Singapore's Mandopop superstar Stefanie Sun is looking forward to a much-needed break after the end of the long, multi-country tour to promote her last album, Kepler.
"I am really looking forward to it, because coming up in the next week is my very last Kepler concert, and it's been running for one and a half years. It's been 26 shows...it has been a very, very good run," she said at a press conference following her performance at the Sing, Love concert at The Coliseum on July 3.
"I'm both sad and happy, because I feel like I just need to stop for a while and go do other things."
The 36-year-old plans to use the break from touring to spend more time on her family, on herself and also to look for "new things to do".
The mother of a two-year-old toddler says that she has no plans to have more children, though.
"As a mum, you don't have time to think about yourself. You need to think about his well-being, education, his meals. All your energy is focused on him. It's quite tiring. I really hope to have a longer period of time to spend with him. That is a very real struggle for me - balancing the time to do what you like, versus spending time to do what you need to do."