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My short paper will focus on the Asia Pacific Region, specifically Chase Manhattan in the Philippines. In this short paper I will focus on the history, Politics, economics, business and social aspects that effect Chase Manhattan’s business relationship and future growth in the region. Many attributes effect the overall performance of a corporation especially when a division or part of the organization is offshore. Chase Manhattan works to positively support/influence these parts of Philippines’ infrastructure.
The economy in the Philippines has struggled significantly over the last 100 years due to heavy foreign debt. There is a large overseas workforce existing in the country that has
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The services of an employee who has been engaged on a probationary basis may be terminated for a just cause or when he fails to qualify as a regular employee in accordance with reasonable standards made known by the employer to the employee at the time of his engagement. An employee who is allowed to work after a probationary period shall be considered a regular employee.
Important Laws On Salaries And Wages
Wages System in the Philippines superseded the Magna Carta of Labor of the Philippines expressly enumerates a number of conditions and limitations with respect to payment of wages in the Philippines.
Forms of Payment
Time of Payment
Place of payment
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A Presentation to PICPA, 20 March 200
“THE NEW CODE OF ETHICS FOR CPA’s”
Atty. Eranio L. Punsalan
Chairman Ethics Board
Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants
PICPA New code of ethics for CPAs
y Atty. Eranio L. Punsalan
A Presentation to PICPA, 20 March 200
Agenda Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants in the Philippines Modifications to the IFAC Code to consider Philippine regulatory requirements and circumstances Contents of Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants in the Philippines
Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants in the Philippines
y Atty. Eranio L. Punsalan
A Presentation to PICPA, 20 March 200
Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants in
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10 Best Summer Places in the Philippines
By: Magiel Boncayao
It’s more fun in the Philippines this summer. We are all ready for some summer fun. This is the season where we are looking for some adventure and exploration. In summer people leave the city and find somewhere far where they can relax their body and mind. So I’m giving some tips in beautiful summer places where you can go and have fun.
first stop is known as Fire Island to people who visit the place, Camiguin’s fantastic seascapes and landscapes have always made it the perfect choice for filming local movies. Enjoying laid-back country life, people who visit this place can’t help but make
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communities, in work, in school, and even in countries too! Yes I did say the C-word. Country it is, so if it is all about looking for the best among the rest, this I tell you, Philippines has it, a splendid masterpiece encouraging not only tourists but also future foreign retirees. There is no need to doubt or think twice in choosing Philippines. Now for the inquisition: what do Philippines have that retirees should choose it? What are the benefits they are to gain here? These will be the top questions on the list. Well I assure you, even just a glimpse of the archipelago will tell the answer and decisions will bring no regrets.
A tropical country rich in natural, human, and man-made
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Motherboard, Motherboard Contents and Its Functions
Motherboard is a also one of the important parts of the CPU. It is a Main Circuit board. Motherboard connects all the parts of CPU. Motherboard Consist of Processor Socket, RAM slots, PCI slots, AGP slot, IDE connectors and Ports.
Mecury 845 Chipset Motherboard |
Every motherboard has connectors and slots to connect all the remaining parts of CPU. here the list of all the slot and connector of motherboard.
* CPU Socket
* North Bridge
* South Bridge
* RAM Slots
* AGP Slot
* PCI Slots
* CNR Slot
* Floppy Connector
* Primary and Secondary IDE Connectors
* SATA connectors
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financially and morally on working on this research paper; their professor, Ms. April DopeÃ±o, for guiding them on precise ways to accomplish this research paper and unselfishly sharing with them her knowledge to be applied in their study; all of the officers of National Library of the Philippines and tourism department of Manila City Hall that the researchers conversed with, for willingly accepting their request of conducting an interview with them, patiently telling the data that the researchers would like to gather, and being willing to spend ample time to answer their questions with regard to their study, and lastly, the electronic resources, such as EBSCOhost, National Library of the Philippines
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RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY I
Professor: Fr. Dave Capucao
“A CRITICAL ASSESMENT OF RELIGION TODAY IN THE PHILIPPINES: REALITY AND CHALLENGES; WEAKNESSES AND OPPURTUNITIES”
Religion is humanity’s way to be in connection with the divine. It can be traced centuries ago. In the Philippines, religion existed already during pre-colonialization. However it was only during the colonialization period that religion becomes a power to reckon and established its significance to the Filipino people regularly.
