YOLO: 7 Things the Youth Can Do in Preparation for the Future

YOLO or You Only Live Once. This generation has put much value in enjoying life in a manner of wasting it, when one would rather go to clubs and parties, mess up in a socialite environment, and spend the money given to them by their parents on things that actually do not have a long-term benefit at all. To this attitude, they reason out that … Continue reading YOLO: 7 Things the Youth Can Do in Preparation for the Future

The Christmas Bucket List

It’s that time of the year again,the time where bells are ringing, carolers are singing, and some are just at their humble abodes figuring out what to do for the holidays. Our childhood has been based so much on the arrival of Santa Claus that as we got older, we have forgotten the real spirit of Christmas. So I decided to make a bucket list … Continue reading The Christmas Bucket List

Thank You from PJMA: JUAN BIG IDEA (Visayas Edition)

The Philippine Junior Marketing Association shares its utmost gratitude to all the junior marketers and sponsors who took part with us in this year’s JUAN BIG IDEA: Taking Marketing Thoughts into Flight, Visayas Edition. The attendees were definitely filled with delight with Ms. AMOR MACLANG, a Globally Award Winning Brand Architect who is most known for the person behind the viral social media component of the Lola Techie for … Continue reading Thank You from PJMA: JUAN BIG IDEA (Visayas Edition)

The Pursuit of Understanding: What it Takes to be a Wallflower

I’ve always been curious of what it feels like to be behind walls, to lurk in the shadows, and what it takes to become a wallflower. In order to draw out some conclusions, I decided to become a wallflower for a day. I sat alone quietly in our school’s hallways, ate alone, and remained silent for the rest of the day. Apparently, we have mistaken … Continue reading The Pursuit of Understanding: What it Takes to be a Wallflower

#HellWeek Tips

While many students are now having their semestral breaks, there are some who are still dealing with the seemingly endless school requirements. Everything’s pretty challenging, of course. In fact, there are times when things just get so tough that you feel like giving up. How about no? After all, there are some things you can do to be inspired or to have more energy and courage … Continue reading #HellWeek Tips

Living Puppets or Puppets for a Living?

Have you ever heard of the man who brings lifeless puppets to life? He does not just playfully stroke them with his magical hands that drive them into a swaying or bouncing motion; he also gives voices to them, as if they are real creatures that have come up on stage with him. Wan Lu, the Filipino ventriloquist, has made a name in the Philippines through his outstanding … Continue reading Living Puppets or Puppets for a Living?

ASEAN Students’ Forum on Human Rights 2015 application opens

The application for ASEAN Students’ Forum on Human Rights 2015 is now open. The forum will be held on March 15-21, 2015 at Bangkok, Thailand. Interested participants must possess the following qualifications: ASEAN undergraduate (Every faculty is welcomed.) interested in Human Rights issues good command in English friendly and open minded The following requirements must be submitted on or before January 15, 2015 before midnight … Continue reading ASEAN Students’ Forum on Human Rights 2015 application opens

CIMA Global Business Challenge 2015, Now Open

This year’s Chartered Institute of Management Accountants Challenge, an international business competition for undergraduates around the world, is now open. It is a four-member team competition which aims to showcase the participants’ talent in business management, as they also learn how to be business leaders of the future. The teams are required to analyze a real-life business case study using a given scenario and submit … Continue reading CIMA Global Business Challenge 2015, Now Open

Typhoon “Hagupit” may landfall in the Philippines

Hagupit, an international name of the typhoon over the Pacific Ocean may enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Wednesday morning, according to PAGASA weather advisory. It is expected to turn into a strong typhoon by the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) of the US Navy. It was located based on all available data at 1,278 km east of Hinatuan, Surigao Del Sur (8.5ºN, … Continue reading Typhoon “Hagupit” may landfall in the Philippines

Asian Youth Leaders Travel and Learning Camp 2015 Registration Opens

The registration for the 2015 edition of the Asian Youth Leaders Travel and Learning Camp (AYLTLC)  is now open for interested youth participants. The camp, which happens in Singapore from February 26 to March 2, 2015, aims to bring student leaders worldwide and provide them activities which will further equip them to be effective leaders. It also hopes that its participants will understand and appreciate the multiracial societies within … Continue reading Asian Youth Leaders Travel and Learning Camp 2015 Registration Opens

ASEAN – Japan Youth Forum Opens for Youth Leaders

The ASEAN Japan Youth Forum, an opportunity for youth collaboration organized by Indonesian, Japanese, and ASEAN authorities, is now open for applications. The forum, which will be held at Bengkulu, Indonesia on March 4-7, 2015, aims to gather 100 talented youth participants from schools and organizations in Japan and ASEAN member countries. The creative space that will be provided by the event hopes that the … Continue reading ASEAN – Japan Youth Forum Opens for Youth Leaders