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Manila, Philippines
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country's culture
An Itinerary
money
Name:
Mary, Fahmy
Age:
24
years old
Place of Birth: Egypt
Address: 117-3077 Pembina Highway
Job:
Architect
(
master degree in architecture in U of M,
Design talent,Engineering ability,Social awareness,Business aptitude,Legal knowledge)
I like to participate in Charity work
My mission is to
build child labor school.
I want to build it as
student-oriented design
I want it to be
out of rotine
• White: will give impression for children for
hope
and
peace
. It’s like a paper which means
new life new beginning.
• Trees: will give impression for children for
purity.
it has a good looking it starts with a
small seed
and become a huge
strong tree by watering
. It’s a symbol. Children are
young, ignorance and weak
but by
education
they become
genius, strong
, have great ideas and experiences by learning.

• Everything colorful inside: joy
• Stairs, chairs, playground
Social activities
the Philippines celebrated
Sinulog festival
to hnor the child Jesus. the celebration last for 9 days in January.
they are very friendly. They welcomed us.
they taught us the
Sinulog dance
which is 2 steps foreword and followed by 1 step backward
$2800
Trips
( airplans, hotels, cebu activities)
$2000
Preparing for the concert
(build a stage, print and design tickets, rent place of the concert (Araneta Colliseum), buy gifts and Souvenir,performance's material)
$1000
charitiable work
(games to play, food, plates, fire works)
$200
Advertisement
$150
transportations
and
food
$800
insurance
(land)
$30,000 construction
company

$10,000
decoration
$30,500
School needs
( labs, books, computers, uniforms, .. etc)

Argument # 1: Death penalty makes potential criminals fearful towards committing heinous crimes
food
Lechon
: it's a
roasted pig
cooked over charcoal and there is a
rice
inside it
Sinigang:
is a
sour soup
native to the Philippines. This particular soup dish uses
pork
as the main ingredient though
beef, shrimp, fish,
and even
chicken
Tapsilog:
is the term used when tapa, garlic-
fried rice
, and
fried egg
are combined into one meal, which is served primarily during
breakfast
. The word tapa is related to the Sanskrit term
tapas
which means
"heat"
.
Balut
: it's a
duck embryo
that is boild and then eaten in the shell
music
Kulintang:
is a modern term for an ancient instrumental form of music composed on a row of small, horizontally
laid gongs
that function melodically, accompanied by larger, s
uspended gongs and drums
.
Balingbing
or Buzzer is a musical instrument made from different
bamboo
that has long,
slender internode
. It is played by
grasping the hands
with another while striking the instrument's tounge against the lower palm of the opposite hand. The bamboo buzzer is played by mountain groups in Northern Luzon.
The term “
subli
” is from two tagalog words “
subsub
” meaning
falling on head
and “
bali
”, which means
broken
. This version is originally a
ritual dance
of the natives of Bauan, Batangas.
Subli fork dance
Name:
Janine B. Pineda
Age:
30 years old
Place of birth:
Philippines
Profession:
School Administrator
Educational Attainment:
Bachelor's degree in Education at University of British Columbia and Master's degree in Educational Administration at Harvard University
My responsibilities are:
• Manage the effective running of the educational institution
• Provide exceptional learning experience for students
• Strict management and allocation of funds
• Ensure that it will be a successful mission
As an Administrator I possess..
• Leadership skills
• Interpersonal skills
• Public speaking skills
• I will also promote camaraderie among my members/staffs

Means of raising money:

Pocket Money from Church organizations
=
105,000 Pesos (3,000 CA dollars)

Concert For A Cause
= 70
0,000 pesos (20,000 dollars)


Solicitation in a privately owned companies such as Ayala Corporation
=
525,000 pesos (15,000 dollars)

Land subsidized by the government

Online donation website
=
1,750,000 Pesos (50,000 dollars)

TOTAL AMOUNT OF MONEY GATHERED
: 3
,080,000 Pesos (88, 000 dollars)


1 CA dollar = 35 Pesos
Steps in our mission to build a school:
First step:
Go around the city of Manila and choose a best location to build the school.
Second step:
Tondo, Manila is chosen. In this particular area, we will look for a perfect vacant lot where we can construct the building of the school.
Third step:
Money will be raised through a concert for a cause, solicitation in a private owned companies, request of monetary aid from the Philippine government, and an online donation website.
Fourth Step:

Go to areas in the town and conduct a survey on how many parents will allow their child to come to school.
Fifth step:
Encourage children to study in our school and convince some parents who did not allow their children through advertisements and a feeding program. We also accepted donations from generous people and gave it to these families.

