We or They is a short story that encompasses a well-built Marxist idea that shows the essential principles of socialism. Written by Hernando R. Ocampo, a Filipino writer, who focuses his story on how the Filipinos faced the harsh realities of the country after the Philippines was colonized by the...
– December 28, 1978) is a Filipino National Artist in the visual arts. He is also fictionist, a playwright and editor. Hernando Ruiz Ocampo was a leading radical modernist artist in the Philippines.
* Homage to Tandang Sora, 1977- painted by Hernando R. Ocampo (1911 - 1978)the material or medium used...
. Gonzalez, Manuel Viray at Angel G. de Jesus. Binigyan siya ng mga gantimpala para sa kanyang mga kwentong "Bakya," at “Rice and Bullets.” Sa ilalim ng mga Hapon, sumulat siya ng mga dula at naging pangunahing tagasulat ng dula at katuwang na direktor ng Associated Artists. Dahil sa natatnging kahusayan at...
RICE AND BULLETS
Hernando R. Ocampo
Without taking his breakfast, Tura left the house very early in the morning
with an old jute sack slung across his shoulder. Long ago the sack had contained rice for his family—
for his daughters Ine and Clara, for his little son Totoy, and for his wife Marta...
The short story written by Hernando R. Ocampo, entitled “We or They”, is the story of a very poor man, Tura, who left his house early one morning carrying a jute sack containing three big stones. He explains to his wife, Marta that according to Mr. Remulla those stones would represent the three...
Sunday and pinpointed five suspects.
Through Tulawi and Pala, the police have already identified the two suspects and three John Does, but De Ocampo did not yet divulge the names of the two suspects as not to jeopardize the on going police operations.
On the examinations done by the Scene...
we'll give our lives.
This song got many version
They say that in the army, the food is very nice
You ask for curry chicken, they give you chao ta rice
* I don't want to live an army life yah. i just want to live a simple life yah
pc i wanna go oc dunt let me go encik i wanna go hmmm yah* chorus
for ease of production, transportation and lying.
ARTIST WHO CONTRIBUTED THEIR WORKS AND SERVICES TO THE CENTER:
2.Fernando Zovel, Arthuro luz and Cesar Legaspi
5.Federico Aguilar Alvarez
6.Leonardo V. Locsin
, while valid at first, became illegal the moment he carried it out of his place of abode.
With regard to respondent Isagani Ocampo, his bare denial cannot overcome his positive identification by complainant and his witnesses. Physical evidence, such as the bullet marks on the walls of complainant's...
My Mother and Father were both born in Villamar Michoacan, De Ocampo Mexico it is a very small town with a population of 15,512 it is in the state/region of Michoacan de Ocampo, Mexico. My Grandfathers were born in Villamar Michoacan as well. My Grandmothers: my Father’s Mother was born in a...
-1960s) works, alongside those of peer, Hernando Ocampo are described as depictions of anguish and dehumanization of beggars and laborers in the city. These include Man and Woman (alternatively known as Beggars) and Gadgets'. Primarily because of this early period, critics have further cited Legaspi's...
"Prinsipe Tenoso," (Prince Tenoso) "Ibong Adarna," (Adarna Bird), "Siete Infantes de Lara," and the Juan Tamad series.
Francisco belonged to the first generation modernists who, with Edades and Galo B. Ocampo, constituted the pioneering triumvirate which attempted to change the direction of Philippine art...
the Boston artists and are considered his Boston-style works. And the other one is Hernando Ruiz Ocampo (1911 – 1978) was born in Manila and is one of the original Thirteen Moderns group of artists that was formed in 1938. These artists, including Vicente Manansala and Cesar Legaspi, re-grouped with...
foods, animals, germs.
2. From the New World (America) to the Old
1. corn, potatoes, tobacco, beans, peppers, manioc, pumpkin, squash, tomato, wild rice, etc.
2. also, syphilis
3. From Old World to the New
1. cows, pigs, horses, wheat, sugar cane, apples, cabbage, citrus, carrots, Kentucky bluegrass...
Hernando Ruiz Ocampo was a leading radical modernist artist in the Philippines and his works reflected the harsh realities of his country after the Second World War. The war has just ended but the aftermath was still as fresh as day. The Post-Hostilities were still on hike for a decade right after...
and guts just everywhere,
Napalm sticks to kids.
