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Philippines 2013

  1. 1. Philippines (Filipinas) “Pearl of the Orient Seas” (Perolas do Mar do Oriente) By :Patrick S. Muga
  2. 2. Asia
  3. 3. World Map
  4. 4. Philippine Map
  5. 5. Republic of the Philippines  Flag  Motto For God, People, Nature and Country  Capital Manila  Largest City Quezon City  Official Language Tagalog, English  President Benigno Aquino III  Population 2010 census 92,337,852  GDP 2011 estimate - Total$390.408 billion [7  Currency ₱ (PHP) Pesos  Government Unitary Constitutional Republic  Legislature Upper House –Senate, Lower House -House of Representatives  Time Zone UTC +8 ( Universal Time Coordinated) 5
  6. 6. Brief History of the Philippines  The Philippines (“Pilipinas”, “Philippine Islands”, “Las Islas Filipinas” ), officially known as The Republic of the Philippines  Sovereign country in Southeast Asia in the Western Pacific Ocean  Positioned on the western edge of the Pacific Ocean, along the Ring of Fire  Second-largest archipelago on the planet  The 7,107-island archipelago was believed to be inhabited 67,000 years ago based on recent discovery of the oldest Asia-Pacific remains called Callao Man  Multiple ethnicities and cultures are found throughout the islands, Austronesian peoples with Malay, Hindu, Chinese and Arabic influences.  Colonized by Spain in 16th century for 300 years  Ceded to USA in 1898  Colonized by Japan during World War II  National independence in 1946  One of Southeast Asia's most free-wheeling democracies
  7. 7. Philippines’ Profile  Area: 300,000 sq km (115, 830 sq miles), 7107 (islands slightly larger than Arizona)  Coastline: 36,289 km  Climate: tropical marine; dry, northeast monsoon (November to April); wet, southwest monsoon (May to October)  Natural resources: abundant natural resources timber, petroleum, nickel, cobalt, silver, gold, salt, copper, natural gas and oil(on-going explorations), geothermal energy, fertile agricultural land and rich marine resources, tropical rain forests along many mountainous islands and narrow coastal plains  Natural hazards: Typhoon belt, usually affected by 15 and struck by five to six cyclonic storms per year and frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions(Mt Pinatubo)
  8. 8. People Who Made Impact to the Philippines  DR. JOSE PROTACIO RIZAL MERCADO Y ALONSO REALONDA (JUNE 19, 1861 –DECEMBER 30, 1896) NATIONAL HERO, MARTYR, POLYMATH, POLYGLOT, NATIONALIST, NOVELIST, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL REFORMER
  9. 9. Rizal Park
  10. 10. Philippine Tourism  Still remaining as top five tourist-generating countries are Korea, USA, Japan, China, and Taiwan. The Korean market maintained its big lead over the other producers, contributing 1,060,000 visitors for a share of 23.08% of the total tourist arrivals during 2012 This is a 16.04% increase compared to last year’s arrivals.  The US market captured 15.64% of the total arrivals or 672,000 visitors, growing at 6.35% compared to last year’s figures during the same period. Meanwhile, visitors from Japan numbered at 418,000 or 9.11% of the total visitors, an increase of 3.85% from last year.  The fourth and fifth biggest generating markets are China and Taiwan, which consequently got the biggest double-digit growth rates of 77.53% and 37.49% respectively, comparing to last year’s figures. China and Taiwan registered 400,000 and 240,000 visitor arrivals this year compared to last year’s figures respectively.  There are 30,000 Special Resident Retiree’s Visas (SRRVs) have been issued in 2012.  Filipino Hospitality : Filipinos are naturally warm, friendly and hospitable. We have a ready smile for everybody and our religious background that is predominantly Catholic makes service to others an innate trait.  WORLD-CLASS MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES In terms of medical services, our facilities are comparable to the best anywhere else. Our highly trained medical personnel and caregivers are in demand all over the world not only for their competence and expertise but most especially for the care and compassion they show to their wards. Healthcare, a top priority of the senior market, is an expertise of the Filipino who is world-renowned for his excellent healthcare practitioners.
  11. 11. People Who Made Impact to the Philippines PRES. CORAZON “CORY” AQUINO ASIA’S “ICON OF DEMOCRACY” SEN. BENIGNO “NINOY” AQUINO “FILIPINOS ARE WORTH DYING FOR!
