• 2012 Filipino American Essay Contest
    Being a Filipino-American is very unique. I’m proud to be a part of two of the greatest cultures in the world. What’s even better than being a Filipino-American is being a Filipino-American living in San Diego. San Diego is one of the greatest places to live in the world. It’s a great place for...
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  • Parable of the Sower
    Julius Laborete 2/14/12 Hist. 436 Reflection Essay #1 Many of my peers, including myself were born here in America. As a Filipino-American, I am proud to be born and raised in America. I know the living conditions both here and the Philippines. By comparison, America is calm, civilized...
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  • Lesson Plan for English
    . Romulo “BALLAD OF A MOTHER’S HEART” –poem Reference: Better English for Philippine High Schools Strategies: Reading, Lecture, classroom discussion III. PROCEDURE • MOTIVATION: 1. Ask students how proud they are of being Filipinos. 2. Let them ponder about the advantages/benefits of being a...
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  • Philippine National Identity
    , visual styles, dishes, vocabulary and social customs being considered “unoriginal” by the outsiders. And because Filipinos are not really English speaking people, they become anxious about their identity when faced with foreigners. Also, when Filipinos are being exposed to the world through media, the...
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  • Biography of Hermano Pule
    virtues and worship according to conscience. (Borbon, 2012) 4. Pule was accused of being a heretic and filibuster. He appealed the charges, but was rejected by Royal Audiencia. (Borbon, 2012) 5. Hermano Pule, make the number of his member grew even the Spaniards heard about the Confradia. (Borbon...
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  • The Filipino Youth
    measures. These various hands-on involvements with communities taught me boundless points to improve my calling as a humble representation of our district.   It is also a formidable admission on my part that through these experiences. By:markyizms,july 2013 http://www.studymode.com/essays/Filipino-Youth-1834073.html...
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  • Why Insist on Asian Flavor?
    , Filipinos should not feel embarrassed about not being sufficiently Asian, either about being Westernized. What we have to do is accept the fact and the things that were brought to us, but Deep Nationalism would play an important role for us to identify the real taste and flavour of Filipinos. In...
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  • The Way of Volunteerism
    one is willing to. As the song Antukin goes, we can always find a solution as long as the person wants it. We all have been educated about this global epidemic called poverty for a long time. We’ve been taught that poverty exists with us, and being labeled as a third world country, we Filipinos are...
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  • Why I Don't Speak in English
    Filipino subjects and having difficulty to communicate and understand. The implementation of speaking English inside the school campus and having issued a penalty or punishment if caught right handedly speaking Filipino, is to bring canned good, prepare and make an essay consisting of ten (10) pages...
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  • Veneration Without Understanding: My Analysis
    ) about Rizal. It is a much deeper analysis of the real story behind his being a national hero, the aspects that contributed to such recognition, his condemnation of the revolution, and other factors which are not reflected on history books… - factors which we fail to converse over the years. He also...
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  • Being Gay
    Being Gay: What the Filipino Parents Should Understand About the LGBT About 3 days ago, I have read an article in the Philippine Star advising parents on what to do when they have a gay child. It was written by a local journalist, Tintin Bersola-Babao according to her interview with a “noted...
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  • Discrimination
    vigilantes, constantly berating and reprimanding Filipino-American employees for nearly six years" (DRMC)***. The Filipino nurses were harassed even during breaks, told to speak English, even though the EEOC regulations clearly state that such actions are not allowed. Besides being verbally abused and...
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  • Calilung
    , he regarded this experience as his stepping stone to being a Kapampangan artist since this paved way for him to be known in this kind of art. The Poet Presently, Roi has over 50 poems written in Filipino and 15 poems in Kapampangan. Though he had already lost count on how many poems he has...
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  • On the Concept of National Community
    The piece On the Concept of National Community by Cesar Adib Majul simply discusses about Dr. Jose Rizal’s analysis in his community during his time and his analysis about it too. The piece mainly discusses about the basic defects that can be observed, that is traceable to the Filipinos. First...
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  • Imc Case # 1
    about in the country. www.pinoypassion.com.ph AMBASSADOR With the help of modern day technology and the internet, this is an advocacy to encourage Filipinos outside the country to still make use of their passion to get involve with the campaign, by being the representative of the Filipino...
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  • Ten things you dont know about Jose Rizal
    years worth left.   Rizal’s sketch for his essay on the mangkukulam. The drawing shows a kulam victim with head lice. Rizal once won the lottery. Not only was he extremely gifted, Rizal was incredibly lucky too. According to First Filipino, while Rizal was exiled in Dapitan, he won P6,200 in the...
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  • Rizal
    name from or probably it could have been right from birth. “Veneration Without Understanding” by Renato Constantino is not just a simple article (or essay) about Rizal. It is a much deeper analysis of the real story behind his being a national hero, the aspects that contributed to such...
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  • Rizal
    .             Rizal was enchanted by the dignified(marangal) and proud bearing of the American Indians .He told his friends; “Why should we resent(magdamdam) being called Indios by the Spaniards? Look at those Indios from American – They are not ashamed of their name. Let us be like them .Let us be proud of the name...
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  • Rizal
    and as he grew he made novels and also more poems and complex essays with deep meanings and messages addressing to the Filipinos with topics about education, religion and government. Truly, Jose Rizal is a true renaissance man. For one person he had managed to have the knowledge of both science and...
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  • Book Review
    superfluous as class has nothing to do with love for one’s country. Nationalism, works and influence are basis for a hero, not the amount on his bank. Isn’t being a Filipino enough? If a majority of Filipinos are females, should the National hero be a female? I agree it should be considered, but it should...
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