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CINEMALAYA 2012 Movie Schedule

It is that time of the year again where Filipino movie buffs are served with the best Indie Films. This year, Cinemalaya will feature twenty-five films - fifteen full length films and ten short films.

Now on its eight year, Cinemalaya is a project of the Cinemalaya Foundation, CCP, Film Development Council of the Philippines and Ecolink Investments, Inc. It is an all-digital film festival and competition that aims to discover, encourage, and honor cinematic works of Filipino filmmakers that boldly articulate and freely interpret the Filipino experience with fresh insight and artistic integrity. (Source)

Here is the Cinemalaya Schedule:


6:15pm – OPENING FILM : MARIO O’HARA’s ‘BABAE SA BREAKWATER’ at the CCP Main Theatre (Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo)

BABAE SA BREAKWATER is a film about a man Basilio (Kristoffer King), who escapes from provincial Leyte to the slums of Manila with his younger brother Buboy (Alcris Galura). Residing in the shanty town tenements beneath the tourist-infested breakwater of Manila, Basilio falls in love with a prostitute Paquita (Katherine Luna) a girl who started whoring so early in her life that at her relatively young age she’s already played out, her body full of sexual diseases and open sores. Their relationship is troubled by the apparent poverty and the more impending threat of the slums’ jealous protector, ex-cop Dave (Gardo Versoza).



JM de Guzman, LJ Reyes, Joross Gamboa, Arnold Reyes, Kenneth Salva, Richard Quan, Angela Ruiz, Angeli Bayani, Jacob Miller, Redgie Jimenez, Ricky Pascua, Justin de Leon, Mary Joy Gula, Gabbie Atalia, and Mr. Roy Alvarez.

July 21:  12:45PM – THB / 6:15PM – MT
July 22:  12:45PM – MKP / 6:15PM – TRI
July 23:  1:30PM – TRI / 9:00PM – GB-3
July 24:  3:30PM – THB
July 25: 3:30PM – MT / 9:00PM- MKP
July 26:  4:00PM – GB-3
July 27:  1:30PM – GB-5 / 6:15PM – LT
July 28:  9:00PM – GB-5
July 29:  11:00AM – TRI

REquieme! By Loy Arcenas

Shamaine Centera-Buencamino, Rez Cortez, Paul Jake Paule, Madeline Nicolas, Raquel Villavicencio, Jerald Napoles, and Anthony Falcon

July 21:   1:30PM – GB-3 / 6:15PM – THB
July 22:   6:15PM – MT
July 23:  12:45PM – MKP / 6:30PM – TRI
July 24:  1:30PM – GB-5 / 9:00PM – MKP
July 25:  9:00PM – GB-3
July 26:  12:45AM – THB  / 6:30PM – GB-5
July 27:  12:45AM – MT / 6:30PM – GB-5
July 28:  3:30PM – LT
July 29:  4:00PM – TRI

OROS by Paul Sta. Ana

Kristoffer King, Kristoffer Martin, Diva Montelaba, Kim Komatsu, Carl Acosta, and Tanya Gomez

July 21:  1:30PM – TRI / 6:15PM – MKP
July 22:   1:30PM – TRI / 6:15PM – THB
July 23:  6:15PM – MT
July 24:  12:45PM – MKP / 6:30PM – TRI
July 25:  4:00PM – GB-5 / 9:00PM – LT
July 26:  12:45PM – MT / 9:00PM – GB-3
July 27:  9:00PM – GB-5
July 28:  10:00AM – THB / 4:00PM – GB-3

ANG KATIWALA by Aloy Adlawan

Dennis Trillo, Ronnie Lazaro, Angelina Kanapi, Neri Naig, Ernie Zarate, Miggs Cuaderno, Shyr Valdez, Louella de Cordova, Richard Manabat, Aileen Lota, Dado Jose, and Althea Vega

July 21:  12:45PM – MKP / 9:00PM – GB-3
July 22:  6:30PM – GB-5
July 23:  3:30PM – THB
July 24:  3:30PM – MT /9:00PM – TRI
July 25:  1:30PM – GB-5 / 6:15PM – MT
July 26:  9:00PM – LT
July 27:  1:30PM – GB-3 / 6:15PM – MKP
July 28:  4:00PM – TRI / 9:00PM – THB
July 29:  1:30PM – GB-5

