Zia Quizon, old soul
Singer Zia Quizon remembers dad Dolphy: “I spent a lot of time with my dad so… I say things like ‘Why do things cost so much nowadays?,’ ‘Noong araw…,’ and ‘Those kids!’ I feel kind of old so I’ve always felt I couldn’t relate to kids my age.” (More on Zia in the July 7 issue of Sunday Inquirer Magazine.)
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