Her Lunar Cove house would not have been possible otherwise.
The email arrived in the inbox of Singaporeans from all walks of life at about 11 p.m. last night.
In it, Chang’e addressed her stakeholders on Earth, reminding them about the good deeds they are doing on her behalf: “Every time you devour a snow skin or traditional mooncake, just remember you are doing a good deed as you are financing my Lunar Cove home here on the moon.”
She also wrote: “This is what you are meant to do. Give money and you shall receive — you’d get mooncakes in return.”
She continued: “I would love to crossover to Earth to say ‘Hi’ to you all again. But this round tripping going back and forth space travel might cost me $700,000 in air fares, which is too expensive.”