Is Quan Yifeng leaving Singapore — and showbiz — for good? That’s what netizens are speculating after the Taiwan-born Ch 8 host shared a lengthy and rather emo post bidding goodbye to her two-storey apartment in Siglap on July 12.
In her caption, which accompanied a photo of herself on her balcony, the 46-year-old compared herself to a “nomad” who spent three decades wandering around Singapore without a home. It was only within the past few years that she managed to secure a place for herself and her daughter Eleanor Lee, giving her the opportunity to enjoy “the sweetest and happiest period” of her life.
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While Yifeng thought she would finally be able to stop moving around, it looks like life has other plans for her.
“Just as I was about to settle down, I never thought that there would be a new journey in store for me, to explore a different way of life and get used to the air in another city. Life is always so impermanent, and plans can never catch up with changes.”
Yifeng went on to express her gratitude to her old home, thanking it for the warmth and shelter it provided her and Eleanor. “I hope the next owner will get to experience the same happiness and health here.”