Saturday, February 6, 2010

Finally!

Yokatta! I went to AOTS-KKC in Kansai, Osaka last Thursday to attend our Graduation day. I am so happy `coz I finally got my certificate after a year of hardwork and determination. The ceremony started around 3:00 pm and ended at 5:00 pm.

During the ceremony.
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I studied my Japanese language and culture at AOTS-YKC in Yokohama last February 2009. There I learned many things about Japan. They introduced us the Japanese` way of life. My specialized training will not be this successful without learning and understanding the Japanese culture and language (because the Japanese way-of-doing job are based on Japanese culture and are thus difficult to express in foreign language).
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There I also met and befriended people of different nationalities. I thought it would be difficult to deal with them. But after learning their culture, we developed good friendship towards one another. I learned to accept and respect one`s culture. These wonderful people happened to be my AOTS classmates. I know I`ll be missing them.
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After my study in Yokohama, I moved to Osaka to specialize my technical training in my host company. Aummigaud! My boss looks like a Yakuza. He was really scary. But I was so thankful that all my speculations were wrong. He is so kind. And the good thing, he is very good at speaking English `coz he grew up in New York. I don`t know if I am lucky. Am I? jijiji...
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Now that my AOTS-Japan course has ended, I will now go back to my country to simply share and apply my knowledge to my workplace. I`ll be leaving Japan in the next two days...Firipin, mata ne!
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This is our badge pin made of sterling silver . This emblem is designed to represent AOTS`s three basic aims; the technical training of trainees from the developing countries; mutual understanding; and the strengthening of developing nations` economies. At the same time, the outer triangle`s three sides represent the three developing areas of Asia, Africa and latin America. The triangle itself approximates the initial letter "A" of these three regions. The machine-like appearance represents technology; the union of elements, interdependence and friendship; and the projecting parts, growth and development.



Proud.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Good Riddance Party?

Haha hindi naman siguro totoo ang title para sa napipintong pag-alis ko sa bansang Hapon. Wala lang trip ko lang ilagay wala akong maisip eh hehe...Babalik pa naman ako dito iyon nga lang kailangan ko munang umuwi kasi matatapos na ang aking student Visa...Ang bilis lang ng isang taon parang kinulangan ako hehehe...

Ang mga nanlibre hehe...

Noong nakaraang sabado napagkaisahan ng mga tropa na maglaan ng maliit na party bago ako umuwi sa Lupang Sinilangan. Hindi ko inaasahan `yon. Sinundo nila ako sa unit ko at tumungo sa Shabu-Shabu Restaurant. Bumiyahe din kami ng halos kalahating oras bago 
narating ang lugar.



Nangulit sa waitress para magpakuha ng souvenir picture...

Pero parang maituturing ko na ring hindi siya pa-party para sa akin kahit na sinabi nilang para sa akin ang gabing iyon hehehe. Kahit na walang okasyon kasi basta pumatak ang araw na iyon sa Biyernes o dili naman kaya ay Sabado, ganitong ganito palagi ang nagaganap.... tsibug, toma, disco at tooooot (bleep) hehehe...Nothing is new ika nga haha. Sadyang ganun lang ang hilig ng tropa at nadadamay lang ako. Ayos din kasi libre naman ako sa lahat eh jijiji...


The TECTEC bar...Parang ewan haha...

At `yun nga pagkatapos naming tsumibog at uminom, napagkasunduan ng tropa na puntahan ang bagong bukas na bar na nagkataong kaibigan ng bosing ang may-ari ng establishment . Ayun nagpakasaya kami at nagpakalasing ulit. The End.


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