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|Born||14 February 1985|
|Labels||Gold Label Records|
Miki Yeung (born 14 February 1985) is a Hong Kong cantopop singer and actress. In 2002, she joined the cantopop music idol group Cookies. In 2005, her film b420 was awarded the Grand Prix Award: The 19th Fukuoka Asian Film Festival. Currently she is the TV hostess of the programme Love Academy for the J2 channel. In 2012, she signed an artiste contract with TVB.
|Album #||Album Information|
|1st|| Happy Birthday |
|2nd|| Merry Christmas |
|Album #||Album Information|
|3rd|| All The Best |
|4th|| 4 Play |
|5th|| 4 in Love |
|6th||903 California Red: Eleven Fires Concert(11團火音樂會) |
|2002||Nine Girls and A Ghost |
|2003|| Feel 100% 2003 |
|2004|| Dumplings |
| Split Second (TV series) |
|Fung Mei Yun|
|2005||Dragon Reloaded |
龍咁威II 之 皇母娘娘呢?
|2006|| McDull, The Alumni |
|Undercover Hidden Dragon |
|Dating a Vampire |
| Love @ First Note |
| Fatal Contact |
|2007|| Love Is Not All Around |
| It's a Wonderful Life |
|2008|| L for Love L for Lies |
| Forgive and Forget |
|2011||Lan Kwai Fong||Ah Milk|
|2015||Zai Jian Wo Men De Shi Nian|
Cantopop or HK-pop is a genre of popular music written in standard modern Chinese but sung in Cantonese. Cantopop is also used to refer to the cultural context of its production and consumption. The genre began in the 1970s and became associated with Hong Kong popular music from the middle of the decade. Cantopop then reached its height of popularity in the 1980s and 1990s before slowly declining in the 2000s and slight revival in the 2010s. The term "Cantopop" itself was coined in 1978 after "Cantorock", a term first used in 1974. Cantopop reached its highest glory with a fanbase and concert reaching Mainland China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan especially with the influx of songs from Hong Kong movies.
Infernal Affairs III is a 2003 Hong Kong crime thriller film directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak. It is the third and final installment in the Infernal Affairs film series, and is both a sequel and a semi-prequel to the original film, as it intercuts events before and after the events in the first film. Andy Lau, Tony Leung, Kelly Chen, Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, and Chapman To reprise their roles again, joined by new cast members Leon Lai and Chen Daoming.
Miriam Yeung is a Hong Kong actress and singer. Before entering the entertainment business, she was a registered nurse at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Hong Kong. She studied at the Holy Family Canossian College Kowloon. She began her career as a singer and actress after coming third in the TVB 14th annual New Talent Singing Awards competition in 1995. In 2012, Yeung won the Best Actress Award at the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards for Love in the Buff. In 2005, she was elected one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Hong Kong.
A cookie is a baked or cooked good that is small, flat and sweet
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Cookies were a music group in Hong Kong created by Chan Chi Kwong under giant record label EMI Hong Kong and later managed by Paco Wong of then Gold Label Entertainment. The group was formed with nine members in 2002 and was considered an emulation of the Japanese group Morning Musume. However, in 2003, the management contract of Cookies was passed over to Gold Label Entertainment. Once Paco Wong took over the management of Cookies, he made the decision to reduce the number of group members to four. The successfully remaining members were announced on 27 April 2003, and the four members consisted of Stephy Tang, Kary Ng, Theresa Fu, and Miki Yeung ; on the same day, the debut song of Mini Cookies, 「貪你可愛」, was released. Their albums, however, continued to be released under the Cookies name.
Alicia Michelle "Miki" Howard is an American singer and actress who had a string of Top 10 hit songs in the mid–1980s and early–1990s, including "Baby, Be Mine"(1987), "Come Share My Love" (1986) and "Love Under New Management" (1990). "Ain't Nobody Like You" (1992) and "Ain't Nuthin' in the World" (1989) both peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard Top R&B Singles chart.
Charlie Yeung Choi-Nei, sometimes spelled Charlie Young, is a [[Hong Kong actress, singer and film director. She was first noticed after appearing in a jewellery commercial with Aaron Kwok. Since then she has participated in the music videos of artists such as Hacken Lee, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Jacky Cheung and made a number of films, most famously with Tsui Hark and Wong Kar-wai.
Angela Au Man-sze is a Hong Kong singer and radio DJ/Web J. A former a member of the cantopop group, Cookies, she had previously been a student and part-time model.
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Dry is a Cantopop music duo that formed between 1997 and 1998 with Mark Lui and Stephen Fung as bandmates. The group was formed when Mark decided to create a band with himself and another person. After meeting Stephen through friends introductions, they agreed to start a music duo with Universal Music. A year after they formed, they decided to part ways to pursue different career paths. Mark continued as songwriter to many cantopop artists such as Leon Lai and Miriam Yeung. While Stephen started his career in acting and later shift toward to directing and producing Hong Kong films such as Enter the Phoenix.
B420 is a 2005 Hong Kong film directed by Mathew Tang. The film is set in Macau.
Louis Cheung is a Hong Kong Cantopop recording-artist, songwriter, and actor. He is an alumnus of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in acting. His first play was in 1997, and he has performed in a total of more than 20 stage plays, including the classic "A Streetcar Named Desire", as the main character, Stanley Kowalnski.
Love Under the Sun is a 2003 Hong Kong musical short film directed by Andy Lau. It depicts an evening ball in which a rumor spreads among the guests that one among them has contracted AIDS. The film was meant to raise awareness about AIDS and dispel common misconceptions regarding its contagiousness. It features an all-star cast of Lau and various other Hong Kong cinema actors and Cantopop singers. The music is mostly arranged from Classical works such as Für Elise and Carmen with added or changed lyrics.
Home is Cantopop artist Miriam Yeung's seventh EP album. It was released by Capital Artists on 7 October 2010.
Infernal Affairs is a series of three crime-thriller films directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak, starring Andy Lau and Tony Leung. It tells the story of a police officer who infiltrates the triads, and a police officer secretly working for the same gang. The Chinese title means "the non-stop way", a reference to Avici, the lowest level of hell in Buddhism. The English title is a word play combining the law enforcement term "internal affairs" with the adjective 'infernal'.
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