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Hello my name is Klorence and I’m 11 years old and I’m in grade 6. I was born in south Australia at the Lyell Mcewin hospital on December 31st 2006 at 2:30am,and my national background is filipino. I’m also a Canadian citizen, quarter Chinese and half Italian. My parents are both from the Philippines but met each other here in Australia. I have 2 older sisters and 2 younger brothers. My older sister is 20 and her name is Courtney. My other older sister is 15 and her name is Kiara. My younger brother is 5 his name is Kyle and my baby brother is actually my dog named Koko!! I love travelling, baking and singing even though I have a horrible. voice! I’ve been too Canada Vancouver, America san Francisco, ┬áLas Vegas, HollyWood (I also saw Madonna’s house and Bruno Mars), California, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines. My Grandma lives in the Philippines and she lives on her own. She can’t really afford to go out on herself so me and my family tries to go there as much as possible. Me and my sister is really close to my Grandma so we save heaps of money and we now go there once every year (I’m going on SATURDAY)!!) In May me and my family is going to Gold Coast and on November I’m going to America New York. When I was 5 years old I started school. MY teacher was Miss Readon but before her name was miss Hanson. I also met My friend Gabriella, Natasha, jade and even Linh. My favourite foods is Pho, Fried rice, Fried chicken, sushi, rice, beef and noodles which is obvious that I love asian foods. When I grow up I want to be a nurse and a baker. When I was younger I had a lot of problems with my body. I had kidney infections. So if you don’t want to get kidney infections go to the bathroom when you need to and don’t drink to much soda. I had to do some testings, ultra sounds and lots of medications. I hope you have a wonderful weekend and bye!

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