Imagine a world where no one fears cancer. That is Canadian Cancer Society’s (CCS) dream for Canada. With the work that the CCS is doing
In the last 3 months, people would always ask me, “How are you?” I would always find myself grappling for a reply, and more often
Not many understand what I do here in Toronto, more so, in the Canadian Cancer Society. Here are the questions that I usually get about
Caution: Very long blog… I tried to condense my first 25 days in this post! The Weather When I first got here, weather was always
As 2016 came to a close, so too did my PULSE assignment at the Canadian Cancer Society in Toronto. I feel like I should write
Manila is 13,206 km. away from Toronto, an 18-hour direct flight aboard the Philippine Airlines, with a 13-hour time difference and 40-degree Celsius apart. I
Did you know that research shows that approximately half of all cancers can be prevented? The Canadian Cancer Society is dedicated to raising awareness about
It’s the weekend, so I have decided to take this opportunity to explore my surroundings a little. Who knew that there would be wooded trails
After months of preparation and planning (and a short delay at the airport), the Canada Air jet touched down on an unseasonably warm summer afternoon
Watch VLOG EP. 02 – Singapore Orientation 2016 2016 PULSE Volunteers from all over Asia flew in to Singapore for a 3-day, fun-filled, information-rich, all-you-can-eat-sandwich,
Watch VLOG EP. 01 – Introduction I first heard about PULSE in 2012 and ever since then, I kept checking their website every year
A couple of years ago I applied to become a PULSE Volunteer for GSK. After having volunteered locally for various organizations within my own community,
“Hands Raised to Serve are More Blissful then Hands Raised to Pray”.
Today I am sharing another video. It shows a magical evening that I was so happy to participate in a few weeks ago. It was
Welcome back to my blog! It has been a while and there is lots going on as I approach the last month of my assignment.