It's like kill or be killed, that's my thing basically.
Everything I buy is vintage and smells funny. Maybe that's why I don't have a boyfriend.
You have to look out for becoming trapped in a place where people want to see you all the time doing one thing.
I think you just have to appreciate who you are and hopefully they can see what a superhero is about.
I've definitely become much more aware of physical stunts.
Working on the Samurai sword is very different because your body position has to be very still. It's a much quieter was of fighting.
Women who wear kimonos, when the fight, they have to keep their knees together, and when they use a sword, they have to move the sleeves otherwise it gets caught.
I always admired Wonder Woman and the Incredible Hulk - but I don't know if I'd be a very convincing hulk.
Once you embody the language, the character comes really naturally, especially when you put the costume on.
When you work with chains or any kind of weapons, or just when you're using hand-to-hand combat, you are going to get hurt.
You can't look back; you have to keep looking forward.
The neck is kind of what's sexy in Japan, so you have to have the kimono a little bit back. It was just a whole different way of appealing to what was sexy.
Being Asian in this business is something you have to consider, because sometimes people aren't as open. They'll say, I can't see you with a Caucasian person.
Men, when they fight in movies, it's a very different style. Harrison Ford was so cool when he had the whip, and Bruce Lee was such an artist that you couldn't take your eyes off of him.
It's so much fun playing Ling, but I have this fear that people are going to run away from me in terror on the streets. They think I'm going to bite their heads off or something.
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