A 22 year- old deep- seated Asian who looks at things differently and artistically. He oddly thinks of himself as a man with subtle masculinity fed by his lacking proof of confidence and personality. But his laid- back character with a heart so dear makes it tolerable. Singing might not be in his gore, but the fondness never mislays.
A walking lexicon.
Mother of one and a bunch.
Amazona at heart.
Bloody wicked. She can give you that unusual grin and yet you would not even know what that means. Capricious; one time she’ll give you herself, the other, a fortification.
KIT TAN MAGNO. A subject, undeniably worth boning up for.
She’s deep-rooted and yet, she identifies herself with the young. Plain Jane? Hell to the no! Edgy and politically apt, that’s what she is and she can whip your ass out if you mess with her being. A half- ghost of Cyndi Lauper.
She was born along the great Julius Ceasar on the red birth-stoned month. No doubt that she speaks highly of Caesar’s rhetoric and style.
KIT is self- fixated so loving herself is the easiest, yet quirkiest thing to achieve. But she believed that being sympathetic takes more guts when you’re surrounded with people who are not as tolerant as they could have for your contentment. She has shed a lot of tears before, but blubbing about one’s thirst and making sacrifices is heart-rendering.
She’s an artist, proclaimed photographer and now, indulged in video- making. She’s excellent at it and here are her works of genius.
See more of these awe- inspiring photos on her flickr account.
KIT is an out-of-this-world creature. She even had a case study about the Jejemon sub- culture emerging among our youths in the Philippines. Now that’s something, something.
I don’t consider myself unique. But hey, the reward for conformity is that everyone liked you except yourself. (Hold on, I don’t necessarily agree with everything I say.)
4. Money or Love?
“Money is not the most important thing in the world… Love is. Fortunately, I love money.” As the saying goes.
5. Do you believe in God?
“I respect faith, but doubt is what gets you an education.” ~Wilson Mizner
6. What is that one thing that you regrets/ regretted the most?
Many of us crucify ourselves between two thieves - regret for the past and fear of the future. That’s why I always try to do the other way around. But hell, it has never been a good idea. Hahaha
7. Who are you ten years from now?
After ten years, I may not be different but Im definitely not the same.
8. Describe ME.
I suppose the process of thinking how to define you is a hard one to describe as well.