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Where is “Pinoy Big Brother’s” Ann Li now?

  • Pinoy Big Brother’s Ann Li is now a fashion blogger and businesswoman in Taiwan.
  • She has been a part of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Asia list and owns her brand named Chrysogem.

If you’ve been an active supporter of Pinoy Big Brother, you probably know her. Being a part of PBB: Teen Clash 2010 along with James Reid, Ryan Bang, Bret Jackson, Yen Santos, and Ivan Dorschner, Ann Li has made a name of her own in the world of Fashion and blogging.

Having joined the reality show when she was 15 years old, she was one of the “teenternational” housemates that entered the house on day 22. She has been a part of the JamLi lovetime, wherein she got paired with James Reid.

Li was the last one to be evicted from the show.

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She had several local television appearances before she decided to pursue her interest in fashion and won the Best Fashion Award in the 2011 Shorty Awards in New York City. A year later, she decided to open her blog AnnSnaps, that was later turned into a lifestyle platform Ann Louie Li.

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Li also worked for Roberto Cavalli, Imane Ayisi and Emanual Ungaro as an intern during Paris Fashion Week while on other days she’d be seen on front rows at shows like Elie Saab, Ralph and Russo, and Issey Miyake. She has also done editorial shoots and collaborated with brands such as Calvin Klein, Marimekko, and Kenzo.

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The blogger has been announced as an official insider of Vogue Taiwan in 2017.  She also became a part of Forbes’ list of 30 Under 30 Asia under The Arts category.


She was a judge at Miss World Philippines 2017 and now owns Chrysogem, a distribution company selling chrysocolla to high end jewelry brands.

Written by J M

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