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  • Manila - 590 Words
    A. Problem Identification How to make Metro-Manila the best Metro to live in within the entire Philippines? B. Background In 1905, Daniel Burnham, a renowned architect and urban designer, saw great potential in Manila and proposed a master plan for the city. He envisioned and likened our beloved city to the beautiful Paris – Seine River to Pasig River, Naples Bay to Manila Bay, Canals of Venice to the Esteros of Manila, wide boulevards, and open spaces, among others. Today, it is very...
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  • Manila Trip - 3171 Words
    Metro Manila is the capital city and overlooks Manila Bay. A bustling modern city, it comes alive at night with a host of vibrant bars, nightclubs, karaoke clubs, discotheques and pubs. Many tourists take flights from Manila to islands like Cebu; one of the larger islands with beautiful tropical beaches being the main draw. Mactan Island is best for water sports such as parasailing, windsurfing and jet skiing. With shallow crystal clear waters, there are also numerous dive sites. A definite...
    3,171 Words | 14 Pages
  • manila galleons - 631 Words
     The Manila Galleons Solongo Munkhsukh Colorado Heights University The Manila Galleons (1565 – 1815) There were extremely valuable ships called the “the manila galleons”, traveling between the Philippines and Acapulco, Mexico. As they describe the galleon at the Denver Art Museum “The salt cellar has a cut crystal base, a ship’s pearl-studded rigging, enamel sails, and flags bearing the coats-of-arms of several...
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  • Manila Museum - 748 Words
    Manila Museums Manila's history has seen it exposed to a variety of international influences and this has certainly played a major role in contributing to the cultural venues and museums that it now has to offer. The National Museum of the Philippines is arguably the highlight of this cultural scene in Manila and the one place not to miss, especially if you are at all interested in the events of the past in the city itself and other parts of the country too. Also very popular in Manila is...
    748 Words | 3 Pages
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  • manila zoo - 262 Words
    ANSHERINA LEONIDAS PAGDANGANAN 1197 Tramo Street, Pulanlupa, Las Piñas City 8742400, 09359159373 sherinepagdanganan@yahoo.com 19 yrs. Old 5’4” Single December 28, 1994 53 kg. Filipino JOB OBJECTIVE Looking forward to build a career in the airlines industry to establish myself as a service professional utilizing my training and personality to ensure that the passengers enjoy a happy and joyful journey. EDUCATION College Philippine Air Transport and Training...
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  • Manila Bay - 1987 Words
    Manila Bay A Case Study in Environmental Science Presented by Remelyn G. Ocat Student Presented to: Mrs. Reolyn Abante Instructor TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTERS I. Problem, Survey , Location and Impact II. Context, History and Background III. Project Description IV. Implementation of Project V. Resources of Fund VI. Results . A bay is similar to, but usually considered to be smaller than, a gulf. The Gulf of Mexico, for...
    1,987 Words | 8 Pages
  • Manila and Rizal - 711 Words
    Rizal Essay Even if this great man lived a century and a half ago, his teachings and the ideals he embodied are still alive today. In fact, there is a little bit of Jose Rizal in everyone if you only take a close look. He would probably squander his fortunes by now, because he loves women, and he is probably working as on OFW maybe as a Mercenary for a private military company abroad. Or he immigrated to Spain and worked as a Physician... And enjoys the weekend at the beach with his girlfriends,...
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  • Casa Manila - 525 Words
    Casa Manila With the intention of understanding how Filipinos lived during the Spanish colonial era, we took a class trip to Casa Manila, a reconstructed Spanish colonial mansion of the mid-1800s, having in mind that we would get to see or have a preview of how the architecture was during the Spanish colonial period. Through taking a glimpse into a reconstructed replica of an original Spanish period house, we thought that the structure would enlighten us as to what the living conditions were...
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  • Manila City Tour - 8122 Words
     Manila City Tour (Tour Script) H-352 Mr. EmilianoGarchitorena Professor A. Welcoming speech at the airport to hotel: Good Day Everyone! My name is ________ and I would like to welcome you to our Manila City Tour. Say hi to our coach captain Mr._________ who will be here with us whole throughout thetour .Right now I'd like to take a few minutes to discuss some brief safety precautions…. It is truly More Fun in the Philippines and you will find out why with today’s...
