Xiaxue Net Worth 2021, Age, Family, Husband, Children, Blog

Xiaxue net worth

Read the complete write-up of Xiaxue net worth, biography, age, height, family, husband, children, assets and liabilities as well as other information you need to know.

Introduction

Xiaxue is a Singaporean blogger and online television personality who writes about her life, fashion and local issues in a provocative style. Her main blog, which attracts about 50,000 readers daily, has won prestigious blog awards and earned her sponsorship deals, as well as stints as a columnist and TV show host, but some of her posts have sparked national controversies. She is married to American engineer Mike Sayre and they have one child.

Early life

NameXiaxue
Net Worth$1.5 million
ProfessionBlogger, Brand influencer
Height1.48m
Age37 years
Xiaxue net worth

Xiaxue who real name is Cheng Yan Yan Wendy was born on April 28, 1984 (age 37 years) in Singapore. She studied at River Valley High School and graduated from Singapore Polytechnic with a diploma in mass media, then briefly worked as a project coordinator. Her father, an antique dealer, and her mother, a property agent, are divorced; she also has a younger brother. For a year, she maintained a paper diary, which her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend threw away during a Chinese New Year spring cleaning. Wanting to air her thoughts in a space that nobody could throw away.

Career/ Blogging

Xiaxue started blogging in April 2003. She underwent plastic surgery, sponsored by MediaCorp TV, to “correct her bulbous nose” in 2006.

Wendy Cheng has several blogs, including her untitled main blog (usually known as xiaxue.blogspot.com), and several private blogs. Although she writes in the English language, she selected her pseudonym Xiaxue (下雪, pronounced something like sh’ya-shweh), which means “snowing” in Mandarin Chinese, because it “had that tinge of mysterious, beautiful girl thing about it”.

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On her main blog, which attracts about 50,000 readers daily, she provides updates about her personal life, posts photographs, writes about topics such as fashion, discusses local issues such as “nasty taxi drivers”, and posts paid advertorials. She often uses profanity in her posts and her success has been attributed to her provocative writing style.

According to a survey she conducted, which attracted 6000 responses, her readers are mainly Singaporean, female, young adults interested in fashion and “looking for an alternative voice”. Awards that her main blog has won include the 2004 and 2005 Wizbang Weblog Awards Best Asian Blog and the 2005 Bloggies Best Asian Weblog. In July 2005, a hacker defaced the blog, but she managed to restore its contents. Her main blog, the first from Singapore to enter the Technorati Global Top 100 Blogs List, was selected for the National Library Board archive in 2008.

Other media

Due to the popularity of her main blog, Xiaxue has earned jobs in mainstream media, notably as a columnist for national newspapers TODAY and The New Paper, Maxim magazine and Snag magazine In addition, she has served as an editor for blog aggregator Tomorrow.sg, a Star Blogger for the STOMP portal and a presenter at the 2005 Singapore Writer’s Festival. She has struck sponsorship deals with many companies, including online eyewear store HoneyColor, childcare merchandise retailer Mothercare, T-shirt maker LocalBrand, hair salon Kimage and nail studio Voxy.

In 2006, she and DJ Rosalyn Lee co-hosted Girls Out Loud, a reality TV series on MediaCorp Channel 5, where they engage in “outrageous antics and no-holds-barred banter”. She has a fortnightly series, called Xiaxue’s Guide to Life, on the web television channel clicknetwork.tv; its highest-rated episode had more than a million views. The Health Promotion Board selected her as an ambassador for their Get Fresh campaign to discourage women from smoking and help female smokers quit.

Controversy

In October 2005, Xiaxue wrote an entry condemning a disabled man, who scolded a non-disabled man for using the toilet for the disabled, leading to an online backlash that prompted two sponsors to cancel their deals. Two months later, she suggested that foreign workers be banned from Orchard Road, as they were molesting Singaporean girls; many netizens condemned her posts as “racist rants” and signed an online petition to ban her from Orchard Road.

She was accused of impersonating another blogger and abusing her position as a Tomorrow.sg editor to remove comments critical of her in January 2006. In July 2007, she made a post about the “seven most disgusting bloggers” in Singapore, sparking flame wars that were extensively covered by local media.

In April 2008, she made a video about the iPhone, which she insists “was meant to be funny”, but was dubbed “the worst iPhone review” by American technology writer Daniel Lyons and ridiculed on other technology websites, including Gizmodo. Xiaxue also has a heated rivalry with blogger Dawn Yang, who threatened to sue her for an allegedly defamatory post in June 2008.

In February 2020, Xiaxue was accused of “fatphobia” on social media after she called morbidly obese people “disgusting” and that they “don’t live past” the age of 40. Xiaxue claimed in an Instagram story that “they gorge themselves with 30 burgers a day and when they inevitably get a clogged artery or diabetes, taxpayers have to help foot their medical bills when their health conditions are entirely caused by their irresponsible behaviour”. Xiaxue’s posts were deleted by Instagram after users reported her for harassment.

In July 2020, Xiaxue lost brand sponsorships following police reports over racist tweets, including tweets that were targeted at foreign workers, alleging “they molest people and f*** our maids and leer at girls and flood Little India” and the attempt to use the N-word in a certain context.

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Beauty brand Fresh and Swedish timepiece company Daniel Wellington has publicly confirmed that they have ended their partnerships with Xiaxue following this incident. Reality and lifestyle channel Clicknetwork, with whom Xiaxue has worked since 2011, dropped Xiaxue as a host.

Husband

Xiaxue is married to Mike Sayre, they had their wedding in 2010. However, In 2010, she married American engineer Mike Sayre, whom she met online and had dated for three years, and in March 2013, she gave birth to a boy named Dashiel.

Xiaxue net worth

What is Xiaxue net worth? Xiaxue net worth is estimated at around $1.5 million. Her main source of income is from her business. Xiaxue’s successful career has earned her some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars. She is one of the richest bloggers in Singapore.