Today our country has been open to any religious practices. In a recent statistics Roman Catholic is the most numbered among other religious practices. More than eighty percent
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Begin your journey at the shoreline of Lake Michigan, through which you take a quick elevator ride and end up on the sandy shores of Apo Island in the Philippines.Just kidding! You are actually in the mystical John G. Shedd Aquarium exhibit, which encapsulate the vivid sounds, attractions, and atmosphere of Apo Island. This all is the "Wild Reef," which will be a permanent exhibit. It is the 12th largest in the world.There are more than 150 different species of fish. Visitors may dive into the 400,000 gallon tank consisting of at least 25 sharks. The water in the tank is a dark blue for the effect of deep sea and it has sound effects. Across from the shark exhibit is the stingray exhibit
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Introduction of gypsum
gypsum is usually a light making materials, and that is typically made of gypsum powder and liner paper.Mixed with little level of starch,white latex, agglomerant,vesicant and water.It's many added benefits like light, fireproof, shockproof,heat preservation and so forth. Additionally, it might be minimize, drilled, dig in the method of building at will with comfort and excellent decorative impact. On top of that, it may well also enlarge the useful area of building.
Various kinds of crushers are used in the stone crushing market this kind of as Iron Ore Secondary Crushing Equipment, jaw crushers, roller crushers, cone crushers, impact crusher, hammer crusher
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AN EVALUATION ON THE SOCIO ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF SOLAR LIGHTING USERS TO DETERMINE THE MARKET SEGMENT FOR SOLAR PRODUCTS AS A BASIS FOR EXPANSION
A PAPER ON DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
Submitted to; Dean Agnes Rola In fulfillment of the requirements for PAF 203 2nd sem 2011-2012 University of the Philippines College of Public Affairs
CLARISSA M. DIMACULANGAN March, 2012
I. Introduction In the Philippines, until today, some remote parts of the country do not have access to electricity. According to DOE, twenty two percent (22%) in the Philippines as of the moment is still unelectrified (Table 1). This can be attributed to scattered areas in the Philippines, thereby leaving the
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Mozart was a great musician/composer. He probably is the greatest composer who ever lived. I never realized the extent of his prominence until I watched the movie on his life. He was full of such great talent. He was able to come up with beautiful music from thin air. He could memorize and play any tune after hearing it just once without even seeing the notes on paper. Mozart, however, was only human and he had a lot of flaws under his belt. He was a womanizer, a drunkard, and an addict. He had the potential to exceed his own abilities but his flaws got the best of him.He failed to do his job well for the Cardinal because of his horsing around with his future wife. He was already engaged yet
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Topic: Disproving Grafton Eliot Smith’s hyperdiffusionism through Philippine archaeology and history.
A. Grafton Elliot Smith’s hyperdiffusionism
1. Grafton Elliot Smith’s background
2. Definition of Hyperdiffusionism
B. The Philippines as a melting pot of cultures
C. FTS: The influences of the Hindu, Chinese, Spanish and American are evident factors that
negate the validity of Smith’s hyperdiffusionism.
A. Evidence of influence from various cultures as seen through the development of the
1. Proof of Indian-Sumatran influence in the Philippines by the Kingdom of Sri
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Excavation in archeological sites proved that during the prehistoric times, Philippines native Negritos came in contact with Malays and Indonesians who left their ancestral home in Southeast Asia by crossing the seas in their sailboats and settling in the Philippine archipelago. Inter-racial marriages took place and out of these emerged the Filipino people.
The population of the Philippines was small when the Spanish arrived in 1521. Starting in the eighth or ninth century, trade between Chinese and the Philippines had already been established. Many Filipino traditions, religious concepts and terms, legends, and artistic elements are of Hindu and Indian origin. Writing found on certain
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The Issue with the Philippines
Though nobody could have every anticipated the Spanish â€œattackâ€ on the American warship, this event became the pivotal turning point of the war between the United States and Spain. On February 15, 1898, Spain â€œattackedâ€ the U.S.S. Maine, which became the driving force for the Americansâ€™ intervention of Spainâ€™s occupation in Cuba. Though this attack is now deduced as actually a way to blame Spain for a coincidental accident, it is still debated if the U.S. anticipated conquering the Philippines, and how this eventually occurred.
