- Kim Chiu spoke briefly about her thoughts on social issues
- She said change can still happen if leaders show they care for all their people
- Meanwhile, the actress is planning to stage a virtual concert for the benefit of Typhoon Ulysses’ victims
Kim Chiu shared her thoughts on how our society can change for the better.
For Kim, change is still possible if leaders show that they care for all the people. During a media interview, the actress shared her realizations and said she is still hopeful that change will come.
She said, “Ako naman, I’m hopeful with… iyong change, yes, the change that we need. Kasi, hindi naman magbabago lahat ito if iyong leader natin meron talaga siyang care sa lahat ng tao.”
Kim added that she thinks there is still room for improvement in the system. “I think iyong nangyayari ngayon is nakikita natin that puwede magbago iyong ganito sistema. Kasi kung ganito at ganito pa rin, walang magbabago talaga,” she said.
Meanwhile, Kim is also taking an active part to help make a change in the lives of those who were affected by Typhoon Ulysses. She said she is planning to stage a virtual concert for the benefit of Typhoon Ulysses’ victims.
At first, she admitted she was hesitant to hold a virtual concert but she was eventually convinced when it became a benefit concert.
She said, “Sabi ko, hindi ko kaya gumawa ng concert to end this year. Parang, ‘Para saan?'”
Kim expressed her anticipation to do the concert to help others in need.
She said, “Now that this happened, parang, I think it’s a way na sabi ni God, ‘Gawin, pero tumulong tayo.’ I’m happy also to do that. I’m excited to do that and, at the same time, it will help a lot of people.”