This is more or less a good view of a cream of the crop filipino that left the country in pursuit of a higher salary abroad. An inspiring story for Filipinos to take pride and aspire to reach for. He says he’s grateful for the opportunity that he was given and looks to give back to the country.
Born, raised, educated, worked, and had a family in Manila, won an opportunity abroad, grateful, humble, uncorrupted genuine conviction to do good not only for himself and his family but for the people and students around him. True pinoy pride right here.
“My style is to connect with the students: I am your friend and I am your teacher,”
While users on this blog are accused of being racist, i beg to differ. I said it once and ill say it again. I believe most if not all of the users on this blog judge a person by their character and intelligence, not by their nationallity or the color of their skin. We only seem discriminate because it just so happens an overwhelming majority of filipinos demonstrate uncivilized behavior at all walks of life and all levels of government. However let it be known that users of this blog are keen to reconize the good that can be found in a person should the opportunity arise.Published in