    8,122 Words | 25 Pages
  • Manila Ocean Park - 299 Words
    The Manila Ocean Park is an oceanarium in Manila, Philippines. It is owned by China Oceanis Philippines Inc., a subsidiary of China Oceanis Inc., a Singaporean-registered firm that has operated four oceanariums in China. It is located behind the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park. It opened on March 1, 2008. In terms of floor space, the 8,000 square metres (86,000 sq ft) oceanarium is larger than the Sentosa Underwater World oceanarium in Singapore, and features a 25-metre (82 ft) underwater...
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  • Brief History of Manila - 1322 Words
    BRIEF HISTORY OF MANILA Before the arrival of the Spaniards in the 16th century, there already existed a small settlement at the mouth of the Pasig River. It was called Maynilad because of the proliferation of the nilad plant along its shores. At the time of Spanish contact, Maynilad was already a thriving community under the coordinated leadership of two rajahs, one called Matanda (“Old One"), and the other, his nephew, called Rajah Sulayman. Rajah Sulayman had considerable power: he...
    1,322 Words | 4 Pages
  • Reflection on Memoirs of a Student in Manila
    REFLECTION ON MEMOIRS OF A STUDENT IN MANILA BY P. JACINTO (JOSE RIZAL) This was written by Dr. Jose Rizal when he was around 17 to 20 years old when he was studying in University of Santo Tomas and it narrates his early life, about his family and memories of being away from his family to study in Manila. It said that the first pen name used in his writing was P. Jacinto and other pen names were Laong Laan and Dimas Alang. He has nine sisters and one brother. They have a...
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  • Metro Manila and Quezon City
    OCTOBER 26 Zombadings Shokot House Time: 11 a.m. Venue: Eastwood City Walk, Libis, Quezon City OCTOBER 27 Zombadings Shokot House Time: 11 a.m. Venue: Eastwood City Walk, Libis, Quezon City OCTOBER 28 Witches and Wizards Fair Time: 2 p.m. Venue: Annex Atrium, SM Fairview, Quezon City Description: Features face painting, crafts and henna tattoos Eternal Death Wake 9: Halloween at Ghost Harbour Time: 8 p.m. Venue: Inggo's Grill, Roxas Boulevard, Manila Description: Features live performances by...
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  • Manila and Rizal Jose Rizal
    Jose Rizal Jose Rizal is our national hero but seriously i don’t know a lot about him. But when I watched the film about Dr. Jose Rizal I was shocked and amazed because of his sacrifice for our country. I though the he was a brilliant individual. He served as an inspiration to all Filipino. During his lifetime, he spent many years outside the Philippines, enriching himself through education, especially in Madrid, Spain. The distance did not diminish nor reduce his love for his...
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  • Torre de Manila - 688 Words
    Torre de Manila: The biggest Photobomber “To foretell the destiny of a nation, it is necessary to open a book that tells of her past.” These wise words were said by our Philippine National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. Indeed, one has to ponder on the past in order to determine what future is ahead. Although it may not be the case when the Manila City government issued the building permit for the DMCI Homes, the developer of the most controversial Torre de Manila, who is dubbed as the “biggest...
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  • manila pavilion ojt report
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Allow me to thank the people first behind the success of being here at Manila Pavilion and for making our OJT a possible one. First and foremost to our Almighty God, for giving us strength everyday, for the guidance and good health, for the graces and blessings that help us to perform our task as part of our OJT. Without Him, I know we’re nothing, we can’t do anything. To our parents and guardian, our deepest gratitude and appreciation for being with us all through the...
    2,034 Words | 9 Pages
  • Metro Manila and Information Technology
    In the 10th year of the Philippine Youth Congress in Information Technology or Y4iT, The University of the Philippines Information Technology Development Center (UP ITDC) conducted a series of seminars with the theme “IT is Power: Celebrating a Decade of Transforming Lives,” at University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City. It was nearly 2pm when we arrived in UP so we didn’t had a chance to attend the earlier seminars plus we weren’t able to start the on-going seminar of Ms. Tessa...
