Balitaan

Nakapaloob dito ang mga artikulo at piling mga balita para sa AP1, AP2 at AP3. Maaaring gamitin ang mga ito ng guro sa talakayan sa klase o kaya’y maaaring bisitahin ito ng mga mag-aaral upang makakita ng mga mungkahing babasahin, artikulo o balita na magagamit bilang pagpapalalim sa kanilang mga kaalaman sa pag-aaral ng Araling Panlipunan.

Tingnan ang mga artikulo sa pamamagitan ng pag-click ng mga pamagat o imahe sa ibaba.

Mga Piling Artikulo, Balita at Babasahin para sa Araling Panlipunan 2

Kasaysayan ng Asya at Lipunan

Nakapaloob rito ang mga piling mga balita, artikulo, at babasahin para sa iba’t ibang rehiyong kabilang sa Asya.

Silangang Asya

Policemen removed some protesters at a courthouse in Dujiangyan, China, on Tuesday. Bereaved parents have demanded government investigations in the aftermath of the May 12 quake.

Chinese Stifle Grieving Parents’ Protest of Shoddy School Construction

Published: June 4, 2008
New York Times Online

A poster at a public health clinic in Japan reads, “Goodbye, metabo,” a word associated with being overweight. The Japanese government is mounting an ambitious weight-loss campaign.

Japan, Seeking Trim Waists, Measures Millions

Published: June 13, 2008

New York Times Online

Tibetans

Tibetans: Moving Forward, Holding On

By Lewis M. Simons

Photograph by Steve McCurry

( National Geographic Magazine, May 2008 )

China

Return to Changing China

(Originally published in the December 1971

National Geographic)

By Audrey Topping
Photograph by Audrey Topping

( National Geographic Magazine, May 2008 )

Qixing / epa-Corbis

Children orphaned by the quake wait for help in a refugee center in Mianyang. The tags around their necks signal their need for special care. (Photo taken from Newsweek Online)

Chinese orphanages are gearing up to take care of those who lost parents in the Sichuan quake.

By Manuela Zoninsein | Newsweek Web Exclusive

May 22, 2008 | Updated: 5:02 p.m. ET May 22, 2008

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