“A lot of small people, in small places, doing small things, can change the world.”
– Eduardo Galeano
If I hadn’t blogged more often this semester it’s because my classes and daily responsibilities have taken me to the point in which I’ve needed to focus on them first. But I know that’s not an excuse. I wasn’t excusing anyways.
My last couple of weeks have been fulfilled with presentations and projects, friends visiting over in Hong Kong, and meeting a great amount of new and wonderful people. Needless to say that we’ve celebrated birthdays, had meal together trying to enjoy the rest of our study abroad period, played football, and helped in the community we all live in.
Playing football at least once per week has been exciting and full of passion. I’ve got to meet really good people and players as well. Although I might not be in the greatest shape for football right now, I still enjoy playing, competing, and spending time with the guys every week. I always look forward for this day and can’t wait to get back in shape on my shooting aim and defense skills as soon as possible!
Happy Birthday Jo!
Happy birthday! I’m glad to have met you and the guys this semester and to have shared that special occasion with you. Keep smilin’ and rockin’ 🙂
Social Concern Project at Shek O
The Social Concern Project was an event created and organized by the student committee in the student residence hall I’ve been living since I arrived in Hong Kong last semester. It was basically gathering people and helping the community in cleaning Shek O beach, a place in the south of Hong Kong Island. Although I couldn’t stay for the entire event for personal reasons, I enjoyed the day and met some sweet people, and during the process we all put our effort to make Shek O beach a cleaner place.
CityU Hong Kong Summer Programme
I’d like to thank City University of Hong Kong, College of Business for inviting me to the Summer Programme Interview Panel. It was a tremendous honor and experience to have had the opportunity to contribute. I hope all the applicants can get into their desire summer program.
Until next time!