Healthy Body, Open Heart
Sitting Down With… Ningli Wang, Director of the Beijing Tongren Eye Center, China
Phoebe Harkin | | Interview
What did you want to be growing up?
When I was a child, I wanted to be a scientist. The first book I ever read was “One Hundred Thousand Whys” [a popular Chinese science book]. I was a really curious kid and this book was my first window into understanding the basics of this world. As I grew older, I came to appreciate the beauty of art and was fascinated by the paintings of Salvador Dalí. It was amazing to me that you could present a world almost beyond imagination through the tip of a brush – and so I started dreaming about becoming an artist.
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