Bruin fans, you sent in your questions and now we’ve got answers! Christine Peng-Peng Lee answered questions about moving to Canada, the status on her movie, “Full Out 2” and what her plans are for the time being as well as the future.
Are you back in Canada for good or do you plan on moving back to the states eventually?
Since I have moved, I am taking it day by day. I am mainly focused on my YouTube and acting career so I am open to where those jobs will take me.
What will you miss most about LA?
I will miss the people the most and of course the variety of foods they have down there.
What are your plans for the future?
Again, I am taking it day by day and my plans are very open. I am mainly focused on the entertainment industry and taking classes to improve myself.
Is there anything you can tell us about your movie, “Full Out 2?”
I am no longer working on Full Out 2, however, there are other projects I am in discussion with that I’m extremely excited about.
How often do you work out now that you aren’t doing gymnastics anymore?
I work out quite often still. I have a gym membership and go in 3-4 times a week. It’s still hard to schedule everything in but I mainly focus on rehab when I go into the gym.
Have you thought about possibly coaching gymnastics someday?
I love coaching camps and helping other coaches once in a while but currently, it is not a passion of mine to pursue.
How do you remain so positive when life gets hard or things don’t go your way?
I talk to my family because they have been the most positive in my life. I always look at the silver lining and remind myself everything happens for a reason and that I’m right where I need to be.
What was the biggest thing you learned from Miss Val?
The biggest thing I’ve learned from Miss Val is always be true to yourself and when it comes to others, be respectful and honest.
Thank you to Peng-Peng Lee for granting us this interview. To stay up to date on Lee and her career in the entertainment industry, be sure to follow her on social media using the links below.