Hong Kong singer Miriam Yeung delights fans with Lunar New Year Concerts in Macao

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    13th February 2024 – (Hong Kong) Renowned Hong Kong singer Miriam Yeung held two back-to-back concerts in Macao during the Lunar New Year, marking her first-ever performances on the fifth and sixth days of the festive season. In a recent interview, Yeung revealed that her decision to break tradition was influenced by her 11-year-old son, Torres. She explained, “During previous Lunar New Year celebrations, I was always busy with the rituals and paying respects to the elders. However, now that my son is older, we don’t need to make as many preparations. When the organisers approached me with the idea and the desire to bring joy to everyone during the festive season, I thought, why not?”

    Yeung, who has a passion for her singing career, was asked if she would ever consider retiring, especially now that she has reached the age of 50. She candidly shared that her friends often question why she continues to tirelessly tour and perform after 29 years in the industry. However, she admitted that she cannot be someone who simply rests on her laurels. She believes that being idle would be even more challenging, so her goal is to “keep singing until old age.” She acknowledged that life is full of unexpected twists and turns, and she remains open to going with the flow. She said, “The future is uncertain, and I’ll just go with the flow and do what feels right. If I don’t feel like singing anymore, then I won’t. It’s hard to say when that will happen. I’ll listen to my heart and maybe pursue another passion. I’ve never thought about singing until I’m 50. (If I really don’t want to sing anymore?) Then I’ll just go to a karaoke room and sing there.”