  12. 12. President of the Philippines
  13. 13. FILIPINOS Who Excelled MARGIE MORAN – MISS UNIVERSE 1973 GLORIA DIAZ – MISS UNIVERSE 1969
  14. 14. University of the Philippines 1908 The University has produced a significant number of public figures and officials since its founding. Seven Philippine Presidents have attended courses in the University either as undergraduate or postgraduate students; 13 Chief Justices; 36 National Artists and 34 National Scientists are also affiliated with the University
  15. 15. Filipina Women ( New generation)
  16. 16. FILIPINO’S Who Excelled PHILIPPINE MADRIGAL SINGERS “MADZ” EUROPEAN GRAND PRIX FOR CHORAL SINGING 1997 & 2007 CHAMPION UNESCO ARTIST FOR PEACE
  17. 17. FILIPINO’S Who Excelled PAENG NEPOMUCENO 6-TIME WORLD BOWLING CHAMPION GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS EFREN “THE MAGICIAN” REYES BILLIARDS WORLD CHAMPION
  18. 18. FILIPINO’S Who Excelled MANNY “PACMAN” PACQUIAO 8-Division Boxing World Champion Fighter of the Decade 2000 World’s Best Pound for Pound Fighter WBO Welterweight Champion
  19. 19. A Filipino-American through his mother's side, he is the first Asian American head coach in the history of the four major North American sports leagues and the first Asian American head coach to win an NBA championship.[ Erik Spoelstra Miami Heat Head Coach
  20. 20. Jessica Sanchez Runner-up on the eleventh season of the reality show American Idol
  21. 21. Filipino Food LechonRice “Sinigang” Balut Halo-halo Pancit
  22. 22. Philippine Jeppney
  23. 23. Manila Airport
  24. 24. Subic Naval Base SUBIC Naval and Air Stations KiteboardingShipwreck Diving
  25. 25. Beautiful Rivers
  26. 26. HISTORICAL SITE CORREGIDOR ISLAND “THE ROCK” ISLAND FORTRESS – WW II
  27. 27. Leyte Historical Site WWII: I shall return by: General Douglas Mac Arthur
  28. 28. HISTORICAL SITES 16TH CENTURY VIGAN (WORLD HERITAGE SITE)
  29. 29. Old European Design Mansion
  30. 30. Island Hopping
  31. 31. 7 WONDERS OF THE WONDERS OF NATURE PUERTO PRINCESA UNDERGROUND RIVER (PPUR) WORLD HERITAGE SITE)
  32. 32. 7 WONDERS OF NATURE PUERTO PRINCESA UNDERGROUND RIVER (PPUR) , PALAWAN WORLD HERITAGE SITE)
  33. 33. BEACH AND RESORT El Nido, Palawan Managed Protected Area
  34. 34. BEACH AND RESORT El Nido, Palawan Managed Protected Area Kayaking Sailing
  35. 35. BEACH AND RESORT El Nido, Palawan Managed Protected Area Kayaking Snorkeling Jackfish
  36. 36. Chocolate Hills
  37. 37. BOHOL ISLAND Kayaking Tarsier – World’s Smallest Monkey
  38. 38. BANAUE RICE TERRACES – IFUGAO PROVINCE UNESCO World Heritage Site 2000 Years Old Terraces 1500m above sea level
  39. 39. Taal Volcano
  40. 40. Holy Mountain Mount Banahaw
  41. 41. Makati City 51
  42. 42. Philippine Condominiums
  43. 43. Condo Amenities
  44. 44. Manila City
  45. 45. Quezon City
  46. 46. Manila Flooding
  47. 47. Manila Flooding
  48. 48. Quiapo Church
  49. 49. Manila Cathedral 1571
  50. 50. Philippine Beaches 64
  51. 51. Philippine Beaches 65
  52. 52. Boracay Philippine Beaches 66
  53. 53. Famous Sunset in Manila
  54. 54. River Boat Rides 68
  55. 55. Swimming with Whale Sharks
  56. 56. Cebu Beach
  57. 57. Diving in Philippines
  58. 58. Ilocos Norte
  59. 59. Group Swimming with Friends
  60. 60. Philippine Family
  61. 61. Filipino Family
  62. 62. The End And Thank You for attending another diversity moment Prepared by: Patrick S. Muga Hope to see you again 

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