Luzviminda

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Luzviminda,
Daughter of the East.
Forged by fire, pushed out from beneath the ocean by violent quakes — she rose up full of life. They called her Pearl of the Orient, a natural beauty.

In her youth, she was taken.
An unfamiliar church — Candle lights romanticized and filtered the ugly truth of the statutory rape that was about to…

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Design and Strategy living in between Manila, Seattle and New York. Writing about design things and things in Design. And sometimes random things.

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Design and Strategy living in between Manila, Seattle and New York. Writing about design things and things in Design. And sometimes random things.

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