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Manila Ocean park

Imahe
For the first time nakarating din sa ocean park. Tagal ko hiniling na mapunta sa park na to at nangyari na nga ngayong taon.
Nasa likod ng Quirino Grandstand yung park at malaki sya.

Maraming attractions sa park hindi ko napuntahan lahat dahil late na kami nakadating.

Ang astig nung malalaking isda, napakadaming fish na first time ko lang nakita. Buti nagkasya lahat yun. 

Ang isang cool ay yung may snow kahit maliit eh maganda na din hehe sinulit ko ang pagpasok dun, haba kasi ng pila eh

Marami din mabibili na souvenirs kaso yung saya nung nandun ay sobra sobra na! hehe




Last photo of SMART

Imahe
Rest in peace, Smart! 

part ka pa din ng family.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Imahe
HAPPY BIRTHDAY

15TH President Of The Philippines

Benigno Simeon “Noynoy” Cojuangco Aquino III
June 30, 2010 Following the death of his mother on August 1, 2009, many people began calling on Aquino to run for president.On September 9, 2009, Aquino officially announced he would be a candidate in the 2010 presidential election, held on May 10, 2010. Aquino being proclaimed as the President-elect of the Philippines by Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile and House Speaker Prospero Nograles at the Batasang Pambansa in Quezon City on June 9, 2010.
 On June 9, 2010, at the Batasang Pambansa, in Quezon City, the Congress of the Philippines proclaimed Aquino as the President-elect of the Philippines, following the 2010 election with 15,208,678 votes, while Jejomar Binay, the former mayor of Makati City, was proclaimed as the Vice President-elect of the Philippines with 14,645,574 votes, defeating runner-up for the vice presidency Mar Roxas, the standard-bearer of the Liberal Party for Vice President

14TH President Of The Philippines

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (2001-2010)
Arroyo, a practicing economist, has made the economy the focus of her presidency. Early in her presidency, Arroyo implemented a controversial policy of holiday economics, adjusting holidays to form longer weekends with the purpose of boosting domestic tourism and allowing Filipinos more time with their families
Allegations of cheating against Arroyo gained momentum one year after the May 2004 elections.

14TH President Of The Philippines

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (2001-2010)
Arroyo, a practicing economist, has made the economy the focus of her presidency. Early in her presidency, Arroyo implemented a controversial policy of holiday economics, adjusting holidays to form longer weekends with the purpose of boosting domestic tourism and allowing Filipinos more time with their families
Allegations of cheating against Arroyo gained momentum one year after the May 2004 elections.

13TH President Of The Philippines

Filipino film actor and director Joseph Estrada was elected vice president of the Philippines in 1992 and president in 1998. A corruption scandal forced him from office in January 2001.
In 1998 Estrada won the Philippine presidential elections. In October 2000 he became mired in a corruption scandal, however, and the House of Representatives impeached him in November.
The impeachment trial in the Senate was suspended in mid-January 2001 after the prosecution team resigned to protest the suppression of evidence. Thousands of Filipinos staged massive demonstrations in the streets of Manila to demand Estrada’s resignation.  Faced with loss of public support, defections of important cabinet members, and transfer of key military support to the political opposition, Estrada was forced from power on January 20. That day, the Supreme Court declared the presidency vacant, effectively ousting Estrada from office, and Vice President Macapagal-Arroyo was sworn in as president.
 In 2007 a Philippine …

12TH President Of The Philippines

Fidel Ramos (1992-1998)
The first few years of his administration (1992-1995) were characterized by economic boom, technological development, political stability and efficient delivery of basic needs to the people.
During his administration, Ramos began implementing economic reforms intended to open up the once-closed national economy, encourage private enterprise, invite more foreign and domestic investment, and reduce corruption.

