• About the Philippines
    traders and proselytizers from Malaysia and Indonesia.[28] By the 15th century, Islam was established in the Sulu Archipelago and by 1565 had reached Mindanao, the Visayas, and Luzon.[29] An elaborate border frames a full length illustration one would associate with a manuscript of a man and woman. The...
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  • Philippines
    Hinduism and Vajrayana Buddhism. Music The early music of the Philippines featured a mixture of Indigenous, Islamic and a variety of Asian sounds that flourished before the European and American colonization. Spanish settlers and Filipinos played a variety of musical instruments, including flutes, guitar...
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  • Essay
    mi2 * Bodies of water * East – Pacific Ocean * West – South China Sea * Largest Islands * Luzon (40,530 mi2) * Mindanao (36,670 mi2) * Other major islands (largest to smallest) * Samar * Negros * Palawan * Panay * Mindoro ...
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  • Economy
    Roman Catholic countries in Asia, the other being East Timor. * Between 5 and 10% of the population are Muslim, most of whom live in parts of Mindanao, Palawan, and the Sulu Archipelago—an area known as Bangsamoro or the Moro region.  Animism, folk religion, and shamanism remain present as undercurrents...
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  • Philippines
    .......... 75 Internal Threats ............................................................................................................. 80 Islamic Separatist Groups ............................................................................................. 83 Communist Groups ................
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  • Secret Book
    ESSAY SERIES ASIAN AND ASIAN-AMERICAN MUSIC By Hiromi Lorraine Sakata Hiromi Lorraine Sakata Dr. Sakata is a Japanese-American born in California who lived and worked in Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. She has a Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology with emphasis on music of Asia especially East, South, and Southeast...
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  • Asean Culture
    more than that. Culture is the characteristics of a particular group of people, defined by everything from language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts. Each country in the Association of South East Asian Nation or ASEAN has its own distinct culture. This difference in culture is what we call...
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  • Contitutional Accomodation of Bangsamoro
    CONSTITUTIONAL ACCOMODATION OF A BANGSAMORO ISLAMIC REGION* | |   |   |   |   |   | By Atty. Soliman Santos, jr. |   |   | "Exploring Constitutional Structures for the Muslim Community" is a concisely well-stated theme for this roundtable discussion hosted by the UP Law Center's Institute of...
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  • Ethno-Religious Separatism: Strategies to Cope with Minority Status
    guide to a good and righteous life. The Islamic concept, din wa daula, (religion and state) establishes that in other for a Muslims to live a righteous life they need to live in a society that understands and support an Islamic ways of life. This call for an Islamic state makes one wonder how Muslims who...
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  • Phillipine
    The Arts Music The early music of the Philippines featured a mixture of Indigenous, Islamic and a variety of Asian sounds that flourished before the European and American colonization in the 16th and 20th centuries. Spanish settlers and Filipinos played a variety of musical instruments, including flutes...
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  • Manila
    expeditions came in six stages starting from the Spanish conquest of Borneo in 1578, ending in the attempts to consolidate Hispanic hold in some parts of Mindanao to prevent the other foreign powers at that time (e.g. the British and the Dutch) from penetrating the Muslim sultanates. Each of these aggressions...
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  • Nur Misuari – Founding Leader and Chairman of the Central Committee of the Moro National Liberation Front (Mnlf)
    revolutionary party.” It drew membership from students and young professionals. With Sison as the Chairman of KM, Nur was appointed Chairman of KM’s Western Mindanao unit. KM became widely known as a Marxist front organization, and it was the first opposition group to be outlawed upon the declaration of Martial...
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  • Filipino Traditional Music
    folk music Philippine gong music can be divided into two types: the flat gong commonly known as gangsa and played by the groups in the Cordillera region of the bossed gongs played among the Islam and animist groups in the Southern Philippines. Kulintang refers to a racked gong chime instrument played...
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  • Mnlf
    Sangil, Palawani, Molbog, and Jamamapun. In the 2000 Philippine census, Islam was given as the religious affiliation by 20.44% of the population of Mindanao, all in all approximately 3.7 million persons (National Statistics Office Manila, Philippines). The map below indicates those provinces of the southern...
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  • Methods of Research
    longest political experience compared to other groups in the whole Philippines. Their culture is a blend of Islam and adat. Adat is the sum of both pre-Islamic culture and the philosophical interpretation of the Muslims on the teachings of Islam. It is itself the lasting contribution of the Philippine Muslims...
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  • Social Problems
    problems, such as murders and DWI traffic deaths. Other social problems may be viewed as such by certain groups of people. Teenagers who play loud music in a public park obviously do not view it as a problem, but some other people may consider it an undesirable social condition. Some nonsmokers view...
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  • National Security, Philippines
    NATIONAL SECURITY AND CONFLICTS IN MINDANAO OUTLINE 1. National Security Policy 2011-2016 -policy, goals and objectives 2. Role of the AFP - Brief history of the AFP 3. Insurgents Problems in the Bureaucracy National Security, Conflicts in Mindanao -------------------------------------------------...
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  • Moa-Ad
    regulate certain activities within the area, such as logging operations for instance. 15. What will happen to operating licenses and similar instruments (like IFMA, TLA, etc.) already issued beforehand? These will continue to operate until they either expire, revoked with due cause, or renewed...
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  • Performing Arts
    use of the term performing arts was in 1711. OVERVIEW OF THE TOPICS: 1 Types of performing arts • 1.1 Theatre • 1.2 Dance • 1.3 Music 2 History of Western performing arts • 2.1 Renaissance • 2.2 Modern era • 2.3 Post-War performance 3 Eastern performing arts ...
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  • Mapeh
    WORK FOR MUSIC GRADINGPERIOD | MUSIC I | MUSIC II | MUSIC III | MUSIC IV | 1stQuarter | Music of Highlands and Lowlands-Music of Cordilleras-Music of Lowlands of Luzon 1:(Music for Liturgy and Devotional Music)- Music of Lowlands of Luzon 2:(Secular Music with Spanish Influence)- Music of Lowlands...
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