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RAISING STUDENTS’ SECURITY THROUGH THE ADDITIONAL INSTALLATION OF SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS IN CEU MANILA
An Undergraduate Research Proposal
the School of Accountancy and Management
Centro Escolar University Manila
In Partial Fulfilment
of the Requirements for the Degree
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Marketing Management
Caisip, Gillian M. Reyes, Narciso Dean I.
Cruz, Eduard S. Romano, Joycebee S,
De Guzman, Joemar T. Santos, Hannallee U.
Dela Paz, Abigail H. Soledad, Justine A.
Manzano, ArbieLyn Torrecampo, Kristian Paul D.J.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Name:Nicomedes Márquez Joaquín
Pseudonym:Quijano de Manila.
Background: Nick Joaquin, byname of Nicomedes Joaquin (born May 4, 1917, Paco, Manila, Phil.—died April 29, 2004, San Juan, Phil.) Filipino novelist, poet, playwright, essayist, and biographer whose works present the diverse heritage of the Filipino people.Joaquin was awarded a scholarship to the Dominican monastery in Hong Kong after publication of his essay “La Naval de Manila” (1943), a description of Manila’s fabled resistance to 17th-century Dutch invaders. After World War II he traveled to the United States, Mexico, and Spain, later serving as a cultural representative of the Philippines to Taiwan, Cuba, and
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By 1896 the Katipunan had a membership by the thousands. That same year, the existence of the Katipunan was discovered by the colonial authorities. In late August Katipuneros gathered in Caloocan and declared the start of the revolution. The event is now known as the Cry of Balintawak or Cry of Pugad Lawin, due to conflicting historical traditions and official government positions.
Andrés Bonifacio called for a general offensive on Manila and was defeated in battle at the town of San Juan del Monte. He regrouped his forces and was able to briefly capture the towns of Marikina, San Mateo and Montalban. Spanish counterattacks drove him back and he retreated to the mountains of Balara
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Manila Hostage Crisis
A few months ago, two days after Ninoy Aquino’s Day and just a day before Venus Raj won as 4th Runner-Up in Miss Universe 2010.An incident has occurred in the Philippines and became trending news in the world. This incident was the Hostage Drama in the Quirino Grandstand.
It was 10:15 a.m. Monday in Manila when Rolando Mendoza, 55 and married with three children, hitched a ride with the tourists as they visited historic sites in the city. He wore a camouflage uniform and carried an M16 rifle but didn't seem unusual in the heavily policed capital. According to newspaper reports, the former senior inspector was among five officers who had been charged with robbery
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I’m in Cebu as I write is, attending the second edition of Taboan, the Philippine International Writers Festival which was first held in Manila at about this same time last year, February being National Arts Month.
Taboan will be making the rounds of the regions from year to year before returning to Manila, so this moveable feast (poet and NCCA commissioner Ricky de Ungria beat me to the metaphor) will see many places yet.
The Arts Council of Cebu under the very gracious festival director Mayen Tan and presidenta Petite Garcia is in charge of Taboan ’10, a project of the Committee on Literary Arts of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).
The festival got off to
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Inventory System of Conching Food Industries
Group name: Babes Company
Leader: Avegail A. Ferasol
Rosemarie S. Francisco
Mary Joy A. Curaza
Elaine P. Madrigal
In today’s modern age where computer becomes a way of life, it is very useful to the process of the inventory system in different companies. All business rely on inventory system because it tells what will be the profit of each product when they produce, when you need to order, and what product will be the best selling and having a highest profit. The main purpose of inventory system in each company is to make the process simpler and easier to manage their goods and products
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The local people claimed that the Spaniards who first visited the place were so amused with the bumbong that, after learning its name from the natives, they named the town after the container, a name which later evolved to Paombong.
Paombong is situated southwest of the province of Bulacan, with a total land area of 46.34 square kilometers. It is bounded by the municipality of Calumpit on the north, Malolos City on the east, municipality of Hagonoy on the west and Manila Bay on the south. The municipality is approximately 47 kilometers from Metro Manila, it is a by-pass town and can be accessed via North Luzon Expressway and MacArthur Highway.
