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  • Journey In The Philippines : My Journey Through The Phillipines

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    Journey Through the Phillipines I have always been interested in my heritage, thus I do my best to indulge myself in the culture of the Philippines. As a result, my pilgrimage will take place in the Philippines, but not just to go and see the sights and enjoy the food, but to find a rainbow Eucalyptus tree, “The tree is the only Eucalyptus species found naturally in the northern hemisphere. And yes, it's also native in the Philippines, but it’s not found solely in that part of the country, but in

  • Dbq : Was Magellan Worth Defending?

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    DBQ: Was Magellan Worth Defending? 1519: a Spanish armada of five ships set sail that would soon be the first to circumnavigate the globe. Their captain, a Portuguese noble, was an accomplished student of cartography and astronomy. Europe’s cravings for spices sent Columbus to Asia, and into the barrier that was the Americas. Magellan’s expedition sought to find a way through, on a mission to bring a new trade route and immense wealth to Spain. Through the crew’s starvation, two mutinies against

  • My Journey In The Philippines

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    I have always been interested in my heritage, thus I do my best to indulge myself in the culture of the Philippines here in The United States to the best of my ability. As a result, my pilgrimage will take place in the Philippines, but not just to go and see the sights and enjoy the food, but to find a rainbow Eucalyptus tree, “The tree is the only Eucalyptus species found naturally in the northern hemisphere. And yes, it's also native in the Philippines, but it’s not found solely in that part of

  • The Journal Of Antonio Pigafetta

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    Introduction “The more you know about the past, the better prepared you are for the future.” This is a quote by Theodore Roosevelt that speaks about a certain truth about History, the past. People tend to think that history is of no importance, but what they don’t know is that the past plays a certain role in shaping the present and the future. When I was assigned to write a paper about the Philippine’s history during the Spanish colonization, I was determined to find a topic that greatly influenced

  • Importance Of Culture In The Philippines

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    The Philippines is a vibrant nation full of life and color but what makes the Philippines stand out above the rest is the culture that defines it. In Kim Zimmerman’s article “What is Culture,” she defines culture as “characteristics and knowledge of a particular group of people, encompassing language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music, and arts.” (Zimmerman, 2017) Although the Philippines has a large variety of cultural norms and values, the most prominent aspects of their culture are the

  • Provinces of the Philippines and Gardenia Bread Products

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    Gardenia In early 1997, QAF Limited through Gardenia International (S) Pte Ltd established Gardenia Bakeries (Philippines), Inc. and started construction of its bakery plant in the Laguna International Industrial Park (LIIP), Biñan, Laguna. It is a multi-national company with operations in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and other countries in Asia. Gardenia Phils. began its operations in 1998 with a state-of-the-art bread factory rated as one of the most modern large-scale bread manufacturing facilities

  • Magellan Dbq Analysis

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    Magellan was given credit for being the first to travelling around the world. He had begun his voyage on September 20th, 1519. Magellan was fascinated and determined by the idea of finding the Spice Island. Magellan had done many minor explorations before. The exploration of Columbus gave him the idea of a successful expedition to The Caribbean. Magellan had asked the Portuguese king to support his expedition but the king had denied his offer. So he went to Spanish Royalty to ask for help which

  • Differences In Culture In The Philippines

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    some things to expect. Overall, I thought they had many cultural, communication and business differences. First I will speak of the culture. I believe it is important to mention a couple important events in the Philippine history. In 1521 chief Lapu-Lapu declined the invitation to the Spanish norm and Christianity from Ferdinand Magellan. The Spanish and Filipino men then fought and Magellan was found dead. Also, in 1946 the United States freed the Philippines from the Japanese during World War II

  • Magellan's Failure

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    Jeremy Bravo once said, “Great leaders don’t set out to be leaders… they set out to make a difference. It’s never about the role. It’s always about the goal.” Although a remarkable navigator, Magellan never chose to make a positive impact on his crew’s lives. Leading a crew of young men gave him power to abuse or use, but instead of showing these men a dedicated and concerned leader, Magellan led the boys to a slow, painful death. Magellan was not worth defending in his last battle because he accepted

  • Southeast Asia

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    Southeast Asian Countries Philippines Malaysia Vietnam Thailand Singapore Indonesia Philippine cuisine consists of the foods, preparation methods and eating customs found in the Philippines. The style of cooking and the foods associated with it have evolved over several centuries from its Austronesian origins to a mixed cuisine with many Hispanic, Chinese, American, and other Asian influences adapted to indigenous ingredients and the local palate. Dishes range from the very simple, like

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