Love and Education in Papua New Guinea

A True Story of LOVE and EDUCATION in Papua New Guinea

A True Story of Love and Education in Papua New Guinea – “So my girlfriend was a boarding student and she would go to the mess during lunch and dinner to give me her food, she was really helpful in ecouragements and advices always talking to me about giving my best and making me become better, though we both had our own issues going on and on. As I found out she was pregnant we held it together through thick and thin till I graduated in 2020.” “If you meet a girl whose down for you ,loyal, helpful and a woman who whose interested in working with you and have a life with you hold her tight.” – Christopher John Mong.

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LOVE and EDUCATION in Papua New Guinea

If you find yourself supportive partners that can sacrifice everything to put you up there and make you happy, hold onto them. She smiled amidst the tears of joy that rolled freely down her cheek and congratulated him after receiving his ‘mambu’ during University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) graduation ceremony in 2020.

Christopher John Mong is from a mix parentage of East New Britain, Madang, Central and Gulf.

Christopher started his education from elementary to Grade eight at Taurama Primary school then went to Kilakila secondary to do his Grade 9 and 10 before he got selected to Port Moresby National High to do Grade 11 & 12. After that he applied for UPNG and got accepted for science foundation. Until second year, he studied Biological science as major and Environmental science as minor.

Christopher met his beautiful soulmate from Bougainville at the UPNG clinic in 2018 when she came in to do her first year studying Politics and Journalism.

“She helped me through my final year in 2019 where she would give me her laptop to use as mine got crashed. I had a little bit of financial problem since my small brother went to University of Technology so I had to become a day student so that my parents can pay less and concentrate more on him.

Christopher also thanked his parents, friends and relatives for their endless support.

During his final year in 2019, Christopher became what University of Papua New Guinea students regard as a SOMS [meaning you’re not a boarding student but you live in your friends room and survive by cooking yourself and buying foods to eat, which is illegal but it’s the only way to save money and time if you’re a day student].

“So my girlfriend was a boarding student and she would go to the mess during lunch and dinner to give me her food, she was really helpful in ecouragements and advices always talking to me about giving my best and making me become better, though we both had our own issues going on and on. As I found out she was pregnant we held it together through thick and thin till I graduated in 2020.”

Love and Education in Papua New Guinea

Christopher described his soulmate as, a strong woman, something rare to find.

“The strength she has to deal with me and deal with her own personal issues is something out of this world.”

They say, through ticket and thin, I’ll accept you at your strongest, yet love and support you at your weakest point of your life.

“If you meet a girl whose down for you, loyal, helpful and a woman who whose interested in working with you and have a life with you hold her tight.”

Happy Valentine’s Day

By yours truly Solomon Aplas

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