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  • 1. MY
    Japanese
    ICHI-GO ICHI-YE
    EXPERIENCE
    Reporting GSE Studies
    Group Study Exchange 2011, Valenzuela West
    Rotary International
  • 2. DEFINITION OF TERMS:
    What is G.S.E.?
    • Group Study Exchange is an educational program of The Rotary Foundation wherein Rotary districts in different countries are paired to send and receive professional study groups of non-Rotarian team members and one Rotarian team leader to travel for four to six weeks, staying in the homes of Rotarians when possible.
  • COMPONENTS OF THE GSE PROGRAM
    Encourage team members and hosts to meet, communicate, and live with each other in a spirit of fellowship and goodwill
    Provide opportunities to observe vocations as practiced in another country
    VOCATIONAL VISITS
    CULTURAL EXPERIENCES
    FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY
    ROTARIAN
    INVOLVEMENT
    Promote an appreciation of cultural diversity worldwide through experiences in an organized host program
    Offers Rotarians specific, practical, and meaningful opportunities for
    international service
  • 3. MAIN GOAL OF THE GSE PROGRAM
    The GSE program is designed to develop
    professional and leadership skills among
    young adults, so that they can address the
    needs of their communities and an increasingly
    global workplace
  • 4. MEETthe
    Philippine
    GSETEAM’11
  • 5. Roma Atabug
    Michael Joseph Diño
    Team Member
    Development Worker, NEDA
    Team Member
    Nurse Researcher & Informaticist
    Our Lady of Fatima University
    Noel Flores
    Team Leader
    Businessman
    Ronel Jimenez
    Team Member
    Mathematics Instructor
    San Juan de Letran
    Christine Joyce Ajoc
    Team Member
    Anthropologist
    University of the Philippines
  • 6. Roma Atabug
    The “Informer”
    Michael Joseph Diño
    The “Tech-companion”
    Team Member
    Development Worker, NEDA
    Team Member
    Development Worker, NEDA
    Team Member
    Nurse Researcher & Informaticist
    Our Lady of Fatima University
    Reminds tasks;
    sweetest companion
    Manage group materials, reports and audio-visual presentations
    Noel Flores
    The “Guardian”
    Team Leader
    Businessman
    Ronel Jimenez
    The “Entertainer”
    Leader and decision maker
    Team Member
    Mathematics Instructor
    San Juan de Letran
    Cultural presentation; singer
    Christine Joyce Ajoc
    The “Joker”
    Team Member
    Anthropologist
    University of the Philippines
    Provide ‘light moments’; source
    of jokes for all
  • 7. GSE 2011
    TIMELINE
    Pre-departure preparation
    Attend
    Rotary Meetings
    AUGUST
    DECEMBER
    JANUARY
    FEBRUARY
    Flight to Japan
    Received application form from Valenzuela West
    1st alternate became a group member
    GSE 2011
    was formed
  • 8. Rotarian
    INVOLVEMENT
  • 9. ROTARY INTERNATIONAL D2680
    RID 2680 covers all the region of Hyogo Prefecture located at the midwest of the main island facing the Japan Sea.
    74 clubs
    3,000Rotarians
  • 10. ROTARY INTERNATIONAL D2680
    HOT SPRINGS
    KOBE BEEF
    KOBE WATER
    SOY SAUCE
    CRAB
    HIMEJI CASTLE
    ‘SAKE’
    FINE NOODLE
    AUTO-ELECTRICALS
  • 11. ROTARY MEETINGS & BANNER EXCHANGE
  • 12. DISTRICT CONFERENCE
  • 13. PREDEPARTURE
    Group
    PREPARATION
  • 14. PREPARING FOR GSE 2011
    1
    Cultural PresPractice
    Predeparture Materials
    2
    3
    Language Class
    Nihongo
  • 15. STUDY EXCHANGE
    IEC Materials
  • 16. JAPANESE
    Learn to Speak
    Our 14-session class started January and ends before our departure; location: Ortigas
    GOOD MORNING
    OHAYO GOZAIMAZU!
    GOOD AFTERNOON
    KONICHIWA!
    GOOD EVENING
    KONBANWA!