Barangay San Isidro I
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Tupas and establish a settlement. On orders of the King Philip II, 2,100 men arrived from Mexico. They built the the port of Fuerza de San Pedro which became the Spanish trading outpost and stronghold for the region.
Hearing of the riches of Manila, an expedition of 300 men headed by Martin de Goiti left Cebu for Manila. They found the islands of Panay and Mindoro. Goiti arrived in Manila on May 8, 1570. At first they were welcomed by the natives and formed an alliance with Rajah Suliman, their Muslim king but as the locals sensed the true objectives of the Spaniards, a battle between the troops of Suliman and the Spaniards erupted. Because the Spaniards are more heavily armed, the
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. Specifically, it seeks to answer the following questions:
1. What is the profile of the probationary students in terms of:
2.3 Year level?
2. What is the study habits of the tourism students in terms of:
3.6 Time management;
3.7 Study environment
3.8 Exam preparation
3. What is the relationship between the study habits of the tourism students of College of the Holy Spirit Manila and their academic performance for the academic year 2011-2012?
Conceptual Framework of the Study
A. Demographic Profile of Students
1.3 Year level
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was a Filipino writer, historian and journalist, best known for his short stories and novels in the English language. He
also wrote using the pen name Quijano de Manila. Joaquin was conferred the rank and title of National Artist of the
Philippines for Literature.
He is considered most important Filipino writer in English, and the third most important overall, after José Rizal and
Claro M. Recto.
*Name: Nicomedes Marquez Joaquin
Aka: “Quijano de Manila”
Born: May 4, 1917 (Paco Manila on Calle Herran)
Died: April 29, 2004 (San Juan Metro Manila)
Parents: Atty. Leocadio Y. Joaquin (colonel of the Philippine Revolution
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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
College of Business Administration
Department of Office Administration
Sta. Mesa, Manila
SECRETARIAL ATTITUDES AND PROFICIENCY TOWARD WORD PROCESSING, SPREADSHEET, AND PRESENTATION IN SELECTED HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN MANILA
Job, Denise Unika N.
Paña, Rosemin R.
Ramirez, Mariah Aubrey M,
Segui, Karl Louise C.
Zabat, Shaira Marie N.
BSOA CT 3 – 2N
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
This chapter present and discuss the description, background, and the skill competencies of secretaries and skill qualifications required by the selected higher education institutions in Metro Manila. This also includes
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Divide by Two
â€œModern Filipino Short Story Writerâ€
Name: Zacarias Eugene Francisco Quino
Arcellana or Francisco â€œFrankzâ€ Arcellana
Filipino writer, poet, essayist, critic,
journalist and teacher
Place: Frank V. Sta. Cruz, Manila
Order: 4th out of 18 children
Jose Arcellana y cabaneiro (father)
Epifanio Quino (mother)
Emerenciana Yuvienco (wife) with 6
passion in writing triggered when he was in
high school in Manila West High School (later
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DoH sees hope in 'tawa-tawa' as dengue cure
By JENNY F. MANONGDO
August 26, 2011, 7:14pm
MANILA, Philippines — Department of Health (DoH) Secretary Enrique T. Ona announced Friday that preliminary laboratory testing of the plant “tawa-tawa” (scientific name: euphorbia hirta) suggests that it may have “some effect” in treating dengue patients.
While Ona said these tests remain inconclusive, the Department of Science and Technology (DoST) will continue its research on the active ingredient in the plant that appears to be effective in beating the virus.
“It looks like they (DoST scientists) have already isolated the active ingredient in the plant and it appears that it really has
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Migi Moreno, one can mistake him for a total nerd with his rectangular glasses and happy-to-serve smile always gracing his usual appearance. He is a man of average height, but not of average dreams. His main vision for the academic year is for the USG to “refocus on its role as representatives of the students.” Migi Moreno does not believe in the role of a student leader as a person who only commands a group of people. He believes that he, as a student leader, is there to represent his followers.
