PLU.CN: Hello Flo, as the American representative to ZOWEI DIVINA, what's on your mind?
Flo: I am very proud to represent my country. This is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I feel excellent!
PLU.CN: You're a Chinese-American. How old were you when you emigrated to the States? Have you ever visited China since then?
Flo: My parents originated from Hong Kong, but I am born in America. I never had an opportunity to visit China before this chance.
PLU.CN: How's your record in the NA Server last season? Did you play often?
Flo: Last season I was top-10 Masters. I don't often ladder, because I feel practicing against a coach is a better use of time. They can provide me with solid advice after each match. Only when I was bored, do I practice on the ladder.
PLU.CN: We have heard that you have done well in many other female-only tournaments. Do you find playing in tournaments differ from regular laddering?
Flo: I don't feel much pressure when I ladder or practice custom games. This differs during competition, when every win or lose carry much more weight.
PLU.CN: Do your family have an opinion of your StarCraft 2 career? What about your own view of it?
Flo: When I just started, my family didn't realize how important this is to me. They thought it's just a game. After several months when I reached a skill level processed by very few other girls, they became slowly more supportive. They almost refused to allow me to participate in DIVINA this time, but I was able to convince them in the end. I want to continue on this path, and they finally accepted that being a Pro-gamer is my true passion in life.
Original Author: PLU_勒崩
T/N: This is a re-translation from CN -> EN. Flo may have answered in English, but her original response was not available in source text.