This is my opinion on the article: 'I like to look smart': female dandies of DRC delight in extravagance -From The Guardian (https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/feb/08/sapeuses-female-dandies-of-drc-delight-in-extravagance). In the Democratic Republic of Congo, there is a female minority --- the "Sapeuses". They support an interesting subculture centered on the cities of Kinshasa and Brazzaville called Societe des Ambianceurs et … Continue reading On extravagant self-expression
It was never in my plans. It was not in my dreams. My childhood goal was to become an architect to build a home where my family and I could live in happily. However, God gave me opportunities that made me realize who I am and what will I be. I then knew that I … Continue reading About the Development Journalist:
For many a student, entering college is only to earn a degree; however in UPLB, being an Iskolar ng Bayan will not only mean staying up late to review lecture notes but also facing the talons of the real world.
Why can we not be contented with what we have?
“Tiis-tiis na lang. Sanay naman na ako.”
(If there are typographical errors, please disregard them for I wrote this entry at 4 in the morning.) As much as I don't want to, but I am a very awkward human being in person. You may think that I am a fun friend to be with, especially whenever you see my posts or comments … Continue reading Online Writer Blues
Before this year ends, I am glad to say that I "did the most of what I'll regret not doing later". So far, I can remember some highlights of this year. They're probably more that 25 but I can't recall most of 'em. 1. Passed a college entrance exam (that'll soon lead to the achievement … Continue reading My New Year Speech