A cartoonist who drew Tiger’s cartoon “Tiger and the Dragon” says she is changing her name and identity.
Dianna Smith, a cartoonist at the cartoonist’s studio in Wigan, Wales, told the BBC she was changing her surname to “Dianne Smith” after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in October last year.
“The main thing I have to do is change my name, my name has become the symbol of my cancer,” she said.
“It’s a big thing for me, it’s a huge thing for my family, it will definitely be a huge step forward for me and it’s going to be a big challenge for me to get through it.”
Smith was diagnosed last year with breast and ovarian cancer.
She is a former member of the Tiger team and has been a member of both the Tiger and Dragon franchises since 2010.
She said she wanted to use her own name and not the one associated with her team.
“I’m not trying to hide who I am or my cancer, it has always been known to the public,” she added.
“So I don’t want to take it to the next level.
And that’s not going to happen in the next few months.””
But if I have a change of name, I want to be the one who will use it.”
And that’s not going to happen in the next few months.
“The “Tyrant” character is one of the most recognisable characters in the history of the Disney Channel and its animated films, but Smith’s real identity is still unknown.
She hopes her change of identity will help her raise awareness of the disease and raise funds for charity.”
For me it’s about making a difference, it helps me understand and understand what is really going on,” she told the RTE Radio 4 Today programme.”
You can see the change in me in the films, the changes in me are definitely noticeable, but I also know that I’m not going through the same thing as the other people in my family and the people in the community.
“This is my opportunity to help them, to make sure that we’re not left behind.”