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  • Manila and Dr. Jose Rizal
    RZL10/B4 David, Roy Carlo E. December 15, 2012 ChE-2 Dr. Josephine Tuliao 1. What are the causes of the Indolence of Filipinos? * Rizal admits the existence of indolence among the Filipinos, but it could be recognized to a number of reasons. The factors that cause the indolence of Filipinos are the climate and social disorders. 2....
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  • The Great Flood of Metro Manila
    Saturday, September 26, it is way beyond words what Metro Manila has gone through in the hands of the recent storm, Ketsana. With the unusual amount of rain that Ketsana brought, it flooded where it never flooded before. Water seeped into houses and in a matter of minutes, reached 30 feet. The speed of the flood took everyone by surprise. People have gone to their rooftops or their neighbor’s roofs to save themselves. Rich or poor, everyone was caught off guard and no one was spared in this...
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  • Redevelopment of Manila City Jail
    Filinvest wins contract to redevelop site of old Cebu City jail By Doris C. Dumlao Philippine Daily Inquirer 4:47 pm | Tuesday, February 28th, 2012 1 72 5 MANILA, Philippines—Filinvest Land Inc. has bagged a deal to redevelop a 1.2-hectare property owned by the government that was the site of the old Cebu City jail on Salinas Drive in Lahug to turn it into a business process outsourcing complex. In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange on Tuesday, the property developer...
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  • Manila: a Beautiful City
    MANILA: A Beautiful City The Manila tour was a very challenging and interesting experience for me, since I am not that familiar with those places that we have gone by. Although really very tiring, I had fun throughout the trip and enjoyed it so much. Our group did the tour last August 8, a Monday. First stop was the famous church here in Manila, the Quiapo church. The church is located in "old" Manila just north of the Intramuros. It is known for the Black Nazarene statue that is paraded...
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  • Forever: Metro Manila and Guerrero
    Forever By Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero Essays and Term Papers Search Results for 'Forever by Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero' Displaying 1 - 30 of 1,500 Forever By Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero FOREVER Wilfrido Maria Guerrero CHARACTERS: Maria Teresa Ernesto Ernesting Consuelo Oscar THE ACTION TAKES PLACE IN MANILA. TIME: NINE IN THE EVENING SCENE... Wanted: a Chaperon By Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero ABOUT: Wanted: A Chaperon is a play in one act, written and directed by Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero. Jose Villa Panganiban...
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  • Mali of manila zoo-IR
    “Mali is Okay.” Noel , 30 yrs. Old who has patiently fed and pampered “Mali” for 10 years. While an animal rights manage confronts that Manila zoo’s lone elephant is suffering physically and psychologically, her “best friend” has come out to let out sentiments to the contrary. He’s still the same, never been uncared-for, only those People’s Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) people who are making slanderous statements about the condition of Mali are saying that she is sick, they are all...
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  • Traffic Problems in Manila - 816 Words
    Traffic Problem and Situation in Metro Manila I. Highlights of Online Sources The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will rehabilitate the stretch of the EDSA (Epifanio Delos Santo Avenue) and the construction of a flyover to cross over the EDSA-Taft Avenue intersection. It will begin in May 2013 and estimated to be a Php 3.7 billion project with expected 23 months of completion. The project has three phases, first, it will start from Roxas Boulevard in Pasay to Julia Vargas...
    816 Words | 3 Pages
  • Battle of Manila Bay - 887 Words
    The Battle of Manila was a short land engagement between the United States and Spain at the end of the Spanish–American War and the Philippine Revolution, which occurred a couple of months after the pivotal American victory during the naval Battle of Manila Bay. The battle was jointly planned by the opposing Spanish and American forces to keep the city from falling to the Philippine Revolutionary Army under President General Emilio Aguinaldo. After the American victory in Manila Bay over two...
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  • History of Manila City Jail
    CHAPTER 1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY INTRODUCTION The Bureau of Jail Management and Penology supervices and controls all district, city and municipal jails. It has been claimed that effective management is based on one’s leadership, management skills and experience at managing critical issues; i.e, public relations, having good policy and procedures. To lead, one must be concerned with ethical and moral development of one’s organization and employees. It is imperative to define and know the...
