Joy! (May 9, 2006, 0) - I just got back from Chapters, the main bookstore chain here in
Toronto. I browsed through nine books and bought four. I’ll go into
more detail later, but I just wanted to share with you my joy in being
able to give one of the books to someone who perfectly fits it.
Sambhavi Chandrashekar doesn’t need to read Love
Documentary on Filipino teachers (August 14, 2006, 0) - Via School Librarian in Action (eruannie): Tals Diaz will make a documentary on Filipino teachers going to the US to work and teach. More info
I watched a documentary about the difficulties domestic helpers face
when they reunite with their families after years apart. “When
Strangers Meet” – it’s available at the Canadian Film Board.
I want to watch
Being Filipino (July 31, 2005, 0) - Saturday night’s barbecue with Sol Laforteza was _the_ best evening
I’ve had in Canada so far, and I owe so very much to Dr. Oposa for
introducing me to their wonderful family.
It was amazing how quickly they took me in and made me feel welcome.
Upon hearing that I’d graduated from Ateneo, no fewer than three
Atenistas started chatting
More thoughts about home (July 20, 2005, 0) -
ka edong is right. we do what we can. but coming back to the
philippines? i dunno. opportunities are not as plenty in the
philippines as in, say, the us, canada, australia or japan.
especially in my field (chemistry). how am i expected to do science
if i have to think what i’ll eat tomorrow? and what of instrument
Internationalization/localization in Filipino (February 5, 2004, 0) - From Mike S. Lacanilao on PLUG:
this only reminds me that we filipino dont really like to have or at
least to see a tagalized version of international apps..
isn’t good to have this recognition for our country..
I think it’s nice, like the way I think it’s nice that cellphones come
with Filipino prompts and Filipino sections