Cindy Pan is a brow-beaten general practitioner in Sydney who is frequently asked to speak about sexuality and sexual health. Hard to say why. She was the medical presenter for 'Sex/Life' (Channel Ten) and 'The Lifestyle Channel' (Foxtel). She has written 'humorous and informative' piffle on sex, relationships and health in numerous publications including 'The Sun-Herald', 'Minx' and 'Claudia'. Her television appearances include multiple outings on 'The Panel' (so hard to be the only normal one) as well as 'The Super Debates', 'Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton', 'Totally Wild', 'Bondi Banquet' and 'Hypotheticals with Geoffrey Robertson'.
She and her mother ('Big Ping-Pong') recently travelled to China ('the motherland') as the subjects of a television documentary about discovering your roots. Cindy was surprised to find she had some. Real gnarly ones. The documentary, produced by Eden and Nicola Gaha, will screen in 2001 as part of the Centenary of Federation.