Japanese was taught in the Filipino schools. Tagalog was used for writing. The economy suffered, and farmers had to find new ways to make money.
A good place to find out more about HP jobs in the Philippines is on the Philippines section of the HP website. There is information available such as FAQs and job searches.
The best way to find information about an occupation is to ask workers in that field. If it is a job that required training, a university or technical school can also be a great resource.
Veranda in Japanese traditional houses are called Engawa.(Find more information by opening the link below)
In library books, on the internet, etc.
Have you tried http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philippines? They may have links and point you in the right direction, if not an outright good answer.
Information can be found by asking associates of a local garden shop in your area or online. There are also various books on japanese plants and flowers.
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The Phoenix is a Japanese Breed with wonderfully long tails and have a calm disposition.
One can find information about Japanese Anime characters from the following sources: Japanse Through Anime, IGN, Wikipeida, Read or Dream, Japan Talk, Absolute Anime, Select Smart, Smart Poo.
You can always search Japanese Green Tea in Wikipedia to get whatever basic information you are looking for. There are also a couple of good websites. JapaneseGreenTeaOnline.com and Teavana.com are both sites that give you information on the tea and you can also buy then tea.
The Philippines . there are thousands of great hackers in the philippines.
what are the active volcanoes in philippines and where we find it
One can find information regarding CPA salaries on many websites online. CPA Exam's website displays the salary for these accountants as of 2013 and show the employment outlook for this occupation as well.
There are quite a number of places where one can look to find a military academy in the Philippines. One in the Philippines is the PMA, which stands for Philippines Military Academy.
He claimed the Philippines for King Henry II. REALLY?!YOU REALLY THINK THAT! WHERE DID YOU FIND THIS INFORMATION FROM?! YOUR MOMMY?!
O-daiko, chu-daiko, oki-daiko, and shime-daiko. You can find more information about japanese drums and other world drums at "drumstyles.com".
Most of the libraries have very interesting books about different countries including Japan. Magazines like National Geography, travel and the Financial journal can give some information about Japanese culture and more.
Many big cities have a Japanese or Asian cultural center. Many cities around the world also have ikebana flower schools.
a Japanese dictionary
A Japanese restaurant.
You can find this by looking up the governmental information of the area. There should be a list of your congressperson listed there.
Dr. Paulo Campos (1921-2007), who built the first radioisotope laboratory in the Philippines, was a specialist in nuclear medicine. You can find more information about him on the Related Link below.