@ASEAN2017: An Exercise and A Contest

STS Exercise: My Asean Story Project: How has ASEAN helped my life

This is a project I am working with ASEAN 2017 organizers:

Create a post, image, audio or video to answer this question, “How has ASEAN helped my life?”. Post and share your entry in this blog post. Please indicate your name, student number and section.

There will be some items for the entries that are creative, informative and insightful. The most outstanding of the outstanding entries aside from some ASEAN memorabilia might be featured in one of the activities of this year’s ASEAN.

To help you with this exercise you can check the ASEAN related information on this blog and or go to the following websites and pages.

The Asean 2017 website

Home

The Asean 2017 FB page
https://www.facebook.com/ASEAN2017/

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182 Responses to @ASEAN2017: An Exercise and A Contest

  1. Maria Josefina Fider says:

    FIDER, Maria Josefina Alessandra A.
    2012-10281
    STS THX

    The 3T’s on how Asean has helped me:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzWBNtmRSVkbdDZvNWcxQmk2VkE/view?usp=sharing

  2. Mary Antonette DP Tanael says:

    TANAEL, Mary Antonette DP.
    2012-20408
    STS THX

    One glance at them and you’d think they’re all Filipinas. Or Malaysians. Or Singaporeans. After all, they bear a striking resemblance with each other. They have the same sleek black hair. Sun-kissed skin, or a fair complexion tinted with yellow. But you’ll realize you’re wrong once they speak in their own glorious tongues. They’re girls of different ages, from various walks of life. They all hail from the countries sprawled in Southeast Asia. Aside from that, another thing they have in common is this: they all have their own dreams. Their own aspirations. One that they cherish deeply inside their hearts.

    *

    Her friends have always wanted to visit Japan, desperate to catch a glimpse of the Sakura trees in full bloom. Some dream of promenading in the gardens of France, or posing in front of the Eiffel tower. Or the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It’s always the same countries, the same big names. She has been perpetually confounded—why venture so far when they have other stunning places in their midst? She, for one, has always wanted to visit Thailand. Explore its floating market, meet its people. Then she’s also deeply fascinated by Cambodia’s rich history of kingdoms and gleaming gold temples. There’s Vietnam’s famous coffee. Singapore’s modern marvels. The list is endless. She wonders why they would want to be somewhere else.

    *

    Several women will do anything to be in her position right now. She’s working as a programmer in one of the most prestigious companies in the country, flanked by brilliant male colleagues. Their eyes sweep over her in a way that makes her flinch; like she doesn’t belong there. But she’s more than deserving of her position. After all, she graduated at the top of her class in Nanyang Technological University. Everyone has nothing but praises for her, and so she pretends to be happy, performing remarkably in her job. She can’t complain, not when there are tons of others who remain unemployed. She decides to marry, thinking it will make her life somewhat more fulfilling. But now they expect her to be a doting mother and an exceptional employee. Sometimes, she just wants to breathe. She hopes that a time will come where she can wake up feeling free. When there’s nothing shackling her anymore. Nothing suffocating her.

    *

    They don’t like her job. Not her parents. Even though they forced her into this. They gaze at her with a mixture of pity and repugnance, and she begins to hate them even more. Her boyfriend sometimes beat her over it, and so she has to spend a lot of time covering her unsightly bruises with makeup before meeting with her customers. It might turn them off. Make them pay less. She has come to despise the dark rooms and the sense of claustrophobia they give her. She abhors the men’s sweating bodies, their insufferable stench. Especially when their flesh come in contact with hers. She shudders at the very thought, and she often finds herself crying soundlessly at night. But this is the only life she has ever known. The only way she can feed her starving siblings. The only path she can give to her younger sisters. But, she hope, not to her future daughter. She vows that by then, her life will have changed for the better.

    *

    There are many other tales. Of women who are duped into believing that they will be sent abroad, but only ended up throwing away months of savings to pay for the agency’s “necessary fees”. Of women leading deplorable lives in the slums, hoping for better opportunities. Of those who hope that they can still recover after their houses got ravaged by typhoons, waiting patiently for the reliefs that the officials promised. Local aid. International aid. Of girls desperately seeking for a scholarship so they can finally pursue their studies in Singapore or Thailand. There are endless stories. Endless woes. Endless dreams.

