SINGAPORE - She rose to fame after videos of her whipping up elaborate meals in the office using everyday objects went viral on the Internet.
The "office chef", who wants to be known only as Ms Yeah, 23, will be in Singapore at the end of the month for the Content Summit Asia 2017.
She will be giving the keynote address at Novotel Clarke Quay Singapore on Oct 30 at 10am, titled From Zero To Hero - How We Orchestrated The Office Chef Internet Sensation.
She will also be on the panel for the discussion How Videos Are Powering The Digital Media Space Now at 11.40am.
Organised by GRVTY Media, it is a gathering of online content creators who will discuss the future of the online media landscape in the region, according to the event's website.
Tickets are available online at $300 each. They include full-day access to the conference, coffee break and lunch. Tickets will also be sold at the door on the event day, at $350.
Ms Yeah first uploaded her videos onto Weibo, China's microblogging service, in January this year.
The videos of her cooking food such as Chinese hotpot, pancakes and flame-grilled fish, quickly went viral with millions of views.
In February, she started uploading her videos on YouTube, which is banned in China.
She became a YouTube sensation, with over half a million subscribers. She also has more than three million followers on Facebook.