A digital recreation of an article published in Adam Magazine Vol10 No10 – Feb 1966
"There comes a time in every girl’s life," quips lovely Lyn-Tie, Hong Kong born Chinese singer and actress, "when she realizes that she either has to get with it or lose – I got with it. Which is kind of a sneaky way of saying that I’m a swinger- pure and simple."
Despite Lyn-Tie’s "sneaky" method of statement, what she says is true. As a matter fact, she’s probably the "swingingest" thing to come out of China since the invention of gunpowder. Barely twenty-three, sweet Lyn-Tie has already accomplished such feats as feature-dancer at the Moulin Rouge, singer at the Pink Pussycat in Hollywood, and star of a stage rendition of "The Flower Drum Song" at the Melodyland theatre of Anaheim, California.
Aside from being successful in her career, Lyn-Tie has some pretty definite opinions regarding life (the way it should be lived), and men (why it should be lived). "It all boils down to one word," she says, "love. I love life – and to me, ‘life’ centres around men. I guess it’s my oriental upbringing that causes it, but if I’m with a man, or in the company of men, I’m always happy and feel like singing. When there are no men around – I feel sort of lost, aimless,"
This philosophy is reflected in her choice of ultimate lite-goal. "Someday," she says, smiling, "I will have a man of my very own – a man who loves life and me, in that order."
From Hong Kong centre of oriental beauty the world over comes the most
beautiful (36-24- 35) flower of all