SANTA NIÑA by Emmanuel Quindo Palo

Coco Martin, Alessandra de Rossi, Angel Aquino, Irma Adlawan, Leo Martinez, Nanding Josef, and Ms. Anita Linda

July 21:  6:30PM – GB-5
July 22:   9:00PM – MKP
July 23:  12:45PM – LT / 6:15PM – THB
July 24:  4:00PM – GB-5 /9:00PM – MT
July 25:  4:00PM – GB-3 / 9:00PM – TRI
July 26:  12:45PM – MKP
July 27:  1:30PM – TRI /6:15PM – THB
July 28:  11:00AM – TRI / 3:30PM – MT / 9:00PM – GB-3

APARISYON by Vincent Sandoval

Fides Cuyugan-Asencio, Mylene Dizon, Jodi Sta Maria, Raquel Villavicencio, Madeline Nicolas, and Ms. Rustica Carpio

July 21:   9:00PM – TRI
July 22:  3:30PM – LT
July 23:  12:45PM – MT
July 24:  1:30PM – GB-3 / 9:00PM – GB-5
July 25:  12:45PM – THB / 6:15PM – MKP
July 26:  1:30PM – GB-5/ 6:15PM – MT
July 27:  12:45PM – MKP / 9:00PM – GB-3
July 28:  11:00AM – GB-5 / 6:15PM – THB
July 29:   1:30PM – TRI

DIABLO by Mes de Duzman

Carlo Aquino, Ama Quiambao, Roeder Camañag, Arnold Reyes, and Althea Vega

July 21:  11:00AM – GB-5 /3:30PM – LT
July 22:  12:45PM – MT
July 23: 4:00PM – TRI / 9:00PM – MKP
July 24:  4:00PM – GB-3 / 9:00PM – THB
July 25:  6:30PM – TRI
July 26: 9:00PM – MT
July 27:   4:0PM – GB-5
July 28:  12:45PM – MKP / 6:30PM – GB-3
July 29:  12:45PM – THB / 9:00PM – GB-5

MGA DAYO by Julius Sotomayor Cena

Sue Prado, Janela Buhain Carrera (Guam-based actress), and Olga Natividad (Pinay stage actress now residing in Chicago).  Also starring Brian Muna, Charlene Baes Leffler, Vicki Flor Dizon, and Aaron Agsalud

July 21: 1:30PM – GB-5 / 9:00PM – LT
July 22:  3:30PM – MT
July 23:  1:30PM – GB-3 / 6:30PM – GB-5
July 24:  1:30PM – TRI / 6:30PM – GB-3
July 26:  3:30PM – MKP / 9:00PM – TRI
July 27:  3:30PM –THB / 6:15PM – MT / 9:00PM – MKP
July 28:   6:30PM – TRI
July 29:  3:30PM – THB

THE ANIMALS by Gino M. Santos

Albie Casiño, Patrick Sugui, Dawn Balagot, Issa Litton, Micah Cabral, Vangie Martell, Bryan Homecillo, Carlo Cruz, and John Wayne Sace

July 21:  12:45PM – MT
July 22:   4:00PM – TRI / 9:00PM – GB-5
July 23:  1:30PM – GB-5 / 6:15PM – MKP
July 24:  9:00PM – LT
July 26:  1:30PM – GB-3/ 6:15PM – THB
July 27:  3:30PM – MKP / 9:00PM – MT
July 28:  12:45PM – THB / 9:00PM – TRI
July 29:  11:00AM – GB-5 / 9:00PM – GB-3

ANG NAWAWALA by Marie Jamora

Dominic Roco, Dawn Zulueta, Felix Roco, Marc Abaya, Boboy Garrovillo, Annicka Dolonius, Alchris Galura, Jenny Jamora, Sabrina Mann, and Mercedes Cabral

July 21:   3:30PM – MT / 9:00PM – GB-5
July 22:  12:45PM – THB
July 23:  6:15PM – LT
July 24:   9:00PM – GB-3
July 25:  12:45PM – MKP / 3:30PM – THB
July 26:  1:30PM – TRI / 9:00PM – MKP
July 27:  9:00:PM TRI
July 28:  11:00AM – GB-3 / 6:15PM – MT
July 29:   1:30PM – GB-3 / 4:00PM – GB-5

Director’s Showcase


Pen Medina, Joel Torre, Nanding Josef, Abe Pagtama, Ping Medina, Mon Confiado, Sue Prado, Suzette Ranillo, Bombi Plata, Flor Salanga, and introducing Irene Gabriel