    And there’s the ASEAN, always working in the background. Hoping to provide a better place for everyone.

  3. Mary Antonette DP Tanael says:

    TANAEL, Mary Antonette DP.
    2012-20408
    STS THX

    https://sts-x-assignment.tumblr.com/

  4. Alessa Balane says:

    BALANE, Jan Alessa J.
    2012-11904
    STS THX

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has helped my life in very subtle, but significant ways. This ten-country partnership has given me and my family the opportunity to travel to Singapore without a visa. It also gives us the option to be able to travel to the other nine countries with the same luxury of not being required a visa. The overall effect it has on tourism positively impacts the region’s economy. The economic integration of the ASEAN has probably made the most significant impact in my life without me noticing it. The free trade initiatives has boosts the economy of the Philippines, as well as allow products from fellow Southeast Asian countries to more easily enter the Philippine market. The ASEAN is not a perfect institution, but continues to improve and develop for the better of all the countries. Today when walls are being built to divide neighboring countries, the ASEAN remains a a perfect example of the benefits of good communication and partnerships.

  5. Percival Lao says:

    LAO, Percival Ethan C.
    2014-55228
    STS WFX

    Link to blog post: https://pecl14.wordpress.com/2017/04/16/thoughts-on-asean/

  6. Ma. Shara-Lynn G. Cabrera says:

    CABRERA, Ma. Shara-Lynn G.
    2014-75510
    STS THX

    Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9nBRKZs_90dLVBJMUk3S1psazA/view?usp=sharing

  7. Giorginna Lin says:

    LIN, Giorginna Claire R.
    2015-00121
    STS WFX

    Link of infographic: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B96O0Ylt2DDQRFRCVDFKbVJuNTQ/view?usp=sharing

  8. Rj Rayos says:

    Rayos, Ramon Jose T
    2014-89090
    STS THX

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nation is an organization wherein it deals with the socio-economic ties among its members. It also promotes camaraderie among nations.

    As the Philippines is part of the ASEAN nation, in a micro scale, it benefited me as an individual. I was unbounded by the diverse culture. These cultures are significant since it represents their identity of what and who they are. Being open in accepting other means of living, I respect their beliefs and customs. I think it is also better to understand each others culture in order to be sensitive in our words and actions. It is also better to break the stigma of being culturally bounded. We must treat all culture as equal.

    Also, as a Tourism major, being able to travel to the ASEAN countries without visa. This affects the economy since the money being spent trickles down to each sector benefiting all individuals are affected in earning income. Tourists visit our country to see and experience the destinations that our country offers and vice versa.

    In the end, the ASEAN serves as a fort where we unify and strengthen our relationship to have a harmonious and prosperous life.

  9. Arianne Panganiban says:

    Arianne Panganiban
    2016-00434
    STS THX

    ASEAN is all about uniting the Southeast Asian Countries. The effects of which are more in a global scale rather than personal but of course, such a large effect will always boil down affecting people. Personally I believe the biggest contribution would be the support they give to each other’s economies. There are many countries within the ASEAN that have a strong economic standing, for example, Japan or China, and there are many developing countries who are struggling as well, for example, the Philippines, and one of the main goals of ASEAN is to collaborate with each other, sharing ideas and projects in order to help each other rise from trouble. Supposedly we are to pull each other up from debt, to think of effective and efficient ways to improve each country. Ideally all countries should act cooperatively to each other, ASEAN is supposed to maintain peace and create connections between the Southeast Asian Countries. A stable economy is necessary for a country to rise from poverty and to continually develop, and looking at it in a smaller scale, it would mean more jobs, better cash flow and overall better living situation for the citizens, and I believe when ASEAN effectively achieves the goal of improving the economies of the struggling countries it would be a great help not only to me but all the other people.

