Candy Rookie Bea Urriquia On The Beauty Of Traveling

Bea is part of Candy Rookies 2020, a group of influential and aspirational college students handpicked to represent #GenerationCandy in the year to come.
by Mylene Mendoza   |  Jan 18, 2020
Image: Rxandy Capinpin
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School: University of Santo Tomas

Year and Course: 1st Year BS Biology Major in Medical Biology

Age: 18

Instagram: @bea.urriquia

IMAGE Rxandy Capinpin

Just like many others from her generation, Bea Urriquia knows how enriching it is to travel and visit unfamiliar places. “I really like traveling not only to see the beauty of different places but also to meet new people, to experience different cultures,” says Bea. Of course, it’s a given that with getting immersed in a new culture comes trying out the special delicacies of the place, and Bea is all for coming out of her comfort zones--fully knowing this is what travel is all about.

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As a Candy Rookie, this fresh blood is all for trying new things—from vlogging to fostering new connections—and we’re excited to see how she’ll grow.

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Bea is part of Candy Rookies 2020, a group of influential and aspirational college students handpicked to represent #GenerationCandy in the year to come.

Photography: Rxandy Capinpin

Art Direction: Hannah Villafuerte

Team Art Director: Jico Joson

Producers: Ysabel Y. Yuzon and Mylene Mendoza

Shoot Coordination: Lou Ferrer

Styling: Van Mercado

Makeup: Dorothy Joy Mamalio

Hair: Edgardo Laroya

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