July 21:  4:00PM – GB-3 / 9:00PM – MT
July 22:  1:30PM – GB-5 / 4:00PM – GB-3 / 9:00PM – THB
July 23:  6:30PM – GB-3
July 24:  6:15PM – MKP
July 25:  6:30PM – GB-5
July 26:  4:00PM – TRI
July 27:  3:30PM – MT
July 28:  12:45PM – LT / 3:30PM – THB / 9:00PM – MKP
July 29:  9:00PM – TRI

BWAKAW by Jun Robles Lana

Eddie Garcia, Rez Cortez, Soxie Topacio, Gardo Versoza, Joey Paras, Alan Paule, Beverly Salviejo, Soliman Cruz, Jonathan Neri, May-I Fabros, and Ms. Armida Siguion-Reyna

July 21:  11:00AM – TRI / 3:30PM – MKP
July 22:  11:00AM – GB-3 / 3:30PM – THB / 9:00PM – TRI
July 23:  4:00PM – GB-3 / 9:00PM – MT
July 24:  6:15PM – THB
July 25:  6:30PM – GB-3
July 26:  3:30PM – MT / 6:15PM – MKP
July 28:  1:30PM – GB-5 / 6:15PM – LT
July 29:  6:30PM – GB-5

POSAS (Shackled) by Lawrence Fajardo

Nico Antonio, Bangs Garcia, Wendy Valdez, Art Acuña, Nor Domingo, Jake Macapagal, John Lapus, Hector Macaso, Raul Morit, CJ Ramos, Ermie Concepcion, and Susan Africa

July 21:  3:30PM – THB
July 22:  1:30PM – GB-3 / 4:00PM – GB-5 / 9:00PM – MT
July 23:  3:30PM – MKP
July 24:  12:45PM – MT  / 6:30PM – GB-5
July 25:  4:00PM – TRI
July 26:  3:30PM – LT / 9:00PM – THB
July 27:  6:30PM – TRI
July 28:  1:30PM – GB-3 / 6:15PM – MKP
July 29:  6:30PM – GB-3

KALAYAAN (Wildlife) by Adolfo B. Alix Jr.

Ananda Everingham, Zanjoe Marrudo, Luis Alandy, Kiki Sogino, Rocky Salumbides, and Angeli Bayani

July 21:  11:00AM – GB-3 / 4:00PM – GB-5 / 9:00PM – THB
July 22:  12:45PM – LT / 9:00PM – GB-3
July 23:  12:45PM – THB / 9:00PM – TRI
July 24:  3:30PM – MKP / 6:15PM – MT
July 25:  1:30PM TRI / 9:00PM – GB-5

MGA MUMUNTING LIHIM (Those Little Secrets) by Jose Javier Reyes

Judy Ann Santos, Iza Calzado, Agot Isidro, and Janice de Belen.  Also starring:  Gino dela Peña, Lui Manansala, Madeline Nicolas, Roeder Camañag, Albert Guinto, and Cris Lomotan

July 21:  12:45PM – LT / 6:30PM – GB-3
July 22:  11:00AM – TRI / 3:30PM – MKP
July 23:  3:30PM – MT / 9:00PM – GB-5
July 24:  12:45PM – THB
July 25:  6:15PM – THB / 9:00PM – MT
July 26:  6:30PM – TRI
July 27:   4:00PM – TRI
July 28:  4:00PM – GB-5
July 29:  11:00AM – GB-3 / 3:30PM – MKP

Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

I had the chance to watch The Amazing Spider-Man on its first day of screening in the Philippines! I glad I did watch it on its first day! The movie lived up to its title - AMAZING. Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone were such a cutie couple in the movie. Their chemistry is undeniable and their acting were superb - funny and serious. 

Another thing I liked about the movie was the new story line. It did not start with Peter Parker as a journalist rather it started with Peter Parker as a young boy, whose parents mysteriously disappeared. Then it revolves around his high school life, superhero duties and love life.

Probably the worst thing I can say about the film is that it lacked action scenes. There wasn't any major conflict that brewed. I hope the next film will have more amazing action stunts!

