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The Gusi Peace Prize is a Philippines based award recognising individuals working toward the attainment of peace and respect for human life and dignity.[1] It has been referred to as the Asian equivalent of the Nobel Peace Prize by its proponent. [2][3] The award is given to 10 to 15 people each year, who must attend the awards night to receive it.[2]Gusi Peace Prize is given to distinguished individuals or groups worldwide with exemplary contributions to peace and human rights, in Scientific Discoveries, Politics, Academe, Performing Arts, Literature, Medicine or Physiology, Journalism, Humanities, Chemistry, Physics, Economics, Business & Philanthropy, Religion, Internationalism and others. The annual Gusi Peace Prize Awards is run by the Gusi Peace Prize Foundation, an organisation based in Manila that performs humanitarian work for poor communities in the Philippines. The foundation was created in 2003 by Barry Gusi to continue the philanthropic work of his parents.[1] In 2008, the Philippines government designated the third November of each year 'Gusi Peace Prize International Friendship Day'.[4] Contents 1 Recipients 2 2010 Laureates 2.1 2009 2.2 2008 2.3 2007 2.4 2006 2.5 2005 2.6 2004 2.7 2003 2.8 2002 3 See also 4 References 5 External links // Recipients 2010 Laureates Honourable Arnold Foote (Jamaica) Honourable Mary Chinery-Heese (Ghana) Dr. Michael Nobel (Sweden) Mr. Yank Barry (Canada) Dr. Art-Ong Jumsai (Thailand) Professor Jivko Jelev (Bulgaria) Major General Mahinda Hathurusinghe (Sri-Lanka) Professor Dr. Irinel Poppescu (Romania) Mr. Arne Veidung (Norway) Mr. Johan Schotte (Belgium) Mr. David Plattner (USA) Professor Raoul Parienti (Italy) Honourable Oliver "Buck" Revell (USA) Rev. Fr. Rocky Evangelista (The Philippines) Consul General Lo Seng Chung (China) Mr. Walter Maibaum (USA) Mr. Demetri Argyropoulos (Greece) Dr. Rainer Krell (Germany) Ambassador Ivonne A-Baki (Ecuador) 2009 Bob Filner (USA) Christine M. Warnke, Ph.D. (USA) Her Royal Highness Princess Fuziah Raja Uda (MALAYSIA) Hon. Massimo Romagnoli (ITALY) Ambassador Preciosa S. Soliven (PHILIPPINES) Lea Salonga (PHILIPPINES) Alexey Steele (RUSSIA) Ali Nasuh Mahruki (TURKEY) Charalambos Lambrou (CYPRUS) Madam Timi Bakatselos (GREECE) Madam Surapee Rojanavongse (THAILAND) Dr. Ho Son Fat (MACAU) Dr. Rudiger Losch (GERMANY) Natividad Mercedes Meza (PARAGUAY) Dr. Liu Chi Chun (TAIWAN) Silvia Scherer (SWITZERLAND) The Most Rev. Fr. Joseph A. Faller (PHILIPPINES) Ali Nasuh Mahruki (TURKEY) Dr. Alice Chui (HONG KONG) Professor Emil-Silvio Ciobata (ROMANIA) 2008 Congressman Gus Bilirakis from (USA) Dr. James Boss of (Singapore) Kevin Kwan from (Hong Kong) Dr. Henry Lee (USA) Speaker of the House Tan Sri Pandikar Mulia (Malaysia) Charles Njonjo, (Kenya) Dr. Dan Zoltan Reinstein (UK) Rolf Schwind (Germany) Giorgios Tassou (Cyprus) Dr. Harold Lindsay Thompson (Australia) Rosario Uriarte (Philippines) Antonio Lopez (Philippines) 2007 Ceremony held at Meralco Theater in Pasig City on November 21.[5] Constancia de Guzman (Philippines)[6][7][8][9][10] Persida Rueda-Acosta (Philippines)[7][8][9][10] Heherson T. Alvarez (Philippines)[7][8][9][10] Dr. Shigeru Suganami (Japan)[7][10] Dr. Tae Sup Lee (Korea)[7][10] Yu Pang Lin (China)[7][10] Dr. Farland Stanley (USA)[7][10][11] Michalos Constantine (Greece)[7][10] Thomas Cheng Wai Yu (Hong Kong)[7][10] George Bistis (USA)[7][10][11] Dr. Peter Schantz (USA)[7][10][11] Dr. Phet Phongternith (Thailand)[7][10] Lt. Gov. Elmo Johnson (Federated States of Micronesia)[7][10] Vice President Elias Camsik Chin (Palau)[7][10] Sen. Ney Robinson Suassuna (Brazil)[7][10] 2006 The awards were presented by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, at Meralco Theater on 22 November 2006.