Jose Miguel “Migi” V. Moreno, a senior PSM-LMG (Bachelor of Arts major in Psychology and Bachelor of Science in Legal Management) student, is this year's De La Salle University Manila
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City of Manila
Universidad De Manila
Antonio J. Villegas, Mehan Gardens, Manila
Office of the Graduate Studies
A Case Analysis entitled
THE CASE OF RIZAL PROVINCE
THE DRIVERS OF METRO MANILA
CALOOCAN FOLK VIRTUAL HOSTAGE
TO UNRELIABLE WATER SERVICE PROVIDER
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in the
Subject MPMG 210: Dynamics & Techniques of Decision Making
Prepared and Submitted By:
ROLANDO E. ENOC
LOVELIN P. TIONGCO
EDUARD Z. PABUSTAN
DR. ADOR G. PAULINO
THE CASE OF RIZAL PROVINCE
1956 - 26 Municipalities of Rizal Province
- Hon. Rodriguez, 1st elected Governor of Rizal
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Integration of the Grading System to the Informatics College Manila Enrollment System
Informatics Education Group, founded in 1983, has more than 600 colleges in 52 countries. It is a corporation dedicated to provide quality education to its students. It offers courses in higher education for corporate productivity and Business solutions. Informatics’ commitment to giving quality education encompasses all aspects from course design to student assessment or examination and staff training.
This commitment to excel beyond customers’ expectations by providing quality services to its students has pushed the proponents to create a system that will
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. We all have a part to play as a producer, provider, and consumer of goods. For our part, we will focus on our core competencies by building a ready market for local agricultural products," Caktiong said. Last year, four of Jollibee’s nine fast food chains ordered 20,000 tons of rice from the provinces of Nueva Ecija, Isabela, and Pangasinan. This volume of production requires about 2,800 hectares of farm land, or about the size of Metro Manila, Caktiong said. Flagship chain Jollibee alone accounts for sixty percent of the rice demand which consists of long-grained, premium, and grain-milled varieties, he added. (Lamentillo, GMA News Online, 2011) |
4. Suppliers’ product differentiation
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other whereas unlike poles attract each other. http://www.howmagnetswork.com/
* Fishing Poles made with meter stick with hanging magnet
* Ziploc/ Plastic Bags filled with about 10-12 items (metal, paper, wood, cloth, etc)
* Paper & Pencils,
* Manila papers & Markers
Step 1: Fold paper in half lengthwise - one side titled Magnet Will Pick Up, and the other, Magnet Will Not Pick Up.
Step 2: Lay out the items in Ziploc bag, study and have each group predict which ones will be able to be picked up with the magnet, and which ones, won’t. List the materials under the appropriate column
Step 3: With the magnetic fishing pole
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report bago siya nagpasiring sa Manila pagkapot kan Arzobispado kaini, na " nakaya niyang mag-andorog sa mga pangangaipo , espiritual asin temporal kan saiyang mga sakop, mapahirahay an katedral, asin makapatogdok nin sarong palasyo asin sarong seminario conciliar ngani iyo an mag-ataman kan pagpadi kan mga seminarista...."
Si Juan Antonio de Orbigo, nagtukaw komo Obispo kan Nueva Caceres poon taon 1778 abot taon 1788. Kaya maski siya an nagpoon kan seminario, iyo si Obispo Collantes an nag-organisar asin nagpainagurar kaini kan taon Marso 7, 1793 na totoo kan parehong petsa pakalihis nin apat na taon (1797) sa termino mansana niya, nagkaigwa kan sinasabing Canonical Erection kaini
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time were to uplift the economic and social condition of all the people using hard work and self-reliance. His first term was innovative and inspirational. Marcos embarked on a huge infrastructure program, unifying the scattered islands through a network of roads, bridges, rails and ports, committing all the available resources to development. He carefully steered the Republic's diplomacy during a period of transition in international relations, which saw the confrontation of the Cold War give way to peaceful negotiations. He was host to the Vietnam allies at the Manila Summit of 1966, and embarked on intense personal diplomacy throughout the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations
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suggested to then Congressman Ferdinand Marcos to propose to Manila Mayor Arsenio Lacson for the latter to run as President and the former as Lacson's Vice President. However, the immensely popular Lacson turned down the offer to run against Carlos P. Garcia despite Laurel's pledged support. Marcos, in turn, ran only for President in 1965.During his retirement, Laurel stayed in a 3-story, 7-bedroom mansion dubbed as "Villa Pacencia", erected in 1957 at Mandaluyong and named after Laurel's wife. The home was one of three residences constructed by the Laurel family, the other two being located in Tanauan and in Paco, Manila (called "Villa Peñafrancia). In 2008, the Laurel family sold "Villa Pacencia" to Senate President Manny Villar and his wife Cynthia.
