At 58, Michelle Yeoh still does her own stunts


Yeoh, pictured here in 'Master Z: The Ipman Legacy', recalls turning down Hollywood roles that perpetuated Chinese stereotypes. Photo: RAM Entertainment

Malaysian actress Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh sat down for a video interview with Time magazine on Aug 18.

Yeoh, 58, spoke about diversity in Hollywood, turning down roles that perpetuate Asian stereotypes and doing her own stunts, as part of Time100 Talks, a video series featuring influential people from a variety of fields.

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