By Marissa Mabalot-Bomogao. OUR world seems to be changing at a rate that is too fast for the average person to keep up with. It’s a good interesting life that most foreigners had survived living in a foreign country like the Philippines. In Baguio city alone ,foreign students flock in the universities. With more intensive commitment to stay in a foreign land sacrificing more time, money and energy, it is worthwhile to know that most of these foreign students had overcome all challenges and struggles they experienced as the saying goes “Time and place is no barrier to learning.”
It’s a privilege to have attended the graduation celebration of the Baguio International Students Organization held March 16, 2013 at Hotel Supreme. It’s a learning experience getting to know other people’s culture, belief and practices. The event was organized by Nabil Saeed one of the graduating students who hails from Sudan. Baguio International Students Organization comprises a group of foreign students from Ethiopia, Somalia Eritrea, Sudan, Palestine, Jerusalem, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, India and Pakistan. Read more...