I've only seen it happen twice,
But both times it was mighty nice,
Shooting peasants planting rice,
Napalm sticks to kids.
Napalm, son, is lots of fun,
Dropped in a bomb or shot from a gun,
It gets the gooks when on the run,
Napalm sticks to...
Philippines. His mature abstract works have been said to be "characterized by calligraphic gestures and linear forces, and a sense of color vibrancy emanating from an Oriental sensibility." Joya's sense of color has been said to have come from the hues of the Philippine landscape, and his use of rice paper...
men’s socks instead—bought for three reales a pair, presumably from the Chinese merchant. Rizal also wanted to cash in on the demand, and once he had his own stocks to sell (two dozens sent by his sister), the trend ended. The merchant had sold most of his while Rizal had, as Ocampo put it, nearly 10...
No other state has a more varied of color past Louisiana. The state has been governed under 10 different flags beginning in 1954 with Hernando Desoto claim of
the region of Spain. La sale later claimed it for Bourbon France and over the years Louisiana was at one time or another subject...
” especially after working with Loiue Ocampo.
"Working with Louie Ocampo for the first time, I guess, it is the most memorable. Getting to know Louie Ocampo. Siyempre haligi talaga siya ng singing industry or the music industry. Being handled by Louie Ocampo excites me," she said....
dig their own mass graves, and then killed by the soldiers with blunt objects or buried alive. “ Bullets were not to be wasted”
The population were facing severe starvation, with a ration of two bowls of rice soup to be issued each day.
Diverse ethnic groups, including Buddhist, muslim, Christian, western...
American coast for England
America was discovered on October 12, 1492.
-Martin Luther- was the German monk who started the Protestant Reformation
-Hernando Cortez- was the 1st great conquistador (conqueror) and conquered the Aztecs
-Coronado- was the Spanish conquistador who explored Texas, New Mexico...
Hernando Ruiz Ocampo was a leading radical modernist artist in the Philippines. He was a member of the Saturday Group of artists (also known as the Taza de Oro Group), and was one of the pre-war Thirteen Moderns, a group of modernist artists founded by Victorio C. Edades in 1938. Famously...
The Inconvenient Truth
A New Critical and Marxist Analysis of “We Or They” by Hernando R. Ocampo
The story’s setting of a historical Philippine period portrays strong Marxist undertones that display the social class system and the different types of oppression that was evident during the...
History of Rap Music
Rap music is a type of music where an artist sings in verse and rhyme while following a certain beat. The word rap is mostly used as a synonym to the word hip hop. Rap music has its roots in African music. It was spread all over the world especially to America by a group of...
Juan Novicio Luna
His most famous piece, The Spoliarium, for which he won top prize at the 1884 Madrid Exposition, is currently in the National Museum in Manila.
Hernando R. Ocampo
His major works in the visual arts include Ina ng Balon, Calvary, Slum Dwellers, Nude with Candle and Flower...
Manuel L. Quezon (as President,de jure)
Jorge B. Vargas (as Presiding Officer of the Philippine Executive Commission and head of government, de facto)
Commissioner of the Interior
December 4, 1942 – October 14, 1943
Presiding Officer, PEC
Jorge B. Vargas...
The Ballot or the Bullet
by Malcolm X
April 3, 1964
Mr. Moderator, Brother Lomax, brothers and sisters, friends and enemies: I just can't believe everyone in here is a friend, and I don't want to leave anybody out. The question tonight, as I understand it, is "The Negro Revolt, and...
April 14, 2009
The Killer Angels
Michael Shaara’s The Killer Angels (1974) was rewarded the Pulitzer Prize – Winning Civil War Novel in 1975 and sold 2.5 million copies in print. It was said to be “The best and most realistic historical novel about war I have ever...
Chief Koko. He was ran over by one his jeeps when alighting from his vehicle. Eunice, Max’s Girlfriend, pulled out a pistol immediately and fired two bullets into Chief Koko’s chest as revenge for felling her boyfriend. Finally at the end this Abstract with Odili’s final words in the book; “I say you died...