"Poems During Japanese Occupation In The Philippines" Essays and Research Papers

  • Poems During Japanese Occupation In The Philippines

    Philippine Literature during the Japanese Era Background During the Japanese Occupation, when Tagalog was favored by the Japanese military authority, writing in English was consigned to limbo. It picked up after the war, however, with a fervor and drive for excellence that continue to this day. Stevan Javellana's "Without Seeing the Dawn" (1947), the first postwar novel in English, was published in the United States. In 1946, the Barangay Writers Project was founded to help publish books in English...

    Elpidio Quirino, Filipino people, Filipino women writers 1270  Words | 4  Pages

  • During The Japanese Occupation

    SUBMITTED TO: SIR REMUS TAMBAGO SUMMARY OF CHAPTERS 6-10 During the Japanese occupation, Filipino literature was given a break, as writing in English was consigned to limbo. Philippine literature in English came to a halt because of the strict prohibitions of the Japanese. Almost all newspapers in English were stopped except for “Tribune” and “the Philippine Review”; even American films were closed too. The drama experienced a lull during the Japanese period and the big movie houses were just made to show...

    Cavite, Colonialism, Emilio Aguinaldo 2022  Words | 5  Pages

  • japanese occupation

    JAPANESE OCCUPATION & the SECOND REPUBLIC JAPANESE MILITARY ADMINISTRATION 1. Japanese Military Administration established on Jan. 03, 1942 by the Japanese High Command. a. First Director-General – Maj. Gen Yoshihide Hayashi; succeeded by Maj. Gen. Takazi Wachi. 2. Military rule by the Japanese conquerors. a. All government officials and employees were ordered to returned to their post. b. Military proclamation declared that for one Japanese killed by the population ten prominent Filipino...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Empire of Japan, Filipino language 1287  Words | 5  Pages

  • Japanese Occupation

    Japanese Occupation Filipino war veterans would describe it life under the Japanese was anything but peaceful. Thousands of them stood witness to oppression and suffering through the years of colonial occupation under Japan. All their stories were spoken against a backdrop of violent subjugations, each one bringing back old wounds and reliving some of their worst nightmares. For most Filipinos, it was a harsh and fearsome reality filled with terror and abuse. Never in the history of the Philippines...

    Empire of Japan, Human rights, Imperial Japanese Army 1637  Words | 5  Pages

  • Japanese Occupation

    Throughout much of World War II, British Malaya, North Borneo and Sarawak were under Japanese occupation. The Japanese Empire commenced the Pacific War with the invasion of Kota Bahru in Kelantan on 8 December 1941 at 00:25,[1] about 90 minutes before the Attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii at 07:48 on 7 December Hawaii time, or 01:48 on 8 December Malayan time. They then invaded the island of Borneo in mid December 1941, landing on the west coast near Miri in Sarawak;[2] invasion was completed by...

    Attack on Pearl Harbor, Battle of Malaya, British Malaya 575  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Japanese Occupation

    ASIA Japanese Occupation: 1. Was the Japanese Occupation a turning point for the pre-war nationalists? The Japanese Occupation during World War Two was indeed to a large extent a turning point for the development of nationalist movements essentially because it had empowered them to do what they could not in the pre-war period due to their own limitations and the constraints imposed by their colonial rulers and this catalysed the process of gaining independence. During the Japanese Occupation, a rise...

    British Empire, Colonialism, Imperialism 2233  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Japanese Era

    Chapter 6 - The Japanese Period (1941-1945) Historical Background Between 1941-1945, Philippine Literature was interrupted in its development when the Philippines was again conquered by another foreign country, Japan. Philippine literature in English came to a halt. Except for the TRIBUNE and the PHILIPPINE REVIEW, almost all newspapers in English were stopped by the Japanese. This had an advantageous effect on Filipino Literature, which experienced renewed attention because writers in English...

