These new markets reached all around the globe, providing products that were only found in the Philippines. Wanting peace to end the war is another similarity that was shared. The fighting of the Spanish-American war had taken a great toll on both of the nations, so “a peace treaty was signed between the United States and Spain which officially turned over to the United States the islands of Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines” (“The Philippines Ends Its Uprising”). One last similarity that was shared is that both nations provoked an uprising from the native Filipinos because all that they wanted was their independence. Americans and Spaniards alike fought through war and suffering trying to keep control over the Philippines.
Although the progress made is unarguable, there is another side of the world that is not as pleasant. In the world we live in there is more than 3 billion people have to survive with less than $2.50 a day. Even worse, approximately 1 billion people live on less than $1 a day, which is below the World Bank’s $2 a day poverty line. The horrific fact of the matter is that over 800 million people go to bed with empty stomachs every night, 300 million of which are children. As a result, each year 6 million children die from malnutrition before their fifth birthday.
NO. According to recent research in US by the National Office of Statistics, one in five people will go a whole week without speaking to anyone, and one in ten people spending up to a month without any human connection. The World Health Organisation has rated “LONELINESS” as a higher risk to health than than anything else. Good morning madam/master toastmaster, fellow toastmasters and friends. Loneliness is something that is very often misunderstoood and most people arent aware of its effects, let me help educate you on that A neighbor of mine was taken to hospital in middle of the night.
McKinley wished to grant the Filipinos the freedom of self-government, but also knew that such a gift could be used against the American people in the war-prone world that they lived in. Instead, McKinley sought to annex the islands in order to help advance the Filipinos into a self-government when they were ready for the responsibility. At the same time, McKinley realized the strategic value the islands possessed in terms of military positioning around the world. These two reasons were the deciding factor McKinley needed in choosing his plan of action with the islands. Emilio Aguinaldo, however, disagreed with Mckinley's views.
“Tangkilikin ang sariling atin.” is a cliché heard quite often, but not lived by. Such is true with one of the undesirable attitude of the Filipinos which is colonial mentality. Royeca (2010) defined colonial mentality as the preference for all things foreign over our own. It is a widespread disease of Filipinos that should be healed. First, it is a burden and a barrier for the progress of the Philippine economy.
Implementing CHED memo will cause over 10,000 full time and 20,000 part-time Filipino professors to lose their jobs or get less income. This estimation is based on the data given by the National Statistical Coordination Board, which stated that 3,317,530 students enrolled in the higher education for school year 2012-2013 . (cited in GMA News Online) apparently, there are many colleges all over the Philippines and basically many are teaching Filipino subjects for years and others even took masters for it. And here comes the new memorandum of Ched, putting all their hard work in trash. According to San Juan, 10,290 full-time instructors were needed to teach Filipino in the tertiary level for S.Y.
Jeffrey D. Desipolo October 27, 2016 KAS 308 Professor Rowena Q. Bailon, Ph.D. The outbreak of the Philippine-American war startled different aspect of Hispano-Filipino society that even manifested in the literary scene of the time. Some of the known Filipino poets, authors and essayist were nationalistic in their own terms and part of Aguinaldo’s team in waging war with the new enemy. Examples of these men are Cecilio Apostol, Jose Palma, Jesus Balmori, Fernando Ma. Guerrero, Claro M. Recto and alike.
He is promoting on having a federalist government because he is expecting that even the regional leaders can lead their constituencies properly. According to the citizen of the Philippines, “One of the reason, why Duterte is the right leader for the Philippines is because of the voters choice, He is the choice of many Filipino people because they idolize the way on how Mayor Duterte is leading the Davao City. Unfortunately, graft and corruption is just one of the social issues that need to be addressed. Crime prevention, dismantling of drug syndicates, strict implementation of laws, and excessive political will are also
Nationalism, which is defined as “devotion to one 's nation” or “a policy of national independence” by The Shorter Oxford English Dictionary on Historical Principles, is now often regarded as its extreme or radical form: ultranationalism ("nationalism"). Though this may the case in other countries such as the United States of America, Russia, or France, this should not be feared in the Philippines since this is hardly the case in our country. Moreover, nationalism should be aspired and pursued by Filipinos. Now that the country wishes to become more involved with international affairs, it is now more crucial to develop the Filipinos ' sense of nationalism. Before the Philippines attempts to internationalize or globalize itself as it did by joining in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Economic Community 2015 and forcing itself into the global community, the country must first strengthen its people 's national identity in order to be prepared for internationalization, because to be globally
The CHED’s Policy, Planning, Research and Information Office sees almost half a million or 497,000 students taking the nursing course in the school year 2008-2009 (manilatimes.com). While many countries in the world are experiencing nursing shortage, the Philippines appear to have an oversupply of nurses. The Officer-in-Charge of the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), Commissioner Ruth R. Padilla, revealed that the country has an oversupply of 400,000 licensed nurses and that the hospitals can only accommodate 60,000 nursing positions (Jaymalin, 2008). Padilla also pointed out that the country yearly produces 100,000 licensed nurses; however, no additional positions are created in the government and private hospitals nationwide. The recent board exam of November 2008 revealed additional 39,000 new registered nurses (PDI Inventory of nurses cited in Lorenzo 2008).