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  • Metro Manila and Feasibility Study
    Feasibility Study on Intramuros Manila- fine dining restaurant named "Flip Twist" PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MAYNILA (University of the City of Manila) General Luna Street corner Muralla Street Intramuros Manila, Philippines College of Tourism, Hotel and Travel Industry Management FEASIBILITY STUDY: “FLIP TWIST” Your Filipino Cuisine with a Foreign Twist... Premium11730 Words47 Pages Feasibility Study APPROVAL SHEET This feasibility study entitled “TSIBOG” proposed and submitted by Marilyn R....
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  • Reflection on Memoirs of a Student in Manila
    REFLECTION ON MEMOIRS OF A STUDENT IN MANILA BY P. JACINTO (JOSE RIZAL) This was written by Dr. Jose Rizal when he was around 17 to 20 years old when he was studying in University of Santo Tomas and it narrates his memories of being away from his family to study in Manila. It was said that Rizal’s father wanted him to study in the Dominican-owned Colegio San Juan de Letran but changed his mind and decided to send him instead to Ateneo Municipal, formerly the Escuela Pia which was a...
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  • Manila City Jail - 948 Words
    Manila City Jail (Old Bilibid Prison) - Male Dormitory (Manila) Philippines / National Capital Region / Manila / C. M. Recto Ave., corner Quezon Blvd. The Manila City Jail (MCJ) has been ravaged by time. It is under-staffed, overcrowded, and its facilities in disrepair. Originally built by the Spaniards in the 19th Century, “Bilibid”, as it is commonly known, was home to prisoners of war during the Japanese occupation of Manila in World War II. Today it houses over 3,700 inmates - a 4x...
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  • Manila and Filipino Youth - 1027 Words
    “To the Filipino Youth” By: Jose P. Rizal Unfold, oh timid flower! Lift up your radiant brow, This day, Youth of my native strand! Your abounding talents show Resplendently and grand, Fair hope of my Motherland! Soar high, oh genius great, And with noble thoughts fill their mind; The honor's glorious seat, May their virgin mind fly and find More rapidly than the wind. Descend with the pleasing light Of the arts and sciences to the plain, Oh Youth, and break forthright...
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  • The Battle of Manila Bay - 333 Words
    The Battle of Manila Bay George Dewey, then a Commodore United States Navy’s Asiatic Squadron was waiting in Hong Kong when He received a cable from the then secretary of Navy,Theodore Roosevelt, stating that the war had begun between the US and Spain. Dewey sailed from Hong Kong on board his flagship Olympia with six other heavily armed ships. He brought with him a report on the location of the Spanish ships in Corregidor and Manila at dawn of May 1, 1898. Dewey entered Manila Bay almost...
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  • The Battle Of Manila Bay - 494 Words
    The Battle of Manila Bay Megan Howard On April 30, 1898, six American warships and three support vessels (the American Asiatic Squadron) entered Manila Bay in the Spanish Philippines. This would become the first major battle of the Spanish-American War. Leading the pack was Commodore George Dewey who was aboard the USS Olympia. The ships were made of steel and powered by coal-fired steam engines; also on board were electrical generators which ridding the need for lanterns to light the lower...
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  • Manila Ocean Park - 306 Words
    Chapter 3 Proposed Development Plan Vision: To be the best and most admired destination for travel & tourism, marine education, shopping and dining in the country, with its world-class, state-of-the-art marine themed park, premium shopping mall, elegant dining facilities and boutique hotel. To be the best company that provides highest customer and employee satisfaction. Mission: To provide Filipinos and foreign tourists a premium place that showcases the beautiful flora and...
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  • Research Paper-Manila Hotel
    I. Thesis Statement The Manila Hotel is a 570-room, five star hotel in Manila, Philippines, located in the heart of the Manila Bay area. The Manila Hotel is the oldest premiere hotel in the Philippines, built in 1909 to rival Malacañang Palace, where the Philippine president now lives, and opened in 1912. It was built on 3.5 hectares (376,736.9 sq ft) of land along Roxas Boulevard. It was the residence of General Douglas MacArthur from 1935 to 1941. On January 17, 2008, at Number One Rizal...
