"Religion is about trust, about believing in yourself.
Shila says relocating to China was the right decision for her. She sang for President Xi Jinping in October 2013, when he visited Malaysia.
She has received more respect and encouragement from mainland audiences. "I have to work harder than I did in Malaysia - pushing myself to become a better person, a better singer, a better performer. In December 2014, the Chinese government gave Shila an award for her "special contribution to building friendship between China and Malaysia".
He particularly gave his two cents on GMA 7’s former slogan, “Where you belong.” For him, “We don’t care where we belong.
Or TO BE THE LONGEST.” Noticeably, he tagged the Twitter account of his long-running noontime show, “Eat Bulaga” and that of fellow Kapuso comedian Michael V’s.
From her rendition of The Night I Was Missing You, you'd have thought she was a native Putonghua speaker.
She can now distinguish regional accents and is, reportedly, also learning Cantonese as she wants to break into the Hong Kong market, according to local entertainment reports.
Also, like Trekkies, they’re famous for gettin’ freaky with each other.
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Shila started singing at the age of 10 and has a celebrity father - N. "After I sang my song and went into the room full of performers, I had no idea what they were talking about … When people laughed, I laughed too," Shila recalls.
So she began taking lessons, and her hard work has paid off.
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