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TANG WEI WON'T STOP DREAMING

Even celebrities can still have big dreams.

As a kid, Tang Wei didn't always dream about being an actress. Although her aspirations changed as she grew older, one thing stayed the same - she never stopped dreaming.


DREAM AGAIN.

Change Destiny.

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MEET THE WOMEN OF CHANGE
Overcoming the limits of DNA. Breaking gender stereotypes. Defying age. On their journey to success, our trailblazing women of SK-II have had many inspiring moments of change. Discover their stories here.
Tang Wei
Tang Wei left home at 18 to pursue drama lessons in Beijing, despite her parents objections. Facing the challenges alone, she re-took the exams three times before passing. Through her passion and determination, Tang Wei is today an award-winning actress, and has successfully made inroads into Hollywood. Despite her success, she continues to push through the limits with her career,expanding her acting repertoire, changing her destiny.
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The
change Destiny
Manifesto
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Every second, we have the opportunity to make the next second greater than now.

Because destiny isn’t a matter of chance, it’s a matter of choice.

So let go of what others want you to be. Change, is in all of us.

And the only person you are destined to become, is the person you decide to be.
TANG WEI’S
CHANGE DESTINY PHILOSOPHY
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TANG WEI ON SELF BELIEF
“What other people say or do, what the social norms are, it doesn’t matter. Just believe in yourself.”
TANG WEI ON FEARLESSNESS
“The one thing people fear the most is taking that first step towards
change. But actually, I’ve discovered once you step out, wonderful
things naturally happen as the world follows you instead.”
TANG WEI ON CURIOSITY
“Travel has not only broadened my awareness of the world,
it’s also piqued my curiosities. The more you travel, the more you
realise there are so many interesting people to meet, so many
interesting things to see, so many meaningful experiences to explore.”
TANG WEI ON PERSERVERANCE
“I passed Drama School after my third try. I reckon I would have
continued trying if I didn’t make it after the third time. To me,
as long as I do my best, I will never feel discouraged and keep on
trying till I achieve it.”

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Misa Kuranaga
Misa’s rise to the top of her career was both long and challenging. In the competitive world of professional ballet, she stood out for being shorter, less graceful, and too different from other ballerinas. Through hard work, passion, and an unyielding spirit of determination, she overcame the limits of her DNA and changed her destiny. Today, she still stands out, but as the Principal Ballerina of the world-renowned, Boston Ballet.
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MISA’S
CHANGE DESTINY PHILOSOPHY
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MISA ON AMBITION
“I began ballet because of a vision I had as a seven-year-old girl. I remember seeing a picture of a ballerina in a tutu and immediately I believed I could one day be a beautiful dancer. I had to convince my mom to enroll me into classes because she was adamant about me being a figure skater which is more expected for a petite Asian girl, but I knew that dancing was something I wanted to do.”
MISA ON PERSISTENCY
“To overcome my physical shortcomings as a petite dancer, I traveled to New York City to audition for The School of American ballet whose curriculum focuses on turnout and agility. I re-learned how to properly use my body while acquiring the skill to move extremely fast so I could stand out. I was not only the sole Asian in my class, but also the oldest and had to work twice as hard as any other student.”

MISA ON PRESERVERANCE
“Over the years, I’ve had to change my limitations into strengths and go beyond physical talent and aesthetics. It takes perseverance and a dream but most of all the ability to look into the mirror and say, I can do this.”
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AYASE HARUKA,ACTRESS
Ayase was a keen athlete as a teenager, playing basketball in middle school and competing in long distance running events. During her freshman year, she successfully won a talent scout event, which took her from the field of sport into the world of entertainment. Initially, her parents objected the switch, but Ayase’s relentless determination won them over. Today, Ayase has gone beyond acting and is also a top model. She continues to push the boundaries in her career.
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AYASE’S
CHANGE DESTINY PHILOSOPHY
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AYASE ON PERFECTION
"No one is perfect. Sometimes we do well, sometimes we don’t. Just accept it. When we try to be perfect, we stress ourselves. I've learnt it's better to relax.”
AYASE ON BEING YOURSELF
"I don't like trying hard to make myself look good or to pretend to be a person that others expect me to be. I'd like to accept who I am and every side of me.”
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MOMOI KAORI,ACTRESS
A true champion of change, legendary Japanese actress, Momoi, has never rested on her laurels. Beyond native Japan, the multi-linguist has acted in English, Chinese, Italian and Spanish films. Her award-winning career spans over 35 years and 60 films. Beyond acting, Momoi has pursued a multitude of projects including singing, producing, directing, screenwriting, and design. Today, in her 60s, she continues to shape her destiny, recently moving to Los Angeles to build her career in the West.
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MOMOI’S
CHANGE DESTINY PHILOSOPHY
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“I have one principle belief, and that’s possibilities. Now in my 50s, I feel life is beginning all over again. Yes, everyone ages, but when you age beautifully and express yourself in a proactive and positive manner, people will feel empowered and happy around you. It creates a chain reaction of positive effects. They will see possibilities in you, and in turn, miracles happen.”
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