Homemade actress Felicia Chin has announced that she will soon be leaving Mediacorp.

In a social media post on Thursday (June 23rd), she wrote: “”

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The 37-year-old actress said she had discussed the move for some time.

“This is definitely not goodbye, it’s a new beginning,” she wrote.

“I still want to undertake meaningful projects and contribute to the media scene if I have the right opportunity.

A celebrity agency, Mediacorp’s arts management department, confirmed her departure in a statement, stating that the last day with them would be June 30th.

“We have been working closely together for years. We are grateful for her passion and professionalism,” he said. “We miss her very much and wish her all her success.”

Chin, who won the 10th most popular female artist award at the Star Awards in April, told the Chinese evening daily Sim Min Daily News that it took about four months to make the decision.

The actress, whose last project with Mediacorp is the next drama “When Duty Calls 2,” added that the station offered her a fascinating salary increase when discussing her contract renewal.

The offer she admitted was fascinating.

“I hesitated because I was a human being, but I decided to stick to my original intentions and seek a new direction in my life.”

Chin, who recently appeared on television shows such as Leave No Soul Behind (2021-2022) and A Jungle Survivor (2020), was the female champion of the 2003 Star Search Talent Contest.

She switched to part-time acting in 2010 to study business administration at the National University of Singapore and returned to full-time acting in 2013.

According to Shin Min-a, her decision to leave Mediacorp was fully endorsed by her boyfriend, actor Jeffrey Shoe.

When asked if he would get married this year, Chin laughed and said, “There is nothing impossible.”

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