Sixth step:

The administrator of the school will come up with a school name, school system, programs, guidelines, mission, and vision of the school.
Seventh step:

Books, computers, and uniforms will be purchased.
Eighth Step:
The journalist will publish an article about H.O.P.E (Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally) School. The journalist will talk about how, when, where, and why the school has been built and that we are in need of kind hearted teachers who are willing to volunteer.
Ninth Step:
When teachers are hired, they will help up set up classrooms and install some computers. A meeting will be organized by the administrator before school time starts.
Tenth Step:
Everything is ready and children will now take their first step towards a brighter future!
http://kofc.org.ph/?q=node/2185
1 CA dollar = 35 Pesos
Sources:
http://www.ayala.com.ph/about_us/page/board-of-directors/48
http://www.mcson.org/about/purpose-and-vision/
http://entertainment.abs-cbn.com/Tv/Home
www.deped.gov.ph/

a lot of philippines volunteered
gave us second hand stuff like clothes to sell for donations
they cooked a food to gave then in our feeding program
they enjoyed the day that we did
they played with the games
they bought food
they enjoyed our Pepsi-sponsored concert by Daniel Padilla, Kathryn Bernardo (famous singers in Philippne)
they dancered until they droped in our conceret
they feasted their eyes on the fire works that turned the school blaze
http://www.bloomberg.com/photo/manila-s-tondo-district-/165948.html
http://gimme-shelter.com/term-2/vacant-lot-50013/
http://tx.english-ch.com/teacher/princess/home/reinforcing-lessondaily-life-in-metro-manila/
http://www.ayala.com.ph/news/image_gallery/
http://ayala.weboui.com/book/export/html/86
https://smithsystem.com/school-setting/early-childhood/
http://www.kesn1033.com/hope-fellowship-podcast/
Mission:
To build a school and offer free education to less fortunate children. This school will be the children’s hope in having a bright future.
http://globalbalita.com/2013/12/06/the-human-face-of-philippine-poverty/
http://globalbalita.com/2013/12/06/the-human-face-of-philippine-poverty/
a lot of volunteers when we asked for charity work:
they gave us second hand stuff like
clothes
to sell it for donation
they
cooked
for our feeding program
they enjoyed our
concerts and our funday
for charity:
a lot of Philippians people joined our Pepsi-sponsored concert
they
danced
until they dropped on cool music of Sarah Geronimo (famous Philippine singer)
they
played with our games
in funday
they feasted their eyes on the
fire works
that turned the sky ablaze
Against
• No one has the right to kill another person and to robe his spirit, because God only who has that lordship to take our spirit.
We are not God and we are not allowed to control who is going to live or die.
We are not allowed to judge him to die and to prevent him to take another chance. In addition,
Philippines is a catholic country
and killing is a sin in this religion.
http://americamagazine.org/issue/100/ten-reasons-oppose-death-penalty


Death penalty in not a crime!
It doesn’t make any sense to
stop a murder by another murder
and especially if this murder is killing! This is inhumanity. Moreover,
Philippines is a democracy country
and death penalty can’t work with democracy, because in d
emocracy the government is me
, and if the government kills somebody then
I’m killing somebody
and I don’t want to kill any one.

http://deathpenalty.org/section.php?id=24

The death penalty puts innocent lives at risk
. For example, bad lawyers appointed to a death case were so
inexperienced
that they were completely
unprepared
for the capital cases,the sentencing phase of the trial. On the other side, some criminal are rich and get a well experienced lawyer and he will get
parole
and then he will make more dangerous crimes.
http://www.oadp.org/facts/13-reasons