On November 6, 1959, Laurel died at the Lourdes Hospital, in Manila, from a massive heart attack and a stroke. He is buried in Tanuan.
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a research study in related to social and scientific issues. The study presents needed materials in a concise and thorough manner geared to current educational trends and adopted to the academe as part of their continuing tools on a broader aspect.
The growing number Badjao in Manila has been identified by many concern organizations particularly the Non-Government Organizations (NGO) and some private organizations are fast alarming that many of them responded to the interest of violations of human dignity, violations, exploitations and most probably abuse.
One of the respondent and concern NGO is the Sun for All Children (SFAC), a child social institution wherein one of its basic aims is
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sinned, but it was Japanese government that sinned. Japan’s sin was assigned to the Japanese-American.7 Mankind died. But they died not because they “sinned” but because Adam had sinned. I believe that God is good, he would not create such evil, God created a responsible human being that is able to response, able to make responsible choices. Unfortunately, Adam chose to rebel.
4. Jill Kraye, Cambridge Translations of Renaissance Philosophical Texts, trans. Ronald G. Witt (UK, Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, 1997), 181-183
5. The Holy Bible: New International Version, From Adam to Noah (Manila: Philippine Bible Society, 1985), Genesis 5 (see verse 3)
6. John Phillips
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sent me to my sister in manila for me to continue my studies there. But unfortunately my school papers not yet release in the time of enrollment in manila and because of that I didn’t make through in school again.
I was a “TAMBAY” for almost two months in manila. Because after that two months I go to TESDA school in Uni-Cyber College of Science and Technologies, Inc. in Parañaque City. I took up Food and Beverage in that school for two six months and luckily I got my certificate of NCII in that. I tried to apply for a job after I got my certificate, but unfortunately I didn’t accepted because of my illegal age coz that time I’m still seventeen year old.
In that time I realize that you can’t
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negative book value.
2. To achieve the privatization of the Philippine Journalists Incorporated (PJI)
III. Areas of Consideration
* Philippine Journalists Inc. (PJI) is the publishing company for The Journal Group of Publications that was incorporated on October 20, 1972 with an authorized capital of P500, 000.00, consisting of P5, 000 shares with par value of P100 each.
* At that time of incorporation, the PJI offices located at the Meralco Building in Pasig, Rizal. In 1976, the company transferred its offices to Railroad Street, Port Area, Manila, after subleasing from Beta Realty Corporation a lot known as “Block 173” with building owned by the National Government. Subsequently
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ANDRES BONIFACIO (1863-1897)
Was born on November 30, 1863, his parents Catalina de Castro and Santiago Bonifacio. The proud parents named the boy Andres, after St. Andrew the apostle, the patron saint of Manila. Andres had three brothers and two sisters. Their names were Ciriaco, Procopio, Esperidiona, Troadio, and Maxima. Young Andres learned to read and write alphabet in Tagalog and Spanish from CATON, or primer book, given to him by an aunt. Later he went to school in Meisic. His teacher was Guillermo Osmena, a schoolmaster from Cebu. At the age of 18, his mother died due to tuberculosis then his father a year later. Andres gave up his studies to work full time. At first
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the Philippines are mostly in the Metro Manila surroundings,
including freeport zones Clark and Subic, and the regions in Calabarzon area, as well as Cavite and
Laguna. A number of local developers not normally associated with industrial real estate have recently
expressed interest in the market. This means there is a general sense of optimism felt by the sector from
local players. The ASEAN Economic Community, which reduces barriers to trade within the region and
boost manufacturing in the Philippines in the long term, is also an indicator of a growth in demand from
local and international firms that are seeking industrial spaces, but we have yet to see and feel the
results of these
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. Studies show that a big result from attention disorder comes from children watching too much television. “Watching television leads to a developmental disorder in the part of the brain, which is responsible for language skills” (Oak, Manila Para 3). This tells us that kids are learning their language skills not just from parents, but from television as well to much of unsupervised television could cause children to develop the wrong type of language skill. The brain develops rapidly between the ages of one and five years watching television over a certain amount of time a day could cause attention disorder. “ Researchers have found that every hour preschoolers watch television each day boosts
