I Am A Filipino Essays and Term Papers

  • 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 to...

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  • Parable of the Sower

    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, environmentally aware; on the other hand, The Philippines can be characterized as tropical, hectic, impoverish, polluted. If I were...

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  • Anatomy of a Filipino

    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 Yet, I find myself...

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  • Filipino Psychology

    JRank Bottom of Form Countries and Their Cultures Countries and Their Cultures » No-Sa » Culture of The Philippines The Philippines Culture Name Filipino Orientation Identification. The Republic of the Philippines was named the Filipinas to honor King Philip the Second of Spain in 1543. The Philippine...

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  • dwdw

    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 nice tone, It doesn't mean that I have...

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  • this book is everything

    is Alexis Chen AND I was born on November 22, 1998 at the UCSF hospital. I grew up in Daly city but when I was in 2nd grade I moved to Pacifica. I am first generation Filipino/Chinese and am proud of it. At this age it is hard to pinpoint exactly who I am since I’m only 12. When I thought of words to...

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  • Ewan

    on playing in my mind everytime I think of our history. It has been my second time to visit the historical place of Intramuros or what we call “The Walled City”. The first time I visited there was when we had the National Rizal Quiz Bee last December 2011. Since I am from the province, it has been my...

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  • Killing Myself

    to the Birth of World Wars. And the fruit of all these is my unique individuality. I am the child of the east and west combined. I am a product of so many revolutions. For a time, I was blinded from what is real. For centuries I was enslaved by people of different blood, color and race. Spanish colonizers...

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  • American-Filipino

    Kruse 06 Febuary 2010 “ ’Fil’ipino ‘Am’erican ” I was in Mercado, “the market place” in Mactan, Cebu Island, Philippines with my Yaya Emily eleven years ago. We were buying some groceries for our “Seafood Sundays” at home. I was 11 and I got mother’s permission to go to Mercado. It was my first...

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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 Filipino...

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  • Lesson Plan in I Am a Filipino

    GOALS This lesson allows you to begin your journey into understanding yourself as a Filipino which will hopefully lead you to mastering yourself. You will know about the desirable traits of a true Filipino. It will help you answer questions about your role and duties as a citizen of this country...

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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, hopelessly...

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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 and traditions...

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  • Ethnic Groups and Discrimination

    Ethnic Groups and Discrimination ETH 125 Sue Pyne The first Filipinos that came to America were referred to Luzon Indians. They immigrated to America on October 17, 1587. They first landed in Morro Bay, California. More and more Filipinos came to America aboard ships, most of them landing in California...

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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 a...

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  • Log on selected readings

     FIL-AM GROUP MARKS 40 YEARS OF SERVICE AND ACTIVISM A. Brief summary: Filipino Advocates for Justice (FAJ) stood up to unjust laws and discriminatory practices, developed leaders and organized the communities on major social issues. They are the one who operates on multiservice for national...

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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 challenged...

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  • integrated information technology to student learning

    The social costs of being Filipino migrants abroad A POINT OF AWARENESS By Preciosa S. Soliven  | Updated October 30, 2008 - 12:00am  0  0 googleplus0  0  Launched in 2002 by Philippine Social Science Council (PSSC), the book – Filipinos in Global Migration: At Home in the World? – a book project...

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  • Why Speak English?

    Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms of England a long, long time ago. I speak English. Am I from England? Of course not, I am a Filipino. But why do I need to speak English? They say English is the international language. Well, history reveals that Filipinos started speaking English when the Americans came to the...

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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 of...

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