I am China, pronounced as Chee-na. And I think it's time the world lets older women age gracefully.
I cook the food of Macau, my roots and soul food.
I make myself lie down every afternoon; otherwise I'll be too exhausted by the night-time. If I can't nap, I'll watch a little bit of TV and just relax for two or three hours.
If there's one thing I could attribute my strength to, I would say it's the gift of laughter, which I inherited from my mother's side.
I do not really shop. Most of my clothes I make. I dress simply.
I'm practical. I see something, and I do it.
Age is not a taboo in the fashion industry. One should learn what to wear to look good at any age.
Originally a stylist took terrible dresses and did everything she could to make them wonderful. Now, you create an image. It's much more specialized.
I take off my makeup with Ponds cold cream, and then I wash myself with gentle soap and water, and that's it.
I have no nationality, no country.
I wonder if it is harder for a woman who was beautiful to get older or a woman who was never looked at.
I have always done things that made me happy. I work with people I like, and I do the job I like. I only see people who I like to be with. I have led a wonderful life.
A model needs to know how to project herself into the camera.
I would never become a big, big model in the commercial sense because I was such a type; you couldn't use me in everything.
No man has ever paid a single bill in my life - I didn't want it.
I'm not an outdoor girl. I can barely swim. I don't ride a horse.
I never dreamt that I would do all the things that I have done. But things just happened to me all the time.