What are your vital statistics?
36DD-21-32″ (91DD-54-81 cm), 5’2″ (157 cm), 38 kg (85 lb.).
How old are you?
See if you can guess.
When is your birthday? What is your star sign?
My birthday is on August 7th, so I am (very much!) a Leo.
What is your ethnic background?
I was born in Japan, grew up in Taiwan, and had some tertiary education in America. Ethnically my mother is Japanese and my father is Chinese. Now I am an Australian.
What languages do you speak?
English, Mandarin Chinese (including Taiwanese) and Japanese. I can also read, write and sing in all of these languages, and I can sing many classical Italian songs as well.
What education have you had?
I have studied in Taiwan and at California State University, and I have a bachelor degree in music and general education (elementary and secondary level).
How do you view your web site/blog?
I view my web site and blog as a vehicle for me to express myself in many different ways: sexually, artistically, emotionally, philosophically and intellectually. I know that probably sounds pretentious, but I hope the content of my blog (and the artistic quality of my photos) convince you I’m serious! My sites are a tool for me to get myself connected with whoever wants to connect with me, in any way he or she feels they want to (so long as they treat me with the proper respect of course!).
What do you think of the internet generally?
I think the internet is possibly the best thing that has happened to mankind in the last few decades (along with the personal computer revolution itself). It allows people like me to express myself to the world without having to sell my soul to a modelling agency, for example, or for any kind of artist to get in touch with their fans without having to go through the creativity sapping, commercially driven entertainment companies. I also think it is a great way for many people to have a social life. I am often frustrated by reports of people having so-called “unhealthy obsessions” with the internet. Communicating over the internet is no less healthy than any other form of social interaction; it is simply a more comfortable alternative for many people. Indeed, in my opinion it is far more healthy than going to the pub and getting drunk with your mates, for example. And how else can you meet people on the other side of the world so easily?
Do you feel bad if people view you as a porn model and use your photos for masturbation?
I really think it’s a good and healthy thing that people enjoy my photos sexually and use them for masturbation—I myself used to masturbate to Japanese adult comic books. It isn’t always practical to have sex with another person whenever we need to release our sexual urges. If we don’t release them, sooner or later we will go crazy and do stupid and harmful things—masturbation is a very safe, convenient and low-cost way to relieve our sexual frustration. If people can also admire my photos artistically, and/or admire the philosophy I express on my blog and share some of my opinions, I appreciate that very much and feel very happy to know that they do. On the other hand, if they don’t necessarily share my opinions or philosophy but still enjoy my pictures anyway, that’s fine too.
There must be people who criticise you for what you do. How do you feel about this?
It’s inevitable that a lot of people criticise me—or even try to put me down—due to all the sexual suppression in our society. Yet I think that these are exactly the sort of people who really should learn about sex from sites like mine—there’s a lot more to it than just fucking and breeding! If you think sex is dirty or a sin, in my opinion you aren’t being objective, emotionally healthy or informed.
Do you do hardcore?
Sorry, but no. I certainly don’t think there’s anything wrong with hardcore, but it just isn’t right for me. I guess this is because, for me, sexual intercourse is a very much a private, one on one thing.
What do you like and dislike most about yourself emotionally?
I don’t like my own fussiness about people and my environment. Although it serves me well in terms of keeping me away from negative people and other things, I do wish I could be a bit less fussy and more flexible sometimes, so my life could be a little easier. On the other hand, I feel very lucky to have been raised by my father to be an honest and straightforward person. This has attracted all sorts of good people to trust me and get close to me, which has been great for forming all kinds of relationships. I view this as the foundation of my attraction and happiness, so I am very proud of it.
What do you like and dislike most about yourself physically?
There are two things I don’t like. One is the permanent deafness in my left ear. This was caused by an infection I had in my childhood, which my mother did not treat seriously enough. For any person (especially a musician) it is a big loss. The other thing I have is a scar on my right buttock, caused by a doctor’s maltreatment in my childhood. If my butt looks a little odd in some photos, this is why.
Although I often get compliments on my body and my looks, I always feel I can improve them. Yet I am very happy with the fact that my skin is good enough for me to never have to wear any make-up (although I do have tattooed eyebrows and eye lines). Apart from lipstick, I don’t have any make-up on in any of the photos on my modelling site. What you see is what you get! If I did put make-up on, I might look a little better, but I simply hate the feeling of having all those chemicals on my face.
Given that you don’t wear make-up, your skin looks incredibly soft and smooth, and your hair is so long and healthy too. How do you take care of them?
For a start, the fact that I don’t wear make-up is itself a good thing for my skin—putting all those artificial chemicals on your face will inevitably damage your skin over time. By the same token, I never bleach, colour or perm my hair, as these will damage your hair over time as well. Furthermore, I completely avoid all drugs, including cigarettes and alcohol. Apart from the many other adverse effects these things have on our health, they make our skin and hair dry and aged. Also, partying all night is terrible for our health as well: getting enough good sleep is absolutely essential to keeping ourselves healthy and youthful, and it’s certainly possible to have a good time without these things!
