Ruby Lin's advice to single women: Better nothing than someone who is low-quality

10 August 2014 / 2 years 2 months ago

Taiwanese female celebrity Ruby Lin's (林心如) role in TV drama "The Way We Were" (16個夏天) steps away from love due to her heart being broken, reported Asian E-News Portal.

Many netizens were touched by the plot and formed a group to support Ruby. And as for the Ruby in real-life, she is actually a "Golden Leftover Woman".

Even though she expressed that she is not in a rush to date, she believes women cannot be single for too long: "They can arrange a few dates but they should have the motto "Better nothing than someone who is low-quality" in mind."

In the drama, Ruby has parts which she had to play a college student. Being praised for maintaining her youthful skin, she smilingly said: "Maybe it's because I'm born with a round face so no one calls me old."

She also expressed that she has a habit of putting on a mask every day and tries to maintain a positive attitude so her skin will naturally turn better.

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