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Giving Trip / 1812 Valenzuela City, Philippines

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Giving Trip / 1812 Valenzuela City, Philippines
“Back to where it began” /Allow me to digress before sharing about our latest giving trip; It has taken me 2 weeks to finally translate this experience into words. The last day of our mission marked the beginning of my suffering; a parched throat aggravated by Jollibee (oh yes) and dehydration er...
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Giving Trip / 1712 Sapa O’Chau, Vietnam

Posted on in News by Adele T.

Giving Trip / 1712 Sapa O’Chau, Vietnam
    After a 4 hour flight to Hanoi, and a 6.5 hour twilight bus ride, we found ourselves freezing at the back of our sleeper bus, half-lidded eyes, mind in a fuzz, still grappling to grasp hold of the situation. Are we seriously in South-East Asia? It was 4 degrees at 5am. Our bodies motioned for...
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Giving Trip / 1704 Myeongjin Childrens’ Home, South Korea

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Giving Trip / 1704 Myeongjin Childrens’ Home, South Korea
  We often get people giving us quizzical expressions whenever we share about our giving trip to Korea. South Korea, the country where creativity, music and dramas overflow from, trend-setter for iconic fashion styles and ever-changing hair colours, land of abundant makeup, place that houses so ...
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△ DIY | Patches to Badges

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△ DIY | Patches to Badges
Patches are back in trend and we're so glad that our patches have been receiving alot of love (yipee, and thank you!). The thing about iron-on patches is, once you iron them on, it's as if you're sealing a deal that you can't retract.     If you're anything like me, collecting patches and not kno...
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△ PICTORIAL | Saturdays That We Used To Know

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△ PICTORIAL | Saturdays That We Used To Know
Those were the days, where we spent weekends on a mat, reading comic books while lying on our back, shuffled cards from a ruffled deck, drank soda from glass bottles, stretched the antenna of a radio high, played the harmonica and stared at the clear blue sky.                          ...
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