Borrowed Reality – Foreign Shows Adapted in the Philippines | Tinedyer

•June 21, 2010 • Leave a Comment

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Grease – The First High School Musical | Tinedyer

•June 17, 2010 • Leave a Comment

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Manila Spa Massage – A Gift From Heaven

•June 17, 2010 • Leave a Comment

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Philippine Call Centers – Bomming Industries

•June 17, 2010 • Leave a Comment


ePLDT Ventus Takes Over PAL’s Call Center Operations
ePLDT Ventus, a subsidiary of Philippines Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT), is now taking over the PAL’s (Philippine Airlines) call center operations.

The partnership will be effective on June 1, 2010 after the two companies signed formally the outsourcing agreement.

Sitel’s New Site at Poro Point, La Union
Sitel, a Global contact center, is now growing in Poro Point, San Fernando La Union. That will be their 4th site in Northern Luzon and their 8th in the country. It will accommodate 500-seat capacity facility by the last quarter of the current year. This will benefit the Sitel Academy because it will provide employment from the grassroot level in San Fernando, La Union. This new site became possible because of the continuing partnership with the Philippine Economic Zone Authority; Baguio is a good source of manpower pool.
German Firm Chooses RP as Site of Its Pioneering Call Center in Asia-Pacific
Robert Bosch Communication Center Inc. (RBCCI), has chosen the Philippines as the site of its call center in Asia-Pacific.

RBCCI opened in Bonifacio Global City that will provide technical assistance for Bosch in the entire Asia Pacific.

The Cyber Corridor
President Arroyo conducted a tour in Cyber Corridor. The place is called Cyber Corridor because the firms in the site are associated with information and communications technology (ICT) and business process outsourcing. The President need to accomplish all human and physical infrastructures for the ICT-BPO segment, this will give more opportunities to young Filipinos. In 2001, the BPO sector started as a virtual non-entity with only 2,000 workers.
Call Centers in Davao, Philippines Continue to Multiply
With the expansion of call centers in Davao, the largest city of the south could have its next great symbol aside from the Mt. Apo, the Philippine Eagle and Kadayawan Festival.

The city is now attracting more investors as it was ranked fourth among the top ten next wave zones fro outsourcing in the Philippines. Davao is also at the highest peak at present due to its manpower and availability of the infrastructure with a very low power cost and rental.

For More Call Center Infos, visit: http://www.philippinecallcenters.net

Bugtong – Libangan Ng Mga Bata Para Tumalino

•June 17, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Bugtong is a Tagalog riddle (palaisipan) that showcases the Pilipino
wit, literary talent, and keen observation of surroundings. It involves
references to one or two images that symbolize the characteristics
of a unknown object that is to be guessed. Bugtungan is the playing
of bugtong.

Bugtong Tagalog started generations ago and has passed from one
generation to another. New ones are being created with the passage
of time but to be considered a true Filipino bugtong the riddle should
meet all the elements of a Tagalog bugtong . These elements are:

A Pilipino bugtong, or Tagalog riddle, is a short, one-liner, statement.

The statement is consist of two phrases. Each phrase refers to an
image, or characteristic of an image, that symbolizes another object
that is to be identified.

The two phrases end in words that rhyme.

The object to be identified must relate to our daily lives, personal
experience, and observation of common things around us.

Let us study some examples:

Example 1: Balong  malalim, puno ng patalim

In this example the first phrase is: balong malalim (deep well). The
second phrase is: puno ng patalim (full of knives.) These phrases
are distinct of each other. Both phrases end in words that rhymes:
malalim and patalim.

Although it literally refers to a deep well full of knives, the bugtong
uses this symbolism to refer to a different object and challenges us
to use our wit and imagination to identify that object as it relates to
our daily lives, personal experience, and observations. The word
balong (or balon) symbolizes cavity and patalim symbolizes a sharp
cutting object.  In other words the riddle is referring to a cavity filled
with cutting objects. The answer is mouth.

