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Education of Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines vis-à-vis ASEAN Community
2 years ago

Education of Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines vis-à-vis ASEAN Community

The realities and challenges of globalization necessitated ASEAN to forward a more internationally recognized system of higher education that hopes to entail a more potent instrument to combat extreme poverty, …
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El Nido, a Bruneian’s first Love in the Philippines
2 years ago

El Nido, a Bruneian’s first Love in the Philippines

Like many Bruneians or other foreign travelers, upon hearing the word beach and Philippines, our mind instantly wanders to the sight of the beaches of Boracay, one of the famous …
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One ASEAN: Southeast Asia and its Common Symbols
2 years ago

One ASEAN: Southeast Asia and its Common Symbols

This article will discuss the lectures that were given last November 12, 2015 in a public forum, “In Search of Common Symbols in Southeast Asia: Rediscovering Precolonial Cultural Heritage and …
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ASEAN Symbols: Traditional Tattoos
2 years ago

ASEAN Symbols: Traditional Tattoos

Eyes rolling. Air of disapproval. Tattoos are normally frowned upon. Not everyone appreciates body art. There still exist misconstructions about donning inks on the epidermis. However, for different indigenous groups …
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Towards an Integrated Bloc: The Philippines and ASEAN Community 2015
3 years ago

Towards an Integrated Bloc: The Philippines and ASEAN Community 2015

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was founded on August 8, 1967 by the determinations of five countries—Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, and the Philippines. The following decades saw more …
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THE ANCIENT AND THE MODERN: City of Baguio
3 years ago

THE ANCIENT AND THE MODERN: City of Baguio

Come the summer months of March, April, and May, locals and visitors go to the city of Baguio to escape the heat that permeates the lowlands. Officially designated as the …
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CALERUEGA, PHILIPPINES: CLOSE TO NATURE, CLOSER TO GOD
3 years ago

CALERUEGA, PHILIPPINES: CLOSE TO NATURE, CLOSER TO GOD

Due to this fast-paced world, where people are caught up in too much work just to survive, people often forget to give themselves a break and relax for a moment. …
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Filipino Dampa: A Seafood Dining Adventure
3 years ago

Filipino Dampa: A Seafood Dining Adventure

The Philippines, resting its land on the Pacific and comprised of more than 7 100 islands, has a fishing industry that can undoubtedly satisfy your seafood frenzy. While you can …
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Korea’s global involvement through KOICA
3 years ago

Korea’s global involvement through KOICA

Every year since 2010, KOICA (Korea International Cooperation Agency) and Korea’s Institute of Justice cooperates to gather a certain number of immigration officers from different countries to participate in their …
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Philippine Summer Series
3 years ago

Philippine Summer Series

Boracay, The 24/7 Island

Philippines’ 24/7 Island is a title that only aptly describes Boracay. This tropical island is internationally renowned for its tranquil days and wild sleepless nights. Once …
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