Linda Chung thought she was going to die on flight back to Hong Kong

25 March 2014 / 2 years 7 months ago

Linda Chung reportedly just returned to Hong Kong from her trip to Vancouver to visit family.

According to an article in Asian E-News Portal, she disclosed she was there for 3 weeks and took the opportunity to recuperate her health.

She said: "I want to be a successful woman, so I must have a balanced lifestyle. There is a good balance between work and family. (How can you be successful if you're not married?) I believe I can do it. (Any plans?) Not sure! (Proposed several times?) No." 

To prevent the media from asking more questions about her love life, Linda changed the subject and revealed that she experienced 5 hours of turbulence on her way back to Hong Kong.

When Linda started telling the story, she was still frightened.

She said the plane was shaking nonstop: "Even the glass broke from all the turbulence and the water spilled everywhere. I was really scared, so I wrote my will on the napkin.

"I wrote Mum, Dad, sister, brother and friends, I love you all. I hope we all can really cherish life, don't be troubled over small matters. I memorized everything on the rescue/emergency card, so I know what to do when there is an emergency."

Despite the frightening experience, Linda will still be flying everywhere for work: "Can't be scared of turbulence too much. The first thing I wanted to do when I got back was to get a good sleep because I'm just so exhausted!"

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