They say that a message would be greatly and perfectly felt if it was said in your own tongue. So I will try my best to deliver this message in our every day Cebuano- English language. MAMA UG PAPA Daghang salamat sa tanan. Sa supporta (both financial and moral), sa memories, ug labaw sa tanan […]



Finally Bagging My Bachelor’s Degree

PS I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Linguistics and Literature. Graduating with Latin honors was a bonus. >< —————————————————————————- After four years, I finally graduated from the university. When I was still studying, I thought four years was a long period of time. Now that school’s over, well, I think four years was not enough. […]

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Miss Transnational

Rachel Anne Pagador, commonly called by her friends as Rachel, is Filipino-Chinese by ethnicity and American by nationality. She was born in Los Angeles, California to a Filipino-Chinese mother and a Filipino father. You can easily recognize her. Her hair, which was originally jet black like most Asians have, is now often colored brown and […]

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Water Affinity

Perhaps I was a fish in my previous life. That would be the sole reason for my endless love for water and swimming. Whenever I get close to any body of water, be it the sea, river, or even the swimming pool, I find it extremely hard to resist its allure. First, I would dip […]

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Going Back Home

“And when the day arrives, I’ll become the sky and I’ll become the sea and the sea will come to kiss me for I am going home. Nothing can stop me now.” -Trent Reznor The mere idea of going back home never fails to thrill me. Ask my college friends. I’m at my happiest when […]

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