Taiwan-based singer Fish Leong plans to visit parents in Malaysia after 2 years


Fish Leong is currently busy working on a new album. Photo: Fish Leong/Instagram

Malaysian singer Fish Leong, who has not returned to Malaysia for more than two years due to the pandemic, disclosed that she plans to return home soon to visit her parents and friends with the easing of border restrictions.

The Taiwan-based artiste recently shared that she missed the chance to compete in this year's Golden Melody Awards – known as the Grammys of Taiwan – as she forgot about the registration.

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