Jean Kwok immigrated from Hong Kong to New York City at the age of 5 and worked in a clothing factory in Chinatown as a child. Her family lived in an unheated apartment in Queens infested with cockroaches. She fell in love with a Dutch psychologist and moved to the Netherlands, where they now have two sons. Jean Kwok speaks English, Dutch and Chinese and she knows how it is to be American, Dutch and Chinese. The interviewer Miki was curious whether Jean ever dreamed of becoming who she is now? How did she experience and escape poverty? How does Jean interpret success, love and being an immigrant? What does social pressure mean to her family and her choices in life? How does she see the role of woman?