In short, the Americans did, from the start, express an interest in seizing the Philippines. Theodore Roosevelt
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WINNING THE STRUGGLE AGAINST CHINA
In a military war, the Philippines does not stand a chance against China. In a word war, the odds are reversed. To win the struggle over disputed territories against China, it is pivotal therefore, that the Philippine government and Filipinos hammer on the merits of its claims.
On April 2012, the Philippines bowed down to China’s military supremacy. On April 10, Filipino sailors were prevented by Chinese ships from arresting Chinese fishermen discovered poaching corals and endangered species in Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal, located 124 nautical miles (M) off Zambales and over 550 M from China’s nearest port. A stand-off occurred but eventually the
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The Spanish American War started in 1898 and lasted about four months. Although the war might have seemed focused on freeing Cuba from Spain and gaining independence for Cuba and the Philippines, it was actually stimulated by nationalism and commercialism. Commercialism was a major factor when declaring war because the United States depended on Cuba and the Philippines for trade and business with other countries, especially in Asia and Latin America. Another major factor for the war was that the United States wanted to spread its Anglo-Saxon culture around the world and emerge as a world-wide power. Other minor motives for the war include the United States coming to the aid of the Cubans in
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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITY-URDANETA, SAINT LOUIS COLLEGE, SAINT
LOUIS UNIVERSITY-BAGUIO, UNIVERSITY OF LUZON, UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS, UNIVERSITY OF THE NORTHERN PHILIPPINES. |A-1B| ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY-ILIGAN, SAINT
MARYâ€™S UNIVERSITY-BAYOMBONG, UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LOUIS-TUGUEGARAO, UNIVERSITY OF LA SALETTE-SANTIAGO. |A-2A| BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY, NUEVA ECIJA UNIVERSITY OF
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. |A-2B| BATAAN PENINSULA STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBAN COLLEGE, DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY, HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY,
TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF THE ASSUMPTION. |A-3 | CENTRAL COLLEGES OF THE PHILIPPINES
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Philippines, having been an archipelago, have not become a hindrance towards having a single values system throughout the country. In whatever part of the country you may be, one will find the same hospitality that the Filipinos are known for as well as many other values that have originated from our forefathers.
The values of Filipinos have been looked upon by foreigners as a weakness instead of strength due to the nature of how they may be abused and manipulated due to these values. But values are what make up a certain nation both in growth and unity. Some may see that Filipino values as a hindrance to the growth of the country and yet others may say that his is what
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The Famous Chicken Adobo:
A Filipino Tradition
MiraCosta Community College
Adobo is a very popular cooking process indigenous to the Philippines. The most famous dish is the chicken adobo. As the local saying goes, Philippine food was prepared by Malay settlers, spiced by the Chinese, stewed by the Spanish and hamburgerized by the Americans. Adobo is all but the last (Fare of the Country; Adobo: Spicy Stew of the Philippines,1986, para. 3). But the Spanish is the major influence in Filipino cuisines. Adobo is a Spanish word meaning marinade or seasoning. There are many cultures that have their own variation of adobo from the Spanish, Puerto Ricans, Malaysians, and
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IMF reiterates need for PHL to scale up critical infrastructure build-up
by Bianca Cuaresma - March 1, 2016
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said while the Philippines has yet to catch up with peers in the region in both quality and quantity of infrastructure, the $285-billion economy should benefit later on from on-going projects and programs meant to bridge the gaping infrastructure gap.
In a paper published on Tuesday, the IMF stressed the need for the Philippines to scale up lacklustre investments for public infrastructures long understood to have hobbled its potential to expand over a long horizon and on sustainable basis.
“This paper studied the macroeconomic implications
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In Our Image: A Reflection
After the 9/11 Terror Attack, the United States decided to launch a “war against terror”. Allied countries such as Britain at once joined the US in this war. Halfway around the world, the Philippines too, joined the US in this war. Truly, the Philippines is a loyal ally of the United States. It is funny though that looking back around a hundred years ago, these two forces were fighting against each other in very brutal war.