    I AM ______
    WATASHI WA _________ DES
    IM FROM VALENZUELA CITY, ROTARY CLUB VALENZUELA WEST
    ROTARY KRAB NO VARENZUELA SHI KARA KIMASHITA
  • 17. CULTURAL
    PRESENTATION
    “Kalesa’
  • 18. GSE Members’
    Cultural and Fellowship
    VISITS
  • 19. CULTURAL VISITS IN A NUTSHELL
    Kyoto Japanese Pagoda
    Himeji Castle
    Sosyasan Temple
    Kakurinji Temple
    Jyurinji Temple
    Takasago Shrine
    Kashima Shrine
    Oushiko Shrine
    Yodoku House
    Visit to Kyoto
    Ikuno Silver Mine
    Toy Museum
    Science Museum
    Suntory Brewery
    Kobe Steel Works
    Archeology Museum
    Printing Company
    “Wabi-Sabi”
    Assembly of Youths
    Buddhism Arts
    Museum of Nature
    Museum of History
    Rice Brewery
    Kobe Disaster Reduction
    Dyeing Experience
    Arima Hotel Onsen
    5 days of immersion at
    Japanese homes
  • 20. SITTING-TYPE BATHROOMS WITH HOT BATH
    BED-ON-FLOOR WITH HI-TECH ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS
    JAPANESE DOLLS/ ORNAMENTS
    SEPARATE SLIPPERS FOR EVERY SECTION
    SMALL KITCHEN WITH TEA SETS
    WIDE TATAMI ROOMS OVERLOOKING JAPANESE GARDENS
  • 21. - MEETMYHOSTFAMILIES -
  • 22. - MEETMYHOSTFAMILIES -
  • 23. GSE Members’
    Vocational
    VISITS
  • 24. ROTARY INTERNATIONAL D2680
    Buildings, Japanese gardens and Construction sites
    Hospitals, nursing homes, technological sites
    Math classes; highschools
    Museums, cultural activities
    Hospitals, day-care centers, special classes
  • 25. Kansai University
    Ethonology Museum
    Kansai Rousai Hospital
    Farewell Party at Amagasaki
    Welcome Party
    DAY 1
    TUESDAY
    DAY 2
    WEDNESDAY
    DAY 3
    THURSDAY
    DAY 4
    FRIDAY
    DAY 5
    SATURDAY
    DAY 6
    SUNDAY
    Ashiya Special School
    Ashiya International School
    Mathematics Class
    Tagalog Class
    Host Families
    Kyoto Cultural Visit
    Welcome
    at Kansai Airport
    WEEK 1
    GETTING TO KNOW JAPAN
  • 26. DEPARTURE AT TERMINAL 2
  • 27. ARRIVAL AT KANSAI AIRPORT
  • 28. FIRST DINNER AT HOTEL NEW ARCHAIC
  • 29. SEND-OFF AND WELCOME PARTY
  • 30. SEND-OFF AND WELCOME PARTY
  • 31. ASHIYA SPECIAL SCHOOL
  • 32. ASHIYA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
  • 33. INSPECT MATHEMATICS CLASSES
  • 34. VISIT TAGALOG CLASS
  • 35. KYOTO VISIT: GOLDEN TEMPLE
  • 36. KYOTO VISIT: PAGODA
  • 37. KYOTO VISIT: SAKURA SITE
  • 38. NIGHT AT THE AMAGASAKI BAR
  • 39. FAREWELL PARTY AT AMAGASAKI
  • 40. Kansai University
    Ethonology Museum
    Kansai Rousai Hospital
    Farewell Party at Amagasaki
    Welcome Party
    DAY 1
    TUESDAY
    DAY 2
    WEDNESDAY
    DAY 3
    THURSDAY
    DAY 4
    FRIDAY
    DAY 5
    SATURDAY
    DAY 6
    SUNDAY
    Ashiya Special School
    Ashiya International School
    Mathematics Class
    Tagalog Class
    Kyoto Cultural Visit
    Welcome
    at Kansai Airport
