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  • Provinces of the Philippines

    The Philippines is an archipelago of 7‚107 islands in the South China Sea located between Taiwan to the north and Borneo to the south. Just 2‚000 of its islands are inhabited and only 500 are larger than a kilometer square. The nine largest islands of Luzon‚ Mindanao‚ Palawan‚ Panay‚ Mindoro‚ Samar‚ Negros‚ Leyte and Cebu make up 90% of the nation’s land area. The Philippines is mountainous in nature. The highest mountain is Mt. Apo‚ which is located in Mindanao. The second largest is Mt.Pulog in

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  • Alias in Philippine Province

    Aklan - oldest province Angono‚ Rizal - town of artists Antipolo City - picnic area Apalit‚ Pampanga - tapayan capital Baclayon Church‚ Bohol - oldest stone church Bacolod City - city of smiles Bacolor‚ Pampanga - country’s capital in 1762-1763 Baguio City - summer capital Balabac Island‚ Palawan - land of Philippine mouse deer Baliuag‚ Bulacan - the first town to have election Banaue Rice Terraces - stairways to the sky Barasoain Church - headquarters of the Malolos Congress Basey‚ Samar

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  • Provinces of the Philippines and Local Markets

    Farmer’s Market Cubao from which its name was derived from. Slaughter houses and cow farms from different municipalities sell their product to the said farmer’s market. One of the biggest sources of cow meat in the Philippines is Padre Garcia‚ Batangas‚ the cattle trading capital of the Philippines‚ where they have the best temperature here in the country for raising cows. Cow breeders ensure that their livestock are bred well by supplying them with good feeds and steroids. Their diet usually contains well-grown

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  • Provinces of the Philippines and Timothy Williams

    Provincial Propaganda and National Disinterest Timothy Williams Abstract: For nearly forty years a violent conflict has been raging in Mindanao where the Moros are fighting for independence from the Philippine state. On August 5th 2008 the peace negotiation panels of the Government of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front were set to sign a Memorandum of Agreement on Ancestral Domain (MoA-AD)‚ a final stepping stone on the way to a comprehensive peace agreement. However‚ a well-organised

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  • Provinces of the Philippines and Kara David

    challenging feat for anyone who wants to see and explore a mysterious tradition preserved for decades among some of the mountains isolated communities. I-Witness travels to the Tapaz Mountain‚ considered the farthest in Capiz‚ located in the central Philippines island of Panay. Reporter Kara David reaches the community of Rizal Sur‚ a village that looks just like any other isolated community‚ where the people living in traditional huts and survive on whatever nature provides them. In the midst of this

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  • Provinces of the Philippines and Gardenia Bread Products

    Gardenia In early 1997‚ QAF Limited through Gardenia International (S) Pte Ltd established Gardenia Bakeries (Philippines)‚ Inc. and started construction of its bakery plant in the Laguna International Industrial Park (LIIP)‚ Biñan‚ Laguna. It is a multi-national company with operations in Singapore‚ Malaysia‚ Thailand and other countries in Asia. Gardenia Phils. began its operations in 1998 with a state-of-the-art bread factory rated as one of the most modern large-scale bread manufacturing facilities

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  • Provinces of the Philippines and Spanish Influence Origin

    SUBMITTED BY: Vince Carlo M. Payumo II-St. Martin Submitted To: Ms. Fatima Mallari NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION (NCR) * ARAY TYPE: Spanish Influence ORIGIN: Ermita‚ Manila PRONUNCIATION: (ah-RAHY)  The Aray is a Filipino form of the Spanish jota accompanied by sprightly steps. The dance‚ itself‚ is flirtatious and involves the graceful use of tambourines by women. * PASIGIN TYPE: Rural Folks ORIGIN: Pasig  Pasigin came from the word Pasig that is mentioning

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  • Provinces of the Philippines and International Film Festival

    ANALYSIS Himalâ ("Miracle") is a Filipino film directed by the late National Artist Ishmael Bernal of the Philippines in 1982. The film’s script was written by multi-award winner screenwriter Ricky Lee based on a true incident on a teenage girl in Cabra Island in the province of Occidental Mindoro between 1966 and 1967 Sergio Lobo was the Director of Photography. Himalâ was filmed entirely in the province of Ilocos Norte in just three weeks with a budget of only ₱ 3 million. The film premiered at the 1982

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  • Terrorism: Provinces of the Philippines and Improvised Explosive Device

    INTRODUCTION: Terrorism in the Philippines are conflicts based on political issues conducted by rebel organizations against the Philippine government‚ its citizens and supporters. Most terrorism in the country are conducted by Islamic terrorist groups. The most active terrorist groups in the Philippines are the Moro Islamic Liberation Front‚ Moro National Liberation Front‚ Abu Sayyaf‚ Rajah Sulaiman Movement and Jemaah Islamiyah. Prior to Islamic terrorist groups‚ the Philippines were terrorized by communist

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  • Rizal Province

    RIZAL PROVINCE Rizal is a province located in the CALABARZON‚ just 16 kilometers east of Manila. The province was named after the country’s national hero‚ José Rizal. Rizal Governor Dr. Casimiro Ynares III on June 17‚ 2008 announced the transfer of the Capitol from Pasig. Its P 270-million capitol building‚ constructed in Antipolo by Ortigas & Co.‚ owner thereof‚ was completed by December of that year. Built on 5-hectare lot at the Ynares Center‚ it employs 2‚008 employees. The New Capitol was

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