Weng Meiling lives for a purpose

[Interview with Aarong]

The "nudity fiasco" has embarrassed and infuriated Weng Meiling.

"After all, it's a thing of the past, and I'm only blaming myself for being careless. I like taking photos. I don't like posing, because I think it's more natural," she says "But now it's different..."


"I'll stand squarely in front of the camera and 'check' my clothes. I'm not a revealing person," she stresses.

"At the same time, I value what people say about me, if I do my best in a competition, I have the highest possible accountability for myself. If I give my best in a race, I have the highest level of accountability, so I don't mind what people say about me."

If 'exposure' is a problem for her, she definitely 'minds' it.

"I always try to pursue everything I want to pursue, and I always try to accept the results. I live my life with that attitude, so I'm happy."

At such a young age, she has such a wise perspective.

"It is not good for a man to live unless he dies for some purpose. I can't remember who said that. The word 'death' is too strong, so I changed it to 'A man who does not live for some purpose is not fit to live."

"That's what you said." I praised her.

A smile spread across her face.

"What do you live for?" I asked.

"My career, of course."

"What is your career?"

"What am I doing now?" she answered.

"Pretty Hibiscus" has a great mouth. I remember when she was chosen to play Wong Yung, I said that she had a chance to rise to the top. It's not that difficult to make a name for yourself in TV drama, if you're not too bad. The only question is whether the company will take you on. Weng Meiling is such a lucky girl!

source: http://www.barbarayung.net/ magazine unknown








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