The Phil-American war was definitely a very bloody war. The Filipinos, who just recently freed themselves from the Spanish now faces a new invader, who once disguised as a friend and ally. It was a very brutal war. A lot of lives were
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Spanish Expeditions to the Philippines
The Magellan Expedition
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Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese in the service of the Spanish crown, was looking for a westward route to the to the Spice Islands of Indonesia. On March 16, 1521, Magellan's expedition landed on Homonhon island in the Philippines. He was the first European to reach the islands. Rajah Humabon of Cebu was friendly with Magellan and embraced Christianity, but their enemy, Lapu-Lapu was not. Humabon wanted Magellan to kill Lapu-Lapu while Magellan wanted to convert Lapu-Lapu into Christianity. On April 17, 1521, Magellan sailed to Mactan and ensuing battle killed Magellan by the natives lead by Lapu-Lapu. Out of
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POPULATION EXPLOSION: A Threat and A Challenge to All Filipinos
ANDEA, ISIDRO JR B.
KABACAN WESLEYAN ACADEMY- KABACAN, NORTH COTABATO
ABC EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER
There are 7.2 billion people currently living in the world today. Each country has its own way of standing on its own, and relying on its economy. The Philippines is one example that relies on its natural resources and exporting products abroad. But, as the years go by, the growth of the country’s population is increasing rapidly and affecting the economical and environmental aspects of the country. The government continually thrives on coinciding our resources with the growing population. Thus, a question arises
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MEDC, so they didn't suffer as much as LEDC. Volcanic eruption in LEDC such as Philippines has a bigger damage on the country. When Mt. Pinatubo erupts Philippines will have a major problem. Since the United States is an MEDC they supply things such as food faster than the Philippines. They'll also be faster in fixing phone lines and electric supply. The United States will also be faster dealing with the problems since they have supplies unlike the Philippines. LEDC will suffer more from volcanic eruptions since they don't have enough supplies.
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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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Creating a Central Bank for the Philippines A group of Filipinos had conceptualized a central bank for the Philippines as early as 1933. It came up with the rudiments of a bill for the establishment of a central bank for the country after a careful study of the economic provisions of the Hare-Hawes Cutting bill, the Philippine independence bill approved by the US Congress.During the Commonwealth period (1935-1941), the discussion about a Philippine central bank that would promote price stability and economic growth continued. The country’s monetary system then was administered by the Department of Finance and the National Treasury. The Philippines was on the exchange standard using the US
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Private banking institution
The Philippines has a comprehensive banking system encompassing various types of banks, from large universal banks to small rural banks and even non-banks. As at 17 February 2014, there were 36 universal and commercial banks, 71 thrift banks, 533 rural banks, 40 credit unions and 6,267 non-banks with quasi-banking functions, all licensed with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Central Bank of the Philippines) under Republic Act No. 8791, also known as the General Banking Act of 2000.
On top of regular banking services offered by universal, commercial, thrift and rural banks, there are savings and loans association which are mainly based in communities and
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Lyceum of the Philippines University
College of International Tourism and Hospitality Management
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ANN MARLITA MONTEJO-AREVALO DR. RENATO F. DE LEMON
MAED Educational Management Professorial Lecturer
September 4, 2010 EM 201
A REACTION PAPER on
“Education Is Not The Hope”
The essay, “Education Is Not The Hope,” by Jose Ma. Montelibano is a paradoxical elucidation of education and its impact on a struggling Philippines.
Contrary to received opinion, that education is the hope for a people or a nation to develop, Montelibano explains that education particularly in the Philippines cannot offer hope simply because
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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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PHILIPPINE LAW JOURNAC
VOLUME 55 MARCH, 1980 FIRST QUARTER
PHILIPPINE LAW JOURNAL
EXECUTIVE LEGISLATION: THE PIDLIPPINE EXPERIENCE
Irene R. Cortes
SOME ROLE/FUNCTIONS IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Alfredo F. Tadiar
THE PATRIARCHAL TREATMENT OF RAPE ACROSS CULTURES
Laurie A. Ajdukovich
PROVISIONAL PERMITS: A CRITICAL REVIEW
Rogelio E. Subong
COMMENT BOOK REVIEW
COLLEGE OF LAW
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHIUPPINES
PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
BOARD OF REGENTS
MINISTER OF EDUCATION AND CULTURE, Chairman PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY, Vice-Chairman REGENT EMIL Q. JAVIER REGENT FLORENTINO B. HERRERA, JR
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footprint, support active, healthy living, create a safe, inclusive work environment for our associates, and enhance the economic development of the communities where we operate. Together with our bottling partners, we rank among the world's top 10 private employers with more than 700,000 system associates.