The Walking Dead Returns

Imahe
The Walking dead returns last night at nakakabitin yung episode. Tagal ko din inantay bumalik yung show ^^

11TH President Of The Philippines

Corazon  Cojuangco  Aquino became the first woman president of the Philippines in 1986 when she defeated Ferdinand E. Marcos. After she became president, she abolished the National Assembly and replaced the constitution with a new one that was adopted by popular vote in 1987. She had been married to Benigno Aquino, who was assassinated in 1983.
An army revolt and demonstrations on her behalf led to Corazon’s inauguration on the same day. The uprising, known as the People Power Movement, prompted Marcos to accept asylum in the United States, while Corazon formed a provisional government. In 1987 she enacted a new constitution, which included a limitation on the presidency to a single, six-year term.
Despite Aquino’s popular following, opposition within the military, a continuing Communist insurgency, and severe economic problems plagued her throughout her presidency, which ended in 1992.
Despite the euphoria following the overthrow of the Marcos government, Aquino faced the massive chall…

10TH President Of The Philippines

Ferdinand Marcos (1917-1989) The convention never completed its work, however. Claiming anarchy was near, Marcos declared martial law in 1972, thereby suspending the 1935 constitution, dissolving Congress, and assuming total power. Marcos suppressed the political opposition, arresting leaders such as Benigno ('Ninoy') Aquino, Jr., and ended a long tradition of a free press. A new constitution promulgated in January 1973 gave Marcos absolute power, and elections were indefinitely postponed. Marcos ruled by decree, cloaking his dictatorial decisions in the rhetoric of law.
In 1980 Marcos permitted Aquino, the Liberal Party opposition leader, to go into exile in the United States. He also permitted Radio Veritas, a Catholic-run radio network, to make broadcasts critical of his regime.
The Catholic hierarchy, led by Jaime Cardinal Sin, the archbishop of Manila, became vocal in its opposition to Marcos.
In 1981 Marcos officially lifted martial law, but retained sweeping emergency pow…

9TH President Of The Philippines

Diosdado Macapagal (1910-1997
   Macapagal immediately cracked down on government graft and corruption. His campaign earned him the nickname The Incorruptible.
  He sought to maintain strong ties with the United States and was an outspoken opponent of Communism. He pursued largely unsuccessful economic programs that abolished repressive government controls in an attempt to stimulate the economy and increase employment.
During his presidency, the Philippines enjoyed prosperity and was the second most developed country in the Asian region, next only to Japan and ahead of the future tiger economies of Asia such as Singapore, Taiwan, and Korea. Allowed the Philippine peso to float on the free currency exchange market. abolition of tenancy and accompanying land reform program in the Agricultural Land Reform Code of 1963 which underscored his endeavor to fight mass poverty.

8TH President Of The Philippines

Carlos Poléstico García (1896-1971)
In March 1957 García became president after Magsaysay was killed in plane crash, and he won an elected term as president in November 1957.
  While in power, García’s government negotiated the transfer of unused United States military base areas to Philippine control. Criticized for inefficiency and corruption During his administration, he acted on the Bohlen–Serrano Agreement which shortened the lease of the US Bases from 99 years to 25 years and made it renewable after every five years. He also exercised the Filipino First Policy, for which he was known. This policy heavily favored Filipino businessmen over foreign investors. He was also responsible for changes in retail trade which greatly affected the Chinese businessmen in the country.

7TH President Of The Philippines

Ramón Magsaysay (1907-1957) An advocate of stronger government action against the Communist-led Hukbalahap (Huk) guerrillas, he was appointed secretary of national defense in 1950. He reorganized and strengthened the army and the constabulary and intensified the campaign to crush Huk resistance. Magsaysay emphasized domestic reforms to improve conditions for tenant farmers and implemented small-scale public works projects in rural areas. The government purchased land on Mindanao and launched a program to encourage landless farm workers on Luzon to resettle on the southern island. The program, which was instituted in various forms in the ensuing years, led to resentment among the Muslim population on Mindanao. As president, he was a close friend and supporter of the United States and a vocal spokesman against communism during the Cold War. He led the foundation of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization also known as the Manila Pact of 1954, that aimed to defend South East Asia, South Asia a…

