The historic moment that is said-to-be one of the key factors to contribute positive change in the United States, and the world in general. The Inauguration of the first black (american, african) President of the United States of America, the 44th President, Barack Obama. I have been watching the coverage via the kind courtesy of CNN that has also been broadcasting the event … [Read more...] about Barack Obama sworn in as the President of the United States
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The present singing sensation of the Philippines, Charice Pempengco has made the Philippines proud again, just like she did all throughout her sparkling career in the international scene, from the lone Little Big Star screened locally, to the most viewed channels of You Tube, eventually being invited to a foreign event, and hitting the big television screen via Oprah. The … [Read more...] about Obama pre-Inaugural Ball with Charice Pempengco
So the news has been continue spreading about the tragedy in Cagayan de Oro and the feedback regarding our follow-up post on the flash flood and feeding program start pouring in via emails and comments. All seeing the event from different interesting aspects which I would like to share to you. Credit first to the Global Voices Online that has given a little ping back to get … [Read more...] about Various views on CDO tragedy, but who cares?
Yesterday in school, a teacher based from the City of Vancouver, Canada conducted the second hour of class with us. It wasn't really related to any of our subjects especially Physics, which we were supposed to have during the second class. Instead, we talked about something else, something which is closely related to Values, something that is not quiet present on earth right … [Read more...] about What is Peace?
The city of Cagayan de Oro has been hit by heavy rainfall, just like we have reported earlier, but it wasn't really into much detail and those simple words do not fit the tragedy that has happened in Cagayan de Oro in the past few days. These pictures (here, here and here) may tell you a bit more about the tragic fate of our fellow brothers and sisters in Mindanao. While on my … [Read more...] about Cagayan de Oro flood victims Feeding Program