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wheninmanila.com - KC Canlas KC Canlas is an industrial engineer who left practice to pursue her passion for writing. She had a two-year stint as a software engineer for top-secret company. It would’ve been cool if it was S.H.I.E.L.D. She was the former editor of a tech magazine, HWM Philippines. She started as a contributor at WhenInManila.com in 2012. She is now the executive editor of the team. She loves to travel, specifically travel for food. If it’s trending, she’s “on it.” She is the main source of “hugot” on When In Manila. She vlogs from time to time.