We also have to protect and moisturise our skin and hair as much as possible. You should always try to avoid strong sunshine and wind. If you have to expose yourself to the sun, make sure you use a lot of sunscreen to your skin—a suntan will definitely make your skin dry and aged over time. You should also try to drink lots of water to keep your skin moisturised, and for your general health as well. As far as cleansing and moisturising treatments go, definitely avoid expensive, name brand products. Simple and cheap cleansers and moisturisers are the best—my preferred cleanser is pure sorbolene cream (without glycerin), and my favourite moisturiser is in fact vaseline! More details of the treatments I use (as well as how I use them) will be in my forthcoming health and beauty book.
What exercises do you do to stay so fit and healthy?
It takes me about half an hour each day to complete my exercise routine: I do stretch, then yoga, then gentle aerobic exercise, and finally belly dance or hula hoop. I should point out though that the specific exercises I do are mostly quite unconventional, as will be shown in my soon to be released exercise and yoga DVD.
What diet do you have to stay so slim?
I used to follow the current fashion of mostly eating just fresh fruit and vegetables, and while this did keep me slim, it also left me lacking in energy sometimes. And most importantly, I found it wasn’t the best diet for me emotionally. I have since discovered that having enough meat in my diet is very important to give me maximum energy, and it is even more important for my emotional health. I have found that what we eat effects us almost as much emotionally as it does physically, and I’ve also found that what’s best for both of these things is often in direct contradiction to what the media and dieticians keep telling us these days. All of this will be revealed in more detail in my forthcoming health and beauty book.
What is your opinion on plastic surgery?
In spite of my general “natural and simple is best” approach to health and beauty, I have absolutely nothing against plastic surgery in principle, if it really does help you to improve something about your appearance that you can’t achieve naturally, such as enhancing your breasts, or having a face lift when you’re older. All too often however, women use plastic surgery to actually make themselves look worse—perhaps the most common example of this today is how many Asian women try to make themselves look more western. When done tastefully, this can give them an attractive “Eurasian” look, but all too often they overdo it (particularly nose jobs), which makes them look ridiculous.
Are your breasts enhanced?
What do you think?
Do you go to beauty salons to have manicures, facials etc.?
Absolutely not! Since I play piano, I have to cut my nails almost every day to keep them short and neat, so such there isn’t really any point in me getting a manicure anyway. The only time I ever did get one was when my modelling agent at the time required me to do so. It did make my nails, hands, and toes look good. But the nail polish and the fake nails they attached to my real ones made me feel very uncomfortable physically, and this made it very difficult for me to feel I was beautiful or sexy, no matter how good my nails might have looked. Furthermore, manicures and facials are very time-consuming. If you have that sort of time (and energy) available, you would be much better off to use it for yoga and/or exercise. Yoga does far more to improve a woman’s natural beauty than anything you can get in a beauty salon, plus of course proper exercise has a very direct effect on the appearance of a woman’s body. Many women go to a beauty salon to pamper themselves, but I prefer to go to a good restaurant, or have a good massage.
What do you like to do in your free time?
Going to good restaurants and enjoying different kinds of Asian foods (sometimes Italian), having a good massage, watching good movies and TV shows, listening to quality (mostly classical) music, and enjoying nature. I also have to say that I enjoy dressing sexy and flirting with and seducing men (only nice gentlemen though).
What sort of men do you like?
I am not too fussy about a man’s appearance, as long as he is healthy, clean and neat. I don’t really care about his ethnic background either, as long as he is open-minded about all different races and cultures. I don’t even really care how old he is, although in my experience, a man with the sort of character traits I like is more likely to be a mature gentleman.
What character traits do you like in men?
I absolutely require a man to be intelligent (in my experience this doesn’t always relate to academic degrees), objective, open minded, honest and straightforward. He must also be patient and willing to listen to me. As an extension of this, he needs to be sensitive and kind, as well as responsible and considerate, toward both me and other people. As you can imagine, I do prefer my man to be on the quiet, peaceful and introverted side. Earthiness and a good sense of humour are a big bonus too. In terms of interests, I tend to like men who are into some of the following sorts of things: science, engineering, computers, mathematics, philosophy, literature, reading, as well as music or other arts.
You might as well say that I like geeks. Well yes, I do love geeks! As a woman, I simply cannot live without them. Only smart women know how good they can be: the best lovers in bed (trust me, I know!), the best partners for relationships and enjoyment—unlike almost all so-called “cool” men—and they can actually do good for the world.
If you say you like geeks, do you like Bill Gates?
In my experience, the vast majority of geeks are good men, but of course there are some bad ones—as you can imagine, I only like good geeks. Therefore, I don’t like Bill Gates at all, because he is a ruthless businessman. I suspect he is a victim of the social rejection many geeks suffer (especially from women), and has become a big business man via ruthless means to try and make up for it.
Microsoft Corporation has been trying everything it can to take total control of internet, the rest of the computer industry and, more recently, the entertainment industry as well. Although they have been convicted as an illegal monopolist, they have bought the Bush administration so that they can get away with it completely. Microsoft has shown that you can do whatever you want in America if you have enough money; the only way to stop them is to not give them any more money, simply by not buying their products. It isn’t hard—we take care of this blog, my web site and everything else we do on our computers without using any Microsoft products whatsoever. Indeed, this allows us to do everything better, and keeps us safe from all the security risks that Microsoft products pose.
