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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Gene Smith 
 
 Article Title :: That Filipino Part of America
 
In 1587, Luzon Indians were among a crew and landing party at Morro Bay in California. This was during the Spanish Occupation of California. Hence, the thread of Filipino influence in the United States stretches back over 400 years. At present, there are over 2,000,000 persons living in the U.S. who are either Filipino/Filipina or descendents of these people.It is generally accepted that there has been four "waves" of Filipino immigration.Prior to 1700s, Several Philippine-style fishing villages were established in Louisiana. These immigrants were credited with pioneering the dried shrimp industry on the Gulf Coast.Antonio Miranda Rodriguez Poblador, along with 44 oth  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Denny Knutson 
 
 Article Title :: Folding the American Flag - The 12 Folds and What They Signify
 
When we fold our American flag we fold the stripes toward the stars, for whereas the stripes represent the 13 original colonies that founded our republic and they are now embodied in the 50 sovereign states represented by the stars so that the stars cover the stripes on the flag.The 1st fold of our American Flag is a symbol of life. The 2nd fold is a symbol of our belief in the eternal life. The 3rd fold is made in honor and remembrances of the Veterans who have departed their prospective ranks who gave a portion of their life for the defense of our country to attain peace throughout the world, not to have been in vain and shall never be forgotten. The 4th fold repre  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Kenneth C. Hoffman 
 
 Article Title :: The New Americans
 
In order to preserve America’s reputation for being a refuge and a nurturing environment for family living, we must allow all who wish to live here to do so. Certainly there must be controls, information records and deporting if necessary.Americans are fortunate to attract the cream of foreign society. The average emigrant is above average in ambition, intelligence, health and commitment. The government should encourage the learning of English as a second language by providing free language classes to all who would attend. Bi-lingual signs are necessary for the expedient flow of information It has no effect on the wish to learn English. Free education is the key to a   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Nadeem Alam 
 
 Article Title :: Representation of Female "Figure and Character" in Art and Literature of Pakistan
 
Female figure has always been in the limelight in the works of artists and authors, who commented on the society, collective Psyche and behavioral changes through gradual evaluation of centuries. First in Subcontinent and subsequently in Pakistan, due to great influence of Hindu Mythology women have been depicted either as goddesses or witches, in accordance to their relationship to the class they abode in.In Pakistan, Art & Literature depicted woman as the tragic icon. In 1947, during cruel process of genocide she became the target of violence, all this changed the concept of her personality, and during each freedom movement she had to endure all the consequences.In Art, U  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 
 Article Title :: Sanskrit and Tocharian
 
The Tarim Basin and Turkmenistan areas are exciting discoveries I have dealt with in many other books. Tocharian is related to Luwian and it is even possible that Luwian (Crete) script is on the stones at 2200 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico according to side scan sonar pictures of that most important and yet to be visited site. Crete and Tarim connections are all over the world and I hope this little portion of some linguist’s work is helpful to my readers.“The Tocharian is one of the recently discovered Indo-European languages (at the beginning of the XX century) in texts coming from Chinese Turkestan. Such texts were easy to decipher, because of their being writ  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Gene Smith 
 
 Article Title :: Potomac River People
 
The Potomac is a river in North America. It stretches from the Fairfax Stone in West Virgina to Point Lookout, Maryland. It travels through Cumberland, Maryland, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia and, finally, to Washington, D.C. It's not an exceptionally long river (383 miles), however, it has had an impact on millions of people.If you would, permit this aged, old man (a senior by today's standards) to take you to a few spots on the river of yesteryear.Our first stop is Kitzmiller, Maryland about 15 miles East of the river's beginning. Kitzmiller is my home town.When I was a kid in the 50s, the town had a population of about 600. The population was about half-Anglo and ha  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Michael Cooper 
 
 Article Title :: Hamlet - A Brief Synopsis - Shakespeare
 
Horatio and other guards witness the ghost of their recently deceased king. Horatio quickly reports the viewing to the king’s only son, Hamlet. Hamlet decides to attempt to communicate with the ghost, and, against friendly advice, follows the ghost when beckoned. The ghost of the king reveals to Hamlet the secrets of a well planned murder, one already committed, the murder of the king. Hamlet is infuriated, and is convinced to attempt revenge.Polonius, father of Laertes and Ophelia, Hamlet’s only love, is an advisor to the new king. Hamlet begins to act strangely, and when Ophelia tells Polonius of Hamlet’s new personality, Polonius decides to investigate with consent of  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Michael Cooper 
 
 Article Title :: The Pearl - John Steinbeck - Book Review - Essay
 
John Steinbeck’s The Pearl, starts off by introducing a simple family living by the sea. Kino, a diver whose skills have been pasted down from generation to generation, his young wife Juana, and his son Coyotito who gets bitten by a scorpion and falls deathly ill. At this point in the story the dilemma truly unfolds. Kino goes out the next day to do some diving, ironically he finds a pearl that seems to be very large and will bring him great wealth, at least that’s what he thinks. This part of the story is where things get a little twisted. That morning the doctor was supposed to come over and take a look at Coyotito, instead he did not come. Then when Kino finds the pearl the do  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Michael Cooper 
 
 Article Title :: Othello - Shakespeare - Play Essay - Review
 
Although it was produced in 1604, William Shakespeare’s play Othello still relates to the everyday situations of certain people. In the play, Shakespeare gives the reader situations of misguided trust, wrongful mistrust, and overpowering love. All of which are still around in modern lives, especially that of my own.Today it often occurs that people tend to keep their enemies closer than their friends. This is done in hopes that the person can undermine his enemy with friendly persuasion to participate in a wrong doing rather than using brute force. In the story, Iago befriends Othello in hopes of one day gaining Cassio’s position of Lieutenant. Because he feels overlooked   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Eric Lim 
 
 Article Title :: Italian Architects In Bangkok – Monuments To Their Artistry
 
Italian architects in Bangkok, Annibale Rigotti and MarioTamagno have created magnificent landmarks in the city, a throne hall, two palaces, an old Catholic church of Portuguese origin, a memorial library for a Danish Protestant and the building housing the seat of government, Government House.The two architects came to work in Bangkok at the turn of the 20th century during the reign of King Rama V, when the king decided to build a new palace complex in Dusit Garden. Their work in Bangkok during the Fifth and Sixth Reigns was to leave an indelible impression for years to come.Turin is a city known for Fiat, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, fashion design and its School of Arc  (read full article)
 
 
 
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