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, TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES â€“ QUEZON CITY. |A-4|
UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST-CALOOCAN, UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES â€“ DILIMAN. |A-5| DON BOSCO TECHNICAL COLLEGE, RIZAL TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY. |B-1| EULOGIO â€œAMANGâ€
RODRIGUEZ INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY, MANUEL L. QUEZON UNIVERSITY, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES,
TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES â€“ MANILA, UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS. |B-2| ADAMSON UNIVERSITY, MAPÃšA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD
NG MAYNILA, TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES â€“ MANILA. |B-3| CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY, DE LA SALLE â€“ DASMARIÃ‘AS, NATIONAL
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. I asked again. Why? Papa replied were going to the Hospital. When I heard hospital my hearts beats fast I don’t know but I feel nervous. I asked him where is Mama and Nanang? But he didn’t answer me. But he’s teary eyes made me cried a lot. And he said your mama rushed to the Hospital when is finished cooking she was collapse. After papa told me what happened I cried a lot. When we arrived at the hospital Lala comforted me. After of a few hours of waiting the doctor went out of the Emergency room, then she was looking at Papa. After on their conversation papa sat on the chair beside me, then he said the doctor said that we need to bring her to Manila she need to undergo an operation she was
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bad, but when he saw it he liked the city very much.
D. His article "Amor Patrio" was published in the Diarong Tagalog, a Manila newspaper edited by Basilio Teodoro. This was the First article he wrote abroad.
Rizal in Madrid;
A. To study the two courses-Medicine and Philosophy and Letters. He also studied Painting and sculpture in the Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando.
B. Dr. Dominador Gomez – secretary of Association Hispano – Filipina.
Jose Ma. Panganiban – his friend and his talented co-worker in the propaganda.
Wenceslao E. Retana:
– The bitter enemy of Rizal in Pen.
– A talented Spanish scholar was then a press agent of the friars in Spain
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Changez and the America increase, question integrity
NEW YORK CITY: Change throughout the novel
* Freedom, empowerment, pleasure
* Boundless possibility for Changez
* Before 9/11: empire, awe-inspiring
* After 9/11: dangerously powerful and reactive ‘beast’ because of NOSTALGIA
ATHENS: Rhodes: metaphorical wall
* The seat of a fallen empire
* Separate the East and West, Changez and Erica
* Symbolize America’s future fall
* In the East, but more like New York, making Changez resentful, angry and ashamed
* Where Changez started to change, realizes that he is play-acting
* Separate Changez from America to have a Third World’s view of the 9/11
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MANILA, Philippines - President Benigno Aquino III delivered on Monday afternoon his sixth and last State of the Nation Address.
Here are 46 things he talked about in his last speech before Congress:
1. Stopped the culture of "wangwang" since he assumed his post as president
2. Inauguration of the Cavite-Muntinlupa Expressway; private sector's willingness working with the government in public-private partnerships
3. Previous administration's 'false achievements' and anomalies
4. Decision to run as president after the death of his mother, former President Corazon Aquino
5. Resignation of Ombudsman Merceditas Gutierrez, impeachment of Chief Justice Renato Corona
6. Appointment of
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De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde
2544 Taft Avenue Malate, Manila
Recellyn Monique C. Bodiongan
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Monde Special Cream Puffs is a delicious and crunchy melt-in-the-mouth pastry center-filled with rich delicious cream. It is a snack that would wake up your sweet tooth. They are actually a bite-sized pastry tha
The world today is highly competitive and coming up with a new product that would stand out in the market is hard. But Monde Special Cream Puffs is unique for it is a snack that would
CURRENT MARKETING SITUATION
For almost 20 years in the industry, Monde Nissin is one of Philippines leading food
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poverty in Europe. Paciano promised him to send 35 pesos regularly for his monthly allowance to maintain his studies.
* Rizal used a passport obtained by a cousin named Jose Mercado.
