Acclaimed singer Kit Chan is no stranger to many of us — especially those who grew up in the 90s. The homegrown singer made her debut in 1993, releasing her first Chinese single titled ‘Quarrelled’.
From ‘Like You’ to ‘A Time For Everything’, Kit’s long list of songs have touched the hearts of many fans in Singapore and around the world. That’s not all. She’s also played lead roles in musicals such as Snow Wolf Lake alongside Jacky Cheung in 1997 and Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress in 2002. In 1999, she received the Her World Young Woman Achiever award.
A mega star in Singapore, Kit has been in showbiz for close to 30 years. Notably, she took the plunge and left the entertainment scene at the peak of her career to continue her studies in 2014. Following that, she pursued a public relations consultancy role full-time for six years, even without any prior marketing experience.
In her recent podcast interview on local podcast programme, the LITO Podcast, Kit revealed more interesting insights about her life.
As Kit turns another year wiser on September 15, we thought it’d be timely to share some inspiring snippets from the interview. Ahead, six lessons we can learn from Kit about thriving and staying positive in life, come what may.
(Listen to Kit’s full interview on The LITO Podcast here.)