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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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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.

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JOHANNA’S STORY: HOME AND THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE

Botigues looms in the middle of nowhere. The middle of nowhere is how it’s often described. Perhaps this is why no one looks for it. No one cares to look for nowhere. And when they do, they talk about it as the quieter appendage to the more outgoing Bantayan.