* MAY 1, 1882 – Early morning, he left Calamba by carromata, reaching Manila after 10 hours. He had time to write farewell letters to his family, friends and bid goodbye to his friends, to the kind Jesuit Fathers and a tearful farewell to his love, Leonor.
* On his Last night in Manila, he told to Soledad to look after their parents and to extend farewell to the family.
* before his embarkation date, he heard mass at St. Domingo Church. He was still a good catholic.
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literary authors * 5 See also * 6 References * 7 External links |
Doctrina Christiana, Manila, 1593, is the first book printed in the Philippines.
Tomas Pinpin wrote and printed in 1610 Librong Pagaaralan nang mga Tagalog nang Uicang Castilla, 119 pages designed to help fellow Filipinos to learn the Spanish language in a simple way. He is also credited with the first news publication made in the Philippines, "Successos Felices",
Classical literature in Spanish (19th Century)
On December 1, 1846, La Esperanza, the first daily newspaper, was published in the country
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people. Most Americans blamed the Spanish, and “Remember the Maine” became a call to arms. McKinley began negotiations with Spain for a settlement with Cuba. McKinley then sent a message to Congress, which adopted a resolution recognizing Cuban independence and renouncing any intent to annex the island, but Spain refused to withdraw. In April 1898 Congress declared war on Spain, and the Spanish-American War began.
The four-month war ended in August with a victory for the United States. The first action occurred thousands of miles away from Cuba in the Philippines, another Spanish colony. There Commodore George Dewey surprised the Spanish fleet in Manila Bay and sank every vessel in it
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I. Introduction and Overview
Ever Solid Plastic Manufacturing Company is a plastic manufacturing company owned by Rosario Tan. The company is a distributor of high quality plastics. It manufactures different set of products such as sando bags, plastic cups, paper cups, spaghetti boxes, and etc. It has been operating for approximately 17 years and is located in Valenzuela City, Metro Manila. The study of the researchers were focusing on the business operations of the said company.
Based on the company visits and interviews we have conducted in the company, the researchers have discovered that the main problem of the company is having problems with regards to their manual business
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introduces in our country by the Spaniards. Indee, during theSpanish times, the Philippines was the land of the fiesta the novena, and the siesta.Many foreigners have noted this custom among our people. Some believe that even the guards at the gates of Intramuros had their siesta. It was a commonly known fact that every afternoon the gates of the city were closed for fear of a surprise attack.The ayuntamiento of Manila or the commander of the regiment in Intramuros did well in ordering theclosing of the gates during the siesta hour. Once, the Chinese living in Parian, just a short way fromthe Walled City, timed the beginning of one of their revolts by attacking at two o·clock in theafternoon. They
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FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY
January 22, 2011
GRIEF OF A CHILD
These two photos were taken when I was only 9 or 10 months. I was with Lolo Peping, my grandfather, in the first picture.
My parents were never married. My mother had her first husband and two sons before my father came into her life. Like any other couples, by doing the deed, I was the result of the love of my parents… And so, on the 7th day of November 1993, a beautiful baby girl was born in Bauang, La Union. She was filled with love and happiness embracing her whole soul. The baby was named Svetlana Joy. The story goes on like this…
I arrived here in Manila on the 24th of December 1993. My grandparents lives
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doesn’t like mixing politics and business. He doesn’t like being very close to government. Because according to him, wealth that’s based purely on politics cannot be sustained.
He thinks outside the envelope. Like Henry Sy Sr. and Andrew Tan, John Gokongwei Jr. thinks outside the envelope because he started his businesses from scratch. There’s no baggage and no tradition to follow.
The taipan shared his profits to the community. He knew that business success is nothing without sharing its profits. He donates his money in a businessman-like way. He gives money to schools like Ateneo de Manila and De La Salle University, institutions that know how to use it. This rich entrepreneur maybe got the
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Collection of Raw Materials – PET Bottle and Human Hair
Main raw materials are gathered in different communities in Metro Manila. These are collected by the company’s elf truck. There will be a schedule for the collection of raw materials in different communities.
There will be an agreement with the barangay officials that the PET bottles will be segregated from other kind of plastics and its label is already removed.
