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Published on November 21, 2008

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The Philippines At a Glance Official Name: Republic of the Philippines (RP) Form of Government: Democratic Republic, Presidential System Capital: Manila Location: Lat. 4023'N & 21025'N; Long. 1160E & 1270E No. of Islands: 7,100+ (Luzon, Visayas, & Mindanao as major island groups) Total Area: 300k sq.km. (half as that of Japan) Spread & breadth: 1,850 km & 965 km, respectively Distance from Japan: 4.25 hours by plane Time zone: GMT + 8 hrs. (or 1 hr. late than Japan) Population: 84.5 million (a.o. July 2002 census) Major Industry: Agriculture

The Philippines At a Glance

Official Name: Republic of the Philippines (RP)

Form of Government: Democratic Republic, Presidential System

Capital: Manila

Location: Lat. 4023'N & 21025'N; Long. 1160E & 1270E

No. of Islands: 7,100+ (Luzon, Visayas, & Mindanao as major island groups)

Total Area: 300k sq.km. (half as that of Japan)

Spread & breadth: 1,850 km & 965 km, respectively

Distance from Japan: 4.25 hours by plane

Time zone: GMT + 8 hrs. (or 1 hr. late than Japan)

Population: 84.5 million (a.o. July 2002 census)

Major Industry: Agriculture

Capsule History 1521 Discovery of the islands of the Philippines by Ferdinand Magellan under the Spanish Crown Introduction of Christianity 1901 1941 1945 1986 Spanish Period approx 400 yrs. American Period approx. 40 yrs . Japanese Period approx. 4 yrs. Period of Philippine Independence 1964 Present 1896 Start of the Philippine Revolution June 12, 1898: declaration of the Philippine Independence from Spain Signing of the Treaty of Paris between Spain and the US Start of American rule Introduced mass education Japan occupied the Philippines until the end of WWWII July 4, 1946: Declaration of Philippine Independence Start of the 20-year Marcos Dictatorship People Power Bloodless Revolution Macapagal-Arroyo Presidency

Discovery of the islands of the Philippines by Ferdinand Magellan under the Spanish Crown

Introduction of Christianity

Start of the Philippine Revolution

June 12, 1898: declaration of the Philippine Independence from Spain

Signing of the Treaty of Paris between Spain and the US

Start of American rule

Introduced mass education

Japan occupied the Philippines until the end of WWWII

July 4, 1946: Declaration of Philippine Independence

Start of the 20-year Marcos Dictatorship

People Power Bloodless Revolution

Tropical climate (abundant rainfall and gentle winds) 3 seasons: the wet or rainy season (Jun to Oct); cool, dry season (Nov to Feb); hot, dry season (Mar to May) No. of Languages & dialects: 111 National Language: Filipino (based in Tagalog) Business Language: English World's third largest English-speaking country, after the United States and the United Kingdom Literacy rate: 96% Religion: Climate, Language, and Religion

Tropical climate (abundant rainfall and gentle winds)

3 seasons: the wet or rainy season (Jun to Oct); cool, dry season (Nov to Feb); hot, dry season (Mar to May)

No. of Languages & dialects: 111

National Language: Filipino (based in Tagalog)

Business Language: English

World's third largest English-speaking country, after the United States and the United Kingdom

Literacy rate: 96%

Religion:

Malay stock with a sprinkling of Chinese, American, Spanish and Arab blood The Filipino character is actually a little bit of all the cultures put together Malay: “Bayanihan” or spirit of kinship Chinese: Close family relations Spanish: Religiousness America: English abilities & liberalism A true blend of cultures---East meets West Common traits of a Filipino Hospitality Smiling attitude Loves singing or dancing Passionate like Latin Americans Ethnic Groups: 91.5% Christian Malay, 4% Muslim Malay ,1.5% Chinese and 3% other The Filipino People

