Pascual graces The Educator seminar
Jessamyn Ferrer | 2010-12-08 10:23:17 AM

Two-time Palanca awardee for essay and alumnus of the CLSU-University Science High School Mr. Wilfredo O. Pascual, Jr. served as guest speaker on a writing and reading seminar sponsored by The Educator last June 26, 2010 at the CERDS Audio Visual Room.

Entitled “Pagsusulat, Pagbabasa at Paglalakbay”, the seminar was participated in by the staff writers of The Educator and CLSU Collegian, together with BSEd-English and AB DevComm students.

“You always go back where you came from, and there is always something to look forward to each time you go back to that place” said Pascual during his opening speech.

Pascual is now permanently residing in United States and frequently travels to different countries for his work to promote literacy among children all over the world.

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