Would you be willing to relocate to China to pursue an acting career?
Not me, unless the $$$ was ubelievable and I could be assured of my safety as much as possible. I'm pretty much a stay in the USA lady. I've never traveled to any other country except Canada (border area only) and Mexico, border area.
While I am interested in traveling to Europe or even parts of South America and Africa, I'm pretty timid, especially in today's world.
I know little about China, and would have to do research and talk to people who are there or have been there before I would even consider being that far away. Leave my family and relatives and all that is familiar? Not unless I was young and beautiful, with safety not a concern.
As they used to say when we'd cross over into Mexico...."Don't drink the water..." hey, I'm only teasing....
Yes because if acting is your passion then it doesn't matter where you go as long as you are doing what you love doing.
I really don't know. Probably not. I would have to have some money up front. I keep my own passport. Also it would have to be for a famous or well know director.
I think that there are a lot of different factors to consider when asking this question from what's keeping where you are currently, to what your job security in China is going to be like.
I think China is a very interesting country, and it were me, and acting were my thing, I would be willing to relocate, at least for a little while.
Take my opinion with a grain of salt though, I'm young, with few attachments, and am currently teaching Engish for a year in Korea. I have a few hubs about living in Asia if your interested, although none of them are about China.
Bottom line: Depending on your personality etc. I think you should go for it. I would be willing to under the right circumstances.
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