Malay stock with a sprinkling of Chinese, American, Spanish and Arab blood

The Filipino character is actually a little bit of all the cultures put together

Malay: “Bayanihan” or spirit of kinship

Chinese: Close family relations

Spanish: Religiousness

America: English abilities & liberalism

A true blend of cultures---East meets West

Common traits of a Filipino

Hospitality

Smiling attitude

Loves singing or dancing

Passionate like Latin Americans

Ethnic Groups: 91.5% Christian Malay, 4% Muslim Malay ,1.5% Chinese and 3% other

Government type very similar to the American system Presidential system (election every 6 years) State power lies in the 3 branches of government: Executive (President & the Cabinet) Legislative (Senate & Congress) Judiciary (Supreme Court) The economy is basically light industry and agriculture (e.g., rice, corn, coconut, pineapple and sugar) Rich in copper, cobalt, nickel, silver, iron, and gold Well-developed industries in food processing, textiles, clothing, wood, forest products and home appliances, with fast-growing aquaculture, microcircuit, garments and furniture sectors Posted 4.5% GNP growth in 2002 Currency exchange rate: PhP 1.00 = JPY 0.44 Government and Economy

Government type very similar to the American system

Presidential system (election every 6 years)

State power lies in the 3 branches of government:

Executive (President & the Cabinet)

Legislative (Senate & Congress)

Judiciary (Supreme Court)

The economy is basically light industry and agriculture (e.g., rice, corn, coconut, pineapple and sugar)

Rich in copper, cobalt, nickel, silver, iron, and gold

Well-developed industries in food processing, textiles, clothing, wood, forest products and home appliances, with fast-growing aquaculture, microcircuit, garments and furniture sectors

Posted 4.5% GNP growth in 2002

Currency exchange rate: PhP 1.00 = JPY 0.44

Philippine education is patterned after the American system, with English as the medium of instruction Schools are classified into public (government) or private (non-government) The general pattern of formal education follows four stages: Pre-primary level (nursery and kindergarten) offered in most private schools 6 years of primary/elementary education 4 years of secondary/high school education 4 or 5 years of college education 2 or more years of graduate schooling June = start of classes; March = end of classes Colleges and universities follow the semestral calendar from June-October and November-March. There are a number of foreign schools with study programs similar to those of the mother country

Philippine education is patterned after the American system, with English as the medium of instruction

Schools are classified into public (government) or private (non-government)

The general pattern of formal education follows four stages:

Pre-primary level (nursery and kindergarten) offered in most private schools

6 years of primary/elementary education

4 years of secondary/high school education

4 or 5 years of college education

2 or more years of graduate schooling

June = start of classes; March = end of classes

Colleges and universities follow the semestral calendar from June-October and November-March.

There are a number of foreign schools with study programs similar to those of the mother country

8 Tourist Anchor Destinations Manila Cebu Davao Baguio Travel time from Japan to Philippines: 4.25 hrs. Visa-free entry for Japanese Jeepney: Philippines’ most popular mass transport Accommodation: Wide selection of de luxe, standard, economy and pension-type accommodations Dining out: Filipino food is an exotic, tasteful blend of Oriental, European, and American culinary influences. There is a wide variety of fresh seafood and delectable fruits. First class restaurants offer gourmet specialties as well as Filipino cuisine. Tipping is expected for many services All major credit cards accepted nationwide Visit www. wowphilippines .com.ph for more details Boracay Palawan Bohol Laoag/Vigan

8 Tourist Anchor Destinations

Manila

Cebu

Davao

Baguio

Travel time from Japan to Philippines: 4.25 hrs.

Visa-free entry for Japanese

Jeepney: Philippines’ most popular mass transport

Accommodation: Wide selection of de luxe, standard, economy and pension-type accommodations

Dining out: Filipino food is an exotic, tasteful blend of Oriental, European, and American culinary influences. There is a wide variety of fresh seafood and delectable fruits. First class restaurants offer gourmet specialties as well as Filipino cuisine.

Tipping is expected for many services

All major credit cards accepted nationwide

Visit www. wowphilippines .com.ph for more details

Boracay

Palawan

Bohol

Laoag/Vigan

“ Mabuhay!”

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