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Wawa (singer) Taiwanese singer-songwriter

Jin Zhi-Juan is a Taiwanese singer-songwriter, formerly known by the stage-name Wawa. She achieved first success as the singer with the 4-man pop band Qiuqiu Chorus (zh:丘丘合唱團). After leaving the band to go solo the peak of her popularity was her period with Rock Records (1990-1995) including albums such as Heavy Rain 《大雨》, and Four Seasons with songwriter Lo Ta-yu, which were also issued under license in the PRC.

Warren Snipe, who uses the stage name WAWA, is a deaf writer, rapper and performer. He was featured in the R&B artist Maxwell's "Fingers Crossed" lyric video and completed an album called "Deaf: So What.”

Wawa is a performer and composer of salegy, a genre of music from the northern coastal region of Madagascar. He is among the most popular contemporary salegy artists and has recorded songs in collaboration with numerous other Malagasy artists. In 2011 he released an album of traditional salegy, featuring kabosy, marovany and traditional percussion accompaniment. Wawa enjoys strong popularity among Malagasy audiences both domestically and within the diaspora, and regularly tours at home and abroad. In 2010 the band completed extensive tours to sold out audiences in France and Madagascar. A music reviewer for Midi Madagasikara described Wawa in 2013 as the "perfect entertainer, who never ceases to perform at the highest levels."

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Canada

Wawa, Ontario Municipality in Ontario, Canada

Wawa is a township in the Canadian province of Ontario, located within the Algoma District and associated with Wawa Lake. Formerly known as the township of Michipicoten, after a nearby river of that name, the township was officially renamed in 2007 for its largest and best-known community of Wawa.

Wawa Lake lake in Ontario, Canada

Wawa Lake is a lake located in northeastern Ontario, Canada in the Algoma District, near the town of Wawa.

Philippines

Orani, Bataan Municipality of the Philippines in the province of Bataan

Orani, officially the Municipality of Orani,, is a 1st class municipality in the province of Bataan, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 66,909 people.

Wawa River (Agusan del Sur)

Wawa River is a tributary of the larger Agusan River in northeastern Mindanao, Caraga, Philippines. It traverses the municipalities of Sibagat, Bayugan, Esperanza and the municipality of Las Nieves, Agusan del Norte.

Marikina River river in the Philippines

Marikina River is a river in eastern Metro Manila, Philippines. It is a tributary of Pasig River with headwaters located in the Sierra Madre Mountains in Rodriguez, Rizal province.

United States

Wawa, Pennsylvania Unincorporated community in Pennsylvania, United States

Wawa is an unincorporated community located in Delaware County, in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania in Greater Philadelphia, partially in Middletown Township and partially in Chester Heights Borough.

Elsewhere

The Wawa River is a river located in the North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region of Nicaragua that drains to the Caribbean Sea. It flows southeast through northeast Nicaragua to the Mosquito Coast region. The river joins Laguna de Karata, south of Puerto Cabezas, before exiting to the Caribbean Sea.

Wawa, Sudan Place in Sudan

Wawa is a town in northern Sudan near the Nile River, located at 20°26′N 30°21′E.

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