    Carlos P. Romulo, Creative writing, Essay 816  Words | 3  Pages

  • Japanese Period

    PHILIPPINE LITERATURE The Japanese Period (1941 – 1945) The Japanese occupation of the Philippines occurred between 1941 and 1945, when the Empire of Japan occupied the Commonwealth of the Philippines during World War II. The invasion of the Philippines started on December 8, 1941, ten hours after the attack on Pearl Harbor. As at Pearl Harbor, the American aircraft were severely damaged in the initial Japanese attack. Lacking air cover, the American Asiatic Fleet in the Philippines withdrew to...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino people 2220  Words | 7  Pages

  • Philippine History During the Japanese Occupation

    theories on the origins of the first Filipinos, the inhabitants of what will later be called the Philippine Islands and eventually the Republic of the Philippines. See the Early Inhabitants of the Philippine Islands.   In the beginning of the 3rd century, the inhabitants of Luzon island were in contact and trading with East Asian sea-farers and merchants including the Chinese. In the 1400's the Japanese also established a trading post at Aparri in Northern Luzon.   In 1380, Muslim Arabs arrived at...

    Commonwealth of the Philippines, Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino people 611  Words | 2  Pages

  • Japanese Period

    iodThe Japanese period Historical background Between 1941-1945, Philippine Literature was interrupted in its development when the Philippines was again conquered by another foreign country, Japan. Philippine literature in English came to a halt. Except for the TRIBUNE and the PHILIPPINE REVIEW, almost all newspapers in English were stopped by the Japanese. This had an advantageous effect on Filipino Literature, which experienced renewed attention because writers in English turned to writing in...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino women writers, Palanca Awards 1982  Words | 7  Pages

  • Philippine-Japanese Relations

    Philippine-Japanese relations span a period from the 17th century to the present. Relations between Japan and the Philippines date back to at least the late Muromachi period of Japanese history, as Japanese merchants and traders had settled in Luzon even before the Spanish colonization. Especially in the area of Dilao, a suburb of Manila was a Nihonmachi of 3000 Japanese around the year 1600. The term probably originated from the Tagalog term 'dilaw', meaning 'yellow', this describes their general...

    Corazon Aquino, Empire of Japan, Japan 942  Words | 3  Pages

  • System of Government in the Philippines During..

    SPANISH PERIOD During the Spanish colonization in the Philippines, the government was composed of two branches, the executive and the judicial. There was no legislative branch on that time since the laws of the islands were coming from Spain. The only laws created in the Philippines are those who were ordered by the Governor General. The government on that time was lead by the Governor General. He was considered as the representative of Spain and the King himself. He is the highest officer in...

    Elpidio Quirino, Luzon, Manila 2220  Words | 6  Pages

  • Japanese Period

    JAPANESE PERIOD (1941-1945) During the Japanese period, Filipinos undergo in the Puppet Government ruled by the Japanese. Puppet Government is a said to be a republic that has no power to control itself and controlled by the foreign power instead. As a President of this republic, Japanese appointed Mr. Jose P. Laurel. He was chosen since he studied at the “Tokyo International University” and the Japanese thought that they can easily rule the Filipinos through him. They also promoted the use of...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino mestizo 953  Words | 4  Pages

  • Japanese Occupation in Malaya

    The Japanese occupation towards the Malay rite The Japanese invasion took place in 1942 and the occupation lasted until 1945. The whole of the Malay Peninsula and Singapore were captured by this Japanese in the middle of February 1942. Due to possible reason Japanese easily occupied Malaysia. Mainly, British were unprepared to face Japanese attack from south Singapore as that was where the British administration center. Also Japanese started to attacked from north (Kelantan) and take over Malaya...

    Malay Peninsula, Malayan Emergency, Malaysia 1722  Words | 5  Pages

  • Japanese occupation of Malaya

    Japanese occupation of Malaya The Japanese Empire commenced the Pacific War with the invasion of Kota Bahru in Kelantan on 8 December 1941 at 00:25,[1] about 90 minutes before the Attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii at 07:48 on 7 December Hawaii time, or 01:48 on 8 December Malayan time. They then invaded the island of Borneo in mid December 1941, landing on the west coast near Miri in Sarawak;[2] invasion was completed by 23 January 1942 when they landed at Balikpapan in Dutch Borneo on the east...

