Kindai Uni students MoNA workshops (2 of 4)

Here’s Paulina with her co-teacher Lucas (her son) during the Welcome Workshop with the Kindai University students.

FullSizeRender 2FullSizeRenderBelow are the creations of the Kindai uni students during the Welcome Workshop facilitated by Paulina Constancia. Simply amazing !!!

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have a fruitful stay song

Paulina teaches the group a special song she wrote to wish them all a Fruitful Stay in Cebu!

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Kindai Uni students MoNA workshops (1 of 4)

A group of Kindai University students led by their professor Andrew Atkins is in town for a sustainability tour in Cebu. The Psychology Volunteers on Bikes, The Cebu trio of permaculture hotels: West Gorordo Hotel, Elicon House and Mayflower Inn and the MoNA are teaming up to give these students meaningful experiences during their visit to Cebu.

Here are some photos of the welcome workshop facilitated by MoNA’s Paulina Constancia. The workshop was intended to give the Japanese uni students tidbits of the local culture by means of an ntroduction to fruits and expressions. Paulina aptly called the session “Finger Fruits: (pun on Finger Food)…not too much, not too little, just a teaser…

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Paulina with Kindai group distributing FINGER FRUIT worksheets

Here’s the group learning about Cebuano expressions…

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Learning about local fruits…

kindai dancing fruit salad song

Doing the FRUIT SALAD Dance: Watermelon (2x) Papaya(2x)Banana(2x)FRUIT SALAD (2x)!!!

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Now combining local fruit and expressions…

Busy, busy students..the enthusiasm and hard work is incredible considering most of them just slept 2 to 3 hours..

Let’s see the work.. Paulina’s son Lucas wanted to take part in the activity so here he is getting his turn for SHOW & TELL (like all the other participants)

Check out next post for the workshop output…

GSK 2016 at the MoNA, part 8

Eighth stop for GSK visitors at the MoNA was the ukulele workshop with Regie and Venus Bernaldez of TURTULELE.

“Lightweight, music heavy”, the catchy slogan of the TURTULELE line of ukuleles is also the nature of a music workshop with this very kind and talented husband and wife duo. Lightweight – they make learning music fun, easy and appealing. Music heavy – you are guaranteed to be heavier when you come out of their workshop as you will have added a feather in your cap – yes, you can play the ukulele! And that’s within 20 to 30 minutes of learning with Regie and Venus.

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Four strings, big smiles and a big 4 word hurrah – “I can play ukulele!” Check out the joy on the faces of these GSK visitors at the MoNA… A big, big THANK YOU to Regie and Venus  for sharing your talents and turtuleles with us!!!

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