    ASEAN also aims to introduce different cultures to each other, as part of the uniting process. It is important for each country to know a little history of each other to better appreciate the culture. It’s necessary to be aware of the cultural practices because first of all you wouldn’t want to offend anyone and second because it is good to keep an open mind and widen your horizons to the opinions and ideals of others. This encourages learning and relating to others, building relationships and connections can provide a foundation in ending a lot of racial issues and problems with humanity. If we all realize that we are of the same race, we’re all humans, perhaps it would lessen the hostility towards each other. For far too long we have had the mindset of properties and pride, we would claim land as ours and be so competitive being the better country, that we would do anything to get ahead. I think it’s great that ASEAN would expose us to different cultures, it would hopefully lead to people finally respecting each other not forcing their beliefs down each other’s throats. This helps me a personal scale, because I wouldn’t want to live a world surrounded by arrogant narrow-minded crabs pulling each other down rather than working towards a goal of peace and unity.

    Lastly the one I appreciate the most about ASEAN is that it goes down to each social issue of every country. They address the individual problems, such as in the case of the Philippines, the politics and justice system. They would offer help and advice to each other, opinions and ideas would be heard and spread out, and this would really help in resolving these issues which would consequently be very helpful to me and the other citizens. I appreciate that they look at every aspect, and that they aren’t biased to any side because the main goal of ASEAN is peace and unity, they are from different countries so they have no personal ties thus deciding and looking the situation objectively. I think this provides the greatest help of all.

    Overall, ASEAN is a mediator and acts as it should, to unite and create peace between the Southeast Asian Countries which is very needed in especially in times like these when there are a lot of international crossfires happening. There are a lot of urgent issues to be addressed and hopefully ASEAN can provide a solution. Truthfully it is very helpful as long as the countries pull through and the solutions are properly executed.

  10. Kiko Aurellano says:

    AURELLANO, Joseph Ian Franklin H.
    2013-59556
    STS THX

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3FRzlvnqadvSnlJTlpmSFVpUk0

  11. “How has ASEAN helped my life?”

    BOCOBO, Therese Gabrielle E.
    Student No. 2014-50051
    Section: STS THX

    ASEAN Travels
    Reconnecting with new souls
    And finding my own.

    –“Passionate Traveler” (A HAIKU)

  12. Franchesca Flores says:

    FLORES, Franchesca F.
    2016-01140
    STS WFX

    Link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-uRMtsUyUgmcTlaTHdxOC12bHM

  13. Karla Bulan says:

    BULAN, Karla Anne R.
    2016-01218
    STS THX

    Last year, I chose to go to Southeast Asia after graduating high school. It has always been a dream of mine to see the the different temples and ruins there. Going to four different countries and seeing the differences, and similarities, to our own nation, opened my eyes to the different realities our world faces. I saw that in Cambodia, they were able to preserve and appreciate their history. In Thailand and Malaysia, I understood how the world is made up of many religions, like Buddhism and Islam. I was able to see for myself a society where Catholicism is not as prevalent. In Singapore, I saw how progressive a country can be, and yearn for that growth for the Philippines.

    Traveling, especially in Southeast Asia, opened up my perspective of the world. There, I realized how much we can learn from our neighboring countries, but at the same time, there are so much we can still offer to them.

  14. Jaypee says:

    VALAD-ON, John Paul M.
    2015-90021
    STS WFX

    I have two(2) main points on how the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) helped me a lot. One point is that I can have the privilege of learning different cultures from other ASEAN countries. As a folk dancer, I may be able to gain more knowledge when it comes to their culture. And by that, as we represent the country, other countries like the ASEAN countries may collaborate with their beautiful culture to our own culture per se. We engage and share our thoughts with each other when it comes to folk dances. With that, the interaction between us is elevating successfully. Knowledges from culture, traditions and dance from each other is contributed not only in nationwide, but wordlwide also. We cannot change it because it’s historical. So be proud of it!

    Second main point is that with the help of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, we can travel to their countries safely and easily without the use of Visa. We may not be able to stress ourselves in getting to their contry. Lastly when it comes to marketing and trading, products made from the ASEAN countries that we wanted to buy are also available and affordable in country, our market to be specific. The soy sauce, vinegar, and other products are one it.

    Therefore, I must say that ASEAN as well as their counries can help each other in so many ways. The only answer and the key to our success is the “UNITY”.