    WEEK 1
    GETTING TO KNOW JAPAN
  • 41. Himeji City Hall
    Club Meeting: Himeji Chuo
    Red Cross Hospital
    Toy Museum
    Silver Mine
    Farewell Party
    Harima Shrine
    Club Meeting: Himeji
    Enyoji Temple
    DAY 8
    MONDAY
    DAY 9
    TUESDAY
    DAY 10
    WEDNESDAY
    DAY 11
    THURSDAY
    DAY 12
    FRIDAY
    DAY 13
    SATURDAY
    Recycling Facility
    Club Meeting: Himeji West
    Junior and Senior Highschool
    Science Museum
    Host Families
    Visit Himeji Castle
    Welcome Party
    WEEK 2
    THE JAPANESE ENVIRONMENT
  • 42. HIMEJI CASTLE VISIT
  • 43. WELCOME PARTY AT HIMEJI
  • 44. RECYCLING FACILITY
  • 45. CLUB MEETING: HIMEJI WEST
  • 46. TOFU PARTY
  • 47. HIMEJI CITY HALL
  • 48. CLUB MEETING: HIMEJI CHUO
  • 49. RED CROSS HOSPITAL: NURSING SCHOOL
  • 50. RED CROSS HOSPITAL
  • 51. JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGHSCHOOL
  • 52. FILIPINO RESTAURANT: SAMPAGUITA
  • 53. ENYOJI TEMPLE
  • 54. ENYOJI TEMPLE
  • 55. ENYOJI TEMPLE
  • 56. WEDDING CEREMONY
  • 57. WEDDING CEREMONY SHRINE
  • 58. SUSHI AND ICE CREAM DINNER
  • 59. IKUNO MOUNTAIN
  • 60. IKUNO SILVER MINE
  • 61. TEA CEREMONY WITH HIMEJI ROTARIANS
  • 62. TOY MUSEUM
  • 63. TOY MUSEUM: CHERRY BLOSSOM TEA
  • 64. FREE DAY: CATHOLIC MASS
  • 65. FREE DAY: HIMEJI DRIVING RANGE
  • 66. FAREWELL PARTY: HIMEJI
  • 67. Himeji City Hall
    Club Meeting: Himeji Chuo
    Red Cross Hospital
    Toy Museum
    Silver Mine
    Farewell Party
    Harima Shrine
    Club Meeting: Himeji
    Enyoji Temple
    DAY 8
    MONDAY
    DAY 9
    TUESDAY
    DAY 10
    WEDNESDAY
    DAY 11
    THURSDAY
    DAY 12
    FRIDAY
    DAY 13
    SATURDAY
    Recycling Facility
    Club Meeting: Himeji West
    Junior and Senior Highschool
    Science Museum
    Host Families
    Visit Himeji Castle
    Welcome Party
    WEEK 2
    THE JAPANESE ENVIRONMENT
  • 68. Suntory Beverage
    Jyurinji Temple
    Takasago Shrine
    Kikkoman
    Printing
    Move to Kobe Portpia for District Conference
    Kakogawa Steel Works
    Club Meeting: Kakogawa
    Archeology Museum
    DAY 15
    MONDAY
    DAY 16
    TUESDAY
    DAY 17
    WEDNESDAY
    DAY 18
    THURSDAY
    DAY 19
    FRIDAY
    DAY 20
    SATURDAY
    Kakurinji Temple
    Inami poultry
    Quakeproof site
    Stone Garden
    Wabi-Sabi
    Dyeing Experience
    Move in to Kakogawa Hotel
    Kakogawa Hospital
    Welcome Party
    WEEK 3
    THE OTHER SIDE OF JAPAN
  • 69. KAKOGAWA HOSPITAL
  • 70. WELCOME PARTY
  • 71. UNI-QLO EXPERIENCE
  • 72. ARCHEOLOGY MUSEUM
  • 73. CLUB MEETING: KAKOGAWA
  • 74. KOBE STEEL WORKS
  • 75. JYURINJI TEMPLE
  • 76. TAKASAGO SHRINE
  • 77. QUAKE-PROOF SITE
  • 78. CALLIGRAPHY EXPERIENCE
  • 79. PRINTING COMPANY
  • 80. SUNTORY BREVERAGE
  • 81. STONE GARDEN
  • 82. WABI-SABI EXPERIENCE
  • 83. DYEING EXPERIENCE
  • 84. FAREWELL PARTY
  • 85. TAKOYAKI CENTER
