Leann Enza

Model Female Brussels, Brussels, Belgium My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/duanan19
Mayhem # 2685293

About Me

CHANGE IN MY LOOK (updated 29th May 2015) : My hair is straight and dark brown (natural colour). It is cut in several layers : the shortest is chin-length, the longest layer reaches the middle of my back. No bangs.

CURRENT GOAL:
To work on the set of a video production.

I want to know how movies/videos are made,

and be part of the production effort.

I am interested in ALL the roles of the team, from actress, to sound guy (girl), to coffee getter (Of course, I'd prefer more fulfilling tasks than getting coffee. but if that's where I must start my learning process, why not?)

I am going to school to learn about social communication now (IHECS).

!!!!!IF YOU ARE INVOLVED IN ANY PART OF THE AUDIOVISUAL INDUSTRY and you are in need of staff, I might just be the person you need! Read further:

MY QUALITIES:

- Fluent multilingual (Mandarin, French, English, and a little Cantonese and Dutch)

- Multicultural (I grew up in China. Please read about my upbringing below to understand)

- Writting
I launched a street style blog last year : https://www.facebook.com/leannmodel1?fref=ts
I was published recently, both in English and French :
http://issuu.com/idolemagazine/docs/idole_n__8/119?e=7659606%2F10564826
http://www.bxlbondyblog.be/jeunes-etudiantes-belges-face-au-proxenetisme/

- Outgoing, open and driven

- Baking (a good piece of cake can go a long way :p)


SHORT BIO (to demonstrate my multilingual and multicultural assets):

I was born in Taipei in the early 90's. I am a metiss of 50% Belgian blood, 50% Taiwanese blood. My parents have strived to keep the blend balanced throughout me and my brother's upbringing.

I grew up in Southern China mostly(my family likes to move). I have lived in Taipei, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Brussels so far.

My schooling history is very complicated. In short, I've done school in

- Mandarin (real, local Chinese schools, with real Chinese children. Yes, students are still required to wear the red scarf at primary school. No, we are not opressed by the communist bad guys. At least, I didn't feel opressed.)

- French (International schools in China, local school in Belgium)

-English (International and English speaking local schools in Hong Kong)

I always stayed for a period of one/two/three years in one school and then we would move, and I'd switch to a different school that taught in a different language.

As a result, I am familiar with Chinese popular and traditional culture, European culture and American culture (International kindergarden + The Muppet Show and Cartoon Network were some of the American programs airing in OV in China in the 90's).

I speak Mandarin, French and English fluently. I have always spoken all three of them.

Now I live in Brussels,Belgium where I study at the best social communications school in the area, at least so is its reputation. (http://www.ihecs.be/contents/index/index/id/33).

Hesitate no more! I am the right person for the job. ;)

CONTACT METHODS:

E-mail : anan.snel@hotmail.com

I check Facebook more aften:
https://www.facebook.com/leann.enza

My modeling portfolio:
https://www.facebook.com/leannmodel1?fref=ts

"Leann's Runway", My street style blog on Belgium :
https://www.facebook.com/brusselsfashionLeannsRunway

Vine (LeannEurasian):
https://vine.co/u/1126308057316753408

Twitter (@LeannEnza):
https://twitter.com/leannenza

Instagram:
http://instagram.com/leannenza

Flickr:
https://www.flickr.com/people/88180616@N05/


Thank you sincerely for reading! Good luck and Rock on! ;D

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