Yang Mi is back on the magazine covers for the first time following her divorce to Hawick Lau. This is her fourth time being featured on Harper’s Bazaar China. Despite the life changes, she seems to be making a statement as an individual in tune with what she wants and still gorgeous and sexy as ever.
Yang Mi reaffirms her belief in something she read ten years ago. “As a person above others, treat others as human beings. Under others, treat yourself as a person, too.” This rings true in today’s society where people are often regarded as machines that can be easily neglected like a cog in a wheel.
Yang Mi gives us a glimpse of her never say die attitude when she says that she would fight till the last second for something that she wants. If she doesn’t get it, she has learned to let nature take its course and accept the result.
Yang Mi reveals that for her, the biggest compliment to an actor is when the director is so caught up in the emotions of a scene that he cries during filming on set. On the other hand, the biggest blow is when the director asks to redo a scene when the actor doesn’t know where the problem lies. Unsure how to achieve the intended effect, the actor is left in an awkward position. Wise words imparted by someone has been acting for a long time, I’d say.