Leong’s beauty tips

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - MUSIC - By SETO KIT YAN en­ter­tain­ment@thes­tar.com.my

Singing takes a back seat for asia’s Queen of bal­lad who talks about her beauty regime.

HAV­ING in­ter­viewed Fish Leong so of­ten, I’m al­ways im­pressed at the nat­u­rally re­laxed and el­e­gant way Asia’s Queen of Bal­lads car­ries her­self. Af­ter Leong, 33, made sure I was com­fort­ably seated, she turned our in­ter­view into a chat ses­sion with her warm and easy-go­ing man­ner.

Based in Tai­wan, the Ba­hauborn songstress is now pre­par­ing for fur­ther stops of her Fish Leong The Love Li­brary World Tour 2011 in China.

Lo­cal Man­dopop mu­sic fans would have to wait till next year for her lat­est con­cert as she has not man­aged to se­cure a date for a show in Kuala Lumpur.

The last time we had an in­ter­view, Leong was ac­com­pa­nied by her mother. With her packed sched­ule this time, she has not had the lux­ury of pay­ing her fam­ily a visit but added: “I will be bring­ing my par­ents with me to China to watch my up­com­ing con­cert tour stops in Suzhou and Xian.” Leong also dis­closed that she had al­ready com­menced work on her next al­bum.

The singer who mar­ried busi­ness­man Tony Chao in Fe­bru­ary last year, shared that she was look­ing for­ward to start­ing a fam­ily af­ter her con­cert tour ends early next year.

“I’ve no pref­er­ence. I’d like every­thing to come nat­u­rally,” she replied to queries about gender pref­er­ence and num­ber of chil­dren.

Ear­lier this year, Leong was here to pro­mote her al­bum What Love Songs Didn’t Tell You and was ap­pointed as Malaysia’s Tourism Am­bas­sador to pro­mote the coun­try to Chi­nese-speak­ing coun­tries like China, Tai­wan and Hong Kong.

This time around, the lass with lilt­ing vo­cals is back in Kuala Lumpur to en­dorse the Pure Beauty Pomegranate An­tiox­i­dant

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