Fiona Sit’s Parents are Worried About Her Love Life

Passing the age of expected marriage, 37-year-old singer/ actress Fiona Sit (薛凱琪) shares that her parents are not concerned about her career at all, but are most worried about her love life. She personally does not feel the need to rush, and believes fate and destiny will determine her path.

Since breaking up with Jaycee Chan (房祖名) in 2009, there hasn’t been any reports of her being romantically involved with anyone for a long time. Though, this year may be the one that Fiona finally finds her right match, because a feng shui master commented that Fiona is blessed with peach blossom luck in the New year. When asked on her thoughts, she said, “Everyone keeps on saying that you must have peach blossom luck in this industry, to have fate with people and the audience. I am Christian, so I’m not too concerned. If things you want hasn’t come, then it means it isn’t the right time.

“I actually enjoy romance, because no matter how good your career is, it cannot compare to kinship, friendship and romance. It’s only because I’m not that ambitious. When the timing is right, God will arrange for the right person to appear. Not many people pursue me, and everyone around me knows this. Every day I would go to work and then head straight home.”

The 37-year-old said that her parents know of her independent personality, and was never worried about her studies or career. But when it comes to her love life, they are very concerned that Fiona will get deceived by the wrong man. “I wrote a letter to my mom on Mother’s Day, saying how she doesn’t need to worry about me because each person has her own destiny and fate will come when it’s the right time. My mom would still remind me that I’ll never understand a mother’s concerns until I become a mother myself.”

Currently recovering from a cold, Fiona expressed that she had a hoarse voice earlier and received oxygen therapy due to the lack of rest. She thanked everyone for their concerns and said she has been taking medicine and eating more fruits to aid her recovery.

Source: Ming Pao Weekly

This article is written by Minna for

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  1. 37 is an age that would make most asian parents worried for their son/daughter but way earlier if a girl. unless she’s really sick of romance, i have a feeling that she will find someone soon. i mean, she’s cute and she seems like a decent person.

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