The real criminal
does not afraid death
because they used to kill and to see blood so death is not a big issue for them. The idea that death penalty prevents criminals is false — what prevents criminals is not the threat of death but rather the threat of getting arrested. Criminals can’t operate if policing is efficient. Fear of the death penalty may cause a few to hesitate, but certainly not enough to keep it in force..."
http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/the-interviews-blog/criminals-dont-fear-death-penalty-they-fear-police-efficiency-robert-badinter/

• It

increases taxes

because coasts more than being the criminal in the prison
http://pcij.org/blog/2006/04/18/a-timeline-of-death-penalty-in-the-philippines
http://pcij.org/blog/2006/04/18/a-timeline-of-death-penalty-in-the-philippines
we
interviewed
some people about child labor:
1) what't their
opinion
about child labor?
80 % againist
child labor (it hurts, long-term health problem, educational problem, pshcological problem, effects ecinomical growth of the country)
20% agree
(they need money)
3)
ideas
to
stop
child labor?
build free school
money
good job for their parents
2)the
reasons
of child labor?
poverty
unemployment
limited free education
homeless
Age: 30
Place of birth: Kuwait
Address: 99 Killarney st.
Profession/Study: Journalist
-Work at Winnipeg Sun Newspaper.
-Prepared a master degree in arts in U of M.
-Finished courses in Spanish, French, and Arabic.
-Earned a master degree in accounting courses and will be responsible for bank transactions for this mission.
-Earned a master degree in Journalism and preparing Ph.D.
Monica daud

Interests:
-Drawing
-Playing Soccer
-Baseball
-Volleyball
-Chess

Purpose of the trip:
-Raising awareness about poor children.
-Inspiring people.
The Trip from Winnipeg to the Philippines
History of Capital Punishment in the Philippines
Spanish Period (1521-1898)
Spanish start.
-Forms: burning, decapitation, drowning, flaying, garrote, hanging, shooting, stabbing and others.
-1848
 capital punishment
only
for
challenging
colonizers.
American Colonization (1898-1934)
-Adopting most of the provisions.
-CP was applied for Treason, parricide, piracy, kidnapping, murder, rape, and robbery with homicide.
-DP was also applied for resisting the American colonizers.
Post WW-II + Marcos Years (1965-1986)
-Espionage
was added to the death offences in the period
before WWII
- Subversion, possession of firearms, arson, hijacking, drug-related offenses, unlawful possession of firearms, illegal fishing and cattle rustling were added in
Marcos years.
President Corazon Aquino (1986-1992)
-CP was abolished in 1987.
-Philippines was the first country in Asia to abolish DP.
All DP sentences were reduced to life imprisonment.
President Fidel Valdez Ramos (1993-1998)
-Death crimes increased dramatically after the abolishment.
-The Ramos administration reimposed the DP in 1993.
-Death sentences were applied by lethal injections.
President Gloria Arroyo (2001-present)
-Executions do not appeal to Arroyo but she is resuming the DP sentences just to sow fear into criminals’ hearts
Religion in the Philippines
The only Christian nation in Asia.
86% roman Catholics
6% other Christian cults
2% Protestants
2% other believes and
practices
4% Muslims

Timeline
vhttps://www.google.ca/search?q=sinulog+festival&biw=1366&bih=667&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&sqi=2&ved=0ahUKEwirwc63icTKAhWMFz4KHXQTB00Q_AUIBigB
The way we spent it
http://www.slideshare.net/ivanforthree/death-penalty-8900568
Side 1: PRO DEATH PENALTY
Philippines is ranked as the 22nd most dangerous country in the world.
The Philippine National Police (PNP) claimed that the number of crimes committed nationwide increased by about 46 % last 2015 compared to 2014.
Manila was once voted the

kidnapping capital of Asia.
(Source: Global Peace Index Report)
(Source: http://factsanddetails.com/southeast-asia/Philippines/sub5_6f/entry-3908.html)
PNP data tallied as much as

