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  • Sociology

    Philippines. [pic] Bajau woman and children • Igorot The Igorot (Bontoc,...

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  • CAR Report

    cows, pigs and chicken •gardening •Baguio beans •Cabbage •Irish potatoes •Strawberry •Rice wine •Rice (derived from “i” –...

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  • Lesson Plan

    Festivals ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Most festivals in Philippines are religious in origin, but nowadays...

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  • Cordillera Central

    the ancestral domain of the 'people of the mountains.' These ethno-linguistic groups include: Abra (Tinggian), Apayao (Isneg), Benguet (Kankanaey and...

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  • Cordillera Administrative Region

    make up the Cordillera Administrative Region—Apayao, Abra, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga, Mountain Province, and Baguio City. SPOKEN LANGUAGES:...

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  • Theses 2

    Minorities in the Philippines. Part One, History of the Filipino people, outlines the history of the Filipino people in general and describes their...

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  • thesis

    the Philippines. Part One, History of the Filipino people, outlines the history of the Filipino people in general and describes their...

    5280 Words | 30 Pages

  • Project in Mapeh-Arts

    (English: Flower Festival) is a month-long annual flower festival occurring in Baguio, the summer capital of the Philippines. The term is of...

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  • Philippines

    among them. La Trinidad was well-cultivated with rice, sweet potato, gabi and sugar cane by the original settlers. They maintained swidden...

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  • Cultures

    snack before going to sleep. Rice is a staple in the Filipino diet, and is usually eaten together with other dishes. Filipinos regularly use...

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  • This Is It

    Kabunian - One of the gods to some tribes (Ibaloi, Kalanguya, Kankana-ey) in the cordillera mountain range, specially in Benguet...

    15616 Words | 47 Pages

  • Phillipines Essay

    typical Pinoy diet consists at most of six meals a day; breakfast, snacks, lunch, snacks, dinner, and again a midnight snack before going to...

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  • Panagbenga Festival

    Festival (English: Flower Festival) is a month-long annual flower festival occurring in Baguio, the summer capital of thePhilippines.[1] The term is...

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  • About the Philippines. Essay

    800 square miles (300,000 square kilometers). Land forms include hills, plains, valleys, and mountains. Her mountain ranges, which are volcanic in...

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  • Natural Resources

    characteristics it can be clearly seen that there is a deep connection between the Indigenous people and their ancestral lands as it is where they base their...

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  • TOP TOURIST SPOT IN THE PHILIPPINES

    PHILIPPINES BORACAY – Malay , Aklan Philippines Tourism came to the island beginning in about the 1970s. The name Boracay is attributed to different...

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  • Filipino Culture

    island, the major groups are the: Ivatan/Itbayat; Ilocano; Tinggian; Apayao; Kalinga; Balangao; Kankanay; Kankanaey; Bago; Bontoc; Ifugao;...

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  • You Make Me Feel Perfect

    ethnic groups. The majority of the population is composed of ethnolinguistic groups whose languages are Austronesian also known as Malayo-Polynesian in...

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  • Final Article

    zarzuelas during the Spaniards regime in the country. Nueva Ecija is a province in Central Luzon, also known as the rice granary of the...

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  • My Essay

    island of Luzon, music is also played with gongs, but unlike those of southern repertoires, these gongs, called Gangsa, are unbossed and have their...

    10058 Words | 38 Pages

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