SINGAPORE – Local favourite artist JJ Lin is back in town after spending most of last year in Taiwan – and he’s just in time to celebrate CNY with his family.
The singer shared in his fortnightly livestream session, ‘JJ’s Bloom n’ Tunes ‘ on Feb 3 that he had flown back to Singapore and tested negative for Covid-19.
Lin was allowed to return home to his family after getting his test results.
In case you’re wondering how the artist managed to return home: Taiwan has successfully contained the Covid-19 spread and so visitors are no longer required to undergo a stay-home notice (SHN).
Lin appears to be having a good time with his family since he came home as he shared a picture of them riding bikes around town a couple of days ago (Feb 7).
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Photo: Instagram screengrab
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Photo: Instagram screengrab
The post also included a selfie of himself in front of the iconic Marina Bay which he captioned in Mandarin: “Biking day with the fam! [Upon my] return to Singapore, of course, I have to meet up with my family, and exercise!”
Keep your eyes peeled, JJ Lin-fans – You might just catch him cycling too!
Anyhow, we’re certain that Lin is happy to be back to his roots as his latest Instagram post featured his mom’s home-cooked dish with an absolutely adorable caption.
“Mom’s handmade sushi! Happy! #beyondmichelinstars #goodtobehome” he wrote (after translation).
The actor didn’t mention how long he’ll be in town, although he’s hinted that it’s just for the festive season. Even so, we’re glad that he’s having a good time with his loved ones.
After all, nothing can beat a heartwarming family reunion. /TISG
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