7,409 reported rape incidents

or one every 72 minutes.
the P4 billion worth of methamphetamine hydrochloride (shabu) and drug ingredients that were seized in Pampanga.
the abduction and killing of a
7 year old girl

in Pandacan.
the killing of a
1 year old girl
who was also believed to be raped, in San Juan.
REVIVAL OF DEATH PENALTY IS A MUST!
(Source: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/380689/news/nation/criminals-have-more-fun-in-the-philippines-says-death-penalty-proponent-tito-sotto#sthash.1QuqmvC2.dpuf)
Philippines should use the strongest punishment available to deter criminality and that is
death penalty.
One of the reasons why criminals commit crimes is because they are
not afraid of facing the consequences.
The worst consequence in the Philippines is
reclusion perpetua
or life imprisonment.
Last January 2014 in the Philippines,
200 prisoners
escaped from the provincial jail.
The crime rate in the country was reduced significantly under the administration of President Marcos
http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/376614/news/specialreports/special-report-rape-in-the-philippines-number
(Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/30/philippine-jailbreak_n_4694415.html)
(Source: http://www.interaksyon.com/article/71190/martial-law-remembered--where-did-marcos-go-wrong-and-when-did-we-start-forgetting)
According to BBC News, Singapore has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. Last year had the lowest recorded crime rate in more than two decades - there were 80 days in which not a single robbery or "snatch theft" was recorded and
only 16 people were murdered in 2011
http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/overall-crime-rate-lowest-30-years
Meanwhile,

7,245 cases
of murder in the Philippines were recorded.
(Source: http://www.philstar.com/metro/2015/08/03/1483869/philippine-crime-rate-46)
A TOUGHER STANCE ON CRIME IS A MUST!
(Source: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-24428567)
Controversial Issue

http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/2012/12/13/is-there-a-death-penalty-in-america/
http://cnnphilippines.com/news/2015/04/17/life-imprisonment-reclusion-perpetua-legalese-napoles.html
Argument #2: For justice to prevail, killers need to die
(Source: http://quotesgram.com/pro-death-penalty-quotes/)
Life in prison is not a worthy punishment for those guilty of violent murderers.
"Comforts": a 38 caliber revolver, 45 caliber pistol, a radio-controlled toy helicopter, old television sets, several mobile phones, mobile phone signal boosters and containers filled with coconut wine.
Firearms, various gadgets and gallons of coconut wine were seized in the latest raid on the New Bilibid Prison (NBP).
Source: http://www.philstar.com/metro/2015/11/22/1524588/bilibid-raid-guns-gadgets-booze
The opposition may say that execution of a criminal is also murder.
Execution is not murder.
It is a lawful punishment deserved by a criminal who took an innocent life.
Last 2009, a massacre happened in the Philippines.
58 people were found dead.
This made the Philippines the most dangerous place for journalists.
http://time.com/3598796/its-been-five-years-since-the-maguindanao-massacre-and-the-perpetrators-are-still-free/
http://planetphilippines.com/current-affairs/maguindanao-massacre-one-year-after/
http://www.inquirer.net/maguindanao-massacre
Execution brings closure to the murderer's crime and closure to the ordeal for the victim's family. It also ensures that the murderer will create
no more victims.
LANGUAGE IN THE PHILIPPINES
The original official language of the Philippines was

Spanish
for many centuries
Under US occupation,

English
was introduced into schools and in 1935
English
was added to the constitution alongside Spanish as a national language.
In 1973, the language,
Filipino
,
became the joint official language along with English.
Filipino is the official language of education, but is considered
less important than English

in schools. As a result most Filipinos, especially in urban areas, can speak a decent level of English.
There are

13 indigenous dialects
in the Philippines. Some examples are: Cebuano, Bikolano, Kapampangan, and Ilocano
http://pcij.org/blog/2006/04/18/a-timeline-of-death-penalty-
http://www.seasite.niu.edu/tagalog/modules/modules/philippin
• Death penalty
does not reduces crime
, but it increases the
violence
. According to the
N.C.
Department of Justice, the state
murder rate
has
declined
in the recent years since
executions stopped
.
Evidence
For the most part (from 1848 to 1987), it was used to curtail the liberties, freedoms and rights of the
Filipino people.
In recent history,
however, the death penalty was reimposed
as a knee-jerk response to what has largely been seen as
rising criminality in the country and the percentage of a murder increased by 46%
http://nccadp.org/death-penalty-issue/failure-to-deter-crime/
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