• Significant Events
    was about to start my freshman year in high school. “Time can only go nowhere but forward,” I wrote in an essay entitled Filipino Time Enough that I submitted to the UP campus journalism workshop’s essay-writing contest. This essay won me first place. But unlike the Taboan, however, I had no cash...
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  • Filipino Psychology
    :20 pm this article has opened my eyes, i was born in the Philippines, but I was raised in the Hawaii at the age of 5 didn't know anything about my filipino culture till I read this article of yours. I'm very much thankful and at the same time very proud of being a filipina. 33 alexa Apr 27, 2010...
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  • Alab Koop
    – We have become a nation of cynics whose highest delight is to bash our cultural dignity by downgrading our traditional values and extolling the virtues of the west. ( Felipe L. Jocano, 1992, p.13) The Filipino must think and act Filipino, and be proud to be Filipino…They must therefore cast...
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  • Rp Rizal
    the sky. Rizal died with a smile in his lips, comforted by the thought that the Filipinos will finally be free, happy, and prosperous within one hundred years; that is to say, on or before 1990 (his essay being written in 1890). But there’s the rub—as we enter 2008, are we free and prosperous and...
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  • term paper
    . 1425 and equip their libraries with materials about Rizal. There are lots of works about Rizal nowadays, written by both Filipino and foreign authors. In this way, the schools, colleges and universities not only complied with the law but helped form historically aware and concerned young citizens...
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  • “Winning the War on Terrorism in the Philippines”
    .” 1 Side by side, shoulder to shoulder, the Americans and Filipinos took courage, fought back, recaptured Corregidor, and ultimately won the war against the terrorizing soldiers of the Imperial of Japan seventy years ago. This essay describes and examines the story of the modern-day-heroes of...
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  • Book Review
    remember things that are important. It cannot be denied that modern technology and civic order are vital to meet the country’s progress. But as Dr. Jose P. Rizal once wrote in his essay, The Philippines A Century Hence, “If you want to foretell the destiny of the Filipino people, study the pages of...
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  • Family Problems
    reader’s letter to Getrealphilippines.com). Like the tales of St. Peter playing bowling to explain thunder or may duende sa bakuran (dwarf in the backyard) to keep them from being naughty, parents confound their children about the birds and the bees. Sex education is sadly an area where Filipino families...
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  • Compile
    me stupid, call me stubborn. But I tell you I love the Philippines. I love her very much because I am a Filipino and I am part of her.   Reaction Its good love what ours, this what unites us in each someday will be the key for a better nation. My Short Essay About The Philippines By...
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  • RIZAL
    the youth seemed to have gone nowadays. They are more interested in gadgets and computer games. Many of the youth nowadays just don’t care about what is going on in our country. Some of the Filipino youth doesn’t even care about what our national hero has stated. For some of the youth being a...
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  • Character of Corazon Aquino as a Filipino Woman in the Biography by Lucy Komisar
    writer’s point of view in his essays such as styles, purpose and theme were studied. Statement of the Problem The study discusses the Character of Corazon Aquino as a Filipino Woman in the biography by Lucy Komisar. Specifically, this study answers the following questions: 1. What are the...
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  • The Literary History of the Philippines: a Timeline
    lots of new learnings regarding the pattern of development of Philippine Literature in English. I could say that through Philippine Literature my students would appreciate better the rich culture of the Filipino people. I am sure they would become proud of their identity as Filipinos. Philippine...
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  • Over
    them, this is presented in a manner that replicates Filipino culture and traditions. This is likely the reason why his first book - and those that followed it, can be considered true Pinoy classics." The pseudonym Bob Ong came about when the author was working as a web developer and a teacher, and...
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  • Self-Esteem Essay
    Alexandra L. Locsin A56 Aug 18/10 Writing Task: Self-Esteem Essay - Obedience [pic] Obedience A person is defined according to his or her own manners, good moral values and right conduct. All of these say so much about a person’s personality. It is because of her personality she...
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  • Religious Ideas of Dr. Jose Rizal
    from being one of them who is more proud – the man who is satisfied with following his own reason without imposing his views on others, or the man who tries to impose on others not what his reason dictates, but what appears to him to be the truth? What is rational has never seemed foolish to me, and...
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  • In JTA I learned About Love
    131 days interactive lesson about love – of being selfless. 1. Remember the small acts of kindness Two friends of mine went to the airport to see me off before I leave. They left me with 2 things: a scarf and a fuzzy house slipper. Little did I know that these 2 things be the source of my...
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  • Filipino Values
    forget here about sexual morality to which the church hierarchy seems to pay relatively more attention to). The question nowadays seems to be "Why can't we be good?" We Filipinos point out, ad nauseam, about our homeland as being the only Christian nation in Asia, as if it were a badge that we can...
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  • Sociology
    identity as a Filipino as strongly as I do today, thousands of miles away from home. I don’t know when, or if, I will ever go back for good. But I know that I have never been prouder of where I come from and that I can make my country proud of me, regardless of where I am.(Bobbie Reyes, 20, is an...
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  • Propaganda of Suppression: the Role of Cultural Policies During the Japanese Occupation, 1942-1945
    illustrations of both Filipino and American flags were eliminated as well.[21] In English and Reading books, poems and essays about the United States were eliminated. The poem “America” and short story “An American Knight” were, for example, deleted from the prescribed grade five textbook entitled “The...
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  • Rizal
    Library • When Ponce wrote to Rizal of being inspired to write a book about the Filipinos, Our whole aspiration," he declares, "is to educate our nation; education, and more education!" • He also organized a society known as Indios Bravos making the Indios native and Spaniard alike proud of...
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