In an intriguing interview with Chinese content creator 陈溥江 (Chen Pujiang), a 22-year-old student from the National University of Singapore revealed the details of her opulent lifestyle.
Residing in a 2,000 sq ft condominium flat near the school, she pays a staggering monthly rental of S$8,500. Despite the luxurious accommodation, she shared insights into her surprisingly minimalist lifestyle during the interview.
The Exclusive Home on the 14th Floor
Situated near Dover MRT station, the woman’s residence is believed to be at The Trizon condominium. While she didn’t divulge much about herself, the interview offered a glimpse into her lavish surroundings, showcasing the opulence of her living quarters.
Occupying the 14th floor, her flat boasts a master bedroom, another common bedroom, two toilets, a huge living room, a balcony and a spacious kitchen. It’s noteworthy that a unit of comparable size in the condominium usually features at least three bedrooms, emphasizing the spaciousness of her living area.
Her space also sports a leather couch, a piano which she bought because she loves playing it, and even a drum set.
The master bedroom offers a panoramic view of the neighborhood through two large ceiling-to-floor windows. It is equipped with a LOEWE television set, two giant wardrobes, and a private bathroom featuring a built-in bathtub.
A Luxury Lifestyle with a Purpose
While the woman appears to lead a life of luxury, she emphasized that her monthly rental is her most significant expense. With additional living costs totaling around RMB20,000 (S$3,747.68), she justifies her extravagant lifestyle by minimizing spending on food and transportation.
In a surprising twist, the woman, adorned with a Richard Mille watch and a “Burberry” T-shirt, expressed a shift in her perception of luxury goods.
She conveyed that her identity is not defined by material possessions and prefers investing in personal growth over conspicuous consumption.
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Source: 陈溥江 on XiaoHongShu