The last day of the 4-day seminar has already ended. We have already parted ways and we do not know if we will be able to see each other again. The fun and exciting experience was worthwhile.

During the final day, we were told to make a video in promoting peace. We were going to do it in the windows movie maker. I had no idea on what to put in the video @@ so I just placed some pictures and added music. My friends on the other hand had already skillfully planned their video. Theirs turned out good, mine turned out simple. But overall, the organizers and seminarians told us that we did a pretty good job. 😀

Oh yeah!! And photoshooooots! xD We took pictures with organizers and took our certificates! That’s the end of the seminar-workshop on the use of ICT in conflict and post-conflict areas. 🙂 It’s all about PEACE 😉



Curse you Pie..!!

During the third day of the seminar-workshop, for snacks in the afternoon they served us buko pie…It was evil . DX It didn’t want us to eat it. 😦 It was a baaad bad buko pie. T_T And it was my first time trying it.

Now I’m frustrated, I can’t upload the photo. OTL [[sorry]]

Nis, she was the victim. The evil buko pie was so hard to eat. It was very messy and it’s crust was haaaard. EPIC FAIL FREE FOOD.


Third day of the seminar!

Check this out!

I made a webpage on shoujo mangas for the seminar-workshop. 🙂

Shoujo Madness

Kyaa! Strobe Edge >///<

A simple website on reviews about some shoujo mangas.  \(>w<)/

It’s not done yet though. xD

P.S.  Shoujo  is one of the genres in Japanese comics.

Blogging for Peace

Peace be with you! (O_O)

Right now I’m actually attending a  4-day seminar-workshop on the Use of ICT in conflict and post-conflict areas. Sponsored by the National Computer Center, Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication, and United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. Basically, it’s about peace (I think so). Peace is a very common topic in most seminars, because just last week I attended a seminar lecturing us about peace and blogging too. So this isn’t new to me anymore. There’s this guy Oliver Robillo, he was the one who taught us the steps in blogging. That explains my first post “Attain Inner Peace”.

In this seminar there are just about 20 of us attending it. Each representing a high school in our city. This a very fun experience, learning new things and meeting new friends! Not to mention the free food. Check out my friends’ blogs: Janie, Nis, and Paul. They’re veterans in blogging. (unlike me..) 😀

Later this afternoon we will be creating a social network site. A guy named Joel Yuvienco will lecture us. Then tomorrow we will be making a video and on Saturday the certificates!! Plus a class photo. *teehee X3


I’m so happy, no school for 4 days, but I would be missing a lot and my exams will be next week…I’M DOOOOOMED! :O

Attain Inner Peace

Peace, what is it really? In my opinion, peace is when there is unity and harmony, that’s typically what peace means. It is when everyone gets along. There is no war, no discrimination, and no conflict. Peace to me also means finding solutions to existing problems. It’s a way of being at ease with yourself and with everybody else. Peace is basically the most essential part in every nation. Without it, a nation might not progress.

Nowadays peace is very desirable. If there is no peace the whole human race will be destroyed. Why? Because when there will be war, we will be faced with atomic bombs and UFOs. That would be scary, so let’s promote peace. To help build peace in a nation, one must first build peace within himself. We must learn how to respect, accept, and appreciate ourselves. How can you build peace if you yourself cannot achieve peace within yourself? Let us work hand in hand to achieve this, let us spread peace.

Wouldn’t it be great to imagine a place without war, without discrimination, without misunderstandings and without prejudice? Imagine in the Philippines, in Mindanao, Muslims and Christians together not fighting but befriending each other. It would be a much better place for everyone to live in. In our school I have rarely seen Muslims and Christians in a fight. I usually see them working together, like doing projects, assignments, or just hanging out. Everyone in our school is treated equally and fairly. The key to this is respect and understanding. If you want peace in your school or community, you should start by respecting each others’ differences. You should respect their cultures and religions and try to understand them. Once you do this you would be able to develop high viewpoints about them, and thus creating peace. 🙂