I liked the part when the protagonist was inspired to do something out of his boundaries and in turn becoming successful. I also like my first page aesthetically.
In our country, the word "tayo" has 2 definitions depending on its pronunciation. The first tayo would mean "to stand", and the second would mean " we". So basically the title means " let's stand". Tayo tayo took away every minute of my free time hahaha hope you like it.. I'm also a candidate for graduation this coming February. Hoping to march during the ceremony just like my protagonist.
I was a Philippine delegate for the JENESYS 2.0 (Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths) last march 2015. Currently on the job training in Philippine Rice Research Institute (Philrice). previously the head of extension committee in CLSU Society for the Advancement of Japanese Arts and Culture.