    1967, 1990, 2007 1391  Words | 5  Pages

  • 21847859 The Japanese Occupation In The Philippines

    The Japanese Occupation in the Philippines December 7, 1941 7:55 am - The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor December 8, 1941 6:30 am - Davao City was bombed (First area in the Philippines to be bombarded) Next Tuguegarao, Baguio, Iba, Tarlac and Clark Field December 9, 1941 Bombing of Manila December 10, 1941 First Invasion of the Philippines by the Japanese Aparri, Vigan, Legaspi, Davao, Lingayen, Atimonan and Mauban Under the command of Lt. Masaharu Homma Japan bombed Cavite, Nichols Field and...

    Douglas MacArthur, Elpidio Quirino, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo 2006  Words | 10  Pages

  • Japanese Literatue

    Historical Background The Americans returned in 1945. Filipinos rejoiced and guerrillas who fled to the mountain joined the liberating American Army. On July 4, 1946, the Philippines regained is freedom and the Filipino flag waved joyously alone. The chains were broken. Palanca awards Another inspiration for writers in Filipino was the launching of the Palanca Memorial Awards for literature headed by Carlos Palanca Sr. in 1950. (Until now, the awards are still being given although the man...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Palanca Awards 1097  Words | 2  Pages

  • Philippine History Matrix

    They already had poems and they can write.• Poems were written on clays. | • A barangay was ruled by a Datu. | Spanish | • Education that was taught mainly focuses on religion.• Only the Illustrados were able to study formal education abroad. | • The Philippine economy was put to halt.• Introduction of the Galleon Trade• Tobacco Monopoly• Polo y Servicio | • Peninsulares• Insulares• Spanish Mestizo• Principalia• Indio | • Christianity was introduced | • Paintings• Songs• Poems• News Papers• Novels...

    Corazon Aquino, Elpidio Quirino, Ferdinand Marcos 866  Words | 4  Pages

  • Spanish , American and Japanese Era in the Philippines

    Philippine History During the Japanese Occupation On December 8, 1941, the Japanese invades the Philippines hours after bombing Pear Harbor in Hawaii. While the forces of Gen. Douglas MacArthur retreated to Bataan, the Commonwealth government of President Quezon moved to Corregidor Island. Manila was declared an open city to prevent further destruction. After the fall of Bataan on April 9, 1942 and Corregidor, In March 1942, MacArthur & Quezon fled the country and by invitation of President Roosevelt...

    Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo 1254  Words | 4  Pages

  • History Education Philippine

    The Philippines Under Japan: Occupation Policy and Reaction Ikehata Setsuho and Ricardo Trota Jose, editors Quezon City / Ateneo de Manila University Press / 1999 By Temario C. Rivera   If understanding the past is a key to making sense of the present and the future, this collection of eight meticulously researched and clearly written articles on the Japanese occupation of the Philippines is a must read. The book stands out for its extensive use of hitherto inaccessible primary Japanese...

    Appeasement, Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, Japan 1236  Words | 4  Pages

  • Philippines and Short Stories

    7. Rizal was vanished to Dapitan. 8. Many newspapers were pot up during the revolutionary period. 9. National Anthem of the Philippines was composed. 10. The Noli Me Tangere and its sequel El Filibusterismo were published. Spanish Period (1565-1898) 1. Literature started to flourish. 2. Formation of different classes of society arises. 3. Spaniards have exerted a strong influence on Philippine literature. 4. There are books created that give doctrine and influence...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Katipunan 795  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philippine History

    PHILIPPINE HISTORY CHAPTER 6 - THE BIRTH OF A NATION * WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PROCLAMATION OF THE PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE IN 1898? The significance of the proclamation of the Philippine independence is that the Philippines is finally free from the 333 years rule of the Spaniards. As we all know, the Spaniards colonized the country for the longest time. The Filipino people definitely wanted to be freed for the Spaniards and eventually their sense of nationalism has finally awakened...

