After a few months of classes at IPC, it was time for students to take a little break from the routine and either have some creative intensive classes or trips. This was what we called "Alternative Weeks", which lasted for two weeks from October 21st to November 4th. There were choices for what each student … Continue reading Being a comedian within two alternative weeks in IPC
Since I was about 5 years old, I was sent to primary school as every parent did to every child. Every student in Myanmar has to study the same six subjects: Myanmar, English, Mathematics, Geography, History and Science, before starting High School. High school students choose one of 2 tracks upon entering high school: science … Continue reading The first biggest challenge for me in IPC
The day was dawning, hens had started crowing and birds were singing. It was the middle of June, and I, as the last one in the family, woke up at around 6 a.m. My mom was sitting beside the open-fire and boiling the water, the last task before our breakfast was ready.
Of the many programs initiated by IPC, Dining with a Dane, which occured on the 20th September 2018, was an initiative that the school had never done before. The school launched this event on Facebook and perhaps among other networks as well. Thirty two local families from in and out of the town signed up to host IPC students for dinner.
"But we've built friendship not only between each others, also families and countries. "Friends don't kill each other" is what has inspired me in one of morning fellowships, even though I can't remember who specifically said that. It might be something that IPC is intended for."
On the 18th of October 2017, I was on the plane heading to the Philippines. The air-hostess was demonstrating in-flight safety and I was cautiously looking at her in order to be aware of lifesaving myself in case of air crash. It was my very first time traveling abroad and second time of riding plane … Continue reading A new dream has brought me another new dream