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ROME’S STORY: WHEN A BISAYA BLOGGER BLOGS IN BINISAYA

While others still seek employment even months after graduation, I was lucky enough to land a job a month before leaving the university. - Rome Nicolas

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Story Nights Cebu – Those Were The Days

Last October 25, Story Nights: Cebu held another amazing night of stories celebrating the olden days with the theme 'Those were the days'. Story Nights Cebu - Those were the days The night was filled with stories surrounding 'Those Were the Days' -- stories about the good ol 'days, nostalgic childhoods, lost years, and carefree… Continue reading Story Nights Cebu – Those Were The Days

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MARGAUX’S STORY: I’M FILIPINO, DO I SMELL LIKE PORK?

While digging into my bowl of steaming Lechon Arroz Caldo from a local Cebuano restaurant, the thought of Filipinos smelling like pork crept into my mind. For the majority of Pinoys, pork is a consistent table choice.

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NYM’S STORY: MUSINGS OF A FOOL-TIME MOM

I’ve been told that I’m good looking and entirely stupid when it comes to math so to overcompensate for my good looks, so I became a smart mouth.

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ABIGAIL’S STORY: THE DRONE LADY

If you asked me a year ago if I could see myself working with drones today, I would have asked you what a drone was.

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CHRISTIAN’S STORY: HOW COLLEGE F*CKED ME UP

Then it hit me. This b*tch is graduating from high school. Not next week, but TODAY. I was SHOOKT, GIRL! No more “Bayang magiliw perlas ng silanganan”, but more independence! Goodbye Bantayan Island, hello big city!

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JM BEAN’S STORY: CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE

When I was 16, I left home and decided to live in a shelter for abused and abandoned children. I lived in that shelter for almost 3 years. In exchange for food and accommodation, I and my fellow volunteers would take turns cooking food for everyone, washing almost a hundred dishes a day, and doing the children's laundry among other tasks.