Overall, it is a great remake of the franchise. This is the second amazing movie I have seen this year! I guess I am just really a big fan of Sci-fi movies 

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower Official Trailer

The first trailer of the much awaited film adaptation written and directed by Stephen Chbosky based on his book goes online! The first trailer was shown during the 2012 MTV Awards and now is available online for everyone to watch - watch The Perks Of Being A Wallflower Official Trailer below:

The film is about Charlie (Logan Lerman), a 14 year old freshman, who never really stood out until he meets Sam (Emma Watson) and Patrick (Ezra Miller), who lets him in their circle of friends.

It has been two years since I read the book and I am still very excited right now to watch it in big screen. The story was a refreshing view on the discovery of teenage life.

Movie Review: Dark Shadows (2012)

An imprisoned vampire, Barnabas Collins, is set free and returns to his ancestral home, where his dysfunctional descendants are in need of his protection.
The movie was not as great as I had expected it to be. There were a lot of characters introduced but had a very limited time to totally explore them. The progression of the story was fast but very shallow. One minute you see Barnabas being seduced by Angelique then the other minute you see him confessing his feelings towards Victoria, who I think is a weak character. I think it would have been better if the film focused on less characters and delved more on their stories. Nevertheless, the film was witty and funny, thanks to Johnny Depp's superb acting skills.

American Idol 2012 Top 3 Song List

Shakey's V-League Season 9 Quarter Finals Schedule

I have been a big fan of Philippine volleyball since four years ago when I first watched a volleyball game telecast of a Shakey's V-league game. Since then my fondness of the game just grew more and more.

This year, Shakey's V-League started the conference last April with 10 teams. Tomorrow, May 13, 2012, the tournament will start its quarter finals. For avid viewers, here is the schedule of the quarter finals:

(Telecast dates in parentheses)

May 13, Sunday
2:00pm – Perpetual vs Adamson
4:00pm – Ateneo vs St. La Salle (May 14, 7pm)
6:00pm – FEU vs UST (May 14, 9pm)

May 15, Tuesday
2:00pm – St. La Salle vs National (May 15, 7pm)
4:00pm – Ateneo vs Adamson (May 15, 9pm)

May 17, Thursday
2:00pm – FEU vs St. La Salle
4:00pm – SSC vs Ateneo (May 17, 7pm)
6:00pm – National vs Adamson (May 17, 9pm)

May 20, Sunday
2:00pm – Perpetual vs St. La Salle
4:00pm – SSC vs FEU (May 21, 7pm)
6:00pm – UST vs Ateneo (May 21, 9pm)

May 22, Tuesday
2:00pm – National vs SSC (May 22, 7pm)
4:00pm – UST vs Perpetual (May 22, 9pm)

May 24, Thursday
2:00pm – FEU vs Adamson
4:00pm – National vs UST (May 14, 7pm)
6:00pm – SSC vs Perpetual (May 14, 9pm)


Automized: The Green Light Project

The University Student Government and the Mechanical Engineering Society of De La Salle University will be holding an advocacy-based car show competition entitled “Automized: The Green Light Project”. This two-day car show will be held at the Philippine National Bank (PNB) Main Office grounds along Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard, Pasay City on March 17-18, 2012.
In partnership with PNB, the car show aims to raise funds for the Child Friendly Spaces Project of the University Student Government.
The event will run from 9am to 10pm on the first day and 8am to 10pm on the second day; and will showcase various talents, interest and hobbies of car enthusiasts, particularly those from the Lasallian community.
The event will feature performers, exhibitors and car dealers. Guests may also avail of great deals through PNB’s special auto loan rates during the event.
Organizational Roles
The University Student Government (USG) recognizes its vital role in promoting students’ holistic formation through different programs and activities aimed to address the needs and interests of the students, including community development projects. On the other hand, the Mechanical Engineering Society (MES) is the professional organization of Mechanical Engineering students, which caters to the needs and interests of their members, including organizing car shows, which are in line with their field of profession.

Child Friendly Spaces
This year, in line with the University’s mission of bridging faith and scholarship in service of the poor, the USG, together with the DLSU Center for Social Concern and Action spearheaded the Child Friendly Spaces Project. It is an advocacy in line with the UN Millennium development goals to give safety and security to the children in deprived communities by creating child friendly spaces for them. The space consists of a daycare, study area, mini library and a computer room. The first child friendly space was constructed this school year in Baranggay 704 in Malate Manila. Through the project, the USG may be able to attain sustainability of their efforts not only to help the children but the community as a whole. Together with MES through the Automized 2012: The Greenlight Project, they plan to expand and create more child friendly spaces in the upcoming school year.