  15. Eislinn Co says:

    Co, Eislinn
    2015-07340
    STS THX

    http://ebco.livejournal.com/

  16. Sofia Angela Federico says:

    FEDERICO, Sofia Angela P.
    2015-11777
    STS THX

    It is by our tongues, by our values and by our traditions that we differ; and ASEAN is one that made me appreciate diversity as it binds different cultures into one unified goal. Our diversities that join together like rivers all ending up in one sea, has taught me that we, people of the same origin, the brown skinned, Malays to which we call ourselves, are brothers, not just in race but in thoughts and ideas of progress. ASEAN is one  organization that makes that. And as a Fililpino, knowing an organization has this significant aim or objective has helped me understand how I can be able to contribute to the world, and foremost, to my own country.s

  17. John Robert Almadin says:

    ALMADIN, John Robert R.
    2014-61108
    STS THX

    Link to entry: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6Rlx1bEJT35ZDFQRjBxN2F5QlU/view?usp=sharing

  18. Sofia Angela Federico says:

    FEDERICO, Sofia Angela P.
    2015-11777
    STS THX

    It is by our tongues, by our values and by our traditions that we differ; and ASEAN is one that made me appreciate diversity as it binds different cultures into one unified goal. This diversities that join together like rivers all ending up in one sea, has taught me that we, people of the same origin, the brown skinned, the Malays to which we call ourselves, are brothers not just in race but in thoughts and ideas of progress. ASEAN is one organization that makes that. As a Filipino, knowing an organization strives for this significant aim or objective has helped me understand how I can be able to contribute to the world, and foremost, to my own country.

  19. Monica Tan says:

    TAN, Monica Alexis H.
    2015-06965
    STS THX

  20. Janella Chan says:

    CHAN, Janella Meara L.
    2016-01177
    STS THX

    “You have to taste a culture to understand it.” – Deborah Cater

    The ease in which we cross boundaries of ASEAN countries has peaked my appreciation for Southeast Asian dishes, as I am able to experience the culture firsthand through the people, the places, and most importantly the food. Apart from equitable economic development and an efficient trading system, the swift travel process and lower tariffs allow a gastronomic understanding of a country — an essential, but often overlooked, travel must.

    Link:
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5xeHLKWvkAUV0RvLThPYzNWcTg

  21. Jan Paul Oasan says:

    OASAN, Jan Paul S.
    2013-14835
    STS THX

    As an “iskolar ng bayan”, a student of the University of the Philippines, I am compelled to learn not only the requirements of my chosen program but also to learn how macroeconomic decisions affect the marginalized and impoverished in our country.

    It is quite easy to look at statistics on the national level and assume that because our gross domestic product (GDP) has been increasing since the early 2000s, our economy and therefore our people are doing well. That isn’t quite the case, the number of out-of-school youth is still quite high reaching more than a million (according to Philippine Institute for Development Studies) and underemployment rate is almost 20% (as of 2016, according to Philippine Statistics Authority). This is where the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) comes in. One of the aims and purposes of ASEAN is “to accelerate the economic growth, social progress and cultural development in the region through joint endeavours in the spirit of equality and partnership in order to strengthen the foundation for a prosperous and peaceful community of Southeast Asian Nations ”. Stemming from the Millenium Development Goals (MDG) and in accordance to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the United Nations (UN), the ASEAN is developing its own ASEAN Development Goals (ADG), with the aim of filling in the gaps so to speak. Ideas brought up here include poverty eradication, better access to quality healthcare, and research initiatives on impact of development goals and foreign aid.

    Personally I’ve been fortunate enough to travel to one of the ASEAN member states, specifically Singapore, without the requirement of a visa. It was quite an enriching experience, learning about different cultures and their efficient transport system. But beyond this opportunity, the ASEAN is a platform for our national leaders to show unity in defiance against poverty and neglect of sustainability. The importance of communicating desire for ASEAN to prosper in a holistic manner and not just economically cannot be stated enough. With further endeavours like the ADG and programs that follow-up on it, people’s daily lives are affected even though they’re not always aware of it. To uplift the capacity for personal development through large scale cooperative decision making on political, economic, and socio-cultural aspects is how ASEAN continues to help me.