This company is confronted with a great deal of challenges and opportunities. Being part of the social order and society expects, we are encouraged to improve our business practices in ways that respect ethical values, people, communities and the environment.
II. The CSR of the Company/Business
The Coca-Cola Philippines Company announced on November 15, 2013 that the Coca
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BIOGRAPHY OF JOSE PACIANO LAUREL
José Paciano Laurel ý García (March 9, 1891 – November 6, 1959) was the president of the Republic of the Philippines, a Japanese-sponsored administration during World War II, from 1943 to 1945. Since the administration of President Diosdado Macapagal (1961–1965), Laurel has been recognized as a legitimate president of the Philippines. José Paciano Laurel was born on March 9, 1891 in the town ofTanauan, Batangas. His parents were Sotero Laurel, Sr. andJacoba García. His father had been an official in the revolutionary government of Emilio Aguinaldo and a signatory to the 1898 Malolos Constitution.While a teen, Laurel was indicted for attempted murder when he
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over a few countries and it was impressive how things were different in various cases.
The United States acquired the nations of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines form Spain in a trade to attempt to keep pace with the rest of the westernized nations of the world, or the European powers. Having to feel a need to still prove that the United States was just as strong as other nations, imperialism and colonialism were seen as passive was to establish the stability of the United States to the rest of the world. It seemed that most Americans during the 19th century were supportive of American Imperialism in order to show the strength of the United States as a new nations, but having control
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good way to accomplish that is to create a community description -- a record of your exploration and findings. It's a good way to gain a comprehensive overview of the community -- what it is now, what it's been in the past, and what it could be in the future. In this section, we'll discuss how you might approach examining the community in some detail and setting down your findings in a community description
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Really it's an good matter to think. The way is also know everyone, but tell me one thing how many people should go for it. When every Filipinos is happy, then Philippines will happy. When no one sleeps with hunger, then Philippines will happy. When we all respect
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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in the Philippines have a distinctive culture but limited legal rights. Gays and lesbians are generally tolerated, if not accepted, within Filipino society, but there is still widespread discrimination. The most visible members of the Filipino LGBT culture, the Bakla, are a distinct group in the Philippines.
According to the 2002 Young Adult fertility and Sexuality Survey, 11% of sexually active Filipinos between the ages of 15 and 24 have had sex with someone of the same sex.
Filipino poet and critic Lilia Quindoza Santiago has speculated that Filipino culture may have a more
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Table of Contents
I. Introduction 1
II. Objectives 1
Philippines Demographics 1
Factors that Affect Population Growth 2
Advantages and Disadvantages of Large/Small Population 3
Population Control 5 How can we curb population growth? 6
IV. Conclusion 6
V. Generalization 7
VI. References 7
VII. Glossary 8
*words in red font color contain definitions on the glossary
VIII. Pictures and Figures 9
Our Lady of the Pillar Catholic School, Inc.
F. Tirona St., Poblacion 2 - A Imus, Cavite 4103
Jomari Alejandro III A. Herrera
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Indian BPOs—Waking Up to the Philippines Opportunity?
Since the mid-1990s, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) firms have been one of the largest job, creators in India, redefining pay scales and the work environment for many young Indians. The sector witnessed a flurry of activity in 2004–05, with many multinational companies (MNCs) and Indian companies increasing operations and therefore their hiring numbers. A number of mergers
and acquisitions within the sector also signified maturity and consolidation for the industry. The number of captive and third party service providers added up to about 400 companies in the Indian BPO sector. According to industry experts, an
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Case Study: The puzzle of the Filipino Laborer: Pinoys most preferred labor force abroad, but productivity in RP Low
To be able to solve the puzzle, I would like to look at Pinoy as a product. And I would like to treat the Republic of the Philippines, Head of Department Education as the Operation Manager (OM).
The objective of the operation manager is to be able to develop set of activities that creates value in the form of goods and service by transforming inputs and outputs. Now in order for the operations manager to achieve its purpose OM has to look and define where the government would like to focus?
