|Awards|| Silver Bear for Best Director |
2001 Betelnut Beauty
Lin Cheng-sheng (Chinese :林正盛; pinyin :Lin Zheng Sheng; born 31 March 1959) is a Taiwanese film director. His 1997 film Sweet Degeneration was entered into the 48th Berlin International Film Festival. He won the Silver Bear for Best Director for Betelnut Beauty in 2001.
L.A. Boyz was a Taiwanese pop/rap group composed of brothers Jeff Huang and Stanley Huang, and their cousin Steven Lin (林智文) formed circa 1991. They are considered to be the first rap group in Taiwanese popular music. They released 13 albums starting from their first "SHIAM! 閃" in 1992.
Maggie Shiu is a prominent Hong Kong actress.
Tat Ming Pair (達明一派) are an experimental Cantopop duo formed in Hong Kong in 1985 by composer Tats Lau (劉以達) and vocalist Anthony Wong Yiu-ming (黃耀明). Their blend of Cantopop, synthpop, new wave and electronic dance music with lyrics which reflected contemporary social, political, and literary themes, made them one of the first alternative and most influential bands of the 1980s Hong Kong music scene. The band enjoyed critical and commercial success until a hiatus in 1990. After their breakup, Wong proceeded as a solo artist while Lau went into acting although the duo have reunited several times over the years.
George Lam Tse Cheung, also known professionally by his surname Lam, is a Hong Kong-based veteran Cantopop singer, singer-songwriter, music producer and actor. He has remained popular for more than four decades. Lam produces most of his own albums, writes many of his own songs, occasionally writes for other artists, and covers other people's songs. He is the mastermind of his concerts and many of his LP/CD cover designs. Being very innovative, he came up with the very first Cantopop rap, "Ah Lam's Diary", with lyrics written by himself. In addition, he pioneered the stringing together of many hit Cantopop songs to create a 10-minute long medley called "10 Minutes 12 Inches". In 2019, Lam intricately interwoven his songs together to put on a musical-like concert, Lamusical.
Steve Chou is a Taiwanese composer and singer. He is the youngest of three children, including an older sister and older brother. Their parents abandoned them at an early age, and they were forced to make a living instead of going to school.
Jeff Chang is a Taiwanese singer and actor, who performs sentimental Mandarin pop ballads.
My Love is the second studio album by Hong Kong English pop/Cantopop singer Janice Vidal, released under the record label Amusic in November 2005. It contains songs in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English.
This is the discography of the Taiwan-based American R&B singer Wang Leehom. Wang has released sixteen Mandarin albums, two Japanese albums, three compilation albums, and fifteen Mandarin, Japanese, and Cantonese singles. He has contributed to over 10 movie soundtracks and collaborated on several other studio albums, including but not limited to the Asian editions of Tony Bennett's Duets: An American Classic and Kenny G's At Last... The Duets Album. In addition to his own music, Leehom has composed, produced, and had lyrical credits for numerous other musical artists.
This is the discography of Cantopop artist Sally Yeh.
Toy and Help Yourself are two 1997 Cantonese EPs recorded by Chinese Cantopop singer Faye Wong when she was based in Hong Kong.
The first season of One Million Star, a Taiwanese televised singing competition, began on January 5, 2007.
Ceremonies of the 19th Golden Melody Awards were held in Taipei, Taiwan in 2008. Nominees were announced on May 22, 2008, and the award winners in 12 traditional music categories and 23 popular music categories were selected by a panel of 33 judges after four rounds of jury meetings. Initially, there were 10,632 submissions from 185 companies in the music industry, making it the largest submission pool in the Awards' history.
Lin Wanfang, professionally known as Wanfang, is a Taiwanese singer, actress and radio DJ. She is renowned for her sonorous, gentle soft voice and probably best known for being the original theme singer of the film C'est la vie, mon chéri (新不了情).
Chan Fai-young is a Hong Kong Cantopop composer. Chan was born in Macau in 1970. He attended Berklee College of Music, an American college in Boston, Massachusetts.
This is the discography of Taiwanese Mandopop artist Show Lo. From 1996 to 1998, he was part of a quartet boy band Four Heavenly Kings (四大天王), releasing five albums. Then in 1998, after two members left, he formed a duo Romeo (羅密歐), with Ou Han Sheng (歐漢聲); the other member of Four Heavenly Kings, released two albums and was active till 2000. In 2003, he debuted as a solo artist with the release of Show Time. He has since released eleven Mandarin studio, one Japanese studio, three compilation, one remix and three concert DVD albums.
Miriam Greatest Hits is Cantopop artist Miriam Yeung's seventh Compilation album. It was released by Go East on 4 December 2009.
Betelnut Beauty is a 2001 Taiwanese film directed by Lin Cheng-sheng.
Bitter Sweet is a 2015 Taiwanese romance television series produced by Sanlih E-Television, starring Ma Zhi Qin, Johnny Kou, Sunny Tu, Esther Liu, Tracy Chou, Steven Sun, Esther Yang, Xiu Jie Kai, Michael Zhang and Ahn Zhe as the main cast. Filming began on July 8, 2015 and wrapped up in October 30, 2015. First original broadcast began July 23, 2015 on SETTV channel airing weekly from Monday till Friday at 8:00-9:00 pm.
The Masked Lover is a 2017 Taiwanese television series created and produced by Sanlih E-Television. Starring Weber Yang, Mini Tsai, Kurt Chou and Genie Chen as the main cast. Filming began on February 20, 2017 and wrapped up in July 17, 2017. First original broadcast on TTV every Sunday at 10:00 pm starting March 26, 2017, with the last episode aired on July 30, 2017.
Chia-Li Chen is a Taiwanese lyricist with ancestral roots in Hebei, China. Her notable works include: Wo De Wei Lai Bu Shi Meng, Give My Special Love to the Special You, Follow Your Feeling, Ai Jiu Yi Ge Zi, etc.