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  • The Importance Of Filipino Food And Food In The Philippines

    They make sure that the food they serve and eat is not only affordable but also delicious that will really make you want to come back for more. The two favorite dishes of Pinoys and my favorite too are Adobo and Dinuguan. There are a lot of foods that I love to eat but these two are my most favorite among all of them. Adobo is a common dish in every household in the Philippines but was originated from Mexico. No list of Filipino food would be completed without this food. For a quick preview of how it is cooked, here is the video. Filipinos found that cooking meat in all the ingredients that Adobo dish has is just a practical way to preserve it without refrigeration. For those who haven’t eaten Adobo, it’s taste might depend on how a person wants it to taste like. Oftentimes, it has a balance taste of sweetness and saltiness. For the second dish, Dinuguan is known as the comforting dish for many Filipinos especially…

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  • The Importance Of Friends In Thailands

    I find it easier and more comfortable to be around the friends that I’ve made here in Thailand than those that I’ve made in the Philippines. I think it’s due to the fact that I grew up and spent more time with my friends here. (I. Amurao, personal communication, 10 December 2014) Paulo showed the opposite sentiments, however, when he said that he is still adjusting to making friends in Thailand, at the same time still feeling close to friends he had left behind in the Philippines. It was…

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  • Filipino Identity Essay

    During the rapid-research I choose to research about the Filipino Community in Los Angeles because I lived close to Chinatown. I was very involved with the Chinatown Business District and participated in many cultural events. The continued efforts to display and promote Chinese culture within the Chinese community serves as a constant reminder of their origins and identity. Historic Filipino-town district in Los Angeles, California was officially established by the city on August 2, 2002. The…

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  • Pinoy Henyo Analysis

    Daniel Antonio P. Recinto 2015-07058 Analysis of Pinoy Henyo Have you ever wondered or even tried to read someone’s mind? Actually, all people read minds everyday. Although it’s physically impossible to actually reach out into the minds of others, people tend to constantly guess until they reach their objective. And by doing so, people tend to look for hints or clues that would draw them nearer to the door of other people’s mind—or at least into what they are thinking. This is a frequent habit…

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  • Analysis Of What's Education For By Conrado De Quiros

    letter-writer, demanding to know what he had against caregivers and maids- to which de Quiros stated that he had nothing against maids or caregivers, but he disliked the fact that we (filipinos) had the attitude that we can only exist in survival mode and can’t opt to be better. He says that what he didn't want was an education system that produces standard entrants to cater to the export labor market. 2. Paragraph seven is a part of the composition’s body. It is written in a critical way,…

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  • Movie Analysis: Kita Kita

    loved totally undoubtedly. When you watched it really very interested and have moral lessons. Characters are very funny. Love is blind really when the heart is decided. The genre of the movie is good because everyone will relate which is romantic comedy that is timely for the teenagers especially those people who feel love. B.WEAKNESSES: The ending was ugly because Tonyo died they did not have happily ever after unlike the lovestory they had kathniel and jadine. It was a tragic ending for the…

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  • The Importance Of My Life

    I always admired how wide the scope is of what I can learn in a dynamic, ever-changing world where there is so much to learn, to explore, to observe and to cherish that one could run out of time just learning. I have always loved words bleeding into the print, as much as I find delight in crafting and interweaving words together to bring alive such descriptive, imaginative sensations that I can share with the people I love and those who enjoy the beauty of creativity. My music taste is as…

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  • Pixar: Movie Analysis

    "‘Inside Out,’ Pixar’s New Movie From Pete Docter, Goes Inside the Mind." The New York Times. The New York Times, 23 May 2015. Web. 15 Nov. 2015. Mottram, James. "Pete Docter Interview: Meet the Man behind Pixar's Monsters Inc, Up and Inside Out." The Independent. Independent Digital News and Media, 9 July 2015. Web. 15 Nov. 2015. Ong, Wyatt. "Meet Ronnie Del Carmen, Pinoy Co-director of Pixar Hit 'Inside Out'" Rappler. Rappler.com, 5 Aug. 2015. Web. 15 Nov.…

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  • Contradictions In Rolling The R's

    They emphasize that it doesn’t matter that Nelson “thinks” that his ethnicity is American, the truth is that his “real” ethnic identity is tied to his appearance. As Edgar states, “Windex your mirror cuz your reflection goin’ tell you you the best candidate for Mr. Pinoy-brown skin, yellow teeth, and no nose.” Soon after this remark is said, Mrs. Takemoto, the teacher steps in and quiets down the discussion in the classroom. What is interesting about this entire vignette is when Mrs. Takemoto…

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  • Eat Bulaga Case Study

    Chapter I. Introduction Background of the Study Eat Bulaga is a staple in noontime television for Filipinos. Staying on air for almost four decades, Eat Bulaga first aired on July 30, 1979, being the the longest running noontime variety show in the Philippines (Carvajal 2016). Eat Bulaga captured the tastes of the audience for entertainment and introduced a number of segments such as the iconic “Laban o Bawi,” “Pinoy Henoy,” “Little Miss Philippines,” “That’s My Boy,” “Teevee Babe,” “Mr. Pogi”…

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