Differentiation, rapid response or low costs and then OM needs to check the 10
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The Philippines is a country located in the heat of Southeast Asia. It is composed of 7,107 islands, with the three main islands being Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. The Phillipines has a population of over 50 million which is unevenly distributed to these larger islands based on economic opportunities and the history of the islands. They speak mostly English in the Philippines but they also speak Pilipino and Spanish. Filipinos are some of the most outgoing individuals that you will ever meet. They are made up of several different races including Malay, Chinese, Spanish, Indian and American. Their culture is a blend of all of these races coming together in one country. According to
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People Power" redirects here. For current and former political parties, see People Power Party (disambiguation).
"EDSA Revolution" redirects here. For other uses, see EDSA Revolution (disambiguation).
The People Power Revolution (also known as the EDSA Revolution, thePhilippine Revolution of 1986, and the Yellow Revolution) was a series of popular demonstrations in the Philippines that began in 1983 and culminated in 1986. The methods used amounted to a sustained campaign of civil resistanceagainst regime violence and electoral fraud. This case of nonviolent revolutionled to the departure of President Ferdinand Marcos and the restoration of the country's democracy. It is also referred to
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Top 3 Local Companies with best CSR:
1. San Miguel Corporation
2. Nestle PH
3. Isuzu PH
San Miguel Corporation
San Miguel Corporation is the largest publicly listed food, beverage and packaging company in the Philippines. It has been in the industry since 1890being founded by Don Enrique Maria Baretto. Since then, the SMC ensure that its strategy, organizational structure and processes, and external relationships were adequate to confront the expected threats and to capitalize on the opportunities facing it domestically and internationally.
Overview of the industry-
a. market size and growth
San Miguel Corporation has a sizable
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futureâ€. But these children donâ€™t even have futures of their own. How can they carry the weight of the next generationâ€™s hope for a better tomorrow? They themselves donâ€™t even have a better tomorrow.
In the Philippines, only a mere 3% of the children who get elementary education are eligible to move on to high school education. In the Philippines, more than 20 million students will troop to elementary schools and face an astounding 80,000-classroom shortage. In the Philippines, there is a 50,000 public school teacher shortage. It is not just an opinion that the education in the Philippines has dramatically dropped from its once great education system, ranking somewhere around 45 out
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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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month. With the addition of high schools – there are approximately 22,000 in the U.S., Facebook’s target market increases substantially. And more “tens of thousands” of high school students have joined since the functionality since it was launched. While In the Philippines alone the statistic almost reaches an approximate 30 million users. An article from Rappler, (LIFE & STYLE, 06/20/2012) stated that it has been said about the Philippines being among the top social media countries in the world. It is indeed a social and hyperconnected world and the statistics bear this out. The latest data from SocialBakers shows that almost one out of every 4 Filipinos has a Facebook account. As of this
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ship’s powder rooms. The government could no longer ignore the American people. The new president, McKinley, asked congress to declare war on Cuba and, with the wealthy investors goading them on, congress quickly responded. When it came time to test Spain’s navy there were doubts; however, one of the most important reasons for bringing America out of its isolationism was the sobering reality that England had drastically improved its navy. The race to keep up had revitalized the American fighting spirit, and our navy, though small, was new and included the latest nautical innovations. Thus, when it came time to battle the much-decayed Spanish fleet stationed in the Philippines, America had a
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Corazon Cojuangco - Aquino
Maria Corazon Sumulong Cojuangco-Aquino (January 25, 1933 – August 1, 2009) was the 11th President of the Philippines and the first woman to hold that office in Philippine history. She is best remembered for leading the 1986 People Power Revolution, which toppled Ferdinand Marcos and restored democracy in the Philippines. She is considered an icon of democracy, and was titled by TIME Magazine in 1986 as its 'Woman of the Year'.
A self-proclaimed "plain housewife", Aquino was married to Senator Benigno Aquino, Jr., the staunchest critic of then President Ferdinand Marcos. Senator Aquino was assassinated on August 21, 1983 upon returning to the Philippines
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Father: How much do you love me?
Youngest Daughter: I love you as a daughter should love a father, and I need you as the food needs salt.
Father: That´s all? Well, I will divide my kingdom between your two sisters and you will receive nothing.
Youngest Daughter: (crying) I don´t know how to express myself as you do, but I love our father as much as you do. And I know that you must be very happy right