6th president of the philippines

Elpidio Quirino (1890-1956)  A member of the House of Representatives (1919-1925) and the Senate (1928-1935), he helped draft the constitution for the Philippine Commonwealth, subsequently served in Quezon's government, and fought in the resistance against the Japanese.   Elpidio Quirino's six years as president were marked by notable postwar reconstruction, general economic gains, and increased economic aid from the United States. Basic social problems, however, particularly in the rural areas, remained unsolved, and his administration was tainted by widespread graft and corruption. Moreover, to bring the government closer to the people, he revived President Quezon's "fireside chats", in which he enlightened the people on the activities of the Republic by the periodic radio broadcasts from the Malacañang Palace.   Quirino's administration faced a serious threat in the form of the communist Hukbalahap movement. Though the Huks originally had been an anti-Japane…

5Th president of the philippines

Manuel Roxas y Acuña (1892-1948)
Philippine statesman, born in Capiz. In 1948, Roxas declared amnesty for those arrested for collaborating with the Japanese during World War II, except for those who had committed violent crimes.
He served with distinction in the unsuccessful defense against the Japanese invasion of the Philippines and was captured by the Japanese in 1942.
First president of the independent Third Republic of the Philippines and fifth president overall.

4Th President of the philippines

Sergio Osmeña (1878-1961)
Philippine independence leader and statesman, born on Cebu.
Osmeña headed several missions to the United States to argue for Philippine independence and was instrumental in gaining commonwealth status for the Philippines in 1935.
 Twice elected vice president of the commonwealth (1935 and 1941), he became president of the government in exile when President Manuel Quezon died in 1944.

3rd President of the Philippines

José Paciano Laurel y García (March 9, 1891 – November 6, 1959) was the president of the Japanese-Sponsored Republic of the Philippines during World War II, from 1943 to 1945. His term as Philippine President is also the shortest: 1 year; 21 months and 35 days. José Paciano Laurel y García (March 9, 1891 – November 6, 1959) was the president of the Japanese-Sponsored Republic of the Philippines during World War II, from 1943 to 1945.  His term as Philippine President is also the shortest: 1 year; 21 months and 35 days.
  During his presidency, the Philippines faced a crippling food shortage which demanded much of Laurel's attention.
  Laurel also resisted in vain Japanese demands that the Philippines issue a formal declaration of war against the United States. There were also reports during his presidency of the Japanese military carrying out rape and massacre among the Filipino population Laurel declared the country under martial law in 1944 through Proclamation No. 29, dated Septem…

The Second President of the Philippines

Manuel Luis Quezon y Molina was president of the Philippines from 1935 to 1944. He began to practice law in 1903 and was elected governor of his native province of Tayabas (now Quezon) two years later.
He became a member of the first Philippine assembly in 1906.
 As resident commissioner to the U.S. Congress (1909-16), he worked for Philippine independence.
 He was elected the first president of the newly formed transitional Commonwealth of the Philippines in 1935 and reelected in 1941.
 After the Japanese invasion of the Philippines during World War II, he escaped to the U.S., where he headed the Philippine government in exile until his death. Quezon City and Quezon Province are named for him.
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The First President of the Philippines

The First President of the Philippines
   Emilio Aguinaldo (March 22, 1897 – April 1, 1901)
Aguinaldo became the Philippines' first and youngest to have become the country's president, and the longest-lived (having survived to age 94).
The insurgent First Philippine Republic was formally established with the proclamation of the Malolos. Constitution on January 21, 1899 in Malolos, Bulacan and endured until the capture of Emilio Aguinaldo by the American forces on March 23, 1901 in Palanan, Isabela, which effectively dissolved the First Republic.
The Malolos Congress continued its sessions and accomplised certain positive tasks. The Spanish fiscal system was provisionally retained. The same was done with the existing taxes, save those upon cockfighting and other amusements. War taxes were levied and voluntary contributions were solicited.
 A national loan was launched. President Aguinaldo ordered schools open. Elementary education was made compulsory and free.The Filipino educato…