[7][12] Datuk Ismail Mohammad (Malaysia)[2][3][7][12] Gov. Carl T.C. Gutierrez (Guam)[12] Dr. Ioannis Lyras (Greece)[12] Justice Ram B. Jethmalani (India)[12] Former President Fidel Valdez Ramos (Philippines)[12] Master Bup Kwan (Republic of Korea)[12] Rev. Father Corsie Legaspi (Philippines)[12] Ambassador Tarmizi Taher (Indonesia)[12] Dr. Leung Ping Chung (Hong Kong)[12] Dr. Felipe I. Tolentino (Philippines)[12] Katya Grineva (Russia)[12] Alan John Hackett (New Zealand)[12] Director Carlo J. Caparas (Philippines)[12] Madam Wang Zushi (People’s Republic of China)[12] Supreme Master Ching Hai (Vietnam)[12] 2005 Dr. Anthony C. H. Wong (Hong Kong) Sis. Arlene Riccio and The Daughters of St. Mary of Providence (Vatican) George Dovellos (Greece) Regina Paz L. Lopez (Philippines) David T. Bussau (New Zealand) Prof. Li Qi (China) Jose Mari Chan (Philippines) Cong. Madeleine Z. Bordallo (Guam) Dr. Sundaram Natarajan (India) Archbishop Nikitas Lulias (Greece) Ma. Alexandra Prieto-Romualdez (Philippines) Malcolm William Prowse (Australia) Maria Coop (Australia) Mayor Edward S. Hagedorn (Philippines) 2004 Georg Von Dziembowski (Germany) Dr. Peter K. W. Fong (Hong Kong) Eugene Torre (Philippines) Douglas Maclagan (UK) Archbishop Gaudencio B. Rosales (Philippines) Rodolfo “Dolphy” V. Quizon (Philippines) Dr. Iichiro Ohhira (Japan) Sen. John Michael Quinata (Guam) Hiro Kundamal (Pakistan) Mayor Feliciano R. Belmonte Jr. (Philippines) Lee Xiu Mien (China) Fundador “Fundy” C. Soriano (Philippines) Carmela “Mel” Tiangco (Philippines) 2003 Maximo V. Soliven (Philippines) Enrique P. Syquia (Malta) Fernando Poe Jr. (Philippines) Queen Gloria Gibbon Salii (Palau) Dean Julita V. Sotejo (Philippines) Tommy Remengesau (Palau) Dr. Fe del Mundo (Philippines) Jesse Anderson Lujan (Guam) Teresita Ang See (Philippines) Carmen Fernandez (Guam) Mildred A. Go (Philippines) Sen. Rodolfo Biazon (Philippines) Julius Babao (Philippines) 2002 Anthony Quinn (USA) Angelo T. Reyes (Philippines) Robert Barbers (Philippines) Benjamin Abalos (Philippines) Sen. Aquilino Pimentel Jr. (Philippines) See also Ramon Magsaysay Award References ^ a b "GUSI PEACE PRIZ - MANILA, PHILIPPINES". Retrieved 2009-09-17.  ^ a b c "Asian version of Nobel Peace Prize". The Star (Malaysia). June 14, 2008.  ^ a b "Filipino peace prize for Nik Aziz". New Straits Times (Kuala Lumpur): p. 26. June 4, 2008.  ^ "Proc1476". Retrieved 2009-09-18.  ^ Tet Andolong (November 26, 2007). "Gusi Peace Prize honors 2007 laureates". Business Mirror.  ^ Joyce Pangco Pañares (November 21, 2007). "Graftbuster wins Gusi peace prize". Manila Standard Today. [dead link] ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Teresa Andolong (16 January 2008). "International man of peace". Business Mirror.  ^ a b c [1] ^ a b c "Alvarez a recipient of this year’s Gusi Peace Prize Award". Manila Bulletin. November 18, 2007.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Anna Karagiannopoulos (14 December 2007). "Gusi Peace Prize Laureates for 2007". Washington: Voice of America.  ^ a b c "Peter Schantz awarded 2007 Gusi Peace Prize". CCID Spectrum 3 (7). January/February 2008.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "PGMA confers 2006 Gusi Peace Prize to 15 great achievers of the world". Gov.Ph : The Official Government Portal of the Republic of the Philippines. 23 November 2006. Retrieved 2009-06-11.  External links Official website "Video-Report on Gusi Peace Prize 2009 ceremony".  "President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo hosts state luncheon in Malacañang for 2009 Gusi Peace Prize laureates".  "Award-giving body traces roots to WW2 guerrilla". The Philippine Star. February 17, 2006.  (inc. list of prominent Gusi Peace Prize laureates) 2007 Gusi Peace Prize, Supreme Master Ching Hai International Association This award-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This Philippines-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e