What behaviour from men turns you off?
First of all, I definitely just cannot tolerate pushy, aggressive and (especially) abusive men. It has always been a huge mystery to me as to why so many women tolerate this sort of behaviour from men, but I can absolutely guarantee you that I won’t! I also simply cannot tolerate any man who tries to suppress me in any way, including what I want to do, how I want to think, and how I want to look. Although jealousy and insecurity are part of human nature (every man and woman has them to some degree), a couple cannot be happy when a man wants a woman at least partly because of her sexiness (including the way she dresses), yet at the same time he feels uncomfortable or insecure when other men are looking at her or (even worse) yelling or whistling to her. But if she tries to look or behave more modestly to avoid this problem, then two things are likely to happen: she will not be happy because she can’t be herself, and the man will start to feel bored with her, and will come to desire other sexy, showy women! As such, I simply cannot accept this sort of behaviour from men.
Ultimately, I guess you could say that I hate any kind of “macho” behaviour from men. As such, there a few specific forms of very common macho male behaviour that I really just cannot stand:
(1) Noisy and dangerous driving. The only place for high speed and noisy driving is on a race track under controlled conditions, not on the roads. I don’t care how flashy and expensive a man’s car is, I believe that high speed equals low IQ. These men really make me feel that they have to use their noisy, “hotted-up” engines to compensate for having a weak penis. Every time I see or hear one of these morons, all I can think is “what a loser”—and they think they will impress me! If they really think endangering and disturbing people in this way is fun, then I really think they need to get a life!
(2) Playing music excessively loud, especially if it’s bass-heavy. For me, this is not music—it’s the worst kind of noise which shows me just how mindless, selfish, and low class this person really is.
(3) Drinking excessively and getting drunk (or doing drugs). For me, this isn’t having fun, but simply just plain stupid. It can also be very dangerous both to yourself and to others, especially if you drive. It’s a little known fact that one of the most common causes of road fatalities in the west is drunken men wandering out into or falling asleep on the road, where they are run over and killed!
(4) Ruthlessness. Ruthless big business men and politicians may appear to be charming (mostly because of their money or position), but in reality they treat people merely as their tools, and they have caused most of the world’s major problems (along with religious fundamentalists). I should emphasise however that there’s nothing inherently wrong with having money or status, as long as you don’t get it by unfairly taking advantage of others.
What do you mean when you say that you don’t like men who drive noisy, “hotted-up” cars?
“Hotted-up” is an Australian expression for the sorts of modifications people have done to their cars to make them go faster (almost invariably, it makes them a lot louder too). As such, the owners of these cars very often like to speed. This not only risks their own lives, but other people’s as well.
As much as I hate hotted-up cars though, I also think the people who drive them are naive victims of the car industry’s enormous promotional machine. The car industry have always used sexy girls at car shows and races to brainwash men into thinking that if you want to get sexy girls, then drive a hotted-up car at high speed. (Or if you want to be a sexy girl, you need to be with a man who drives this kind of car in this way.) Plus of course Hollywood, the music industry and other media love to reinforce this image. This way the car companies can get people to spend enormous sums of money they wouldn’t need to, if all they wanted to do was get safely from A to B. It’s a classic example of the way big business operates these days: they feed people bullshit (mostly with sex because sex always sells), so they are compelled to buy things that are actually completely unnecessary. For me, a truly cool car is smooth, quiet and is driven cautiously and safely, so I can feel safe, relaxed and comfortable when I sit inside of it. Such a driver is already basically attractive as a man for me.
If a man really cannot give up on the idea that doing dangerous things means being cool, manly and sexy, or makes him feel like a hero (this is a big motivation for him to drive at high speed), then I suggest other activities like surfing, skiing, bungie jumping, rock-climbing, skating, hang gliding etc. They can be truly exciting, look very impressive, and give great muscle tone to the body. And most importantly, they only endanger the person who participates in them, not other innocent people.
Are there any famous men you particularly admire?
Definitely Richard Dawkins. He is undoubtedly one of the most intelligent and enlightened people alive today, but I am most impressed by his bravery and fortitude in standing up for science and reason—and his advancement of the atheist/rationalist agenda—in the face of enormous and powerful opposition. He was a huge inspiration and encouragement for me to do the same thing.
Are there any famous women you particularly admire?
There is one very progressive feminist in Taiwan whose articles I read regularly for years, although she is now retired. Her Chinese name is Shi Ji-Ching (I don’t even know if she has a proper English name). Even though she is largely unknown outside of Taiwan, I feel her philosophy and guidance is globally applicable, and it has benefited my life and my relationships enormously. Shi Ji-Ching is the woman who has brought the most enlightenment to my life, so I admire and respect her greatly.
Are you sexually interested in women?
Although I normally prefer men, every once in a while I like to play the male character with another woman—it’s fun to feel like a man sometimes!