DIANA D’ARE NBERG PAR­MANAND

Hong Kong Tatler - - Contributors -

The arts and cul­ture writer, who di­vides her time be­tween Hong Kong and Ber­lin, in­tro­duces the Chi­nese artists show­ing at the Louis Vuit­ton Foun­da­tion in Paris (p.152)

What’s your most suc­cess­ful chat-up line? I don’t re­ally have one. But a num­ber of years ago, a guy walked right up to me and told me he loved me. We’re mar­ried now, so that was pretty suc­cess­ful.

What’s the weird­est com­pli­ment you’ve ever re­ceived? “You look like Madonna.”

What’s the worst hol­i­day you’ve ever had? China, a num­ber of years ago. Food poi­son­ing, chick­en­pox and an asthma at­tack—a win­ning tri­fecta.

What are your big­gest weak­nesses? Dark choco­late and kilts.

When do you lie and how will we know? To stay out of trou­ble—i smirk and it’s a give­away.

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