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Short Courses at Modern Academy of Image, Culture and the Arts: New School in the Fort

A brand new school is opening up at the Fort Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Burgos circle area. It’s going to be a very modern school with top coaches who can help bring your career to the next level! They have real world training for you to be able to succeed in this very real world.

The Modern Academy of Image, Culture, and the Arts (MAICA) offers courses that empower the individual with a dynamic perspective and real life skills essential to successful, modern living.

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Modern Academy of Image, Culture and the Arts short courses in Personal Finance Management

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Modern Academy of Image, Culture and the Arts short course in basic Photography

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Modern Academy of Image, Culture and the Arts Presentation Essential Skills

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Modern Academy of Image, Culture and the Arts Basic Lightroom Workshop

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Modern Academy of Image, Culture and the Arts Personal Advancement Program

“MAICA offers courses that empower individuals with a dynamic perspective and real-life skills essential to successful modern living” Tools to survive and thrive in the modern world.
Supported by Maquillage Professionnel, Pinoy Photographers, & Our Awesome Planet.
For course and rates. pls call us at 5695235/8468920

MAICA Address: 2nd Floor,Unit 2 Bellagio,Forbes Town Center, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Philippines

MA ICA Contact Info: 846-8920/ 569-5235

MAICA Website: http://www.modernacademy.com.ph

MAICA Email: info@modernacademy.com.ph

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Modern Academy of Image, Culture and the Arts / MAICA

Short Courses at Modern Academy of Image, Culture and the Arts: New School in the Fort


Things I Wish People Knew When Driving in the Philippines

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Driving in the Philippines isn’t quite like it is anywhere else. Here are some things I wish people would think of while driving when in the Philippines.

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Patience isn’t just a virtue… it’s a flippin necessity!
You can start your day off by smiling and keeping the little things exactly what they’re supposed to be – little. Or, you could totally BLOW UP and frustrate yourself at that one guy who cut you off on the road. It’ll really reflect the rest of your day. Your choice.
Size doesn’t matterJust coz you drive a bigger car doesn’t mean that you’re the king of the road.
Motorcycles, bikes and pedestrians are people too you know!
Pedestrians should have the right of way
I mean they’re walking… you’re driving…. you hit them… they die…. So can we just wait an extra few seconds to let them cross the street?
Did honking your horn that much really make things move faster?
Like really? Quit being a horn-y-bastard (get it… ‘horn-y’…. no…? Nevermind!)
Mind your manners
If you insist on flipping me off every time something doesn’t go your way, then I insist that you also say thank you during times that they do – like when I let you cut in front of me
The evil stare makes you look like a punkDon’t give me a stare down like you’re gonna do something while you drive off and hide behind your locked car. It just makes you look like a wuss
Try smiling, it makes everyone’s days better
They invented this thing called “Trash Cans”USE IT!
Stop throwing stuff out your window! This is YOUR WORLD and YOUR COUNTRY too!
It would be nice if you were niceIt’ll make this long road trip better for me and you
I know you have somewhere to go and you’re in a rush, so is everyone else. Can’t we all just get along?

Hope you’re all having a wonderful driven and driving day!

*Image #1 photo credits to http://filamfunk.blogspot.com

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