Yang Zi Responds to Acting in Wuxia Drama, Strives to Be a Great Actress
According to Sina Entertainment, Yang Zi was recently interviewed and discussed her expectations for acting: "I want to perform to my satisfaction. I don't want to compromise. I've never thought of becoming a superstar; I just feel I can be a great actress."
Responding to the public's controversy over her involvement in wuxia dramas, she said, "I don't really categorize ancient fantasy dramas or serious dramas into so-called different tiers. I only look at whether the script interests me."
When asked if she's concerned about being in an insincere environment, she expressed her self-awareness of her strengths and weaknesses: "I'm quite clear about that, and I'll do my best to ensure that every performance doesn't disappoint the audience."
She's grateful for the audience's choice and takes a relatively indifferent stance towards societal pressures related to appearance: "I've always felt fortunate, and if I encounter roles that aren't suitable, I won't make it difficult for myself, and certainly not for the audience."
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