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  • Manila and Jose Rizal - 255 Words
    Ranque, Mary Jean A. BS InfoTech 3-B November 16, 2012 Activity No.1 1. What is the importance of Rizal’s Life, Works and Writings? The importance of Rizal’s Life, Works and Writings should be treasured foremost by the Filipinos, since he is “The Greatest Man of the Malay Race”. Rizal inspired the Filipinos of Republic in Asia. And in order us to know, understand and appreciate what is the life,...
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  • Thesis Cafe Manila System
    1. INTRODUCTION The modern technology gave us the idea to create a business. A business that can deal to anybody. A computer shop is seems to be perfect. It monitored the time, less work for the owner of the computer shop. But as they used it, they realized that there are things that needs to be solved immediately so that it won’t affect the business Nowadays, most of the people especially in the business is using computer. The use of computer set changes to human being. It lessen...
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  • Metro Manila and Philippine Youth Congress
    Philippine Youth Congress on Information Technology REACTION PAPER SUBMITTED TO: MR. ACE GARCES PROFESSOR SUBMITTED BY: Lovely Mae A. Cabaccan BS INFORMATION TECHONLOGY 4-B Philippine youth congress on Information Technology Y4IT Celebrating a decade of transforming lives. This 2012 the University of the Philippines Information technology Development Center (UP ITDC) is propelling itself to greater heights as it celebrate the 10th year of the Philippine youth...
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  • Metro Manila and City Quezon City
    III. Company Profile Chic-Boy™ is a fast casual restaurant chain of Pier One Holdings Corporation. We offer a menu packed with tastefully prepared food variants like the popular Cebu Lechon Manok and Cebu Lechon Liempo. For a solo meal or full meal with family, officemates and friends, Chic-Boy is the perfect place to satisfy your food craving with the perfect menu to fit any occasion and budget. Chic-Boy™ has been making waves since it opened its first Dine-In store on May 05, 2010 at...
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  • Metro Manila and Gross Group Sales
    Penshoppe Penshoppe Clothing provides a variety of styles to choose from and constantly update its collection. Started in 1986, today Penshoppe is recognized as one of the market leaders in the Philippine's in fashion, accessorries and personal care product industry. Penshoppe was launched in 1986 by young Chief Executive Officer Bernie Liu and a few friends in Cebu City, Philippines, who were privy to the clothing needs of young people. T-shirts basically composed 80% of students’ clothing...
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  • Metro Manila and Km Away Address
    Maybunga Maybunga is a barangay of the philippine highly urbanized city City Of Pasig in the province Second District in National Capital Region which is part of the Luzon group of islands. The highly urbanized city City Of Pasig with a population of about 617,301 and its 30 barangays belongs to the urban areas in the Philippines. Maybunga had 35,627 residents by the end of 2007. Maybunga is one of the barangays which are in the outlying area of Highly Urbanized City City Of Pasig. Other...
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  • Abstract ( Redevelopment Study of The Manila Zoo)
    Abstract The Philippines, being a colorful country of many cultures, traditions and people is one of great diversity in geography, nature and resources. Of these, the indigenous wildlife in the country is one of the most special in the planet. From the innovation of trades, the first zoo emerged to give the city and the country the exposure to animals, education for conservation of these animals and the additional venue for tourism and communal activity for the capital city of the Philippines....
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  • Swot Analysis of Manila Ocean Park
    Lyceum of the Philippines University Cavite Campus Department of International Tourism and Hospitality Management A SWOT Analysis on “MANILA OCEAN PARK” In Partial Fulfilment of the subject Recreation Management For the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management Submitted by: Gorospe Erika S. Maraan Joanna Mae H. Montoya Viromica S. Submitted to: Ms. Grace B. Gison March 10, 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT INTRODUCTION A. Name and...
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  • Illiteracy in Tondo, Manila (Topic Proposal)
    PART 1: OBSERVE “ILLITERACY TONDO, MANILA: PROPOSAL” We chose this topic, because even if it’s a small barangay, they can still be a good basis for an answer of illiteracy in Tondo, Manila. They can somehow be the reflection on what are the causes and effects of illiteracy in the slum areas of Manila. Manila is the capital of the Philippines, but it is also one of places where there are insufficient educational needs for the lower class. We have observed that there are a few people in the...
