25, 207 - Nozomi Fortune Services, Subic Zambales (Production Operator) PERSON TO CONTACT IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Victoria Q. Peralta (Sister) – 09289447721 #014-A Rivera St. Brgy. Talipapa, Caloocan City CHARACTER REFERENCES: Ms. Marcel Lino Ms. Emily Estonina Store...

    1916, Cities in the Philippines, Cities of the Philippines 272  Words | 3  Pages

  • Maragtas

    anthropological treatise on the former customs, clothes, dialect, hereditary, and organization of the Aetas of Panay. He has also said the ten datus from Borneo, fleeing tyranny of Datu Makatanaw, and the island they have purchased from Marikudo. The price agreed was a solid gold hat and basin and also an ankle-length necklace from the wife of the Bornean datus. After this, the chieftains and Aetas lived in peace and harmony. The Haraya is another epic poem from Panay. It is a collection of rules of...

    Datu, History, History of the Philippines 904  Words | 3  Pages

  • Aeeta Riddles

    AETA RIDDLES A riddle is generally a question devised so as to require clever or unexpected thinking for its answer, sometimes called a "brain teaser." In general conversation, someone typically presents a question to another person who accepts the challenge of guessing the correct response. It was usually done by our natives to lessen their boredom and was passed by words and preserved by oral tradition. The riddles is from the Aetas of Northern Cagayan province and in the upper half of the...

    Mother, Trigraph 918  Words | 6  Pages

  • Fiipino History of Precolonial Politics

    history of science when it flourished. Waves of migrants who came to settle in the islands contributed to the development of ancient Philippine civilization. Prehistoric aborigines, a cross of Afro-Asiatic and Austro-Aborigines, now called Negritos (Aeta, Agta, Ayta) reached the islands by way of land bridges around 15,000 to 30,000 BC, and they were excellent hunters and food gatherers. In its midst, other ancient civilizations were also thriving and evolving. The Proto-Malays, a Mongol-Asiatic race...

    Filipino people, History of the Philippines, Philippines 943  Words | 3  Pages

  • History of Tarlac

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  • Narrative Report

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    Philippines, Port of Subic, Richard Gordon 668  Words | 3  Pages

  • Computer

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