    References

    http://dirp3.pids.gov.ph/websitecms/CDN/PUBLICATIONS/pidspn1619.pdf

    https://psa.gov.ph/content/2016-annual-labor-and-employment-status

    http://www.asean2017.ph/about-asean/

    https://thcasean.org/read/articles/174/ASEAN-Development-Goals-Potentials-to-fill-the-development-gap-in-the-region

  22. Janella Chan says:

    CHAN, Janella Meara L.
    2016-01177
    STS THX

    “You have to taste a culture to understand it.” – Deborah Cater

    The ease in which we cross boundaries among ASEAN members has peaked my appreciation for Southeast Asian dishes, as I am able to experience the culture firsthand through the people, the places, and most importantly, the food. Apart from equitable economic development and an efficient trading system, the swift travel processes and lower tariffs allow me to have a gastronomic understanding of these countries — an essential, but often overlooked, travel must.

    Link:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5xeHLKWvkAUV0RvLThPYzNWcTg/view?usp=sharing

  23. Alessandra Fajardo says:

    Fajardo, Alessandra P.
    2012-25882
    STS THX

    Here’s a simple poster-collage of how ASEAN helped me.
    All icons are c/o flaticon.com

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/anu9mk0xgotroe7/ASEAN%20Exercise_Fajardo%2C%20Alessandra%20THX.png?dl=0

  24. Alessandra Fajardo says:

    Fajardo, Alessandra P.
    2012-25882
    STS THX

    Here’s a simple poster-collage of how ASEAN helped me.
    All icons c/o flaticon.com

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/anu9mk0xgotroe7/ASEAN%20Exercise_Fajardo%2C%20Alessandra%20THX.png?dl=0

  25. Espejo, Edelton II H.
    2013-47644
    STS THX

    It helped me with the friendship and unity among Asian country especially Philippines and Korea that has paved the way or an opportunity for me of the introduction of modernized facilities such as how do they build cars in a factory. Modernization of government facilities, installation of the buildings and roads. It made me think that the modernization of the Philippines was because of the help of the countries around us.

    The unity of the individual countries of ASEAN is a big part of Philippines. The appreciation of different culture when tourist gather in tourist spots. The diverse opportunities that that we can also get in the form of trading and commercializing the product of one ASEAN country. For the better purposes of these standard makes a possible economic development of one country to another.

    There will always be that gap of countries where one country is more successful than another country, but the fact that countries that try to help and can offer financially, politically, economically and acceptance of how diverse one country is. Individual countries’ diversity can be united with another country and be more progressive in terms of how one country cooperate with another.

    Opportunities where also open from ASEAN countries. Countries helped one another to make immigrant come from their respective places. It helped out people to make a community as one or should I say ASEAN countries as one.

  26. seb lazatin says:

    Lazatin, Sebastian Luis Y.
    2014-06405
    STS THX

  27. seb lazatin says:

    Lazatin, Sebastian Luis Y.
    2014-06405
    STS THX

    short video:

  28. Micah Dasmariñas says:

    DASMARIÑAS, Micah C.
    2015-02891
    STS THX

    I am a daughter of an overseas Filipino worker, yeah, just like many out there. My father has been working abroad since I was grade three. 2 years later after he first left for work, we were blessed to visit the country where he works, Malaysia. We didn’t need visa to go there and we’re given 30 days to stay as visitors. A bonus, we got to extend our stay there and I can say our time there was pretty well spent and memorable. Aside from the quality bonding time, we got to meet people of different nationality and we felt like we were at home. We’ve got to interact and socialize with them and I can say they were so kind and welcoming. We had a couple of visits there but because our schedules got a little knotty we hadn’t had visits since the last, but all things indeed work together for good. My father can go home frequently, not missing the important events and occasions of the family.

    Having a father working abroad isn’t easy yes, but good thing we have these benefits that make it easier. Those things (traveling without needing a visa which saved a lot of precious time, easily adaptable culture, easy back and forth travel, etc.) however simple they may be, means a lot to me. They’ve contributed in making the long distance relationship between us more bearable and I think these things are how ASEAN has impacted my life. These were the benefits of being part of it and consequences of its pillars, ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) for one.

    It has been 10 years, and counting since the first time he left for work abroad. I am counting for how many years remaining until he comes back for good but for the mean time I’m glad, cause we’ve got to experience these favors that are meant for our good.

