• The Philippines A century hence
    The Philippines a Century Hence: Summary and Analysis “The Philippines a Century Hence” is an essay written by Philippine national hero Jose Rizal to forecast the future of the country within a hundred years. Rizal felt that it was time to remind Spain that the circumstances that ushered in...
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  • Business Process Outsourcing in the Philippines
    studios like Disney, Marvel, Warner Brothers and Hanna Barbera have offices in the Philippines (CNN 1995). Some of the latest works of Filipino animators include scenes in Pixar's Finding Nemo, Paramount Picture's Barnyard and Twentieth Century-Fox's Anastasia (ABS-CBN Interactive 2004). III. STATEMENT...
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    Philippines a Century Hence a time that the oppressed will come into arms to recapture their lost freedom. In his essay, Rizal exposed the several issues that concern our country. The abuse of... Premium My Reports This led to the formation of the Propaganda Movement where prose works such as the...
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  • Anongoras
    defense of the native’s pride and dignity as people, Rizal wrote three significant essays while abroad: The Philippines a Century hence, the Indolence of the Filipinos and the Letter to the Women of Malolos. These writings were his brilliant responses to the vicious attacks against the Indio and...
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  • My last farewell
    What Do You Consider the Major Problems of the Nhs at Present? What Should the British Government Do About Them? The NHS is the nationalised hence, publicly funded healthcare system in the United Kingdom. The NHS is largely funded by general taxation (including a proportion from National Insurance...
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  • Colonial Influences of the Spaniards in the Philippines
    exploring and conquering lands during the Age of Exploration in 16th century. There were many undiscovered lands during those times and in search of the east countries of the world, Spain was able to discover the Philippine archipelago and colonize it. As an official colony of Spain, settlements were...
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    I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The shoe industry of Marikina is a cottage industry that traces its roots to more than a century ago. The shoe industry in Marikina was started by Laureano Guevarra, popularly known as Kapitan Moy in the 1887. What then seems to be a very small livelihood business...
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  • Rizal
    of the 19th century, the word filibustero had acquired the meaning “subversive” in the Philippines; hence the book is about subversion. III. Synopsis of EL FILIBUSTERISMO A. Characters • Simoun- Crisostomo Ibarra disguised as a wealthy jeweler, bent on starting a revolution...
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  • historical archaeological proposal of las pinas salt beds
    role and ownership of Las Pinas salt beds during the 18th - 19th century which will give light on the industrial progress of Las Pinas during colonial times. This paper will be using the history and interactions of past and present of salt beds as a primary source. Project description & summary...
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  • Science
    City. (1) For a brief summary of the evolution of government concern for the development of science and technology, see Olivia C. Caoili, Dimensions of Science Policy and National Development: The Philippine Experience, Monograph Series No. 1 (College, Laguna: Center for...
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  • Development Plan
    ESCAPE WORLD TRAVEL AND TOURS ECA Building National Highway General Santos city Philippines, 9500 www.escapeworldgensan@yahoo.com 552-9553 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We have made great efforts in finishing this project. However, it would not be...
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  • The 1987 Philippines Constitution Provions of Article 14 Section 19 and Its Relation to Lack of Support of the Government in Philippines Sport System
    pressing problems.” VI. Summary The Philippines is not lacking in talents and the country's poor performance is always and easily blamed to the perceived lack of vision and support from government. Despite the government funding and efforts in its sports grassroots development program, athletes...
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  • Research Paper on the Attrition Rate in Financial Shared Services Organization
    been a common problem faced by the shared services industry. The increase in attrition rate among these companies could be alarming with the sustainability of offshore services in the Philippines. This research paper will identify the factors that cause the rise in attrition rate of shared services...
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  • A Research on the Influences of Chinese Cultures and Traditions to the Filipino People
    immigrants to the Philippines up to the 19th century were predominantly male. It was only in the 20th century that Chinese women and children came in comparable numbers. These Chinese mestizos, products of intermarriages in the Spanish colonial era, then often opted to marry other Chinese mestizos (as was...
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  • Pasyon: a Factor That Shaped the Filipinos’ Identity
    the late nineteenth century” (Ileto, 11-12) Chapter IV: Summary, Conclusion and recommendation The Pabasa or Pasyon have become a part of the Filipinos religious life ever since the colonization begun. As what history tells, it was used to tame and convert the native Filipino from being pagans...
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  • Soc 2
    yet taken a stranglehold in the Philippines, but might. She was feted for her bravery, hence she became an activist. She was a good educator indeed, and she was everyone’s favorite victim: an ordinary provincial girl with no means of survival but selling herself. However, things turned against her...
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  • Characteristics of a National Hero
    failed, he advocated independence, even through revolution. This is evident in his novel “Noli Me Tangere,” which emphasized reforms, and its sequel, “El Filibusterismo,” which preached revolution. Rizal’s principal essays, “The Indolence of the Filipinos,” and “The Philippines a Century Hence...
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  • Graduate Students of Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23. 4- Body of The Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 5- Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation Summary...
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  • Book Review
    remember things that are important. It cannot be denied that modern technology and civic order are vital to meet the country’s progress. But as Dr. Jose P. Rizal once wrote in his essay, The Philippines A Century Hence, “If you want to foretell the destiny of the Filipino people, study the pages of...
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  • Arbitration in the Philippines
    Abstract Arbitration has steadfastly journeyed through Philippine legislative history in the past few centuries with roots tracing back to the Spanish Ley Enjuicinamente de Civil or the Spanish Law of Civil Procedure (Lim, 2001), re-established mid-century through the Arbitration Law of 1953 which was...
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