    Empire of Japan, History of the Philippines, Imperial Japanese Navy 2189  Words | 7  Pages

  • Philippine history

     During the colonization of the Philippines, the Filipinos lost their freedom. They were being abused by the Spaniards. These are the settings in the Spaniards colonization: The Filipinos are required to pay a TRIBUTO or TRIBUTE (TAX). FORCED LABOR is established under the Spaniards government. It is where the male Filipinos 16-60 of age were required to work for the government for 40 days in one year. They were assigned to build or repair roads and bridges Sometimes, they would be...

    Filipino people, Philippines, Spain 901  Words | 4  Pages

  • Education in the Philippines During the Japanese Era

    Education during the Japanese Era • Japan launched an attack on the Philippines on December 8, 1941, just ten hours after their attack on Pearl Harbor. Initial aerial bombardment was followed by landings of ground troops both north and south of Manila. • Order No. 2 of the Japanese Imperial Forces set up the war-time educational objectives in the country on February 17, 1942 Education aimed at: • Making the people understand the position of the Philippines as a member of the East Asia Co-Prosperity...

    Asia, Chinese language, Japan 322  Words | 2  Pages

  • Philippine Literature

    Literature—Philippines Literature—Philippines Philippine literature, written in Filipino, English, Spanish, and Philippine languages (e.g., Cebuan, Ilocano, Tagalog, Hiligaynon, Pampangan, Hanunuo-Mangyan, and Bontok), has been influenced by colonization, economic and social systems, religion, and political movements. An oral tradition continues to exist through epics, riddles, poems, and legends of the country's around sixty ethnolinguistic groups, reflecting a culture linked with...

    Colonialism, Filipino language, Literature 1923  Words | 7  Pages

  • Commonwealth of the Philippines

    The Commonwealth of the Philippines administered the Philippines from 1935 until 1946, aside from a period of exile in 1942 to 1945 when Japan occupied the country. It replaced the Insular Government, a U.S. territorial government, and was established by the Tydings–McDuffie Act. The Commonwealth was designed as a transitional administration, and it prepared the country for independence. The Commonwealth was the culmination of efforts to secure a definitive timetable for the withdrawal of American...

    Commonwealth of the Philippines, Elpidio Quirino, Filipino language 2294  Words | 7  Pages

  • Japanese Occupation on Malaya

    The Japanese attack on Malaya started on December 8th 1941 and ended with the surrender of British forces at Singapore. Malaya was a major prize for the Japanese as it produced 38% of the world’s rubber and 58% of the world’s tin. The capture of Singapore would provide Japan with a highly valuable military base in the region and it would also greatly undermine British authority in the region. The Japanese commander for the attack on Malaya was General Yamashita. He had under his command the XXV...

    British Army, Kedah, Malaysia 973  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philippines During Different Periods of Colonization

    Areas of contribution |Spanish Period |American Period |Japanese Period | | |Education |The education during this |The American introduces the public |To gain the sympathy of the | | |period is not that good. But |school system. And the American |Filipinos, the Japanese military | | |it has, and most of the...

    Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino language, Filipino mestizo 1001  Words | 5  Pages

  • Japanese Occupation Affect Nationalism in Indonesia

    4. Assess the impact of the Japanese Occupation on nationalism in Indonesia “Nationalism” is generally defined as the increasing desire in people to determine their identity, existence and destiny for themselves. For the Netherland Indies, nationalism movement can be traced back to around 1900, which finally led and gave rise to a new nation, Indonesia. Nonetheless, it is important to acknowledge that nationalism movement existed prior to the Japanese occupation and therefore should not be consider...

    Dutch East Indies, History of Indonesia, Indonesia 2491  Words | 7  Pages

  • A history of the Government of the Philippines

    Spanish Period The Philippines has been governed by the Spaniards based on its discovery giving Spain a title to the Philippines. The discovery was made by Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. Magellan landed on the island of Cebu, claiming the lands for Spain and naming them Islas de San Lazaro. Ferdinand Magellan converted some of the Filipinos to Roman Catholics. Magellan was killed by a local chief named Lapu-Lapu, who fought against foreign domination. Over the next several years, other Spanish expeditions...

