Are Filipino parents raising children to obey and not question wrongs in society?
Thoughts and other things.
Today, I just submitted my final requirement for my masters — and just like that, this quest for further learning has come to an end. Cliche as it goes, time … Continue reading On further learning and finishing my masters
I realized the Chevening application for 2019-2020 is going to open again soon, and it has reminded me of the long (but very much worth it) road it took for … Continue reading #MyCheveningJourney: Applying, getting accepted, and living the Chevening dream
I was invited to be part of Festival Lampa 2018 in Cesis, Latvia. The climate change stage was organised by Riga Technical University and Climate KIC-Latvia. I did my talk … Continue reading Festival Lampa 2018
It’s official, today marks my last day working with Climate Tracker. It’s been one of the most exciting, fulfilling things I’ve done in the last three and a half years … Continue reading Climate Tracker, 3.5 years after
Last March 15, I went back to Cambridge to join a panel discussion with Sir David King, Lisa Walker of Ecosphere+, and David Morton. We each presented different takes on … Continue reading #CCLS2018 Panel: Climate Change is Now
Last February 22, I gave a lecture at the Cambridge University for the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series 2018. In behalf of Climate Tracker, I gave a 40-minute lecture on how … Continue reading My Lecture at Cambridge University: Engaging Youth in Climate Change through Journalism
I don’t think I’ve written about it here, but in 2017 I wrote a children’s book called “Where did all the Fireflies go?” which translated to Filipino is “Nasaan na … Continue reading “Where did all the Fireflies go?” as one of the best Filipino children’s books in 2017, according to Smart Parenting