After collecting, raw materials will be transported to warehouse and will be sorted. Since there is an agreement with the different communities regarding the labels of PET bottles, sorting will be easier for the workers. The task that the workers will do
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studying. They also need to deal with their everyday busy schedules. This research aims to help understand and discuss the issues and concerns of the employed students to benefit the following:
Working Students – Being an employee and student at the same time takes a lot of hard work. It can be rigorous but also rewarding especially if you helped your parents. It can also be a good working experience for them for their future. This study will assist them to see the behaviors that help them achieve their professional skills.
Scope and Limitations
This is study is conducted at the LPU-Manila and the information is viewed only in the light of the particular student and his or her
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Filipino entrepreneurs take small but sure steps to minimize the waste of discarded rubber tires and choose a most useful outlet: footwear.
/ by Jen Horn /
This is the challenge the team of Manila Sole Footwear took on when they decided to create their brand specializing in casual shoes for men and women made with recycled rubber tires and conveyor belts, and recently, also incorporated with textiles made in Baguio and Mindanao.
The impact of rubber tires
“A billion tires are sold annually worldwide. On average, a tire would last 2 to 4 years, depending on usage. So eventually, those tires will be thrown away,” shared Rex Somera, co-founder and managing partner of Manila
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â€œTourism Development Plan: National Library of the Philippinesâ€
â€“ Nationâ€™s Literatureâ€™s Shelter Beautification
A Thesis Proposal
Presented to the
Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management (ITHM)
Far Eastern University (FEU) â€“ Manila
In Partial Fulfillment of Requirements for
Tourism Planning and Development (TPAD)
Baladad, Arlou Belle P.
Celestial, Danisse Ann P.
Fabros, Jeric Neil V.
Huang, Ya-Hui E.
Opinaldo, Cathleen Karla L.
Platino, Shane Marienette M.
The researchers would like to express a sincere and deep appreciation to their families for supporting them
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Genuine Leather continues to create durable and lasting leather shoes and sandals since 1997. They distribute shoes, sandals, slippers all over manila and different provinces of our country. It’s first office was established in 49 5th st. Dona Hemady St. Manila, Quezon City.
They maybe not that known of a company, but their finished products are surely world-class made and promises to last longer than any other shoes. Their brand is trusted by many stores around the different parts of the country.
The San Mateo branch of their factory is managed by Mrs. Flory Dela Cruz since it’s establishment in 1997. They started with a small amount of employees, but now they already have 28 workers
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Philippine Commission, brought to the Philippines 1,000 American teachers, known as the Thomasites.
Teachers were also trained in the Normal School founded in Manila in 1901 and its branches subsequently established in major towns. Elementary school teachers were trained in English language and literature, geography, mathematics, principles of education, teaching methods, and educational psychology.
The free elementary schools that were established consisted of 4 primary grades and 3 intermediate grades. In the first decade, the intermediate grades focused on vocational education, with a special course for those who intended to go to high school. Apart from English language and literature and
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and he wondered how to deal with Esmero’s desire to realize value so soon. The FPI was organized in 1997 and is the umbrella organization of seafood supplier and restaurant. It intends to branch out to pig raising business. Its vision is to be the principal food provider in Asia in the next 30 years.
Seafood Supplier Searich Fishing Corp (SFC) is one of the companies owned by FPI that provides readyto-cook Tuna, Blue Marlin, Crabs, Lobsters, Shrimps and other seafood. The company is successfully supplying seafoods in most restaurants in Metro Manila. As such, international expansion began in 2005, realizing the greater demand in Japan, Thailand and South Korea for the seafoods. Reeling
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supply (OnePakistanNews, 2011). Also, water pressure may also be reduced, similar to Manila (GMA News, 2011). The general public may panic and stock up on bottled water, just lÂ¬Â¬Â¬ke Chinaâ€™s shortage in 2005 (Asia News, 2005). Water rationing orders may have to be issued if water consumption continues to far exceeds supply.
Current Responses and Constraints
It is evident that the Singapore government has implemented award winning measures (Wong, 2007), by focusing on campaigning, finding alternative sources of water and improving demand management (Pallett, n.d.).
Singapore has launched the magazine PURE (Loh, 2009) and a mascot named Water Wally (Channel News Asia, 2009). Major