Taiwanese singer Elva Hsiao celebrates birthday with family; no photos with boyfriend

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Turning 42 on 24 Aug, Taiwanese singer Elva Hsiao uploaded a few photos on Instagram and was seen celebrating with her siblings without any trace of her boyfriend, actor Justin Huang.

Pictured being kissed by another man, the Instagram post amassed over 14,500 likes within a day. Turns out, it was actually her younger brother, Hsiao Shengyan who gave her a birthday kiss as Hsiao's post was incidentally captioned: “Love between elder sister and younger brother".

In a separate post, Hsiao was pictured with her sister-in-law spotting identical kissy faces and she captioned the photo with “Sisters’ love” in Mandarin. Keen-eyed netizens also spotted the singer donning a Balenciaga shirt and a S$97,000 Rolex watch in those photos.

In the family photo, the 42-year-old was seen with her brother and sister-in-law, along with their children but without her boyfriend, actor Justin Huang. Netizens speculated that the singer had indeed broken up with Huang since her cryptic Instagram video stated she “is done.”

Seen covering her facial injury with her hand in the family photo, the kisses Hsiao received from her family were also on the side of the facial scar, with a skin-coloured bandage obvious.

Bitten by her adopted dog in February, the singer was reported to suffer from skin necrosis and had spent more than a month in the hospital. While she needed to undergo surgical procedures, these were put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Taiwan.

Celebrity friends such as Freya Lim, Jae Chong, and Patty Hou had also left birthday well-wishes for the singer.

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