    European Union, Government, Law 1401  Words | 5  Pages

  • philippine history

    The history of the Philippines can be divided into four distinct phases: the pre-Spanish period (before 1521); the Spanish period (1521-1898); the American period (1898-1946); and the post-independence period (1946-present). Pre-Spanish Period The first people in the Philippines, the Negritos, are believed to have come to the islands 30,000 years ago from Borneo and Sumatra, making their way across then-existing land bridges. According to popular belief, Malays subsequently came from the south...

    Benigno Aquino, Jr., Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos 1766  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Philippine Currency Evolution

    During the Spanish occupation, when they came here in the Philippines in 1521 they brought with them the first European coin called teston. Also it is the first silver coin. When the Galleon trade exercised the earliest coins during the Spanish colonization was the Macuqinas or the cobs. It has a irregular, oddly-shaped coins stamped with a cross on the other side side and a royal coat of armson the other. These coins circulated over 183 years from 1585 to 1768. During the reign...

    Coin, Currency, Emilio Aguinaldo 751  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philippine History

    A Brief History of the Philippines from a Filipino Perspective Pre-Colonial Period The oldest human fossil remains are found in Palawan, on the western fringe of the archipelago. These remains are about 30,000 years old, suggesting that the first human migrations to the islands took palce during the last Ice Age, when land bridiges connected the archipelago to mainland Asia and Borneo. The islands were eventually inhabited by different groups that developed domestic trade linkages. The archaelogical...

    Benigno Aquino, Jr., Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos 1548  Words | 5  Pages

  • History of Philippines

    The History of the Philippines  The archipelago of the Philippine is made up of over 7,100 islands and lies off the south coast of Taiwan and its Southeastern neighbors, Malaysia and Indonesia (Kittler & Sucher, 2000). The nation is surrounded by the South China Sea on the west and by the Pacific Ocean on the east. The Filipinos are descendants of migrants from Southeast Asia such as Indonesia and Malaysia who came to the islands in successive waves over many centuries and largely displaced...

    Benigno Aquino, Jr., Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos 2505  Words | 7  Pages

  • Philippine Literature

    ------------------------------------------------- A Brief History of Philippine Literature in English I.                    Pre-Colonial Period -          Consisted of early Filipino literature passed down orally; oral pieces have a communal authorship – it was difficult to trace the original author of the piece since oral literature did not focus on ownership or copyright, rather on the act of storytelling itself; -          Many oral pieces became lost in the wave of the new literary...

    Colonialism, Filipino people, Literature 1237  Words | 5  Pages

  • Philippines Vaudeville: A Theatrical Genre of Variety Entertainment

    audeville in the Philippines, more commonly referred to as Bodabil, was a popular genre of entertainment in the Philippines from the 1910s until the mid-1960s. For decades, it competed with film, radio and television as the dominant form of Filipino mass entertainment. It peaked in popularity during the Japanese occupation in the Philippines from 1941 to 1945. Many of the leading figures of Philippine film in the 20th century, such as Dolphy, Nora Aunor, Leopoldo Salcedo and Rogelio de la Rosa,...

    Bodabil, Philippines, World War II 1578  Words | 4  Pages

  • Philippines Claim in Spartlys

    . Area of Present Philippine Claims The Philippines began to lay its claim over the Spratly Islands in 1970s. The Philippines claims the western section of the Spratlys, or the "Kalayaan Isaland Group" as called by the Philippines. That encompasses 53 islands, reefs, shoals cays, rocks and atolls with an area of 64,976 square miles. It is about 450 nautical miles from Manila and 230 nautical miles from Palawan. The Thitu Island (renamed as Pag-asa/Pagasa by the Philippines) is the biggest island...

    Itu Aba Island, Palawan, Philippines 1485  Words | 5  Pages

  • Japanese Occupation

    Japanese occupation Characteristics of Philippine literature during Japanese occupation 1. The Philippine literature during that time is full of chaos, war, because of Japanese occupation. 2. Filipinos during that time surrender but instead of giving up till the end they fight together with general Douglas MacArthur 3. The Philippines is conquered by Japanese but because of guerrillas some islands are conquered. 4. Japanese had pressed large numbers of Filipinos into work details and...

