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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/11 Emma Granger Lesley Simon Kay Singleton Philippine s
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5/7/11 World Region Southeast Asia
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5/7/11 Culture Philippine people are descendants of migrants from Indonesia and Malaysia. The largest ethnic minority is Chinese but many Filipinos have some Spanish, American, Arab, and Indian ancestry.
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5/7/11 History The Philippine Islands were ruled by the Spanish The Spanish brought Roman Catholicism The Philippine Islands became independent in 1946. They are now a Republic Government. Executive branch- President and Vice President Legislative-bicameral
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5/7/11 Official national language: Filipino (based on Tagalog) There are over 87 different languages and dialects spoken
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5/7/11  Religions 90% of the population is Christian 80% Roman Catholic 10% Christian denominations 10% Muslim
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5/7/11 Health Statistics More than 25 % of Cardiovascular of all deaths High rate of HIV and AIDS Life Expectancy Male—67 years Females—72 years
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