Okay, this came out forever ago but I’ve been pre-occupied with some things (like moving apartments in Manila and work!) but I’m super grateful for this article.
And to you Jen Loong- my homegirl behind this site. I love you and support you always. From the time I met you in Shanghai, to the times we grabbed coffee in Hong Kong to the dinners we have in Manila. Soul Sister always. Bless up 2018.
The art of storytelling combined with the power of healing. When women come together to share, many lessons are unlocked. May this be a platform where voices are heard and emotions are released.
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Me and my business partner slash soul sister have been working quietly for two years in Hong Kong.
Been learning incredibly tough lessons as an entrepreneur but now I’ve come to a place where I feel confident to build.
In Manila now building more things.
I’m always a work in progress. But I like it.
This week, our friend Lars just launched his brand Asemi. I really had to dive deep into reading more about what Asemic writing/art is and found it fascinating.
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This is something we’ve been working on for the past few months that I’m happy to see finally come into fruition- the website of non-profit school Mano Amiga is up and running… 🙂
Emo-Emoji is on the Google Play store. The main HQ in Singapore is really excited about that we can open up our app to Android users. xx
Download here: Emo-Emoji on Google Play
A few months ago I wrote about Banago bags, a social business founded by Renée Patron, that creates handmade, wild grass bags and home accessories.
These bags, made in the Philippines, are sold internationally in stores like J. Crew, Nordstrom, and Anthropologie, as well as featured in magazines like Lucky and Vogue. But apart from the international fame, it’s real success was it’s ability to provide livelihood for over 400 local women artisans and their families within the local community.
However, after last year’s Typhoon Haiyan affected the Banago business both in their facilities, natural resources, and tragically many artisans lost their homes and members of their family. It’s been a long road to recovery since the typhoon hit, and supporting this Banago Kickstarter campaign is one step that you can do to help.
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Hello Loves. My wonderful friend/ international soul sister Pauline Hanuise (who I interviewed on my blog about self-love, health and wellness over here) recently launched her online coaching program, “Make Peace With Food.”
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Being raised in a family of entrepreneurs, I am not really shocked when one of them says, “Hey! I’m working on a new project.” Creating and birthing new ideas has become our passion.
While our strength does lie in the fashion and entertainment industry, what I really love is how my family is dedicated to self-development and business. We are all working through our different struggles and mistakes, but the resilience to keep on creating is a very inspiring quality that I learned from them.
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