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    brought about great cultural changes which also greatly altered the content, medium and form of Philippine literature. The simple and bucolic Filipino lifestyle became moresophisticated through a long period of exposure to the lifestyle of the colonizers. The Spaniards came with the Sword and the...
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  • Feasibility Study
    things to be proud of, for the Filipinos are renowned all over the world for creativity. While being creative is not an exclusive trait possessed only by Filipinos, what make them distinct are the artistry, expressiveness, spontaneity, and humor that altogether define Filipino creativity. As millions of...
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  • Research Paper
    Museum Complex. This consists of the National Museum Main(former Old Congress Building), which houses the National Art Gallery, the Museum of the Filipino People (former Finance Building), and the Department of the Tourism Building which shall become the Museum of Natural History. Per P.D. 804-A, the...
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  • Utilization of Squash Flour in Polvoron Making
    and flour form. Among these are suman, halea, kutchinta, bibingka, butse, turon , fritters, macaroons and yema. Polvoron, a native delicacy of Filipinos, has reached its reputation here and abroad. It is usually served as desert and merienda. Polvoron, with squash being the major raw material, has...
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  • Teenage Pregancy Rate
    study examines the relative contribution of cognitive function, physical function, and chronic illness to depression 2 years later in a nationwide sample of elders aged 70 and older. Chronic illness, physical function, and cognitive function all independently predict depressive morbidity in late-life...
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  • A Glimpse of the Japanese Era through Filipino Paintings
    Baybay City, Leyte DC 124 Fundamentals of Audio-Visual Communication INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE OUTLINE A Glimpse of the Japanese Era through Filipino Paintings Submitted to: Mr. Jude Nonie A. Sales Submitted by: Joseph B. Pilapil March 11, 2013 I INTRODUCTION I.1 Background in the...
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  • Effects of Bilingual Education
    English should be the medium of instruction in teaching Science and Mathematics in the elementary and secondary schools. The policy requires that Filipino should only be used in all other subjects. This policy has its good intention, that is, “to avail the advantages of the scientific, commercial and...
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  • Online Ordering System
    FlipTop: The First Filipino Rap Battle League From WikiPilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search FlipTop: The First Filipino Rap Battle League, popularly called FlipTop or FlipTop Battles, is the Philippines' premier rap battle contest joined by underground and...
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  • Study Guide in Lit.
    comment on a person’s actuation. Sawikain- sayings with no hidden meanings Spanish Period Folk Songs- manifest the artistic feelings of the Filipinos. Recreational Plays *Tibag- a ritual brought by Spaniards to remind the people about the search of St. Helena for the cross on which Jesus died...
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  • Trial
    Analysis Results and Discussions Conclusion and Recommendations Significance of the Study Nowadays, Filipinos are becoming health conscious. Although rice has been a main staple among Filipinos, eating bread -- specifically Pan de Sal -- during breakfast is also part of their daily routine. However...
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  • Ecrm
    Philippines to use electronic commerce technology in running their business. This research is concerned with the adoption of electronic commerce by Filipino owned SMEs and more specifically understanding the factors influencing the adoption of open source e- POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES...
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  • Brand Mentality
    and many others. It’s creamy and sweet taste has captured the Filipino taste buds and has made it a sought after chocolate in the Philippines. Goya is a 54 year old chocolate brand that originated locally. It is known by many Filipinos as the chocolate from their childhood. In the course of time, Goya...
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  • Pinoy Youth’s Preference for Kpop (Korean Pop) Music: How Does It Affect Their Taste for Opm (Original Pilipino Music)?
    Cebu College. RESEARCH INSTRUMENT Simple random sampling was done for the sample selection. This sampling method is conducted where each member of a population has an equal opportunity to become part of the sample. As all members of the population have an equal chance of becoming a research participant...
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  • Chapter 1
    foodstuff. It is found in most gummy candies as well as other products such as marshmallows, gelatin dessert, and some ice cream, dip and yogurt. For Filipino household gelatin, it usually comes in the form of sheets, granules, or powder that is being cooked as desserts or an add-on for salads for parties...
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  • Globalization, Call Center, and Language
    uses Hindi and English, whereas Philippines officially uses Tagalog and English. Indians acquired the English language during the British rule. Filipinos learned it during the period of American colonization. In the age of communication and technology, it is necessary to be English-speaking in order...
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  • The Literary History of the Philippines: a Timeline
    literature of the early Filipinos can be divided into two: floating or oral literature. * Singing and chanting were the main means for preserving and transmitting the history, belief, culture and traditions of the community. * The oral literature of the pre-colonial Filipinos bore the marks of the...
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  • Artifacts Discovered!
    survey that included photo documentation and sample retrieval of materials. “The team was able to locate and pinpoint the sunken vessel which is currently lying on a seabed at 110 feet below sea level and it was largely covered with sand and broken pieces of artifacts scattered in the area,“ Ricafrente...
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  • Bilingualism
    country with a drastic change in mind to integrate Japanese culture in the Philippine Education System. Japanese Bureau of Textbooks commanded the Filipinos to delete those textbooks which had reference to the U.S. and Britain and to democratic principles for the reason of Asia for Asians policy implemented...
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  • The Eight Basic Rights
    external use only etc." * Before buying products especially in cases when only large containers are available, it would be best if you ask for a sample or tester * Be on guard regarding products which are found to be hazardous, you can scan newspapers regularly for new bits on this topic The...
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  • Thesis
    1-INTRODUCTION RATIONALE Filipinos eat at least six times a day despite of our economic conditions. We have our complete meals, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks in between plus a snack at midnight. Now what could be the next deliciously new thing for Filipinos? The opponents will be developing...
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