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Kung Hei Fat Choi!

January 23, 2012

At least, I feel a little better today. A Happy Chinese New Year’s Day for me.  Kung Hei Fat Choi!  means May Prosperity Be With You. But I wish you all not only prosperity but good health above everything!

Yesterday, I wasn’t able to attend the Autism Walk 2012, a practice that I always do annually. Being sick automatically disables me from my work. Early morning today, I got up feeling better so I was able to work on the A La Juventud Filipina segment of Mr. Fernando Ramos. A Spanish national, he is a visiting professor at the UP Department of European Languages. With the Silent Steps performance his reading was simultaneously edited in. One or the other functions as an inset. I am just to layin the music of JM Diego and Roselle Pineda. Their music for this particular segment is their second best composed music for the  omnibus film, A mi Patria / Inang-Bayan. Ultimo Adios music still ranks for me as the best among the lot.

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