Laying it on the line

Updated: 2013-09-25 09:18

(China Daily)

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Your favorite virtue?


Your favorite qualities in a man?


Your favorite qualities in a woman?


What you appreciate the most in your friends?

Honesty and sincerity.

If you could talk to a late master of your field, who would he or she be?

Akira Kurosawa. I think we are both so-called Shakespearean characters, with enormous dramatic tension, who are also fond of romance, and always ready to take a risk.

How you wish to die?


If not yourself, who would you be?

God. Because He is the one who knows the answers to all mysteries. But I suppose knowing everything equals knowing nothing at all. God is the biggest Shakespearean character.

Your hero in real life.

Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

The natural talent you'd like to be gifted with.

The ability to fly. (laughs)

If there is one thing you want to change about yourself, what would it be?

My height. (laughs)

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