Metro Manila

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  • Traffic Increase In Metro Manila

    Over the past years, traffic congestion has become a serious problem in Metro Manila, specifically the Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA). This results in loss of travel time, and huge economic and societal costs. "Traffic in the capital and its surroundings is already costing the country about P3 billion ($64 million) a day, or about 0.8% of gross domestic product, according to government figures" (Presse, 2016). The demand for transportation infrastracture has increased because they asociate the traffic congestion to motorization and the diffusion of the automobile. Athough, the amount of the transportation infrastructure in Metro Manila has often not been able to keep up with the growth of mobility. The EDSA 's carrying capacity…

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  • History Of Metro Manila

    Metro Manila is also known, as Metropolitan Manila is the national capital region of the Philippine. Metro Manila is an area where many tourists visit with their Mall of Asia and other tourist attraction. Metro Manila is the largest urban city in the Philippines with Americanize materials. In the Metro Manila filmed by Sean Ellis, it touched base on a poor man named Oscar Ramirez and his family who struggle to make a living in Banaue Province, Philippines and moved to Manila for a better life…

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  • Importance Of Lifestyle In The Philippines

    Philippine lifestyle and Philippine most beautiful island One of the most beautiful places in the Philippines and in the world is El Nido, Palawan. El Nido is made up of about 45 small tropical islands about 1 hour and 35 minutes flight time from Manilla. The quickest route to El Nido is to fly direct from Manilla into El Nido airport. El Nido is on of the most beautiful, natural and magical places in the world. It is surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches with clear warm tropical waters.…

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  • Prisoner's Dilemma Research Paper

    This may appear to be a minor issue in America, but in Metro-Manila, the central city of the Philippines, the traffic is unbelievably horrendous: crowdedness of all types of vehicles, narrowed structure of the streets, and the great lack of discipline from the drivers. What makes matters worse is that the city of Manila is heavily overpopulated. Due to the fact that Philippines is a tropical nation, there are reoccurring rain storms and hurricanes that cause floods within the city. This is a…

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  • Did Rizal Supported The 1896 Philippine Revolution Of Bonifacio Case Study

    1. Did Rizal supported the 1896 Philippine Revolution of bonifacio? Why or why not? - I don’t think he did. If I were to tell based on what I understand in his point of view, he don’t want Filipinos to revolt yet, because he knew that this will not succeed. But on the other hand, I think that he supported it on his own ways. He wanted Filipinos to be free, one of the reason why he build the group “La liga Filipina, it’s because he wanted too, to revolt but I think he is still waiting for the…

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  • Importance Of Mayor Duterte In The Philippines

    the Philippines rich, clean and safe. We all know the Cıty of Davao is what they have today. Who was the leader on that city? No other than Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, his platform that we all know that it will have changes and it can help us to improve our country. Examples, explanations, authority’s opinions, statistics to clarify the topic sentence According to Rig Man (2015), Many Filipinos want to experience a Davao-like country. We all know there are also Filipinos who want to experience…

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  • Isang Tikbalang Ka Lang Analysis

    ISANG TIKBALANG KA LANG: A CRITIQUE PAPER By: Izelle Josef Li of ABM 11 This paper critiques the short story, titled “Isang Tikbalang Ka Lang,” from the book “Wag Lang Di Makaraos” by Filipino writer, Eros S. Atalia. Atalia grew up in Cavite City. He got his Bachelor’s Degree on Secondary Education major in Filipino at the Philippine Normal University in 1996 and got his Master’s Degree on Arts in Language and Literature at De La Salle University – Manila in 2008. His poem “Maririing Tusok…

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  • Looking Into The Preface By William Henry Scott

    a Looking into the Preface or the introductory section of the book, what was/were the author's objective/s in writing the book and did he achieve that/those objective/s? The objective of William Henry Scott in writing the book was to answer the question: What did the Spaniards actually say about the Filipino People when they first met them? This question led him to provide answers and details about the recurring systems on the Philippine culture before the colonial period that will surely give…

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  • Historic Filipinotown

    Understanding the patterns of immigration contributes to our conceptualization of place as a site of action and agency (amerasia journal). The first immigration wave happened while the Philippine islands still belonged to Spain and Manila galleons would stop by the United States for trade purposes in the 1860s. Some Filipinos ended up staying in the United States, but their numbers were too few to maintain a place and retain memories. The second immigration wave, also known as the manong…

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  • Sonnet 73 Poetry Analysis

    The importance of nature in Shakespearian poetry is certainly used as a reflection of the speaker’s inner feelings. Sonnet ‘73’ by William Shakespeare takes us on a journey demonstrating the artistry of the natural world. The sonnet is written in iambic pentameter with a rhyme scheme of abab, cdcd, efef, gg. It is divided into three quatrains that each use literal nature to metaphorically explore the impact of ageing and death. Shakespeare engages the readers through the metaphoric use of…

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