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December 21 – A small Christmas celebration for students takes place in the form of a sing-off! Students battle with their voices through the karaoke, which is a favorite hobby and a prevalent culture of Filipinos. There are also mini-games for non-contestants that come with good food and sur-prizes!
Monol went for a visit to RSCC-CAR to bring a day of fun and share the love. This is an activity that nurtures the foreign students to be compassionate and become champions of humanity. It’s the learning that goes beyond the classroom and the knowledge they get is universal.
Three weeks ago, one of the strongest typhoons ever to hit the country battered the northern part of the Philippines. Super typhoon “Mangkhut”, known locally as “Ompong”, had caused massive flooding and landslides, which damaged crops, properties, and houses all over northern Luzon and the Cordillera.
In Western countries, it is common practice for students to learn English by living with a host family. Monol may not have host families, but we do have our 3+1 Program, which is a unique living arrangement of three students and one teacher. It is guaranteed to be exposed on English language 24/7 and forge a friendship.