Statuesque, Ms. Tan was in a resplendent red dress, one that suited her pleasant, strong but modest personality. She was looking lost and using her mobile phone but I couldn't help her to find her way since I was not familiar with Star Vista because the last time I visited the place it was to watch *Tony Bennett in 2013, about four years ago.
I met her outside the food court and we managed a Selfie together which she so willingly obliged. Yes, I was focusing at the control button of the iPhone rather than at the camera lens [image -right].
But she looks great don't you think?
Thank you, Ms. Tan.
The comment I made above on her Facebook on 2nd March 2017. This image is beautiful. The first thought that comes to mind, "Finally, the long-awaited side view of the Mona Lisa." And that's the truth.
Latest news from Dawn Tan:
"The main character of the documentary showed great courage agreeing to go on this journey to search for the truth with me about the collection of Chinese bronzes his father left to him. It remains my hope that in agreeing to tell the world, it has lightened his burden a little. I think we can all identify, even in a small way, with having a dream come true."
Bronze - A Forgotten Treasure.
According to Dawn, it's her first documentary as host, etc.
Dawn Karen Tan CNA on duty in the US in November 2020 after the Trump/Biden Election.