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|Born||22 December 1957|
|Years active||from 1970s|
|Spouse(s)||Edward Yang (1985–1995)|
|Awards|| Golden Melody Awards – Best Female Mandarin Artist|
|Genres|| C-pop |
|Labels||UFO Records label, Warner Music (1984–1996), Universal Music Group (from 2007)|
Tsai Chin (Chinese :蔡琴; pinyin :Cài Qín; Wade–Giles :Ts'ai4 Ch'in2; Pe̍h-ōe-jī :Chhoà Khîm) is a pop and folk singer from Taiwan. Tsai sings in both Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese Hokkien and is known for her rich, magnetic vocals and witty persona. Because of this, she is also known as the "Patti Page of Taiwan".
Tsai's hits include "Forgotten Times" (《被遺忘的時光》), "Just Like Your Tenderness" (《恰似你的温柔》), "The Last Night" (《最後一夜》), "Reading You" (《讀你》) and "The Spirit of Your Eyes" (《你的眼神》). The peak of her popularity in Taiwan was from the late 1970s to the mid-1990s but she remains popular in Mainland China.
Tsai's albums Tsai Chin Live 2007 and Golden Voice were recognized with a "Top-10-Selling Mandarin Albums of the Year" award each at the 2007 IFPI Hong Kong Album Sales Awards, presented by the Hong Kong branch of IFPI.
From 1985 to 1995, Tsai was married to Taiwanese director Edward Yang. Tsai was featured alongside Hou Hsiao-hsien in Yang's 1985 film Taipei Story.
|May 1981||《秋瑾》||HAI SHAN|
|Sept 1981||《你的眼神》||HAI SHAN|
|Sept 1982||《再愛我一次》||HAI SHAN|
|Nov 1982||《藍色的夢》||HAI SHAN|
|March 1983||《不了情》||HAI SHAN|
|May 1983||《昨夜之燈》||HAI SHAN|
|Nov 1983||《世界名曲專輯》||HAI SHAN|
|July 1985||《癡癡的等》(TO WAIT DEVOTEDLY)||UFO GROUP|
|1986||《蔡琴個人演唱會精選》||14–16 Oct 1983 HK AC Hall Concert|
|March 1986||《傷心小站》(HEARTBREAK STATION)|
|Dec 1986||《飛向未來》||UFO GROUP|
|Sept 1987||《第一種聲音》||UFO GROUP|
|Nov 1987||《時間的河》||UFO GROUP|
|Dec 1987||《美就是心中有愛》||UFO GROUP||中華民國小姐選拔特別專輯|
|1988||《人生就是戲》(LIFE IS A SHOW)||UFO GROUP|
|June 1988||《火舞》(DANCE OF FIRE)||UFO GROUP|
|Oct 1989||《談心》(ABOUT HEARTS)||UFO GROUP|
|Dec 1990||《回到未來》~國語懷念老歌||UFO GROUP|
|Dec 1990||《回到未來》~台語懷念老歌||UFO GROUP|
|Dec 1991||《太陽出來了》||UFO GROUP|
|Sept 1993||《一曲成名-輝煌時代》||UFO GROUP|
|Jan 1994||《新感情舊回憶》||DIEN JIANG|
|July 1995||《Late Night Show》||DIEN JIANG|
|Jan 1996||《民歌蔡琴》||DIEN JIANG|
|June 1996||《飄浪之女》台語專輯||DIEN JIANG|
|July 1997||《傻话 心太急》《Rush》||DIEN JIANG|
|Feb 1998||《答案》||Rock Records||與萬芳合唱單曲|
|Feb 1999||《音樂大世紀-歌癮十五年》||UFO GROUP||UFO ARTISTS|
|March 2000||《機遇》||GODOT THEATRE||【淡水小鎮】原聲帶|
|June 2000||《To Encounter》||ZRUDEN|
|Sept 2000||《花天走地》||Universal Music|
|Feb 2001||金片子【壹】- 天涯歌女||ZRUDEN|
|Feb 2001||金片子【貳】- 魂縈舊夢||ZRUDEN|
|Sept 2003||《情盡夜上海回憶錄》||GODOT THEATRE||【情盡夜上海】雋永老歌歌舞劇|
|Feb 2004||《Best of The Best》||WARNER|
|July 2004||《Under The Moon Light 2004》||廣州天藝|
|August 2013||全新飛翔||Sony Music|
|Oct 2014||Reunion(OT:Ça va pas changer le monde)||Sony Music|
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