The Real Life Barbie: Asian Barbie DDoll Challenges Perceptions of Asian Beauty!

Model Asian Barbie DDoll Interview
Model Asian Barbie DDoll Interview

Growing up in Shenzhen, China, Model Barbie DDoll was a bit of a tomboy, always outdoors, climbing trees, and running around. After attending makeup school in China, she discovered a love for modeling. Being on stage and gaining global fans brings her immense joy. Despite losing her father, his influence keeps her inspired. Balancing the challenges of modeling, she stays active with various activities. Barbie DDoll enjoys exploring social media and dreams of challenging stereotypes as THE AsianBarbieDDoll. She emphasizes a healthy lifestyle, moderation, and regular exercise. Proud of her slim, toned waist, she envisions a future as a role model, breaking barriers in the modeling industry. Dreaming of a fairy tale ending, she embraces her enhanced appearance while keeping her heart genuine, hoping to nurture a family in the future.Here we are presenting her exclusive interview

Asian Barbie DDoll Exclusive Interview

Where are you from, and how would you describe your life growing up?

Hi, I am from Shenzhen, in the Guangdong province, which is south of China. I was a tomboy growing up, as I liked to be outdoors, climbing trees, running around all the time. I could not stay put, which caused quite a bit of headaches for my parents. J

How did you find your way in front of a camera, modeling?

I attended makeup school in China, and at the graduation ceremony, each of us students invited a model to makeup in the final competition. I did not win, but I did think that it would be really cool to be the model instead of the makeup artist in the future. I liked being on stage and having people around me to cheer me on.

What do you like best about being a model?   

I love to shop for makeup, clothes, jewelry, shoes, and accessories, so being a model is perfect for me since I can justify my shopping as being simply part of my job! I love seeing the beautiful photos and videos online and seeing my followers and fans grow every day, it makes me so happy to be liked by so many people around the world.

Besides modeling what is the most important thing in your life?  Do you have any unusual talents?

I just graduated from the Scratch DJ Academy in LA this year, and I have signed an agent to represent me for DJ jobs in the SoCal region, and hopefully it will grow to jobs around the country and maybe even internationally in the future. I would like to learn to rap and sing my own songs in the future. I would love to have a chance to play roles as an actress in movies in the future too.

We all need support in life.  Where do you get your support?  What or who inspires you?  

My father unfortunately passed away last year, and I was devastated because of this tragic event. He was the center of my family in China and now my siblings and I all have come together to take care of my mother and move forward as a family. My father was an inspiration for me since I was a little girl since despite being a man of few words, he took care of me and pushed me to be whoever I wanted to be. He allowed my imagination to roam freely and gave me a happy secure childhood that has allowed me to grow into a confident and determined woman.

What do you think is the most challenging thing about modeling and what advice would you give to new models?  

The most challenging thing about modeling is all the down time in between shoots and assignments. It is easy to let yourself go and eat too much or catch bad habits due to the potential free time available. I made it a point to fill my schedule with classes and various activities like going to the gym, pole dancing, jazz dancing, and other activities so that I can both maintain my figure and develop new skills that can allow me to grow as a model.

What is your favorite way to relax?  What do you do for fun? 

I find it a lot of fun to spend hours on Tiktok and other social media looking at fashion, makeup, and cooking. I like to travel to new places for fun and I hope that with travel restrictions lifted after COVID I can finally visit Europe next summer.

You look amazing.  What do you recommend for those wanting to keep in shape? 

Eat healthy, in moderation, and exercise regularly. Of course, plastic surgery can make a difference initially, but keeping one’s figure is an ongoing task that does require dedication and discipline. I am an active girl by nature, so I find it easy to want to run, swim, and dance.

What would you consider your strongest attribute?  What do guys compliment you most on?

I would say my strongest attribute is my waist, as it is both slim and toned and it allows me to wear basically anything. I am proud of my waist as it is a reflection of hard work and dedication at the gym and a regular exercise routine. Guys obviously look at my big upper assets first, and my perky booty second, but many also complement my long hair as well as my white teeth.

Anything about your heritage, ethnicity, or nationality that you feel people would like to know? 

My family is originally from a smaller town in Guangdong which was populated by Hakka people. So I speak Hakka at home with my family. I also speak Cantonese as that is the primary language spoken in Guangdong, in addition to Mandarin which is the official language in China. I just wish my English could improve more quickly now that I am living here in America!

Please share something about yourself that may surprise others.  What is the most adventurous thing you have ever done? 

During a past trip to Bali, I got skinny-dipped in the pristine waters at the island. I had never done anything remotely like that before, but I found it comfortable to strip away all of my clothes and feel nature all around me.

What are your dreams and goals and ambitions?

My dream is to eventually be known as THE AsianBarbieDDoll, the real life embodiment of Barbie as a Chinese girl. I hope that the old stereotypes of Asian girls being flat with no curves will change in people’s mind as they see me and other Asian curvaceous girls on social media as well as traditional media. I hope people will come around to not just accept me for who I am and perhaps even serve as a role model to the younger girls who follow behind me in the modeling industry and beyond.

If you were in a magical machine that could transport you to any place and time imaginable, where would you love to be?  Why?  

I would love to be transported back to my younger days, so that I can tell my younger self to cherish the time that I had with my father, may he rest in peace.

What’s one thing about yourself that everyone should know?   

I know that my body and face has been enhanced by plastic surgery, which some people see as fake, but all I see is basically an extension of makeup. My heart is very real, and I want to eventually have the fairy tale ending to meet my price charming and start a family in the future. I think I would be a very nurturing mother.

What does being published on mean to you?

It would mean validation of my hard work and dedication to my craft as a model. Hopefully I will reach a wider audience who still do not know me yet. I would like to expand my sphere of influence.

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