So I just found out that I was featured on a Spanish blog featuring "Asian Stars." I don't know if I feel like a star, but it's very flattering to say the least. Below are links to the page translated and to the original version. Looks like they just grabbed all the info from my website and the resume. They have "A Thousand Words" there and another short scene I shot a long time ago. Maybe it's time I update my website too?
If you read Spanish: http://yes2asian.blogspot.com/2011/01/yoyao-hsueh.html Share the goodness:
Should’ve said this awhile ago, but BOOKED! I have a nice supporting role and will be here for a month and a half until early February. Not a bad way to spend Christmas, New Year’s, my birthday and Chinese New Year’s.
The cast and crew put together for this film is simply amazing. I don’t want to name names, but you can do your googling or just check out IMDB now (as long as you’re not in China). Maybe they’ll update IMDB soon for you all cause it’s only a minute percentage of who’s involved.
Incredible international crew working together – what language barrier? Production People = Good People.
Just amazing the legs on "A Thousand Words!"
This is in Glendale, California. I used to live in Glendale too, so it brings back memories…
I'm not sure what language this is, but I still understand the story hehe
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