  29. Mika Panaguiton says:

    Panaguiton, Ana Michaela J.
    2013-89245
    STS THX

    ASEAN affects me by promoting peace, coperation, maritime security, and visa-free travel among member states.

    As members of ASEAN, we are allowed visa-free travel to other ASEAN countries, which has enhanced intra-ASEAN travel and economic progress. I have been able to travel to Bangkok, Thailand with my all 15 members of my family without a visa. Hopefully, I will be able to go back sometime because I loved the culture in Thailand and can visit other ASEAN countries to get to know the different cultures involved in ASEAN. The maritime security ASEAN membership highlights is also especially important for a country that is an archipelago, such as the Philippines.
    All the principle aims of ASEAN (i.e. increasing economic growth, social progress, and sociocultural evolution among its members) cannot be possible without protecting regional stability and peace among member countries. This is essential at a time when so many political, economic, and social changes are happening across the world. I, for one, tend to become anxious about the future of the world and international relations due to news about numerous people becoming victims of war, oppression, and racial discrimination. Thus, for me, it is timely that my own country, the Philippines, is taking chairmanship over ASEAN. I am especially proud that our aims to better the quality of life of member countries by maintaining ASEAN centrality, unity, solidarity, peace, and security. This sense of togetherness and common identity can also hopefully help ASEAN nations to become global players and be a model of peace to other nations.

    Poster: https://tinyurl.com/ASEANPosterPanaguiton
    All icons c/o flaticon.com

    References:
    ASEAN 2017. The Chairmanship. ASEAN 2017. http://www.asean2017.ph/wp-content/uploads/ASEAN-Chairmanship-Primer.pdf.

  30. Mikhael Dionio says:

    Dionio, Mikhael Jude M.
    2015-13824
    STS THX

    As a Filipino, I have received the benefits of the ASEAN through its efforts to ensure economic growth in its member countries, including the Philippines. In bringing the South East Asian countries together, the ASEAN allows these countries to work together to develop and grow as a community. Together, the ASEAN members share ideas to better themselves.

    Through its Socio-Cultural Committee, the ASEAN also looks after the citizens of its member countries such as myself. The Socio-Cultural Committee has created programs aimed at improving education, health, environment and many others as well as promoting the culture of its member countries. The ASEAN allows for easy access to other member countries by not requiring a visa to visit. This makes it easier for me to experience and appreciate more the cultures, traditions and people of the other ASEAN member countries.

  31. Jand Magpantay says:

    MAGPANTAY, Jand Frewi D.
    2015-08681
    STS THX

    Link:

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8dw5EYjTtgTczFkY1hjczJudlU

  32. Jand Magpantay says:

    MAGPANTAY, Jand Frewi D.
    2015-08681
    STS THX

    Link:
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8dw5EYjTtgTczFkY1hjczJudlU

  33. Justin Kho says:

    Kho, Justin Kedrick Wynn
    2013-71009
    STS THX

    ASEAN is a community of countries highlighting an alliance that will help build nations be develop economically and be culturally diverse. Hence, this one vision, one identity and one community mantra of ASEAN has taught me the value of friendship, while still maintaining the core individuality of a country. Certainly, there will be benefits accrued through partnerships and alliances, but the essence of who you are as a nation must never be compromised.I learned more about myself with the friendships I have made throughout my life. And this drawing represents what ASEAN has taught me.

    There is a reason why an eagle was drawn, the different colors were colored, the flags drawn, and the man at the center of it all. First, the flags at the sides represent friendship, alliances (basically, friends by your side) . The man represents individuality (myself), who you are as a person/nation, meaning you must always remember the essence of self before the influences of others. And together, when you’ve sorted out everything, you can soar high like an eagle, touch limitless possibilities. Also, the colors, which you may have thought of already,(except the black) represent the Philippines.

    This is what ASEAN has taught me, friendship, individuality, and soaring high touching limitless possibilities.

    Attached is the drawing. (not an artistic person)
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/6hwhvsxbq0h9kux/2.jpg?dl=0

  34. Yeinnezyr Dizon says:

    DIZON, Yeinnezyr B.
    2015-02510
    STS THX

    Link of infographic:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByxGagc-pJxkTUQ3ME5WbWdKbHM/view?usp=sharing

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