Michelle Yeoh looking for next challenge after OScar

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia –

Michelle Yeoh said she believes in her perseverance, hard work and passion for last month’s historic win at the Oscars and is looking for new challenges, including a job as a producer.

The 60-year-old became the first Asian to win an Academy Award for Best Actress for playing a laundromat owner in Everything Everywhere All at Once. won two awards.

Yeo, who returned to her hometown of Malaysia to celebrate her mother’s birthday, said she felt a sense of relief after winning the award.

“It was a roller coaster ride that started last year when the movie first came out. It’s been a year of not knowing, wanting, wanting, wanting,” she said at a press conference. While everyone was asking, ‘Do you want an Oscar?’ I said yes, of course I want an Oscar. there is no.

Yoh reiterated that an Oscar win is a “beacon of hope” for Asian women.

“It shows us that it is possible and that all of you can do it,” she said.

Having started his career in Hong Kong before becoming a Hollywood star, Yeo was able to work in a wide variety of films, saying, “I have a positive mindset that fights for what I really believe, representation, diversity and especially empowerment.” I was lucky enough to work with the filmmakers.” Female. ‘ She said she refuses to be bound by her stereotypical roles, but she believes in pushing the boundaries of her career.

She has no interest in directing, but said she may branch out again as a producer.

“Directors don’t have a life. I love my life,” she joked. ǪPeople start listening and starting to appreciate what you have to offer so I can expand more.As an actor what I like is this at work I am very fortunate to be able to say that it is a real passion, not just a passion.”

Yeoh has said he will be returning to London to finish filming ‘Wicked’, the two-part adaptation of the hit Broadway musical directed by Jon Chu. She hopes to return to Asia within the next few months.

“I’m always looking for a challenge,” said Yeoh. “I think in our part of the world there is a lot to be done. All of us collectively. are collaborators and storytellers. Let’s work together and achieve great things.”

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