    Douglas MacArthur, Katipunan, Manila 11255  Words | 30  Pages

  • Japanese

    Japanese Language for Children (Interactive CD) Nampu Kawamoto April 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS Background Project Description Rationale Project Objectives Communication Objectives Theoretical Framework Project Brief Technical Description Content Outline Components Audience Beneficiary and Market Profile Sample Audiences Scope and Limitations Review of Related Literature and Works Proposed Methodology References Background Visual arts are art forms that create works that are primarily visual in...

    Camera, Hiragana, Japan 1679  Words | 6  Pages

  • Propaganda of Suppression: the Role of Cultural Policies During the Japanese Occupation, 1942-1945

    paper is about the cultural policies implemented by the Japanese Military Administration during their occupation of the Philippines (1942-1945). It is the intention of this piece to prove that the orders which the Japanese imposed were directed at suppressing the Filipinos in many aspects of their socio-cultural life. This position ironically contradicts the rosy picture which the Japanese painted for the country, that is, a new Philippines free from dependence on America and proud of its Oriental...

    Empire of Japan, Filipino language, History of Japan 9315  Words | 32  Pages

  • History of Philippines

    The history of the Philippines is believed to have begun with the arrival of the first humans using rafts or primitive boats, at least 67,000 years ago as the 2007 discovery of Callao Man showed.[1] The first recorded visit from the West is the arrival of Ferdinand Magellan, who sighted the island of Samar Island on March 16, 1521 and landed on Homonhon Island (now part of Guiuan, Eastern Samar province) the next day. Homonhon Island is southeast of Samar Island.[2] Before Magellan arrived, Negrito...

    Eastern Visayas, Ferdinand Magellan, Ferdinand Marcos 1055  Words | 3  Pages

  • History of Philippine Money

    History of Philippine Money Philippine money–multi-colored threads woven into the fabric of our social, political and economic life. From its early bead-like form to the paper notes and coins that we know today, our money has been a constant reminder of our journey through centuries as a people relating with one another and with other peoples of the world. Pre-Hispanic Era[pic] Trade among the early Filipinos and with traders from the neighboring islands was conducted through barter. The inconvenience...

    Coin, Currency, Emilio Aguinaldo 771  Words | 3  Pages

  • Japanese Occupation

    Reminiscences of the Japanese Occupation Name : G. JAYHINDY Year of Intake : 2001 Programme : Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Primary Social Studies Name of Tutor : Dr Kevin Blackburn Date of Submission : 26 October, 2002 Address : National Institute of Education 1 Nanyang Walkway Singapore 637616 Reminiscences of the Japanese Occupation For the purpose...

    Anime, British Empire, Chinese language 2921  Words | 9  Pages

  • Comparative Analysis: Indonesian and Philippine Nationalisms Examined

     COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS: Indonesian and Philippine Nationalisms Examined Submitted by: Mary Grace A. Pelayo 2nd Year ABIS-ASST ASS2 I. Introduction. Southeast Asian countries are characterized above all by their diversity in terms of culture, religion and language to name a few and even their political and economic orientations may vary distinctively from each other. Certainly, being immersed in these Southeast Asian countries also implies being in contact with series...

    Asia, East Timor, History of the Philippines 1581  Words | 7  Pages

  • Condensed Version of Philippine History

    PHILIPPINE HISTORY IMPORTANT EVENTS American Period 1901-1946 Tydings-McDuffie Law Law on Women’s Suffrage Tagalog as official language Japanese invasion Philippine Independence from America The Making of the Neo-colony 1946-1972 Independence from the United States The Third Philippine Republic Land Reform Code Marcos’s Reign Establishment of the Fourth Philippine Republic Crisis and National Breakdown 1972-2013 Proclamation of Martial Law Assassination of Benigno Aquino Establishment...

