Singapore — Singaporean celeb Oon Shu An, believe it or not, is not only a Tiger baby, but also a Lion baby!
The actress, host, and influencer said that her Tiger temper used to get her into so much trouble.
According to China Highlights, those born in the year of the Tiger are brave, competitive, unpredictable, and confident. They are very charming and well-liked by others. But sometimes they are likely to be impetuous, irritable, and overindulgent.
As for those born Leo, InStyle describes them as being confident, also comfortable being the centre of attention, drama-adoring, ambitious, loyal, fiercely protective of their nearest and dearest, generous, luxury-loving, sunny, and big-hearted.
It’s probably why Oon also seem to exhibit confidence and is comfortable being the centre of attention. She debuted her acting career in Becoming Royston more than a decade ago. She is famous for hosting Clicknetwork series Tried and Tested. The talented star also acted in several feature films, short films and TV shows.
It may not look like it, but Oon was diagnosed with depression in 2015. In a 2020 interview with Her World, she shared that it was confusing for her as she was doing well in her career. She explained that her career going well meant that it did not make sense for her to be sad. She also said that most people do not like to talk about depression and getting help, as it is seen to be a sign of weakness, and like, we’re finding excuses for things.
In her closing on her Facebook and Instagram post, Oon said she will call upon the courage and strength of both the Tiger and Lion as she takes on the challenges and faces whatever is in store for 2022.
“Ok. I call on the courage and strength these two big cats have. Courage to be, strength to breathe. Courage to dream, strength to follow through…
and maaaybe, at the end of the year, I might allow myself that Tiger pride, to feel proud of whatever I’ve done, no matter how big or small.
Look at me talking about the end of the year when we’ve barely even started!! Haha
Alright, 2022, one step at a time. Here we go.”