To Love may refer to:
MI or variants may refer to:
Chungking Express is a 1994 Hong Kong romantic crime comedy-drama film written and directed by Wong Kar-wai. The film consists of two stories told in sequence, each about a lovesick Hong Kong policeman mulling over his relationship with a woman. The first story stars Takeshi Kaneshiro as a cop obsessed with his breakup with a woman named May, and his encounter with a mysterious drug smuggler. The second stars Tony Leung as a police officer roused from his gloom over the loss of his flight attendant girlfriend by the attentions of a quirky snack bar worker.
Faye Wong is a Hong Kong singer-songwriter and actress, often referred to as the "Diva of Asia". Early in her career she briefly used the stage name Shirley Wong. Born in Beijing, she moved to British Hong Kong in 1987 and came to public attention in the early 1990s by singing in Cantonese, often combining alternative music with mainstream Chinese pop. Since 1994, she has recorded mostly in her native Mandarin. In 2000, she was recognised by Guinness World Records as the Best Selling Canto-Pop Female. Following her second marriage in 2005, she withdrew from the limelight, but returned to the stage in 2010.
Nicholas Tse Ting-fung is a Hong Kong actor, martial artist, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and chef. As multi talented celebrity, he became a TV chef and food critic in 2014. Tse initially entered the entertainment industry in 1996 as a singer. He learned martial arts from Philip Ng, Andy On and Sammo Hung, stunts from Jackie Chan, and martial arts for the screen and television from Chung Chi Li. Tse made his film debut in 1998 with the crime film Young and Dangerous: The Prequel, for which he received the Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer for his performance. In 2003, Tse founded Post Production Office Limited, a special effects company in Hong Kong which provides services for movies, video games, and advertisements. The company grossed over one billion Hong Kong dollars, and has since been sold.
Always may refer to:
Fable is a 2000 Mandarin album by Beijing-based C-pop singer Faye Wong.
Sapmaan go Waisammo? or One Hundred Thousand Whys? is a 1993 Cantonese album recorded by Chinese Cantopop singer Faye Wong as 王靖雯 Wong Ching Man, when she was based in Hong Kong. It is named after a popular Chinese science book, One Hundred Thousand Whys by Ye Yonglie.
Mystery is the translated title of a 1994 Mandarin album 迷 recorded by Chinese singer Faye Wong as 'Wong Ching Man' when she was based in Hong Kong.
Sing and Play is a 1998 Mandarin album by Beijing-based singer Faye Wong. It includes 10 tracks in Mandarin, with a bonus disc of 3 Cantonese tracks. It was released on 21 October 1998 in Japan.
Lovers & Strangers, also translated as Only Love Strangers is a 1999 album by Beijing-based C-pop singer Faye Wong. It contains 10 tracks in Mandarin with bonus Cantonese versions of two of the songs. The title is from a line of the refrain in track 4.
"Eyes on Me" is a pop ballad performed by Chinese singer Faye Wong as a love theme for the video game Final Fantasy VIII. The music was composed by Nobuo Uematsu with English lyrics by Kako Someya.
Nishino is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Love Is Blind may refer to:
Kana Nishino is a Japanese singer and songwriter signed with SME Records' Newcome Inc. She debuted on February 20, 2008, with the single "I". CNN said that she was the favorite singer of teenage girls in Shibuya, Tokyo, signalling Sony's jump on the bandwagon effect started by Avex. She has sold 6 million copies in Japan.
The RIAJ Digital Track chart was a record chart that ranks the best selling digital singles in Japan, with data provided by the Recording Industry Association of Japan from April 2009. The chart measures cellphone downloads. On July 27, 2012, the service that tracked the charts was shut down.
Tribute: Maison de M-Flo is a tribute album to M-Flo released by Rhythm Zone on September 16, 2009. The songs are newly remixed or have a new arrangement and each song is covered by a different artist.
To Love is Japanese R&B singer-lyricist Kana Nishino's second studio album. It was released on June 23, 2010 by SME Records. The album spawned four Oricon Top 10 singles, "Motto...", "Dear.../Maybe", "Best Friend" and "Aitakute Aitakute".
The 2011 MTV Video Music Aid Japan were held in Chiba on June 25, 2011 at the Makuhari Messe. The VMAJ were the culmination of MTV Japan's Music of Hope campaign, the channel's multiplatform response to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. The 2011 awards were marked the ten-year anniversary of the MTV Video Music Awards Japan.
Love Place is the fourth album by Japanese singer and songwriter Kana Nishino. It was released on September 5, 2012. It won Best Album at the 54th Japan Record Awards. It debuted and peaked at number two on the Oricon Albums Chart.
Thank You, Love is the third album by Japanese singer and songwriter Kana Nishino. It was released on June 22, 2011. It debuted and peaked at number one on the Oricon Albums Chart. It sold 178,006 copies the first week and remained classified 67 weeks for a total of 376,102 copies sold. It contains four of her singles and eight new tracks. It comes out in CD and CD + DVD format, and on the DVD there are four clips from her singles.