    Benigno Aquino, Jr., Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos 1066  Words | 4  Pages

  • Philippine Consititution of 1987

    Section 1. The Philippines is a democratic and republican State. Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them. a. The basic principles underlying the 1935, 1973 and 1987 Constitutions. b.Manifestations of a republican state. c. Define “state” COLLECTOR VS. CAMPOS RUEDA, 42 SCRA 23 d. Elements of a state. Define each: 1. people 2. territory 3. sovereignty 4. government e. Different meanings of the word “people” as used in...

    Autocracy, De facto, Federation 1368  Words | 6  Pages

  • Palawan, Philippines

    PALAWAN Palawan is an island province of the Philippines located in the western sector opposite the Visayan region. The main island, Palawan lies between the South China Sea and the Sulu Sea and the size is 450 kilometres long and 50 kilometres wide. It is composed of long and narrow islands plus a number of other small islands surrounding the main island. The Calamianes Group, to the northeast consist of Busuanga Island, Culion Island and Coron Island. Durangan Island almost touches the western...

    Borneo, Busuanga Island, Palawan 1191  Words | 4  Pages

  • Davao Philippines

    SARANGANI STRAIT,AND CAPE SAN AGUSTIN ARE LOCATED.THE REGION ISLOCATED OUTSIDE THE TYPHOON BELT SO IT SELDOM EXPERIENCES THYPHOONS. Even before the Philippine independence in 1946, the entire region was already a single province called Davao Province, with Davao City serving as its capital. The province was one of the largest provinces in the Philippines during that time, spanning more than 20,000 square kilometers; it lasted from 1920 until 1967, when the province split into three provinces, namely: Davao...

    Compostela Valley, Davao City, Davao del Norte 705  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philippine History and Culture of ARTS

    Philippine History and Cul ture History of Art 18 Century th • Earliest among the collection are reli gious in themes and composed of 18t h century icons and images created b y local artisans under the tutelage of the friars. The devotional pieces of th e collection are of outstanding signif cance. 1900s • In the succeeding American period, F ernando C. Amorsolo, who was later declared as the First National Artist, r ose into fame and established his ow n style or “school” which was largely...

    Art, Expressionism, History of painting 441  Words | 22  Pages

  • 1987 Philippine Constitution

    The Constitution of the Philippines (Filipino: Saligang Batas ng Pilipinas) is the supreme law of thePhilippines. The Constitution currently in effect was enacted in 1987, during the administration ofPresident Corazon Aquino, and is popularly known as the "1987 Constitution".[1] Philippine constitutional law experts recognize three other previous constitutions as having effectively governed the country — the 1935 Commonwealth Constitution, the 1973 Constitution, and the 1986 Freedom Constitution...

    Ferdinand Marcos, Philippine Revolution, Philippines 2442  Words | 6  Pages

  • History of the Philippines

    make it easier for you to master, always remember why Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo was on the 5-peso bill (which is not used anymore, instead his head-profile is on the 5-peso coin) bearing the Philippine flag at the celebration of the Philippine Independence Day, it’s because he was the first president of the Philippines First Republic (a.k.a. Malolos Republic). Contributions and Achievements of Emilio Aguinaldo: * first president * youngest president – he became the country’s leader at age 28 ...

    Benigno Aquino, Jr., Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos 2103  Words | 7  Pages

  • Philippine Literature

    Literature Under the Republic (1946-1985) The Japanese occupation leaves the Philippine economy in ruins and it seemed that massive foreign aid could rebuild it. With the life of the Filipinos hanging in the balance because of hunger, insecurity and terror. Many Filipinos resorted to collaborating with the Japanese for reasons such as politics, survival and opportunity. After the Pacific War ended, collaborators were given amnesty by President Manual Roxas. The amnesty was a result of the US...

    Ferdinand Marcos, Filipino language, Filipino people 1651  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Constitution of the Philippines

    The Constitution of the Philippines (Filipino: Saligang Batas ng Pilipinas), Popularly known as the 1987 Constitution, is the constitution or the supreme law of the Republic of the Philippines. It was enacted in 1987, during the administration of President Corazon C. Aquino.[1] Philippine constitutional law experts recognize three other previous constitutions as having effectively governed the country — the 1935Commonwealth Constitution, the 1973 Constitution, and the 1986 Freedom Constitution...

    Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos, Philippines 1573  Words | 6  Pages

  • Japanese Literature

    Geane Louise J. Mendoza BSBA-MM 4-5D JAPANESE LITERATURE I. History A. Ancient Literature (until 764)- “Nara Period” (AD 710 to 794) Kan’ji- Logographic Chinese Characters which is first writing system used by Japanese that was introduce by Chinese. Kana- are syllabic Japanese scripts, a part of the Japanese writing system contrasted with the logographic Chinese characters known in Japan as kanji. 3 Kana Scripts: Man’yogana- (old syllabic) Katakana- (modern angular) Hiragana – (modern cursive)...

    Heian period, History of Japan, Japan 699  Words | 3  Pages

  • Philosophical Movement that Shaped Philippine Education

    Pre-colonial period  During the pre-colonial period, education was still decentralized. Children were provided with more vocational training but fewer academics. Philippine schools were headed by parents or by their tribal tutors. They employed a unique writing system known as baybayin. Spanish Period  When the Spanish first arrived in Manila, they were surprised to find a population with a literacy rate higher than that of Madrid.  During the early Spanish period, most education was conducted...

    Education, Ferdinand Marcos, First Philippine Republic 1126  Words | 4  Pages

  • Philippines Country Report

    name): Republic of the Philippines Region of the world: Southeast Asia Bordering countries (or nearest countries if an island state): Taiwan, Vietnam, Borneo, Indonesia and China are the closest countries to the Philippines. Population and world rank in population: Philippines is world’s 12th largest independent nation with 103,775,002 residents estimated in 2012. Current President or Prime Minister (List both if two): The current president of the Republic of Philippines is Benigno Aquino. He...

    Asia, Corazon Aquino, Philippines 982  Words | 3  Pages

  • The History of Press Freedom in the Philippines

    ------------------------------------------------- The History of Press freedom in the Philippines Press freedom is guaranteed in the Constitution of the Philippines, where it is enshrined in Article III, Section 4. Although the Philippines is said to have one of the freest press in Asia, Philippine press and news media, from the campus, local, and national levels have suffered censorship, prosecution, intimidation, and attacks, particularly during Martial Law. Currently, the Philippines is ranked 140th in the 2011 Reporters Withour Borders'...

    Corazon Aquino, Ferdinand Marcos, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo 2155  Words | 7  Pages

  • Japanese Modernization During the Meiji Miracle

    century Japan is a prime example of persuasion from a foreign power. After the American, Commodore Perry, entered Japan demanding extended rights for American sailors, Japanese society completely turned inside out and adopted Western influences. However, to completely understand these changes, there must be a full understanding of Japanese society starting with the rise of Tokugawa Ieyasu. After the death of Toyotomi Hideyoshi in 1598, Tokugawa Ieyasu began to complete the unification of Japan. Finally...

    Edo period, Government of Japan, Japan 1332  Words | 4  Pages

  • Evolution of Attitudes Toward Sports and Physical Education in the Philippine Setting

    throwing and carrying heavy burdens were the physical attributes necessary for survival. Music, associated with dance of primitive pantomime occupied the life of the ancient Filipinos. They sang while planting and rowing, and they sang and danced during the sacrifice offered to their gods, in their festivities, and in their funerals. Colonial Period and War Years Spanish Period. The church greatly influenced the life of the Filipinos. The early schools started by the friars did not include physical...

    Exercise, Filipino language, Filipino people 768  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Importance of History in Human Resource Management (Philippines Setting)

    country. Understanding a country’s history allows a manager to place local values behaviors in context. Often, this means, understanding the stresses and conflicts that exist within a country Pre-Spanish Period The first people in the Philippines, the Negritos, are believed to have come to the islands 30,000 years ago from Borneo and Sumatra, making their way across then-existing land bridges. According to popular belief, Malays subsequently came from the south in successive waves, the...

    Collective bargaining, Emilio Aguinaldo, Labour movement 2039  Words | 7  Pages

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