User mooj123 asked him about his experience in the James Bond film, A View To A Kill:
"It was interesting. I mean, it was overwhelming - first I was in the Bond Movie set, it was very impressive. I remember they shot at the Eiffel Tower, and in those days, you could just rent the Eiffel Tower for 2 days, close it down and shoot a movie, I don't think you can do that anymore. And I met Roger Moore, and a few other people. And I played a small role, literally 2 minutes I was gone, but that got me a little taste of the whole show business experience, in and around the set."
A particularly interested user named marcisme asked him if the scene asked him if he really ate sushi off naked ladies in the film Showdown in Little Tokyo:
"Yeah. I think both the sushi and the ladies were real, as far as I imagine! Ha ha ha! This was the 80's, where you could do different things in the movies than today!"
User badguysenator also asked him about Showdown in Little Tokyo, specifically about Brandon Lee, son of Bruce Lee, who was tragically killed on-set of The Crow due to a special effects accident:
Well, Brandon was a special guy. We became good friends during the shoot of the picture. His mother was Swedish. So he was half-Chinese (because of Bruce Lee, his dad) and his mom was Swedish, and we both were martial artists. And I agree with you - had he lived, he would've become a huge star, maybe even bigger than his dad.