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Carrie Wong On Her "Lonely" Childhood, And Why She Thinks Being A Poor Judge Of Character Isn’t Necessarily A Bad Thing

The actress, who stars in new Mediacorp drama The Peculiar Pawnbroker, says she finds it very tiring to have to keep thinking if someone has an ulterior motive.

Carrie Wong On Her "Lonely" Childhood, And Why She Thinks Being A Poor Judge Of Character Isn’t Necessarily A Bad Thing

If you were to ask Carrie Wong to describe herself in primary school, she would say that she was a loner with “no friends”, which is completely surprising 'cos just by looking at the actress, you would think she was the girl every boy had a crush on or something.

But we'll get to that in a bit.

We’re speaking to the 27-year-old star after the virtual press conference for Mediacorp drama, The Peculiar Pawnbroker, where she plays Cheng Yi Cheng, an orphan adopted by the titular peculiar pawnbroker, Cheng Huo Chang, played by Li Nanxing.

Since the drama does focus on the father-daughter relationship between Nanxing and Carrie’s characters, 8days.sg took the opportunity to ask about her relationship with her real dad, whom the actress says “pampers" her quite a bit.

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