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The Mushroom Burger in Tagaytay

Last January 21, my family and other relatives decided to go to Tagaytay to enjoy the long weekend.  We stayed in Bali Village Resort, which is just walking distance to The Mushroom Burger restaurant.  My cousins and I decided then to try the place. 

Mushroom burgers are not new to me, as I have tried one before in ECHOstore.  The small sized burger was priced at 200 Pesos each.  I quite liked the taste; however, for a student like me, it was a bit too pricy.  Maybe it was because the store was in The Fort or maybe just because organic foods are expensive.

However, my experience in The Mushroom Burger was different.  The place was not as sophisticated as ECHOstore.  The atmosphere was casual.  However, what really surprised me was the price of their burgers.  The prices ranged from 30 to 100 Pesos.  I cannot believe that an organic food can be this affordable.  I tried the Royal Mushroom Burger that has an egg in it and found it satisfying.

The Mushroom Burger is a testament that organic foods do not have to be expensive.  Organic foods can even taste better than other non-organic foods.  Moreover, it is much healthier and comes from productions that do not contaminate the environment.  Hence, it is beneficial to our body and to our surroundings.  Organic foods even sustain our environment since the farms it came from do not use harmful chemical and pesticides, which are two of the many things that destroy the environment.

I hope that Filipinos find the importance of organic foods and start supporting such foods.  The cost maybe too big for now but the long-term results will definitely something beneficial for everyone.

Ways to Reduce Global Warming

As a student, there are simple ways we can do to help in reducing global warming.

Here are some of the ways I have thought of:

1. Stop burning wastes.

Most of the homeowners in our subdivision burn their garbage, which I think is one of the top contributors in global warming.  It will be beneficial then if our family will try to lead by example in not burning trashes.  I think it will be more effective if we will cooperate with the barangay with their Garbage Collection Program.  This way, carbon emissions will be lessen drastically.

2. Plant trees.

Though it is very simple, I believe that this will be very effective in reducing carbon emissions since plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen.  Hence, there will be less carbon dioxide trapped in the earth's atmosphere.

3. Use fluorescent lights.

According to studies, fluorescent lights use is a more efficient lighting tool than regular light bulbs (  Fluorescent lights releases less heat compared to regular light bulbs.  Hence, it eliminates pounds of greenhouse gas.

Rokeach Value Survey Results

We answered the Rokeach Value Survey in class last time.  The survey asked us to rank terminal and instrumental values, separately, from the most importance to the least importance for us.

Rokeach defined instrumental values as values consisting, primarily, of personal characteristics and character traits.  While terminal values, on the other hand, are those things that we can work toward or we think are most important and that we feel are most desirable. (

I listed the top five of my terminal and instrumental values below.

Terminal values, 
Family Security
Inner Harmony
An Exciting Life

Instrumental Values

What difference does this make to me?  Probably, now I know which things I value more in life the most - my faith, family, friends and myself.

I always would like to believe that my faith will be the force to guide me to purpose in this world, which is why I ranked it first.  Second, my family and friends are my greatest encouragement in life.  They are the ones who always keep me sane despite all the hardships I face in college.  Which is another reason why I always be faithful to them.  In conclusion, I guess I can say that the values I am prioritizing right now are those that are close to my heart.

ACET 2011 Test Results

This is prolly one of the most exciting part of high school. The anxiety of waiting is just too much you just want to scream! hahaha! Good luck to all who took the exam!

UAAP Volleyball Season 74 Schedule

After the intense firs round of eliminations, its now time to enter the second round! Personally, I was not excited for this year's games considering that great athletes have already graduated. However, as the games progressed, I saw the development of all the teams. Maybe what makes this season exciting is the fact the playing level of every team is at par with each other. Though DLSU shows that they are still a powerhouse team by staying unbeaten up to this point, which I hope continues until the end!

Here is the schedule for the second round of eliminations for UAAP Volleyball Season 74

Jason Bourne is probably the most efficient assassin with a good heart, in cinematic history.
—Tom Hiddleston Questionnaire,  BBC Film 2011

I don't know why I did not watch these films when they were shown in the theaters! I feel like I almost missed half of my life.
The best part of the movie for me are the chase scenes - on foot or by car! This is true for the three titles. Can you believe that they were able to choreograph different chase scenes for the three films? I was so hyped while watching those scenes!
If you're a fan of assassins or action movies, this is a must watch for you!

