• My God, My Country and Me
    I am proud to be a Filipino. Our Lord God's plan is for me to live my life as a Filipino and therefore, in my heart and in my mind, I shall always be a Filipino wherever I may be in the world. God wants me to belong to the Filipino family and as such, I am a “kapatid” [brother], kapamilya at kapuso...
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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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  • Anatomy of a Filipino
    The Anatomy of a Filipino By: Prof. Felix Bautista All: I like to think that I am a Filipino, that I am as Good, a Filipino as Anyone. Girls: My heart thrills, when, I Hear, the National anthem, being played. Boys: And my Blood Rises, when, I see our flag, Fluttering in the breeze. All: And...
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  • dwdw
    Stereotype Poem Just because I'm filipino……. It doesn't mean that I am late with everything, It doesn't mean that I eat with my hands, It doesn't mean that I can't take criticism, Just because I'm filipino, It doesn't mean I have really good hair, It doesn't mean that I have a good...
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  • Ethnic Groups and Discrimination
    likely to think that, “Since I am Filipino I have to work harder.” And, “Since I am Filipino it is hard to get promotions/raises.”. In 2000, there were approximately 2.4 million Filipinos in America making them the 2nd largest asian group. That being said, the Filipinos are perceived to have the...
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  • Therese Nocete
    I AM A FILIPINO BY CARLOS P. ROMULO AMANDA, THERESE, MARCO: I am a Filipino! (3 counts) KENNETH, ALEM, IRA: I am a Filipino! (3 counts) JM, AVIS, DANIEL, PAUL, and PENNY: I am a Filipino! (3 counts) ALL: I am a Filipino! By Carlos P. Romulo! PENNY, PAUL, MARCO, AMANDA, and NOCETE: I am a...
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  • Stuff
    SPEECH Today I am going to talk to you about my Filipino culture. Culture is very significant to me as it defines me as a person. It gives me a sense of belonging and understanding of who I am. Moving here in New Zealand has made me realise just how important it is to keep my Filipino culture...
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  • Filipino Psychology
    own culture.. 10 susan May 13, 2007 @ 8:20 pm is there anything about culture i mean like cultural traditions? 11 princess May 15, 2007 @ 6:06 am i found your article to be very interesting. You seem to tie up basic information about the philippines and the filipinos. 12 ralph sabatano Aug 29...
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  • Ewan
    . I feel so proud to be a Filipino everytime I hear the tourist guide introducing our history to the foreigners. I am not a super fan of Dr. Jose Rizal that time. Though his intelligence catches me, at first I don’t admire him that much. But when I saw his works in real, namely the The Thriumph of...
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  • Rizal
    Love letter to Filipinos I am writing to thank Filipinos for the way you have treated me here, and to pass on a lesson I learned from observing the differences between your culture and mine over the years. I am an expatriate worker. I refer to myself as an OAW, an overseas American worker, as...
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  • American-Filipino
    when I stepped off the Cathay Pacific Airlines, people would refer to me as “Americana.” Herrell 2 Filipinos would often ask me of my ethnicity, “Americana ka?” I would say yes in perfect English, just because I could not speak anything else. Still in English, I would add that I am Filipino and...
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  • Killing Myself
    and pain. For a time, I have seen the harsh realities filled with chaos, propaganda, hatred, vengeance, wars, hidden agenda, corruption, greed, lust and every devilish deeds. But Lo and behold, a new one has come. I am killing myself. Killing the old Filipino. Within me, came rushing out the...
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  • Feature Writing of a Campus Journalist
    I am Who I am! I am a human being, a student, a Filipino, a dreamer and a son of God, that’s who I am. I am a person questioned by many, adored by quite and loved by few people. I am who I am. I am a human being, full of emotions, thoughts and experiences made by life itself. A human being...
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  • A Filipino's Worth
    Am I really proud to be a Filipino? Or I am just forced to become one? Am I ashamed of my own heritage? To be honest with you, I can think of more reasons why I should be ashamed of my heritage than to be proud of it. There are many instances that make a great impact on the pride and dignity...
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  • I Am a Filipino
    I am a Filipino I am a Filipino, and I'm proud to be a Filipino. And what happens to our ancestors in the past. From the Malayan pioneers sought our land and live on their own. Make home on what they see on the nature, land, hills, mountain and seas, hoping to have a better life with their...
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  • integrated information technology to student learning
    ? Sometimes, I feel a bitter envy toward other Asian groups because there’s a sense of culture that I am not always sure is emphasized for Filipinos.” “I’ve talked to Filipinos who know a lot more about the American civil war, about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln than they do about their own...
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  • Bar Business Plan
    by Carlos P. Romulo entitled, "I Am A Filipino". It encompasses the greatness of our race, the struggles, the triumphs and even the downside moments... Reading such masterpiece enriches my mind, but most of all it touches the my very soul that reminds me to love myself and be proud to be a Filipino...
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  • Amigo
    enemies, somehow at some point, became friends with the Filipino people. They engaged with the Filipinos in merry-making and I think they had so much fun. I am also very glad that the director, John Sayles, highlighted some very important customs and traditions of the Filipino people especially...
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  • Im Looking for a Filipino by: Felix Bautista
    I am Looking for a Filipino!” by Felix B. Bautista Our passion with the American dream is turning into a Filipino nightmare. Our people have become a paradox of the Filipinos of yesteryear. They now laugh at such virtues as filial respect and obedience. They think these virtues are horribly...
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  • Mark
    have also culinary skills. I am knowledgeable in operating coffee machine and basic Barista skills. PERSONAL DATA Birthday: November 28, 198 Status: Single Birthplace: Caloocan City Weight: 154 lbs. Religion: Roman Catholic Height: 5’7 ft. Citizenship: Filipino...
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