Why Filipino Nannies
Filipino people are hard workers and constantly striving for excellence. This comes from an inherent desire to succeed, but also they have a duty of care for their families.
The majority of Filipino women will not only be earning for themselves, so you can be rest assured that they will be taking their careers incredibly serious.
Another defining characteristics in Filipino nannies is their dedication and optimism. They work hard to provide for their families, regardless to it’s struggle. It is that level of optimism and positive thinking to which you will want to instill in your own children.
One of the most beautiful characteristics of a Filipino is their love for their food. From a young age many young Filipinos will be encouraged to learn to cook with their families. You can relax, safe in the knowledge that your family will be receiving great, healthy food from a passionate and loving cook.
They are a naturally gifted care giver. They’ll make a wonderful addition to your family and bring an air of warmth and compassion into your home. A softhearted and caring people, with a unique sense of humor. with so much to bring to the table, there’s no wonder why so many people are requesting Filipino Nannies to help them in raising their children.
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A Brief History of the Philippines
A brief history of the Philippines can be traced back to over 300 years ago when Spanish explorer Ruy López de Villalobos landed on the island of Mindanao. The first settlers in the Philippines were the Austronesian people, who established trading posts along the coasts of Mindanao and Luzon. The first Europeans to arrive were the Portuguese, who arrived in 1521. The Spanish followed two years later and established Manila as their colonial capital.
During the colonial period, the Philippines was divided into numerous encomiendas, or land grants given to Spanish aristocrats and military officers. These landowners extracted tribute from the native population and used brute force to maintain their power. In 1896, a nationalist movement led by Emilio Aguinaldo forced Spain to relinquish control of the Philippines to America. The Americans installed a colonial government led by William Howard Taft, which continued to rule until 1946.
After World War II, Japanese forces occupied much of Southeast Asia and threatened Australia’s possessions in the region. General Douglas MacArthur launched Operation OLYMPIC-58, a campaign designed to recapture the Philippines from Japan. After six months of fierce fighting, Manila was liberated on February 4, 1945. American rule resumed and has remained unchanged since then.
The Philippines history post ww2 is full of turmoil with the Japanese occupation and american rule. Many Filipinos welcomed the americans as liberators, but others saw them as imperialist invaders. The Philippines experienced a number of political upheavals during American rule, including the Martial Law period of 1972 to 1981. This period was marked by widespread human rights abuses and a breakdown in law and order. In 1986, the Philippines declared its independence from America and became a republic.
The Philippines is one of Asia’s most diverse countries. It has over 7,000 islands, many of which are still largely unexplored. The country is home to numerous cultures and languages, including Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilocano, Bikolano, Hiligaynon, Waray-Waray and Pangasinan. Filipinos are known for their warm hospitality, caring nature and strong sense of community. They are also renowned for their martial arts skills and for their talent in music and dance
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