• Filipino Fashion
    Filipino Fashion Just when you think that Filipinas do not know how to strut on the catwalk, Filipinas do not just have the passion to wear designed clothes; Filipinas are natural fashionistas. Tracing its origins, Filipinos had long since been very innovative and creative in the kind of cloth
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  • Role of Filipino You in Nation Building
    Youth is that period when man is full of energy, ambitions and zest for life. The power possessed by youth us a recognized force today. The power or the energy can be used for both constructive and destructive purposes. Whenever there is unrest in a country, political forces use youth to further the
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  • Truths About Filipino Should Know
    The truths every Filipino should know… Today, I will write a manifesto. I’d like to correct the perception that my generation is apathetic to the state of the nation. Issues of policy, of poverty, of the national economy—all these are supposedly beyond the scope of our interest. It is not t
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  • The Filipino Spirit
    The Filipino Spirit Interesting Trivia of Philippine History The black flag with the skull and cross bones was called "Llanera's skull" by Andres Bonifacio. * * * A Musikong Bumbong (band with bamboo musical instruments) accompanied Mariano Llanera and the rebels of San Isidro when, using only
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  • Filipino
    Most college students would consider a culture club as a group of people where all the members are the same race and share the same passion towards their culture. Although those are not the only factors that are taken into account, there are more reasons why people decide to form culture clubs. Many
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  • Filipino Traits
    FILIPINOS ARE: 1. clean. 2. jolly. 3. musically-inclined. Filipinos, although regarded by Claire Danes as dirty people, are hygienic. This may be because of the tropical weather we have. We tend to sweat a lot so we bathe as much as we want. Unlike others, especially the French, we do not jus
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  • Filipino Youth Subjective Well Being
    Running Head: Youth Subjective Well-Being Filipino Youth Students Subjective Well-Being Scale Kathlyn Rose Gabriel Maria Sophie Gatab Kimberly Lagumen Kristin Navalta Abstract The researchers of the present study constructed a scale that is designed to measure the perceived subjecti
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  • Truthness in and of Filipino Independent Films: a Gadamerian Hermeneutical Approach
    INTRODUCTION Rationale of the Study Filipino Cinema has faced another era of its existence. For the past years the clamor for substantive, thought provoking, quality films scoffed against the apparently ubiquitous commercialized, ostensibly reformulated, motion pictures. Thenceforth, the drama
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  • “the Filipino Penchant for Beauty Products and Whitener Reflects That Colonial Outlook on Beauty”
    Dasmarinas East National High School San Simon, Dasmarinas City “The Filipino penchant for beauty products and whitener reflects that colonial outlook on beauty” Tittle: In a Partial Fulfilment in English IV IV- Pearl ______________ _____________ P
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  • The Perception of the Filipino Migrants in Saudi Arabia on the K+12 Initiative in the Philippines
    Rationale K+12 is a 12-year education program recently proposed by the Department of Education. It is a system involving Kindergarten, six years of elementary education, four years of junior high school and the addition of two years senior high school. The program aims to enhance the quality of edu
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  • To the Filipino Youth
    The motto of Rizal’s “To The Filipino Youth” is in complete conformity with the central idea of the composition. At that time, our social and educational lives are controlled by the superiority of the Spaniards over the Filipinos. We cannot ignore the fact that the Spaniards instilled a lot of
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  • Filipino Values
    1)Discuss the nature and context of the Filipino values. The Filipino value system arises from our culture or way of life, our distinctive way of becoming human in this particular place and time. We speak of Filipino values in a fourfold sense. First, although mankind shares universal human values
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  • Filipino I
    PANIMULA Sa panahon ngayon, napakabilis na ang paglago ng teknolohiya sa buong mundo kaya’t hindi nakapagtataka na halos lahat ng tao, lalo na ang mga kabataan, ay mahihilig na sa kompyuter. Alam nating mas napapabilis ang trabaho gamit ang Kompyuter. Malaki ang naitutulong nito lalo na sa mga
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  • The Effect of Online Games on the Filipino Youth
    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Background of the study The youth of today no longer seem to spend their leisure activities like in the olden days; outdoor games or playing with toys, instead, they spend their free time in their homes, internet cafés or computer shops simply to satisfy their hunger; and
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  • The Responsibility of Filipino Scholars to Be of Service to the Nation
    Angelica Chi-Young FMAB The Responsibility of Filipino Scholars to be of Service to the Nation Scholars are people who have scholarship, and are characterized by intelligence. It is commonly known that this word or term scholar means student, one who studies under a teacher, or one who has l
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  • The Filipino People
    the nature of Filipino people How best to describe some of the warmest, friendly and informal people in the world? As with most predominantly Roman Catholic cultures religious traditions and customs help define the daily lives of the people, family values and their view of the world. Since arrivin
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  • Filipino Nationalism
    Rise of Filipino nationalism The opening of the Philippines to world trade rapidly developed the Philippine economy. Many Filipinos prospered overnight. Everyday Filipinos also benefited from the new economy with the rapid increase in demand for labor and availability of business opportunities. Som
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  • Filipino Social Acceptance
    PEOPLE WHO SHARE KNOWLEDGE REGARDING FILIPINO VALUES AND ITS STUDIES: Felipe Landa Jocano is a Professor Emeritus at the Asian Center of the University of the Philippines and Executive Director of PUNLAD Research House, Inc. He has authored numerous books on various aspects of Filipino Society
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  • What Is an Educated Filipino
    What is an educated Filipino? By: Francisco Benitez What is an educated Filipino and what qualities should distinguish him today? The conception of education and of what an educated man is varies in response to fundamental changes in the details and aims of society. In our country and during th
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  • Folkloric Motifs in Filipino Horror Movies
    ABSTRACT This study “Folklore in Movies: Folkloric Motifs in Selected Filipino Horror Movies”, sought to find out if there are folkloric elements present in the Filipino horror movies “Feng Shui”, “Pa-Siyam”, and “Sigaw” and how these elements are utilized. This study
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