Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life

He shared that he started having such thoughts after entering the delivery suite with his wife

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
17 Oct 2017

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
17 Oct 2017

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
17 Oct 2017

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
17 Oct 2017

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
17 Oct 2017

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life
17 Oct 2017

Wu Chun: I want to be a woman in my next life

Wu Chun’s children, 4-year-old Max and 6-year-old Nei Nei (Wu Xin Yi) have become the apple of many viewers’ eyes after joining Chinese reality show Where Are We Going, Dad?.

During the programme, Wu Chun’s passing comment that he wants to be a woman in his next life had many wondering about the reason about his sudden declaration. All was revealed during a recent interview, where he shared that it’s because of the pregnancy and birthing process that all mothers, including his wife, have to go through.

He let on that he entered the delivery suite with his wife when she was giving birth to their children, and saw for himself how difficult the entire process was, which affected him greatly and gave him a new level of respect for all mothers, who go through something “that’s really no mean feat”.

The 38-year-old continued that women go through menstruation every month, which he felt was “unfair – men can’t remain as men in every reincarnation”, and expressed that he wishes to experience what it is like to be female in order to “better appreciate women”.

When asked about what his children are like behind closed doors, Wu Chun shared that Max’s personality is more like a girl’s, and he enjoys showing his cute side to others. On the other hand, Nei Nei is more outspoken and “can’t stop talking”, and that he and his daughter always have something to talk about.

Photos: PBE Media

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