• Mapeh
    Philippine art, he received the National Artist Award, the country's highest accolade in the arts, in 1997.[1] Luz has produced art pieces through a disciplined economy of means. His early drawings were described as "playful linear works" influenced by Paul Klee. His best masterpieces are...
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  • Philippine Literature
    the arrival of a huge cultural influence – literature as a cultural tradition, than a form of art that had a particular set of decorum. ·         Early Forms of Philippine Literature:                     o   Bugtong (riddles; a bugtong contains a metaphor called,Talinghaga), Salawikain (proverb...
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    dance); - This period in Philippine literature history represented the ethos of the people before the arrival of a huge cultural influence – literature as a cultural tradition, than a form of art that had a particular set of decorum. · Early Forms of Philippine Literature...
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  • Performing Arts
    • 3.3 India and Pakistan • 3.4 China • 3.5 Thailand • 3.6 Cambodia • 3.7 Japan 4 Philippines performing arts • Theatre • Dance • Music Performing arts include dance, music, opera, theatre, magic, Spoken word, circus arts and musical theatre. Artists who...
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  • Paper Archi
     Origin/ Beginning of Philippine Short Story in English I. The Early Period – 1900 to 1930 On August 13, 1898, the American forces occupied Manila . A few years later, in April of 1900, President William McKinley directed the Philippines Commission to make English the official medium of...
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  • History of Arnis
    , with influences from other Filipino and Japanese martial arts. Remy Presas studied his family's system from an early age. He went on to study the Japanese systems of Shotokan Karate and Judo, achieving high rank in each; but he also studied a variety of other Filipino systems, most notablyVenancio...
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  • Artists
    ------------------------------------------------- Cesar Torrente Legaspi Cesar Legaspi on April 2, 1917 in Tondo, Manila (1917–1994) is a Filipino National Artist awardee in painting. He was also an art director prior to going full-time in his visual art practice in the 1960s. His early (1940s...
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  • Essay
    The Philippines is an island nation rich in both culture and history. The Filipino martial art of Arnis/Kali/Escrima has contributed to both the history and diversity of the Philippines. There are an abundance of styles and systems of Arnis/Kali/Escrima that are taught throughout the world to this...
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  • Documents
    past decade, the mainstreaming of Philippine Independent films has taken various forms in Philippine Cinema as early as 1970s. Filipino filmmakers are able to freely express what they feel and boldly articulate the Filipino experience and relate to the viewers the real face of the Filipinos and the...
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    from other Filipino and Japanese martial arts. Arnis is the Philippines' national martial art and sport, after President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo signed the Republic Act. No. 9850 in 2009. The Act mandates the Department of Education to include the sport as a Physical Education course. Arnis will be...
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  • Philippines' Economy
    experience was just a beginning and I know I can do more. What more do I have in mind? I want to create a cause in Art. I want to change how you see a dumpsite to become more pleasant to the eyes, or something like that. New York and European countries have already taken this action and why not take it...
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  • Jose Garcia Villa
    reception 5 Awards 6 References 7 Further Reading [edit]Biography [edit]Early life Villa was born on August 5, 1908, in Manila's Singalong district. His parents were Simeon Villa (a personal physician of Emilio Aguinaldo, the founding President of the First Philippine Republic) and Guia...
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  • Mytitle
    other Filipino and Japanese martial arts. TRAINING One of the characteristics of Filipino martial arts is the use of weapons from the very beginning of training. Modern Arnis is no exception. The primary weapon is the rattan stick, called a cane or baston (baton), which varies in size, but is...
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  • Asimcf23
    possessing medical properties. This became the foundation of the UST museum. Thus, the establishment of the Faculty of Medicine may also be considered the beginning of the UST Museum, the first private museum in the Philippines. The first public museums in the Philippines were set-up during the American...
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  • The Philippine Cultural Heritage
    THE PHILIPPINE CULTURAL HERITAGE OUR BEGINNINGS AS A PEOPLE Geographic and Geological Background Scientist claim that is evidence to show that about 1 ½ million years ago the Philippines was a part of the mainland of Asia. Geologists believe that during the Pleistocene Period, or Ice Age...
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  • Josegarciavilla
    1964 to 1973, as well as conducting poetry workshops in his apartment. Villa was also a cultural attaché to the Philippine Mission to the United Nations from 1952 to 1963, and an adviser on cultural affairs to the President of the Philippines beginning 1968...
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  • A Research on the Influences of Chinese Cultures and Traditions to the Filipino People
    mami and are a standing testament of the Chinese cuisine. It is really big thing in the Philippines that the cultures of china influence our country because some people celebrate the Chinese New Year and beliefs even they are not Chinese. We all know in the past decade the Chinese people had early...
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  • Dbq: 19th and 20th Centuries
    these desires, we, the United States, will do just about anything if need be. During the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, America realized we needed to expand overseas. The only way to do that was through an imperialistic beginning. Imperialism is the control or influence of a weaker...
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    . One of the most break thoughts was the recovery of fossil human bones in Palawan. It marked the beginning of a more systematic investigation of early man in the Philippines. Effects of Pleistocene climate on the Philippines. The withdrawals and restoral of water resulting from widespread...
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  • Kabataan Sa Makabagong Henerasyon
    language. 1925 – 1931 was the periood of phenomenal growth among the practitioners in the art.” It is true that the early short stories were the work of novices. The tales were often romantic and the adventures, thems, and plots were sometiomes imitated. There were difficulties in grammar and at times...
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