Technology and modernization are here to stay. If you don’t evolve you die. If you keep on playing the victim, you die poor. Up your game. We’re all affected but not all of us stay affected. Don’t play the victim, take charge.
We were mesmerized by the beautiful and clean surroundings, the efficient mass transport, the timely shinkansen and other trains, the snow, the mix of both urban and rural, beautiful buildings, timeless temples..
If, in spite of success, you still believe that you got way more than what you deserved, then, more blessings will surely come your way.
In spite of this development, there will still be some of our countrymen who will need to purchase single journey tickets every time, not because they want to be inconvenienced all the time, but because that’s all they can afford, or that they were used to the sachet economy mindset.
Experts have said it over and over again, the only solution to this behemoth of a traffic problem is mass transport. But while we wait for the infrastructures and facilities for that, we offer an alternative. An app-based mass transport system we call U-HOP.
With more and more ride-sharing apps sprouting everywhere, the taxi business is getting more and more competition but it is not evolving in step with technology so to speak.
The government argues that it needs the extra funds to be able to improve the system further. Likewise, some new trains are expected to arrive at various parts of 2015 to supposedly improve the service. The public meanwhile is not too keen on a fare hike as they want to see the improvements first before paying for it. So who shall win?
May pera sa basura. Pero huwag papaiwang may hawak na basura. Lalo’t higit, huwag sasaluhin ang basurang itinatambak na ng iba.
Such as in life. People come and go. Some journey with us for long, some for just a few blocks. Life goes on, our journeys go on. We all have different purposes and different paths to take.
Viya is lodged as an asset and a liability in my personal SALN. The asset side, which is the car value, I depreciate regularly (I read somewhere that normally, cars depreciate 20% in price by year 1, 10% for years 2 to 6 and 5% for years 7 to 10. Which leaves you 10% salvage value by year 10).