Something to Remind Myself

Hi you, yes you. :) Remember when we first talked? It was all about an android App that you want to use on your friend.  That conversation started all this overwhelming feeling I have for you. You know how much  I like you; you are just not entertaining the idea. I appreciate that . But why do you always have to send me messages that cause confusions. You know what, I have given up already. But every time I say that to myself, here you go sending me weird messages making me forget about giving up. Paasa ka. You send mixed signals. You say you care but you are not showing it. 
Maybe that’s a sign for me to stop thinking about you already. I am giving myself a week before I let go of the idea that you care and remove you permanently (hopefully) in my life. You see, I have a busy life waiting for me which I put into hold thinking that we have a shot. But I guess that was the biggest mistake in my life.

“I read this quote once when I was a kid, ‘We live alone, we die alone. Everything else is just an illusion.’ It used to keep me up at night. We all die alone. So, why am I supposed to spend my life working, sweating, struggling? For an illusion? Because [nothing] is gonna help me avoid my fate. I have better things to do with my time.”

The movie started with that quote. So I instantly thought the film would be about a boy filled with issues and how he gets by with his life. But I was half wrong. It wasn't all about George's issues. It was also about how George found meaning in his life. That life is nothing to be feared. That life is not about just getting by.

I love-hate George's character. I love his awkwardness but I hate his pessimistic attitude. What I ultimately like about his character is the fact that I can relate with him. I am having a hard time figuring out what I feel or who I want to be. I feel less than nothing. Maybe because like him, I don't believe in myself. I fear life more than death. But I hope that I get the same happy ending he did.

I liked Sally's character. Unlike others I did not feel that Sally was trying to hurt George. Her character was just a bit aggressive, trying to give George every sign. But unfortunately, George does not know how to respond to these signs. So Sally just tried to cover up her hurt by going out with Damian. I think it was pride that made her decide to do such thing.

Three things about the movie: Reason of existence, Self-expression and Choices.

Exciting Two-Zero-One-Two

'Why sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.'
The Red Queen in Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There, by Lewis Caroll.

I have always believed that objectives light our path.  It is, however, our actions that choose the path we take. So this year, I will be religiously devoted to my objectives.

To read two books each month. The reason I am doing this 2-in-1 objective is to improve my vocabulary skills, critical thinking and written communication.  Written and oral communication skills are my weaknesses, which coincidentally, are two of the most important skills in the corporate world. So through reading I hope I am able to improve those much needed areas.

Movie Night
To watch one movie a week.  Improving my work skills does not need to be done solely through boring activities right?  So I thought of improving my skills while getting entertained through films.

Explore the Philippines
Show my love for the country!  I have been wanting to travel around the country but time and money do not permit me to do so.  But this year, I won't let these factors hinder me from travelling.  I am young and free.  I am an adventurous person.  I always seek for action.  Boring lifestyle is not for me.  So this year,  I will explore.

Good Morning, Newspaper
Read the daily newspaper.  Be relevant, be informed.  A person who is up-to-date with the current news and events will never be a boring person.

2012, I'll own you like a betch!

Message to my 2012 Self

Now, I bid goodbye to you 2010 with a smile. Not because I am eager for you to end but because you made me learn new lessons. You helped me grow and become a better person. You made my existence worthwhile. On this note GOODBYE 2010, HELLO 2011. I am now ready to greet 2011 with a resounding smile, hoping of another year filled with laughters and smiles, tears and learnings.

2011 reminded me of how life could be unpredictable. It surprised me in every way possible - thesis, marketing contests, internship stints... which I'm very grateful for.

Today marks the first day of 2012. And to at least have a 2012 welcome post, here is a message I wrote to my 2012 self.

Hey future you,
You had a fantastic 2011. It was a blast! It has just been an amazing adventure to get to where and who you are. But I hope you continue to be more of your quirky self and less of your loner self.
Now, I hope you don't forget the things you have learned from 2011. Don't mind what the world thinks. You are a great person.
I know it is being with your friends that you feel most comfortable and safe. Don't be afraid to share your 2012 adventures with them. They maybe grumpy at times, but hey they are the ones who laugh at your joke even if they are an epic fail, right?
For now, all I can say is hey you, because I am hoping that after 2012 we can say2012 yahoo! 

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