Leong’s beauty tips
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