Bakit Baligtad Magbasa ng Libro ang mga Pilipino?
|Publisher||Visual Print Enterprises|
|Media type||Print (Paperback)|
|Followed by||Ang Paboritong Libro ni Hudas|
Bakit Baliktad Magbasa ng Libro ang mga Pilipino? Mga Kuwentong Barbero ni Bob Ong (English: Why Do Filipinos Read Books In Reverse?) is the second book of the Filipino author, Bob Ong. It talks about the Filipino culture. The title was base in the way of foreign writings like Japanese, Chinese, Korean, etc. they are reverse writing than basic (left to right and top to bottom)."Mga Kwentong barbero ni Bob Ong" (Bob Ong's Barberman's Stories or The Stories of Barberman of Bob Ong or maybe The stories of Bob Ong's Barberman" anyway, that Subtitle was some of the Culture of barberman in Philippines which telling you some Stories while they Cutting your hair as to entertain you, not to become bored and also to being closed to you, So that you interested to come back to their barbershop by having rivalry from other competency. Ha! Ha! Ha! Just Like that.
this would be the sequel of ABNKKBSNPLAko? (mg kwentong chalk ni Bob Ong).after his school, He was become a teacher and he can't believe himself that after all he going back in school again so he decide to resign and work in a company with an American boss. he try to convince his Curious boss that always asking Bob about the Pilipino culture. Bob was convincing him that Philippines is a good country behind its dark background in politics, history, culture and system.
He was also talking about the whole details how Filipinos dealing with everyday life as living in their Country in humoriuos way but it's true. as he Explaining his Boss. Sometimes, Bob was Embarassed with him because some of his opinion was offensive. Some Filipinos are always have many negative thought on their country but when its comes to the Foreigner, they tell them that foreiner was have no rights to tell those Bad opinions. Filipinos have only the Rights. So anyone, Just Shut up okay!
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