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Former actress Tracy Lee reunited with ex-colleagues over Chinese language New Yr

Former actress Tracy Lee reunited with ex-colleagues over Chinese language New Yr

SINGAPORE – Former Mediacorp actress Tracy Lee met up with ex-colleagues Sora Ma, Apple Hong, Chen Xiuhuan and Gina Tan for a Chinese language New Yr gathering.

They had been at Chen’s residence for a popiah and rojak lohei feast which included, in line with Tan in an Instagram submit, a “endless provide of abalone”.

Lee, 36, and Hong, 43, additionally posted about their joyful reunion, which passed off on the eleventh day of Chinese language New Yr on Feb 11.

Singer-songwriter Lee Sisong was additionally invited because the fifth visitor to adjust to present Covid-19 guidelines.

Tracey Lee, who left present enterprise in 2016, wrote: “This can be a very totally different Chinese language New Yr. It would not matter if there are quite a bit or a couple of folks at a gathering so long as it’s a group of like-minded folks.”

After leaving MediaCorp, she married Mr Ben Goi, the son of “Popiah King” Sam Goi, and had a son. He died of a stroke in 2019.

Hong wrote in her personal submit that she was envious of Tan, 46, who had misplaced weight regardless of feasting over Chinese language New Yr, and thanked Chen, 56, for getting ready all of the meals, calling her an “idol goddess”.

She additionally talked about Ma, 38, who married her boyfriend of eight years in October 2021.

Hong stated: “You might be actually very obedient. Final Chinese language New Yr, once I gave you a purple packet, I advised you to get married shortly and cease taking purple packets. You actually did as I stated.”

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