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  • Methodology: Metro Manila and Caloocan City
    Methodology This chapter presents the research design of the study, the subjects and the area of the study, sampling method, data needed, the research instrument, procedures for data gathering, procedures for data analysis and logistics, schedule and budgetary requirements. Research Design The study made use of Descriptive Analysis in determining the attitudes of student smokers to selected Caloocan City student smokers. Descriptive analysis was appropriate for the researchers' study which...
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  • Youth: Manila and Dr. Jose Rizal
    “The youth are the hope of our motherland,” Dr. Jose Rizal once said. But where are the youth today? Some are in jail; others are in the rehabilitation centers; more are in the streets, begging for alms, high with drugs and solvent, collecting garbage, snatchers, drug pushers and the like, hooked with the internet, bystanders-doing nothing or doing senseless things, and only a few are in schools. What’s happening with our Filipino youth today? Who’s to be blamed for these? We cannot deny the...
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  • The Rizal Park Hostage Crisis in Manila
    he Manila hostage crisis, officially known as the Rizal Park hostage-taking incident,[3] occurred when a dismissed Philippine National Police officer took over a tourist bus in Rizal Park, Manila, Philippines on August 23, 2010. Disgruntled former senior inspector Rolando Mendoza of the Manila Police District (MPD) hijacked a tourist bus carrying 25 people (20 tourists and a tour guide from Hong Kong, and four Filipinos) in an attempt to get his job back.[4] He said that he had been summarily...
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  • Human Resource Department Manila Hotel
    Human Resource Department Manila Hotel Dear Mr. Atienza: I received your appointment letter today, and I am honored to inform you that I am accepting the position that you have given to me. It was very fortunate that some of the Managers elected were disqualified due to their indiscipline action. Although they were hardworking and committed, they have to be replaced. It is an honor that you have chosen me to be one of the replacements. I was not present during the selection, so I...
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  • The Plight of Manila Zoo's Elephant, Mali.
    The plight of Manila Zoo’s elephant, Mali Mali, the 38-year-old female elephant, has been living in an enclosure in a small enclosure of Manila Zoo for thirty-four years. In 1979 Mali was given by the government of Sri Lanka to the Republic of the Philippines as a form of a gift between two nations. After three decades of captivity in a concrete enclosure, a new opportunity has opened for the lonely elephant to spend her remaining days in the wild. PETA Asia, along with other animal...
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  • Metro Manila and Executive Plaza Hotel
    4D3N Manila Trip Number of Guest : 13 adults with Luggages Name of Guest : Miss Kok & Co. Date of Arrival : Sept 14th ( Friday ) Time : 3:45 pm ( DMIA , Clark ) Date of Departure : Sept 17th ( Monday ) Time : 2:20 pm ( DMIA , Clark ) Contact # : +6016 5886680 / +6016 8868382 / 09294866678 ( Leonard ) Itinerary Day 1 ( Fri ) DMIA – MANILA ( Airport Transfer ) 3:40 pm fetching 13 guest from DMIA Clark and sending to Manila,...
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  • On the Job Training: City Garden Suites Manila
    ON-THE-JOB TRAINING at City Garden Suites Manila In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Submitted by: Marron Wyo C. Buenaventura Submitted to: Ms. Annalyn D. Guinacaran Summary About City Garden Suites Discover comfort. City Garden Suites Manila is a Standard Class Hotel and an ISO 9001:2008 Certified in all aspects of its operations. The hotel offers top class accommodation with business character and elegant furnishings that provide...
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  • White Light Corporation V City Of Manila
    Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT Manila EN BANC G.R. No. 122846 January 20, 2009 WHITE LIGHT CORPORATION, TITANIUM CORPORATION and STA. MESA TOURIST & DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, Petitioners, vs. CITY OF MANILA, represented by DE CASTRO, MAYOR ALFREDO S. LIM, Respondent. DECISION Tinga, J.: With another city ordinance of Manila also principally involving the tourist district as subject, the Court is confronted anew with the incessant clash between government power and individual liberty...
