“Thank you.” No words or phrases seem cliché as long as it is sincere and fervent. Monol International Education Institute visited the Regional Haven for Girls and Women on May 15, Monday. It is part of the community involvement program. This serves as a way of giving back and requiting the hospitality of the Baguio community.
Monol students shared a part of their culture by introducing the art of paper folding, which is also known as origami and later taught the step by step process of making kimbap, a Korean dish made from rice and vegetables rolled in the dried sheet of seaweeds.
The said activities lasted for three hours including snacks and hearty conversations. It ended up sharing over kimbap made by everyone. The time spent with them at the Regional Haven was quite short-lived, as one of the students said, “I wish we could stay longer”. But it was indeed, a visit to cherish.