Sir Paul McCartney wants to perform a gig in China - despite previously declaring he would boycott the country over its animal rights record.
The vegetarian rocker announced in 2005 he would never hold a concert in the Asian country after watching footage of dogs and cats being killed for their fur in Guangzhou.
But now the former Beatle has named China as the one nation he dreams of visiting.
When asked in a radio interview where he would like to perform next, the star replied: "I've never played in China, I'm kind of interested to see what that's like. There's lots of places I've never played, but I think China would be the answer."
MCCartney played a peace concert in Tel Aviv, Israel in September (08) - four decades after the Fab Four were banned by the government over fears they would corrupt the nation's youth.