Taiwanese singer and actress Vivian Hsu sheds her role of a homemaker and seeks inspiration at the Singapore Botanic Gardens for her music compositions.
The baby-faced diva tied the knot with her Singaporean-based Indonesian husband last June and has since resided permanently on the island. Though it has not been a year since she moved to Singapore, Vivian has already adapted to the pace of life here.
A day in Vivian’s life is usually largely occupied by her family and she would only begin to compose new songs after her husband has gone to work and her two step-daughters are off to school.
Vivian revealed that she has fallen in love with the serenity, clean air and beautiful scenery of the park ever since the first time her husband brought her there for a walk. Hence, she would often make a trip to the park for some solo time.
The 40-year-old, who recently denied the rumours of being pregnant, released two self-composed digital singles Blue Christmas and To Women last December after a six-year hiatus from the music industry.
To Women was also a meaningful song that Vivian had composed as she was moved by her female friends’ perseverance despite facing difficulties in their relationships, work and family.
Vivian Hsu seeks inspiration at the Botanic Gardens
The Taiwanese singer and actress, currently residing in Singapore, finds inspiration for her music compositions at the park
- Vivian Hsu