KAUSAP: AUGUST 26 (10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION)

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(Photo documentation during the radio show, Kausap, at 95.9 Green FM.)

  • (12:33 PM) Hosts bade farewell as Kausap ended.
  • (12:30 PM) Ate Meijilyn Montes Left the show.
  • (12:15 PM) Sir Siegfried Gamueda: “It’s the same thing that I felt nung nasa Germany ako. Kapag umuupo ako sa labas at lamig na lamig, gusto kong umiyak.”
  • (12:00 NN) Sir Siegfried Gamueda commented on Ate Meijilyn’s story and shared on his experience in Germany.
  • (11:50 AM) Meijilyn Montes talked about her feelings as she started in Singapore, especially the depression she felt.
  •  (11: 49 AM) “First thing, kailangan malaman mo kung anong goal in life. Wherever will it be, you have to study their culture. That’s the first thing you have to do. If you don’t study their culture, how can you expect to blend with them? Another piece of advice, kung ready ka to take the risk, to go overseas and work there, you really have to take the risk. You can’t hold back. You have to remember your reason for going there. At the end of the day, you always do what’s best for you.” She said, giving advices for those with plans on working overseas. “If you can be first class, why don’t you do it?,” Thessa Sandoval live form Canada.
  • (11:48 AM) She expressed feelings of gratitude for Canada. “Advice ko lang is that, tama naman si sir madaming talents sa pilipinas sa abroad, but don’t close yourself to ooprtunities, kung feeling mo gusto mo talaga magstay sa Pilipinas, go for it.”
  • (11:47 AM) Thessa Sandoval, from Canada connected to the Green FM station via Phone Patch, relayed her confusion when she had just arrived. She said that the people were friendly, to the point where a random stranger can approach you to ask about your day.“Mahirap Talaga sa umpisa, but then you have to do what you have to do. Just focus on your goals.” Sandoval claimed as she relayed how hard it was to find a job in Canada.
  • (11:45 AM) Meijilyn Montes: “First thing, kailangan malaman mo kung anong goal in life. Wherever will it be, you have to study their culture. That’s the first thing you have to do. If you don’t study their culture, how can you expect to blend with them? Another piece of advice, kung ready ka to take the risk, to go overseas and work there, you really have to take the risk. You can’t hold back. You have to remember your reason for going there. At the end of the day, you always do what’s best for you.” She said, giving advices for those with plans on working overseas. “If you can be first class, why don’t you do it?”
  • (11:43 AM) Meijilyn Montes talked about Singapore’s Government and how Media can criticize anything save for the government.
  • (11:39 AM) Sir Sieg and Summer commented on Meijilyn Montes’ story.
  • (11:37 AM) Meijilyn Montes talked about why she left for Singapore.
  • (11:35 AM) Meijilyn Montes was called up on Phone Patch
  • (11:33 AM) Delaine Padilla briefly greeted everyone in the Green FM station. Unfortunately, she had to leave soon because of her work. Following her, Meijilyn Montes, who is currently in Singapore, was next on the phone patch. She told her story on why she had to leave the Philippines for Singapore, saying that it was “for the sake of her loved ones.”
  • (11:32 AM) Kausap returned and phone patched Delaine Padilla. Delaine Padilla recounted how Kausap Started.
  • (11:31 AM) Kausap left for a break
  • (11:30 AM) Thessa Sandoval left
  • (11:21 AM) Ate Thessa: “October, I’ll be home. Malapit na.”
  • (11:16 AM) Thessa Sandoval relayed her story about her first experience in Canada. Where she was greeted by a stranger.
  • (11:15 AM) Ate Thesa: “Syempre nakakapanibago. I won’t say culture shock kasi hindi naman ako na shock pero naramdaman ko yung difference.”
  • (11:14 AM) Hosts talked about the topic, Living away from Home.
  • (11:12 AM) Kausap returned
  • (11:10 AM) Kausap left for a commercial Break
  • (11:06 AM) Kausap has just begin with Alumni Guests: Eunice Samonte, Thessa Sandoval, Delaine Padilla, and Meijilyn Montes.
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