Egg freezing was best investment as it gave her more time to find Mr Right: Actress Ase Wang

Actress Ase Wang, her husband Jonathan Lor and her baby, Kaya. PHOTO: ASE WANG
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SINGAPORE - Actress Ase Wang, 40, cried for joy and poured herself a drink to celebrate when she heard the news on Monday night (March 28) that women would be allowed to freeze their eggs for non-medical reasons.

The procedure, known as elective egg freezing, helps women preserve their fertility and will be allowed here from next year.

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