Seems Like Lee Lin Chin Won't Get Married! No Matter at What Age
"Single is no longer a lack of options - but a choice. A choice to refuse to let your life be defined by your relationship status but to live every day Happily and let your Ever After work itself out." ~ Mandy Hale.
Well, not many would relate to the quote above but Lee Lin Chin the famous Australian television presenter and journalist is all about living a single life.
With the passing time and growing age, Lee doesn't seem anywhere near to the thought of getting married. Let's find out what intrigues her to live a life without a partner/husband.
Lee Lin Chin, Single by Choice:
The belief that one needs a companion to make it through the journey of life isn't what everybody believes. Similarly, Lee Lin Chin an Indonesian-born Australian journalist and television presenter at the age of 64, is still single and not any ready to mingle. Lee even expressed that she is alone by choice.
Lee admits that being a single woman makes her feel lonely at times, but she shared the brighter side of remaining single as,
Lee Lin Chin Tweet (Source Twitter)
Also, Lee has a funny bone; she can write anything and make it sound funny. Back in 2014, Lee mentioned that she would download tinder if only she weren't worried about the internet world getting explode.
And if you want to know the reason behind Lee opting to stay single, be prepared you might just burst into laughter,
Well, whatever be the reason for Lee not getting married, she sure is happy with the way she is living her life and at the end of the day; it is all that matters.
More about Lee Lee Lin Chin:
Born on June 17, 1953, in Indonesia to Chinese parents, Lee is 64 years of age and is working as a journalist and a television presenter since 1968. She became a part of SBS family since 1980 when Lee moved to Australia from Singapore.
Initially, Lee got employed as a translator for 'Chinese-language films.' But, she later built her road to success by working for a stint at the 'ABC' before returning back to SBS as a World News presenter. Moreover, as of now, she creates small segments for the broadcaster’s satire series, 'The Feed.'
Caption: Glimpse of the SBS Broadcast Battleground- "The Feed." (Published on Nov 27, 2014)
Apart from doing what she is best at, Lee also has few acting credits that include 'Resistance,' 'The Weekend Shift,' and 'Soul Mates.'
Also, did you know Lee can fluently speak Mandarin, Cantonese, English, and Fukien?