Humble Hustler of The Month: Anton Co

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The Humble Hustler series kicks off again. This month we’re having a young entrepreneur who will share to us some life tips that can help everyone boost their motivation in order to reach their goals.

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March Madness with Clodine Orihara

Get ready to be stunned by this simply bubbly girl from the Philippines. Our Humble Hustler for the month of March, Ms. Clodine Orihara. Clodine is a 19 year old Consular and Diplomatic affairs student from a prestigious school in the heart of Manila City. Here simple, demure, humble but elegant aura, appealed so much to us that we decided to feature her as our Humble Hustler of the Month.

 

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Fall In Love Over and Over Again with Jina Kim.

Annyeonghaseyo! We got an astonishing out of this country treat for you for the First Quarter of the year! We wanted to make sure that you start your 2016 right. So to motivate you, we’re bringing back Jina Kim as our We.Hrvst Humble Hustler for the month of February and March 2016.

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Jina Kim is a 22 year old Korean from well of course, Korea who’s currently on her 3rd year as Diplomatic Affairs student. Jina was no stranger to WEHRVST as she and the owners of the brand were good friends.

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Humble Hustler Feature: Jina Kim

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Jina Kim or “Jina” as her friends at Benilde call her, is a bubbly person with a genuine personality. Though she was born and raised in Korea, she is a pure Filipino by heart.

She is diplomat student at De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde which is located at Taft Ave., Manila. You can actually see her walking at the hallways with her Korean style of clothes, matching her iconic bags, eyeglasses (that really makes her cute) and books. Yes, a lot of books!

We.Hrvst featured her as the Featured Humble Hustler because of how passionate she is on everything she does. She studies harder than anyone, trying her best to make friends, and be the best that she can be despite of the language gap. Though, she knows some of the basic Tagalog words such as “Ikaw na!”, “Okay na ba?”, “Oo.”, “Hindi pa.” and “Ang hirap!” Lastly, she also have priorities outside the school which is helping her parents in their business at Cavite.

From the whole we.hrvst family:
Jina, #StayOnTheGrind #StayHustleStayHumbleStayHungry!