Posted by: koolcampus | July 6, 2013

ANDREW NGO, multi-faceted Vietnamese SuperModel. LIFE’S A BREEZE since being crowned MISTER INTERNATIONAL 2008.

“THE WORLD IS MY OYSTER.”

“Am I a SEXUAL PERSON at HEART?  Let’s just say I’ll go the long mile for ART.”

“YOU must LIVE for WHAT you BELIEVE IN and BELIEVE in WHAT you LIVE for.”

“HOLD FAST TO DREAMS, FOR IF DREAMS DIE, LIFE IS A BROKEN-WINGED BIRD THAT CANNOT FLY.”

“THIS IS ME IN A TRADITIONAL VIETNAMESE COSTUME.

I WANT TO LEARN ALL I CAN ABOUT PEOPLE IN OTHER PARTS OF THE WORLD, UNDERSTANDING HOW PEOPLE IN OTHER COUNTRIES LIVE AND WORK.  WE NEED TO RESPECT CULTURES AND PROMOTE PEACE  EVERYWHERE.”

“I can ADOPT any PERSONA, am adaptable to CHANGES and is a willing CHAMELEON when it comes to FASHION modeling.”

“HOW AWFUL IT FEELS TO OPEN OUR HEARTS TO JOY, ONLY TO HAVE GRIEF COME IN. THEY GO TOGETHER.”

“ALL MEN SEEK HAPPINESS. WHATEVER DIFFERENT MEANS WE EMPLOY, THEY ALL TEND TO THIS END.”

“SALVADOR DALI TOLD US NOT TO HAVE ANY FEAR OF PERFECTION.  SIMPLY BECAUSE WE CAN NEVER REACH IT.”

“I KEEP ON HEARING THAT FRIENDSHIP IS THE ONLY CEMENT THAT WILL EVER HOLD THE WORLD TOGETHER.  BUT THAT WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE, RIGHT?”

“LIFE is an ECHO – what you send out comes back.”

“My MANAGER wants a brand NEW IMAGE and arranges for NEW PICTURES to be TAKEN.  The RESULTS here establish my NEW LOOK.”

“I firmly believe that in LIFE, it isn’t the LOAD that weighs us down.  It’s the way we carry the LOAD.”

“I ALWAYS make it a POINT to stop and SMELL the ROSES.”

ANDREW NGO, Vietnamese Supermodel and Actor.

(A SPECIAL PICTORIAL SPREAD)

“The WORLD is my OYSTER, but there’s no real place like HOME. “

In LIFE, there’s BEAUTY everywhere, if you care to look.

You wouldn’t have believed that VIETNAM, a amazingly beautiful country steeped in third world culture could have her share of beautiful people.

The gals are divine and guys are gorgeous, if you will sieve through all the chaff to pick the gem.

Following CHINA, the advertising, fashion and entertainment landscape is rapidly changing in VIETNAM.

Commercialism is setting in, bringing modernization alongside, unlike those days of yore.

The NEW generation is bold, beautiful and adventurous, willing to take the world of haute couture by the horn and turn it into a profound eye popping experience.

Such as ANDREW NGO, this Vietnamese supermodel.

A male model of such fluidity and explicitness in poise and aura is a rare find, out-classing talents from Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

He believes in the art form. He’s willing to go beyond the aesthetic.

He is every fashion stylist’s and photographer’s dream.

ANDREW NGO is conscious of his exotic good looks and easy sex appeal.

Life has been good to him. And why not?

He works hard, plays smart, lives by the rules and is reaping the rewards.

He’s in his mid-twenties, with a strapping height of 1.85 cm or 6 ft 1″, chiseled looks and a well-defined body, a result of sensible eating and consistent gymming.

He has bagged numerous modeling accolades back home.

But first of all, he is VIETNAM foremost male supermodel-cum-actor after winning the title of MISTER INTERNATIONAL 2008.

Granted, there were then a host of formidable competitors from Lebanon, Singapore, Taiwan, USA, Luxembourg, Philippines, Malta, Greece, Croatia, France, China, Brazil, Belgium, Angola, Korea, to name some.

But it’s ANDREW NGO, the crowds’ firm favorite who was crowned MISTER INTERNATIONAL 2008.

That was then, 2 years ago, and he has never looked back since.

He has his share of fame in his country, and along that comes money.

He’s factual and philosophical.

“I will approach everything with integrity and honesty. I will always give my best shot in all I do.”

Now, he’s looking at a broader picture, crossing boundaries.

He’s hitting the international catwalk next year, starting from ASIA into EUROPE.

This one’s for sure.

He’s also sharpening his entrepreneur skills by planning and designing for his own brand of comfy men’s underwear to be launched end of this year ONLINE. He welcomes prospective collaborative partners to contact him through this Blog.

ANDREW NGO has a manager now, taking care of his regional work schedules and other sensibilities.

He abhors people who try to belittle his ambitions.

Small people only do that, right?  he smirks.

Great people are a morale booster because they make you feel that you too, can be great.

Creativity stems from trust.

You must trust your instincts.

Technique alone is never enough.

You need to have passion.

Didn’t someone say that show business is really 90% luck

and 10% being able to handle it when it gets offered to you?

Yeah, he nods.

Yeah, right.


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