O de­sire some­thing you don’t have is hu­man; to fi­nally have it within your reach, di­vine. Be­ing in the trop­ics where it’s prac­ti­cally warm all year, most Filipinos can only imag­ine what it’s like to gather round the fire­place, sip on hot cho­co­late or mull

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Sur­gi­cal Res­i­dent

Chong Hua Hos­pi­tal/Vi­cente Sotto Memo­rial Med­i­cal Cen­ter

“Ahot Christ­mas. As an Ea­gle Scout and an as­pir­ing uro­log­i­cal sur­geon, I be­lieve that Christ­mas is a time to re­mind our­selves to keep the fire of love burn­ing by serv­ing those in need. While work­ing in the hos­pi­tal, do­ing my best to take care of and treat pa­tients brings a sense of joy and ful­fill­ment in my heart es­pe­cially when I see their warm smiles of grat­i­tude. Christ­mas af­ter all is a time of spread­ing hap­pi­ness and what bet­ter way to do that than be­ing a man for oth­ers.”

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