Did Cecilia Cheung move to S'pore because her son failed to adapt to school in Canada?

15 January 2014 / 2 years 9 months ago

Was Cecilia Cheung's decision to move out of Canada and settle down in Singapore because of her younger son, Quintus.

The Hong Kong star made headlines when she was spotted hanging out in the Lion City, before she later confirmed that she was here to stay, and that her sons, Lucas and Quintus, were enrolled in a school here.

The latter was cited in a report on My Paper to be a deciding factor in Cheung moving here as Quintus was understood to have had difficulties adapting to the learning environment in Canada.

With both he and Lucas having started school in Singapore, Cheung is on the lookout to get her career back on track.

She reportedly met up with her good friend, make-up artist Rick Chin, in Hong Kong during her trip back for Christmas, and suggested co-hosting a radio show with him.

In an interview, Chin said: "When she learnt I was helming a radio show, she said we can actually do it together. Hopefully we can start before the Lunar New Year."

Meanwhile, Cheung got students at the National University of Singapore in a frenzy after she showed up at the food court in the UTown campus.

Her appearance at the campus got fans excited, as they posed for photos with her. One person uploaded it on Weibo and wrote: "Cecilia is in UTown having a meal again! Fans should come down to meet her! It seems there is a high chance of Cecilia Cheung showing up in NUS recently!"

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