As for advice, Chong shared that “learning doesn’t stop inside the classroom.” She emphasized the importance of meeting different people and interacting with them, because they can teach you new things. She also added that “failure is good,” as it allows ideas to improve and bring them closer to their goal.
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“What do you mean this isn’t meat?!”
A MINT student had just tried fried “chick-un” (pun intended) balls served from VegetaBowl, one of the attractions during the recently concluded MINT Multimedia Arts (MMA) Week last January 22-24. Aia Arkoncel, MINT MMA senior, is the founder of this vegan food business that had sold out on all three days.
Siblings Bella and Sofia Manzano—MINT Film and Entrepreneurial Management students, respectively—made it their goal to help artists gain audience for their creation. What's the best way to do that? Through phone cases!
The WEAVE team met with Fern Tan at MINT College’s professional recording Sonic Boom. At first glance, Fern appeared seemingly nonchalant, but once he started speaking, it became evident why this young artist is one of the rising names in the local music scene today.
A Chinese proverb once taught, “teach a man to fish and you’ll feed him for a lifetime”. Ignite Manila, a nonprofit organization, and MINT College, with its Social Entrepreneurship program, joined forces to initiate “farm tourism” in the town of San Jose, Batangas.