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  • Kalookan City: The Second Largest Area in Metro Manila
    I. COMMUNITY BACKGROUND Kalookan City is one of the 17 cities and municipalities in National Capital Region. It is the second largest area in Metro Manila and the third most populous city in the Philippines. It has 188 barangays which were divided into two districts – the North (upper) with 24 barangays and South (lower) with 164. The northern part has less number of barangays but it is larger in terms of land area. In the last 20 years, migrants from different cities in Metro Manila and...
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  • Perceptions of Tourists to Manila Hotel and Its Contribution to Philippine Culture
    PERCEPTIONS OF TOURISTS TO MANILA HOTEL AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO PHILIPPINE CULTURE CHAPTER 1 The Problem and Its Background Introduction Unknown to many, the Manila Hotel is one of the attractions that the government can offer to both local and foreign tourists. It is a showcase of Filipino Ingenuity and the uniqueness of artistry that only a Filipino can do. Most of the Filipinos, particularly those in the provincial areas are not aware of the beauty of Manila Hotel. Lucky are those who...
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  • Narrative: Metro Manila and Mechanical Engineering Students
    Narrative Report on Educational Tour January 26-31, 2014 As part of the curriculum, the 5th and 4th year Mechanical Engineering students are expected to initiate an Educational tour on a specified destination and be out of school for almost a week. We the fifth year mechanical engineering students and few electrical and electronics engineering students were out of town and been in Manila for 4 days and a day in Laguna. We travel to Manila. We arrived at UNEP campus...
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  • Manila Zoological & Botanical Garden: An Assessment of Facilities and Services
    FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF TOURISM AND HOTEL MANAGEMENT “Manila Zoological & Botanical Garden: An Assessment of Facilities and Services” -------------------------------------------------- In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in Tourism Research Methods and Techniques Acio, Jessa Mae M. Agustin, Resurreccion F. Jr. Huang, Ya-Hui E. Magante, Maean V. Martin, Ma. Rizza Veronica G. Pacupac, Kyla Ann Marie O. Gladys B. Nocon March 2015 FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY INTITUTE OF TOURISM...
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  • Manila Solar City: What Our Country Needs
    Manila Solar City: What Our Country Needs Manila, the capital city of the Philippines and one of the country’s most populous cities, is situated between Manila Bay and Laguna Bay that is why it is one of the main harbors of the country and the center of all the country’s commercial, economical, cultural and political activities. In 2006, Manila landed in Forbes magazine as the densest city in the world with a population of 1,581,000 and a density of 41,014 persons per square kilometer (Malone,...
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  • Social and Economic Development Towards Sustainability in Tondo, Manila
    ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING Social and Economic Development towards Sustainability in Tondo, Manila I. Abstract Every day, people suffer from hunger, poverty, and pollution as a result of a low economic standard of a locale. It is caused by either the misleading of the government or the community or society itself, their lack of obedience to higher authority. The main problem in this locality involves the social, environmental, and political aspects within. For this reason, the community...
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  • Study: Metro Manila and Rex Book Store
    Recoletos de Cavite Library San Sebastian College-Recoletos de Cavite Sta. Cruz, Cavite City NEW BOOK ACQUISITION The following library materials are now available at the Main Library and ready for circulation. GENERALITIES, COMPUTER SCIENCE, JOURNALISM, LIBRARIANSHIP, HUMANITIES, ETC. 1. Scott, Mona L. Conversion tables. 3rd ed. London : Libraries Unlimited, c2006. 025.433 / Sc8 / 2006 2. Knottingham, Elisabeth. How to do everything with Microsoft Visio 2002. New York :...
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  • A Study on the Viability of Corporate Sponsorship for the Restoration of the Manila Metropolitan Theater
    Background of the Study The Metropolitan Theater proposal was first drafted in 1924 but it was only on December 10, 1931 when the Manila Metropolitan Theater was established. The art-deco design of the building, a very famous design in North America and Europe, was made by Juan M. Arellano with his brother Arcadio Arellano and American architectural planner Daniel Burnham. The sculptures in the façade of the theater were from an Italian Sculptor named Riccardo Monti. Filipino artist Isabelo...
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  • Scholastic Triumphs of Jose Rizal in Ateneo de Manila and University of Santo Tomas
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