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Bio of Murray Clive (穆雷克)

04-10-2012 14:59 BJT

I grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa. Spent much of my intelligible youth locked away in a boarding school on the other side of the country. Studied Computer Science at university. Three days after my final exam I left in order to travel the world - basically, to find a more fitting quality of life.

I lived in Canada for 18 months where I fell in love with acting. But I still wanted to travel more and so headed east perusing a bunch of countries along the way before setting up base camp in Taiwan - a great place but no suitable work opportunities. And finally, I ended up in Beijing, a city that I happily call my new home. Acted in a few Chinese shows as well as a few plays before finding myself at Rediscovering China. By far the coolest job I have ever had.

Murray Clive is with local citizens.

Murray Clive

What book are you reading?

The Picture of Dorian Gray.

Favourite board game?

Chess, although I truly suck. I prefer playing online because then I can’t actually hear my opponent laughing in my face.

What is most important in your life?

Peaceful sleep.

If you could play an instrument, what would it be?

Piano or guitar. Probably guitar coz it’s a lot easier to cart around. I’m a practical person.

Favourite quite:

Cultivate your garden – Voltaire.

If you could have one super power, what would it be?

Give me wings.

On the Road

Murray in Ningxia

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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