The Struggles of a Working Student

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I’ve always thought that taking up Law would lead me to a lifestyle similar to what I’ve had experience in undergraduate school. Back then, I can wake up late and not worry on what I have studied until an hour before the actual class. Well…. scratch that. I only study a night before the long exams. Every time our schedule permits, which was most of the time, we head straight to Goro’s – a bar near our school. I can even insert Tae Kwon Do training schedules thrice a week. Sometimes, I stayed at the city’s public Tennis Park and watched people skate everyday. Continue reading “The Struggles of a Working Student”

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What it feels like to be living alone 14 hours away from your hometown

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My baby brother sent me these photos this morning. The sunflowers in our front yard are blooming while the old wooden fence were already painted white. It made me home sick and miss my family even more.

Living in the city and away from home is not easy. Aside from the environment and cultural differences, there Continue reading “What it feels like to be living alone 14 hours away from your hometown”

Ma’Rosa Screening, Q&A with Brillante Ma Mendoza

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If you haven’t heard it yet, Jaclyn Jose, portraying the character of  Rosa Reyes, won the Best Actress Award in the recently concluded Festival de Cannes 2016. It was a great opportunity for me to be able to watch the film as a part of our company’s anniversary and on top of that, the man behind the film himself – Director Brillante Ma Mendoza – attended the screening and conducted a short Q&A with us Continue reading “Ma’Rosa Screening, Q&A with Brillante Ma Mendoza”