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We were able to get an interview with the ever so sexy Linda Tran! This was AsiaFinest.com's first interview ever! Read on!

Linda TranAsiaFinest: How did you get into the modeling business?
Linda Tran: Started off as a simple hobby three years ago to see how the Internet really works. I just graduated from high school and was working a 9-5 office job in the summer... although most of my hours were spent surfing the web. I found the whole online modeling industry by accident, but it intrigued me and I figured that if some of these girls could do it -- well, so could I. I was working as a marketing assistant back then, so it was sort of like practice for my job -- marketing myself as a potential model. =)

AsiaFinest: Any goals that you want to achieve but still haven't?
Linda Tran: I'll be working toward an upper-grad design degree this winter. My long-term goal is to turn my small web company into a full-scale advertising design agency.

AsiaFinest: Tell us about your most exciting or funniest moments.
Linda Tran: Merging with Playboy Playmate Devin Devasquez. We're tired of seeing the industry inundated with blonde hair, blue eyes, fake tans and silicone. Since we both have exotic looks and natural breasts, we figured it would be great to promote together and let the guys out there know that sex appeal is not just about Pamela Anderson! LOL Over the next year, Devin and I will be making a handful of appearances together at various expos and special events.

AsiaFinest: What was your favorite project or work to this date?
Linda Tran: I booked an all-expenses paid modeling assignment in Dublin, Ireland a short while back... It was an incredible experience and one that truly opened my eyes to a different culture.

AsiaFinest: What's the most embarrassing moment in your life?
Linda Tran: I have no idea -- I get over my embarrassments so quickly that I forget they ever happened!

AsiaFinest: How has the Internet changed your life?
Linda Tran: Modeling-wise, it's given me an amazing amount of exposure and opportunities that I otherwise would not have if I was only modeling mainstream. Personally, it's made communication a lot simpler for me, since I have friends and family all over the world... e-mail is just the greatest thing! Career-wise, the Internet is my life! Web design is a very stimulating and challenging field... I'm always learning something new.

AsiaFinest: Did you parents support your decision to model?
Linda Tran: My parents are supportive of anything I do -- I've always been very independent and stubborn, so they pretty much just ride the wave with whatever I end up doing!

AsiaFinest: What's the hardest part of being a model?
Linda Tran: Criticism -- you're constantly being judged for the way you look, weigh, act, etc.

AsiaFinest: Where would you be today if you weren't a model?
Linda Tran: I'd be more involved in the advertising industry as a graphic and interactive designer.

AsiaFinest: For the male visitors of AsiaFinest: Are you currently single? How would a guy approach a beauty like you? What do you look for in a guy? Turn Ons and Turn Offs?
Linda Tran: I am happily taken right now! =) I like guys who are good-looking, funny, sociable, with straight white teeth... guys who enjoy luxury and the high life, but can also be down-to-earth and humble. Turns ons: fresh cologne, bubble baths, men in suits. Turn offs: bad hygiene, guys who play games, jealousy.

AsiaFinest: Seems like you love to hang out in NY, which areas do you like to hang out in and why?
Linda Tran: I love Chinatown for the food and little tea shops, SoHo for the shopping, East Village for the hip bars and lounges, and Williamsburg, Brooklyn because it's quickly coming up in the NY scene as "the" place to be.

AsiaFinest: Has the tragic Sept 11 event affected you in any way?
Linda Tran: Definitely -- I was lucky to have already moved out of NYC before it all happened, but I still have a lot of close friends in the city who experienced the attacks and aftermath first-hand. It truly opens your eyes and allows you to see how fragile life can be and how quickly something can be taken away from you. In remembrance of the attacks, I'm sponsoring a Red Cross donation drive through my website. All membership proceeds from my site from Sept - Oct will be donated to this organization, and I encourage my fans and members to contribute as well.

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