Host And Candy Rookie Hans Kho Is All About Connecting With The Crowd

Hans 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 9, 2020
Image: Rxandy Capinpin
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School: University of Santo Tomas

Year and Course: 2nd year, AB Communication

Age: 19

Instagram: @_hanskho

Hans Kho shares that he’s in a relationship with hosting—that’s how passionate he is about it. Whether on-cam or live, hosting for Hans isn’t simply about delivering lines perfectly. For him it’s really about communicating and making a connection with the audience you’re talking to. “The process of establishing and maintaining that connection is a super fun challenge I always look forward to,” Hans shares.

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As a Candy Rookie, this 19-year-old is determined to reach a wider audience and inspire them to keep going after their goals—no matter how crazy they may be—just like what he’s doing. 

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Hans 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

Grooming: Mikki Malonzo

Hair: Nikko Bruel

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