• Philippine Data: History
    Philippines attained its independence. A 20-year rule by Ferdinand MARCOS ended in 1986, when a "people power" movement in Manila ("EDSA 1") forced him into exile and installed Corazon AQUINO as president. Her presidency was hampered by several coup attempts that prevented a return to full political...
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  • Wala Lang
    .       4. The fourth and final characteristic of post-EDSA writing is the development thrust towards the retrieval and the recuperation of writing in Philippine languages other than Tagalog. The Period of Enlightenment (1872-1898)o 2. o Historical Backgroundo After 300 years of passivity under...
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  • Psych
    A. Give a concise historical background of the Church in the Philippines * A large archipelago off the southeast coast of Asia, the Republic of the Philippines has a population of more than 70 million, speaking mainly English and Tagalog, along with seven other major dialects. More than 80...
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  • History
    artist for his commitment to preservation of the environment through his ecology paintings, with a long list of major works seen in international exhibits, he is included in the International dictionary of art published in London. Best known as an EDSA revolutionary artist, his long series painting...
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  • Stabigididadrendon
    promised to be the evening of her biggest social rehabilitation yet after the little incident that was Edsa 23 years ago. When Imelda arrived, in a purple and red gown accented with a swarm of rubies on her neck, she glided in as if she’d never left—grand, commanding, a magnet for photographers...
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  • Beautiful Places
    location of Maynilad, being on the Pasig River and the Manila Bay, made it an ideal location for indigenous Tagalog tribes to trade with other Asian civilizations, including Chinese and Islamic merchants who had come from China, Borneo, and Indonesia. Maynilad was also the seat of power for native...
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  • El Presidente
    * he made Tagalog / Filipino as the national language of the Philippines * his body lies within the special monument on Quezon Memorial Circle | Jose P. Laurel  | October 14, 1943- August 15 1945 | * he was considered as the legitimate president of the Philippines. * he organized...
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  • Pick-Up Lines
    ?" “Hi, you look a lot like my next girlfriend." “Hi, I know I’m a guy but I want to be Alice, coz your body's a Wonderland." “Do you know how to drive?,‘Coz you drive me crazy. Tagalog Pick-up lines “Miss, Google ka ba? Kasi, nasa iyo ang lahat ng hinahanap ko." “Miss, album ka...
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  • Sdfdsfdsf
    Tagalog while women are dressed in either black dresses or in their best dress. Relatives that are closest to the deceased are customarily dressed in black, and women use black veils as well. Caskets of Filipinos are often covered with glass, with the inner part of the lid containing ribbons with the...
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  • Tour Plannung Development
    Map of the world. Enchanted Kingdom is located 5.9 kilometres from Carmona (Southern Tagalog). Enchanted Kingdom is located 6.7 kilometres from Binan (Southern Tagalog). Enchanted Kingdom is located 9.9 kilometres from Calamba (Southern Tagalog). Enchanted Kingdom is located 14.6 kilometres from...
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  • Child Rights Protection
    Former Highway 54 is Now Named After him (EDSA). 36. Francisco Baltazar - Prince of Tagalog Poets. 37. Teresa Magbanua - First Woman Fighter in Panay. Visayan Joan of Arc. 38. Trinidad Tecson - Mother of Biak-na-Bato. 39. Agueda Esteban - Wife of Artemio Ricarte Who Carried Secret...
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  • Philippine Music
    by indigenous groups (such as the Mangyan, Lumad, Batak, Tagbanwa and Aeta) as well as historically by low-land groups such as the Bisaya, Bicol and Tagalog, yet the kulintang ensembles themselves are only played by groups which were Islamized and engaged in international trade with its neighbors in...
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  • Buenvenido Lumbera
    , Bienvenido Lumbera contributed to the downfall of Marcos although he was in Japan during the 1986 Edsa uprising, teaching at the Osaka University of Foreign Studies. Bienvenido Lumbera is also the founding and current chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the multi-awarded media group Kodao...
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  • Paintings
    - The People Power Monument is a sculpture of towering people commemorating the People Power Revolution of 1986 located on the corner of Epifanio de los Santos Avenue or EDSA and White Plains Avenue in Quezon City.[1] It was made by Eduardo Castrillo in 1993. It is about 0.89 kilometers from the EDSA...
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  • Ncr (National Capital Region)
    | | | | | | |barrier, was misinterpreted by the Tagalog | | | | | | | |people. Pointing to the receding tide of the...
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  • Docs
    loved to speak the Filipino language and to wear the   barong Tagalog even on state functions. So simple were his ways, so honest and sincere were his dealings with the people, so loyal and dedicated were his service to the Filipino people that many shed tears when he died in a plane crash on March 17...
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  • Goodbye, Superboy: a Fond Farewell to the Last Romantic
    , with excessive hoopla, of each succeeding anniversary of the EDSA "people power" revolution (and then an EDSA II, and, sanamagan, even an EDSA III so-called) that the man whose heroism and sacrifice inspired not merely the first people power barricades, but a national upsurge I prefer to call "The...
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  • Hermano Puli
    pagkatapos ay pinag-putol putol ang katawan dahil sa kanyang pag-ibig sa Diyos at Inang Bayan. Bakit hindi natin ipagpatuloy ang kanyang adhikain, nagtagumpay na tayo noon. Hinahangaan na tayo sa buong mundo noong Edsa Uno at Dos ! Mga magulang, at kapwa ko kabataan...
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  • Kmnniknnini
    indigenous (mostly Tagalog, Pampango and Visayan) and Chinese population that accepted the King of Spain as their sovereign. Naturally, by accepting the Spanish King as theirs, all those mentioned became Spanish citizens in fact. And as Spanish citizens they shared in whatever attributes of...
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  • Amalayer
    language. Philippine literature is written in Spanish, English, Tagalog, and/or other native Philippine languages. Philippine literature is the body of works, both oral and written, that Filipinos, whether native, naturalized, or foreign born, have created about the experience of people living in...
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