Unique Traits Of Filipino Culture Essays and Term Papers

  • Filipino Traits

    Filipino Traits Hiya (shame) Negative, because it arrests or inhibits one's action. This trait reduces one to smallness or to what Nietzsche calls the "morality of slaves", thus congealing the soul of the Filipino and emasculating him, making him timid, meek and weak. Positive, because, it contributes...

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  • Filipino Traits

    FILIPINOS ARE: 1. clean. 2. jolly. 3. musically-inclined. Filipinos, although regarded by Claire Danes as dirty people, are hygienic. This may be because of the tropical weather we have. We tend to sweat a lot so we bathe as much as we want. Unlike others, especially the French, we do not just...

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  • 3 Unique Traits

    important trait a person can possess. Leaders make good decisions so they’ll be able to set examples for others, or have the personality and capability to draw people around you to do great things. That doesn't mean that I have to be an absolute leader or head of any team but being the unique person that...

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  • Filipino Culture

    MATH IN OUR DAILY LIFE Mathematics is the science of numbers and there are several different branches of mathematical science including algebra, geometry, and calculus. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines mathematics as the science of numbers and their operations, interrelations, combinations, generalizations...

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  • filipino culture

    the need to, carry simple things with you like a small hairbrush, lip gloss/chap stick, and a small bottle of body spray. 5Shop or make your own unique style. Buy what you like to wear and what makes you happy. Don't wear anything just because a certain crowd is. If you like the normal jeans and t-shirt...

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  • Filipino Culture

    piling salita. Dahil siguro sa dami ng pananakop na nangyari sa ating bansa, "pre-occupation with words…pseudotranslations become associated with the Filipino word as if it is an accurate equivalent". Isang halimbawa ay kapag nagsalik ang isang Amerikano ng salitang hiya mula sa diksyonaryo ay makikita niya...

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  • Filipino Culture

    second he took the shot the next second the can fell to the ground. My grandpa began to chuckle while me and my father stand there flabbergasted. Us Filipinos don’t just shoot cans to past through the day, we hike, we swim, we play card games, and sometimes billiards. I remember when my Uncle Arnel decided...

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  • Common Traits of the Filipinos

    Common traits of the Filipinos Common Traits It is difficult to define and ascertain the very core of what it is to be a Filipino. History tells us that the Filipinos as we know now had an untraceable origin. All that we can do now is to determine the common traits that are common to all of the Filipinos...

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  • The Filipino Culture

    THE FILIPINO CULTURE THE FILIPINO CULTURE PHILIPPINES Location and Geography. The Republic of the Philippines, a nation of 7,107 islands with a total area of 111,830 square miles (307,055 square kilometers), is located on the Pacific Rim of Southeast Asia. Two thousand of its islands are inhabited...

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  • Filipino Culture

    09-17-2010 Prof: purugganan Filipino culture I do agree on the mike Lopresti and LZ Granderson argument on Flod Mayweather’s racist and homophobic controversy on boxer Manny pacquiao. I think all those comment about Pacquiao from Flod Mayweather’s was very unprofessional and very hush. Even though...

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  • Filipino Customs and Traits

    Filipino Customs and Traits Every nationality has its own customs, traits, characteristics, values, attitudes, and beliefs that were inherited from their great ancestors. They have the possessions of uniqueness as a nation. Filipino people are one of the sole nations in the world. They have their...

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  • FILIPINO CULTURE

    Early Filipinos were good agriculturists. A report during the time of Miguel López de Legazpi noted of the great abundance of rice, fowls, wine as well as great numbers of carabaos, deer, wild boar and goats in Luzon. In addition, there were also great quantities of cotton and colored clothes, wax, honey...

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  • Filipino Culture

    Thomas, Jimletta Vareene May 14, 2010 Abstract The paper discusses Philippine and Filipino brief history of the life and times of the Filipino people in the Philippines. The values of Filipino culture have changed through emigration and immigration, as well as religiosity and spirituality...

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  • What are the Unique Traits of Athenian Democracy?

    29 September 2013 What are the Unique Traits of Athenian Democracy? There are several traits that make Athenian democracy unique not only in the ancient world but also in the modern world as well. For the first time in recorded history, citizens had a say in what laws were to govern them . Democracy...

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  • The Unique Corporate Culture in Google

    The Unique Corporate Culture in Google Executive Summary The internet giant of search engine “Google”, always rated for the “Best Workplace”, “Best Employer” in the recent ten years. Why? Except the professional technology, Google’s great and unique corporate culture made so. The feature of Google’s...

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  • different unique cultures

    relaxing in at home, and by a few older people or people in special occupations. The kimono has not lost its importance, however, as part of the Japanese culture. Girls and women in particular generally have a keen sense of its association with the national tradition, and take great pleasure in wearing it for...

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  • Personality Trait and Workplace Culture

    Personality Traits and Workplace Culture: Online tests measure the fit between person and organization Mark Mallinger, Ph.D. and Ileana Rizescu Application: Determine how compatible you are with your primary work group. | Have you ever stopped in the middle of a work frenzy and asked yourself, "Why...

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  • Earl's Top 5 Filipino Traits

    Irvin Joearl D. Garcia My top 5 filipino traits. 1.Adept...Filipinos are very flexible at surging any difficulty and hardship 2. Craftsmanship...Filipinos are very crafty 3. Obsessive...Filipinos wish to improve their lives and those around them and are willing to go through great hardships and...

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  • Culture of the Early Filipinos

    CULTURE OF THE EARLY FILIPINOS A. Filipinos had a civilization of their own Various aspects pf civilization came from: • The Malays • A response to the new environment B. Social Organization [pic] • The 2 types of Alipin: 1. Aliping Namamahay (higher rank) ...

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  • The Philosophy of Filipino Culture

    Philosophy of Filipino Culture May 20, 2010 Crossing Cultures: A Philosophical Reflection on Filipino Culture and Cultural Transition Experienced by Third Culture Kids Oh it's a mystery to me. We have a greed, with which we have agreed... and you think you have to want more than you need....

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