On the big­gest les­son that she has learned from her mother.

Marie Claire (Malaysia) - - Local Report -

“Sav­ing the ocean. Sea life. I once flew across the pa­cific on an air­plane, and I could see patches of plas­tic float­ing in the ocean that went on for miles, it’s heart­break­ing.”

“They are the true su­per­heroes. They are the real deal. My job can some­times be su­per­fi­cial, as a celebrity and an artist, but I have al­ways looked up to peo­ple who are Doc­tors and Nurses. It’s in­cred­i­ble what they do. There is so much more that goes into what they do, and I just want to thank them for ev­ery­thing they do, and for be­ing there for ev­ery­one. It is im­por­tant for us to al­ways sup­port them, and cheer them on. I love you! I just want them to know that I love them, and I am try­ing my best to sup­port them from where I am.”

“Do things out of sin­cer­ity.

If you’re not sin­cere, avoid do­ing it.”

“Our house! She looooves our house. I grew up liv­ing in a tiny space, so when my par­ents re­tired I bought a big­ger place be­cause they love host­ing din­ner par­ties for our rel­a­tives.”

“Well, I just have a group of peo­ple (my par­ents!) who are tough on me and not shy to put me in my place if cross the line. Also I started from zero, be­ing bul­lied in school, bul­lied in the in­dus­try, not get­ting paid for shows..I went through all kinds of hard times. And I have a lot of friends who are suc­cess­ful in­ter­na­tion­ally and are still very down to earth so they taught me how to stay hum­ble just by be­ing them­selves.”

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