  • 86. LONGEST BRIDGE
  • 87. ASSEMBLY OF YOUTHS
  • 88. Suntory Beverage
    Jyurinji Temple
    Takasago Shrine
    Kikkoman
    Printing
    Move to Kobe Portpia for District Conference
    Kakogawa Steel Works
    Club Meeting: Kakogawa
    Archeology Museum
    DAY 15
    MONDAY
    DAY 16
    TUESDAY
    DAY 17
    WEDNESDAY
    DAY 18
    THURSDAY
    DAY 19
    FRIDAY
    DAY 20
    SATURDAY
    Kakurinji Temple
    Inami poultry
    Quakeproof site
    Stone Garden
    Wabi-Sabi
    Dyeing Experience
    Move in to Kakogawa Hotel
    Kakogawa Hospital
    Welcome Party
    WEEK 3
    THE OTHER SIDE OF JAPAN
  • 89. Kobe Disaster Reduction
    Arima Grand Hotel
    JICA
    Bhuddism center
    Yodoku Guest House
    Social Welfare Center
    Museum of Nature
    Universal Studios
    DAY 22
    MONDAY
    DAY 23
    TUESDAY
    DAY 24
    WEDNESDAY
    DAY 25
    THURSDAY
    DAY 26
    FRIDAY
    DAY 27
    SATURDAY
    Club Meeting: Nishinomiya
    Hyogo Board of Education
    Nishinomiya Shrine
    Rice Brewery
    Hyogo Medical University
    School for the Handicapped
    Canadian School
    Kobe University
    WEEK 4
    OUR LAST SHOT
  • 90. SCHOOL FOR THE HANDICAPPED
  • 91. KOBE UNIVERSITY
  • 92. BUDDHISM CENTER
  • 93. GUEST HOUSE
  • 94. SCHOOL FOR THE HANDICAPPED
  • 95. HOME FOR THE ELDERLY
  • 96. CLUB MEETING NISHINOMIYA
  • 97. KOBE TOWER
  • 98. UNIVERSAL STUDIOS
  • 99. HYOGO MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  • 100. HYOGO YATCH CLUB
  • 101. RICE BREWERY (SAKE)
  • 102. ARIMA GRAND HOTEL
  • 103. ARIMA GRAND HOTEL: ONSEN
  • 104. MUSEUM OF NATURE
  • 105. JAICA AND KOBE DISASTER REDUCTION
  • 106. GSE CHAIR BIRTHDAY
  • 107. FAREWELL PARTY
  • 108. Things that FILIPINOS
    Must LEARN
    from the
    JAPANESE
  • 109. LESSON #1
    TIME is GOLD but
    TIME MANAGEMENT
    is PLATINUM
  • 110. LESSON #2
    DON’T DRINK
    and DRINK and DRIVE
  • 111. LESSON #3
    SERVE OTHERS
    even if you’re NOT PAID
  • 112. LESSON #4
    CLEANLINESS is next
    to PROGRESS
  • 113. LESSON #5
    Consider HEALTH as
    Everybody’s RIGHT
  • 114. LESSON #6
    Be PROUD of your
    COUNTRY
  • 115. LESSON #7
    Don’t reproduce your CULTURE, GROW it instead
  • 116. LESSON #8
    LOVENATURE
    LEAVE some to the
    FUTURE GENERATIONS
  • 117. LESSON #9
    LOVE your PROFESSION
    Its your personal CALLING
  • 118. LESSON #10
    Consider EVERYTHING
    As an ICHI-GO-ICHI-YE
  • 119. END OF PRESENTATION
    SALAMAT PO.
    Michael Joseph Dino, BSN-RN, MAN (Meritissimus)
    graduate, bachelor of science in nursing, 2005
    graduated meritissimus, master of arts in nursing, OLFUGS 2007
    with PhD units, PhD. Developmental Studies, USTGS
    clinical instructor/faculty – nursing virtual laboratory, OLFU
    Nursing Boards Examination Reviewer, OLFU
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