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ANN/THE STAR – Wu Chun, a former Fahrenheit member, recently showed fans a peek inside his luxurious abode in Brunei Darussalam.

In a recent Instagram update, Wu Chun, 43, announced that his residence had been showcased in the latest edition of Architectural Digest, a prestigious magazine renowned for highlighting the most exquisite homes and their inhabitants worldwide.

The prominent personality also posted a video where he personally guides viewers through his cherished home, which he and his family have moved into for the past two years.

In the video clip, Wu Chun first introduced viewers to the “heart” of his residence – a large swimming pool featuring a pearl white mosaic slide and the phrase “Life is beautiful” emblasoned on the pool floor.

“When I was designing this house, I hoped that my home could be a vacation house. So I placed the pool in the centre to make it visible from more angles within the house,” he said.

Continuing the tour, Wu Chun then showed off a Juliet balcony adorned with cascading vines that extend from his daughter Nei Nei’s room.

A screengrab image from a video shows Wu Chun showing his All Star Gallery at his home. PHOTO: WU CHUN/INSTAGRAM

According to the singer, the design draws inspiration from Shakepeare’s Romeo And Juliet.

In the video, Wu Chun expressed his passion for architectural design and talked about the various creative elements he seamlessly integrated into his home.

For instance, an art piece displayed in the foyer features two golden thumbprints – one belonging to him and the other to his wife – shaped into a heart.

Moving further into the home, Wu Chun showed off the living room – tastefully furnished with a white piano at the centre – and the dining area overlooking the swimming pool.

The Only Have Feelings For You singer also gave a glimpse of his “All Star Gallery”, which primarily houses collectibles of basketball legend Michael Jordan such as jerseys, championship rings, signed photos and shoes.

The gallery also features collectibles of Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao and magazines with Wu Chun on the cover.

“This is a space for me to be inspired. I never thought I would make movies and give concerts. These people I look up to taught me to face failure without fear and be brave to take challenges,” he said.

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