Example 2: Mataas kung nakaupo, mababa kung nakatayo

In this example the first phrase is: mataas kung nakaupo (tall when
seated.) The second phrase is: mababa kung nakatayo (short when
standing up.) Both phrases end in words that rhymes: nakaupo and
nakatayo.

Think of something that is tall when seated but short when standing
up. The answer is dog. One can think of other animals, cat for
example, as an answer that also fits the description but the best
answer is the one most people will usually relate to in their daily
lives. This is what makes bugtong, or bugtungan, an inherently
Pilipino riddle.

Example 3: Nagtago si Pedro, nakalabas ang ulo.

In this example the first phrase is: nagtago si Pedro (Pedro hides.)
The second phrase is: nakalabas ang ulo (his head is exposed.)
Both phrases end in words that rhyme: Pedro and ulo. The bugtong
uses a masculine name to symbolize physical strength. The name
Pedro, being a very common name, represents just about anything
and it also rhymes with ulo. The bugtong uses the symbolism to
refer to a common object that is strong and if hidden out of sight
would still have its head exposed. The answer is pako, or nail.

To Know More, Click: http://www.philippineriddles.com

Salawikain – Pangaral ng mga Matatanda

•June 17, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Sa Pilipinas, ang mga salawikaing Pilipino ay mga tradisyonal na kasabihang ginagamit ng mga Pilipino batay sa katutubong kalinangan, karunungan, at pilosopiya mula sa buhay sa Pilipinas. Katumbas din ng salitang salawikain ang sawikain (bagaman maaari ring tumukoy ang sawikain sa mga moto o idyoma), at ng Ilokanong sarsarita. Nilalarawan ang salawikain nagmumula sa Pilipinas bilang makapangyarihan at makatang pagpapadama at payak na anyo ng mga pahiwatig. Kapag ginamit sa pang-araw-araw na pag-uusap, gumaganap ang mga salawikain bilang mga pagbibigay diin sa isang punto o isang kaisipan ng paliwanag o dahilan: ang Pilisopiyang Pilipino. Isang tanyag na katutubong salawikaing Pilipino ang mga katagang: Ang taong hindi marunong umalala sa kaniyang pinanggalingan ay hindi makakarating sa kaniyang paroroonan. Isa itong salawikaing Tagalog na naglalahad at humihikayat sa isang tao upang bigyan ng pagpapahalaga ang muling pagtanaw sa kaniyang pinagmulan at pinag-ugatan. Ipinababatid din ng kasabihang ito ang isang pagpapahalagang Pilipinong tinatawag na utang na loob, ang pagbibigay ng angkop na pahalaga at pagtingin sa mga taong nakatulong sa isang tao para magtagumpay sa buhay o adhikain. Pinagpangkat-pangkat ni Damiana L. Eugenio, isang propersor mula sa Unibersidad ng Pilipinas, may-akda ng Philippine Proverb Lore (1975), at tinagurian ding “Ina ng Kuwentong-Bayan ng Pilipinas”ang mga salawikaing Pilipino sa anim na mga kaurian o kategorya ayon sa mga paksa: ang mga salawikaing etikal (yung mga nagsasaad ng isang pangkalahatang gawi hinggil sa buhay at sa mga batas na nangangasiwa sa mismong pamumuhay), ang mga salawikaing nagmumungkahi ng mga pagpapahalaga at nagtatakwil sa mga bisyo, ang mga salawikaing nagpapadama ng isang sistema ng mga pagpapahalaga, ang mga salawikaing naglalahad ng mga pangkalahatang katotohanan at mga pagmamasid tungkol sa buhay at kalikasan ng tao, ang mga salawikaing nakakatawa, at ang iba pang mga salawikain.

Para Sa Karagdagang Kaalaman, bumisita sa: http://www.philippinesalawikain.com

Patulong.com – Tulong Tulong Para Sagot Ay Matamo

•June 17, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Good Day Guys! Looking for answers to your questions but does not find all the info on the net. You can ask for help at http://www.patulong.com

 
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