Two millionaires take out ads looking for Singapore husbands
TWO female millionaires - one from Thailand and the other from China - have advertised in Singapore's Lianhe Wanbao looking for Singaporean husbands, reported Sin Chew Daily.
Rao Gui Zhen, 46, from Thailand said she hoped to find a husband who was trustworthy and able to work hard with her in her wholesale business.
The daily said Rao, a divorcee who earned more than RM100,000 (S$43,510) a month, had a 23-year-old son but that he was not interested in taking over her business.
Businesswoman Wang Xu, 46, from Dalian said that although she had many admirers at home, she did not think they were suitable for her.
"I have been to Singapore twice and I really hope to find a partner here as Singaporean men can speak Mandarin," she said, adding that her fashion business could earn up to RM500,000 a year during good times.
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