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Taiwanese-Japanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro, left, and Taiwanese actress Sandrine Pinna pose with a video game console during a press conference to promote their latest movie "See You Tomorrow" in Beijing, Sunday.

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Sandrine doesn't look particularly Chinese... like her name she looks more European

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Sandrine doesn't look particularly Chinese... like her name she looks more European

My older kid doesn't look so Japanese, neither does his name sound Japanese. And yet, he is Japanese.

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He is a decent actor.

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Dunno why anyone would thumb down strangerlands comment, it's pretty factual and actually describes who I am as a person here lol.

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Can the three of you stop arguing. If you don't know then just google. If you're too lazy, then here's the info - father French mother Taiwanese, therefore of Eurasian extraction and hence the name and look. Can't speak French because father left her when she was young. Dead now.

Chinese name: 張榕容 Chang Yungyung

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How do women walk on shoes like that? It would require amazing balance and ankle strength!

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Sandrine doesn't look particularly Chinese... like her name she looks more European

You're confusing ethnicity with nationality.

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"Dunno why anyone would thumb down strangerlands comment", Yes I agree. Stranger comment is not offensive in anyway. Unless one is confused of the use of kid when he is referring to their children. Some people are pretty uptight about ones ability to commend the use of English on this forum. Or it could just be commentaries are annoy with his consent picking at other people off the cuff comments.

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Thunderbird2 -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandrine_Pinna

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Can the three of you stop arguing. If you don't know then just google. If you're too lazy, then here's the info - father French mother Taiwanese, therefore of Eurasian extraction and hence the name and look.

Just like my kid, so it turns out that I was right with what I was talking about.

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