From being plain students, roaming around the corners of Laguna University, they are now culturally aware of how the usual classroom setting in the Philippines differs from the others. The struggle is real but the reward is beyond the word satisfaction could mean.
Dated March 25, 2016 the first batch of international interns namely Krizamari Arguzon, Hannah Kriz Fallaria, and Angela Caburnay arrived and stepped in their homeland. Claire Glady Ann Aquino nad Chengky Zeque finished their off shore -training and arrived back in the Philippines a month ago the first batch has arrived.
From unsolved puzzles, they can now call their selves as polished pieces a kin from diamonds in a rough, the process to betterment was not easy but it is beyond anything a person could gain in his entire life. Though they weren’t sure of what is to happen, with faith and courage, they knew success is just around the corner. “International Teachers” , that’s how others call them but this is not how they want others remember them for there is no such thing as a free lunch. Nothing wonderful comes easy, that is just one of the lessons Vietnam has taught them.
“Vietnam sounds great, it may sound too much for an ordinary student to dream. But believe it when it says, chasing dreams has nothing to do with your profession, only your character will do. From us to yours. Believe! You can make things happen.”