Quote of the Day:

Wendi Deng Murdoch

  • I believe if you are nice to people, children will follow. Likewise, if you are rude to people, children will follow.
  • My parents pushed us very hard to work, both in the home, doing chores and cooking, and at school.
  • My grandmother died in childbirth, and my great-aunt lived with us. She had bound feet. She never knew how to read or write.
  • I grew up in a little funny town called Xuzhou, in the countryside, very poor. We didn't have hot water. We were four children: three girls and a boy.
  • I wasn't necessarily the brightest in my family. I think my older sister was probably more clever, but I worked very hard.
  • I really make sure that my girls understand the importance of education. I don't want them to be spoilt and only know private school kids. I want them to behave well by example.
  • I had never been in a supermarket before coming to America. At home, my parents wouldn't let me open the refrigerator, because they worried I'd damage the door by opening it too many times.
  • As for what other people think of me, I could worry about that every day, but choose not to.
  • I didn't ever plan to be a producer, and I didn't really know what I was getting myself into.
  • I'm loyal, and I like my friends. Friendship enriches your life and makes it more interesting.