Doctors were reported to have harvested nine eggs from her five years ago, but only seven out of them were healthy enough to be stored. A source alleged that she is likely to only have a 20 per cent chance of getting pregnant, and out of the seven eggs, only one or two are likely to be successfully fertilised. Those familiar with the practice shared that he will have to abstain from sex for three to five days before undergoing the procedure. At 44 years old, the biological clock is ticking for Chi-ling, who has made no indication that she will be putting her career on the back burner.
Taiwan rises to No.1 in Asia for masturbation | Taiwan News
Images: AsiaOne screengrabs. Hong Kong celebrity Edison Chen is not known for being polite, but his latest rant on Wednesday July 27 was shocking enough to set tongues wagging. The Chinese entertainment industry is abuzz once more after Chen went on a tirade against Taiwanese model Lin Chi-ling via his Weibo account. He also insinuated that Lin did not become a celebrity based on talent, calling her a "trick" instead.
In its " Self-Pleasure Global Report ," 80 percent of Taiwanese surveyed reported having manually stimulated themselves, surpassing South Korea 76 percent , Japan 76 percent , and China 73 percent. The country with the highest percentage of respondents reporting experience with self-stimulation in the world was Spain at 93 percent. Taiwanese also lead the pack in Asia in terms of frequency of self-pleasuring sessions with an average of 51 percent engaging in the act at least once a week. Japan came in second at 48 percent, followed by China 45 percent , and South Korea 43 percent , while the UK leads the world at 61 percent.
Next Magazine sparked a guessing game in Taiwan on Wednesday, releasing the initials of entertainers, including four A-list celebrities, it said are in an international prostitution ring that is under investigation. And supermodel Chiling Lin, 40, whose name has been dragged into the scandal, threatened to sue the weekly, said Apple Daily. Taiwan and the United States are jointly investigating a ring run by a woman, Tai Chun-yi, who allegedly procured starlets as travel companions for businessmen, said Taipei Times.