Three of A Kind
This is the last part of my birthday spree. I treated my friends to the movies. We watched The Hunger Games (probably my 3rd time watching) obviously. Haha. It doesn’t get old. I don’t know but I really like the movie. Well of course I’ve read the books. A fan does not care about any criticism from other people. If you hate The Hunger Games, it’s your opinion. :))
This is part two of my birthday celebration. I would never forget my friends in UP Manila Biology. They’re the best friends you can have. I love birthdays because of one reason: CAKES!!! Cookies and Cream ice cream cake from DQ tastes like heaven. Haha. :)
Yey for batch photos by (c)Paula Tayo!
I turned 20. I think this is the best birthday in my entire life. It beats all the children’s parties I had way before.
I hid my birth date in Facebook to see if people would actually remember my birthday. And yes, only a few people greeted me. And these few people are actually my REAL FRIENDS. Lol. I was disappointed because there was this one person who forgot to greet. I thought he would remember because he was really special to me.
So why is this the greatest birthday ever?
Well, the fact that we were the FIRST FEW PEOPLE to watch THE HUNGER GAMES in the whole country is just ridiculous! The great thing was we had the cinema to ourselves with less than 100 people inside. All credits go to Astroplus and Hunger Games Philippines.
I know this is a very late post but I still remember that day. The day I watched THG on my birthday. I know this may sound cocky but I think the cinema was reserved for my birthday. Haha. LOL.
The audience were Hunger Games fans like me of course. It feels so good when you watch a movie with people you can relate to. Everyone does the same thing: cry, scream, shout, gasp, and do the three-finger salute. That was really the best night ever.
I watched it with my fellow tributes: the tributes from the Philippines Hunger Games. And of course they were thoughtful enough to buy me a blueberry cheescake! CAKE! CAKE! CAKE!
And I was really puking rainbows because I was so high with all the happiness. Haha.
Photos (c)Jimdrix Diaz
Dr. Enrique Tayag
We were very desperate for an interview and it seems Ramon Bautista and Andy Eigenman did not reply to our request for an interview. Luckily, we were hitched with a famous public icon, DOH Assistant Secretary Dr. Enrique Tayag. Dr. Tayag is very famous with the media where he promotes DOH projects and he is the one who attends press conferences and appears on magazine covers. LOL.
I was star-struck at first because he was really white (because he has vitiligo). We were hesitant because we set our minds thinking that this man is a highly respected government official. It turned out that he was a very funny person but at the same time he takes our interview questions seriously and answers them very well. The interview did well according to our professor who watched the video.
I can’t post the interview since Dr. Tayag requested not to post it. I don’t know why.
I like how our professor comments on the video. Haha.
A Panel Discussion
This is a requirement for our communications class. I had fun doing this project especially with my groupmates. Haha.
Our topic tackles on sustainable mining in the Philippines. Yes, we’re talking about a serious issue here. LOL.
If you’re curious about the topic or just curious how we discuss things,
here’s the video. Click.