Taiwanese female singers

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  1. Vivian Hsu

    Vivian Hsu


    Vivian Hsu (Chinese: 徐若瑄; pinyin: Xú Ruòxuān; Wade–Giles: Hsu Jo-hsüan; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Chhî Jio̍k-soan; Japanese: ビビアン・スー Bibian Sū), born March 19, 1975 in Taichung, is a Taiwanese singer, actress, and model who has gained remarkable popularity in East Asia, mainly in Taiwan and Japan.

  2. Qi Shu

    Qi Shu


    Lin Li-hui (Chinese: 林立慧; pinyin: Lín Lìhuì; born 16 April 1976), better known by her stage name Shu Qi, is a Taiwanese actress and model. She has also been credited as Hsu Chi and Shu Kei (Cantonese pronunciation of "Shu Qi").

  3. Rainie Yang

    Rainie Yang


    Rainie Yang (traditional Chinese: 楊丞琳; simplified Chinese: 杨丞琳; pinyin: Yáng Chénglín; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Iû Sêng-lîm; born 4 June 1984) is a Taiwanese singer, actress and TV host.

  4. Jolin Tsai

    Jolin Tsai


    Jolin Tsai (Chinese: 蔡依林, born September 15, 1980) is a Taiwanese singer, songwriter, dancer, actress and entrepreneur. Often referred to as the "Queen of C-Pop" and "Asia's Dancing Queen", Tsai has achieved great popularity and fame in Greater China and other regions of Asia.

  5. Ariel Lin

    Ariel Lin


    Ariel Lin (Chinese: 林依晨; pinyin: Lín Yī Chén; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lîm I-sîn, Hakka: Lim Yi Sen) was born 29 October 1982. She is a Taiwanese actress and singer, who won Best Leading Actress in a Television Series at the 43rd and 47th Golden Bell Awards. She majored in Korean and Literature at National Chengchi University, Taiwan. She also obtained her Master of Arts in Acting for Screen from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London in 2014.

  6. Ruby Lin

    Ruby Lin


    Lin Hsin-ju (Lin Xinru, born 27 January 1976), also known as Ruby Lin, is a Taiwanese actress, television producer, artistic director and pop singer. A popular actress, she has over 60 million followers on Sina Weibo.

  7. Elva Hsiao

    Elva Hsiao


    Elva Hsiao (Chinese: 蕭亞軒, born August 24, 1979) is a Taiwanese singer.

  8. A-Mei



    A-mei or A-Mei (Chinese,  Āmèi), stylized as a MEI since 2014, is the stage name of the aboriginal Taiwanese pop singer and songwriter Chang Hui-mei (,  ,). Born as Amit Kulilay (transcribed as  ,  ) in the rugged mountains of eastern Taiwan, A-mei is the seventh-oldest in a family of nine children. She made her debut in the world of music in 1996, achieving rapid commercial success. She has been called a diva of the Mandarin pop music scene and the "Pride of Taiwan". She has won numerous music awards and is popular within the Mandarin-speaking world.

  9. Angela Shao-Han Chang

    Angela Shao-Han Chang


    Angela Chang (traditional Chinese: ; simplified Chinese: ; pinyin: Zhāng Shàohán; born January 19, 1982) is a Taiwanese singer and actress. Her popularity rose as she became the main lead of Taiwan hit TV Drama My MVP Valentine with Taiwanese boyband 5566, followed by a role as the main lead of another Taiwan hit TV Drama At Dolphin Bay alongside Wallace Huo, in which she also sang the closing soundtrack. She has been nominated twice for Best Leading Actress in a Television Series at the Golden Bell Awards in Taiwan.

  10. Cyndi Wang

    Cyndi Wang


    Cyndi Wang (born Wang Junru on 5 September 1982) is a Taiwanese singer and actress of Hakka descent.

  11. Teresa Teng

    Teresa Teng


    Teresa Teng (January 29, 1953 – May 8, 1995) was a Taiwanese pop singer.

  12. Sally Yeh

    Sally Yeh


    Sally Yeh (born September 30, 1961), sometimes credited as Sally Yip or Yip Sin-Man, is a Cantopop singer and actress.

  13. Ella Chen

    Ella Chen


    Chen Chia-Hwa (simplified Chinese: 陈嘉桦; traditional Chinese: 陳嘉樺; pinyin: Chén Jiāhuà), mononymouly credited as Ella, (6/18/1981- ), is a Taiwanese singer, actress, and TV host. She is the oldest member of Taiwanese girl group S.H.E. Her name 'Ella', which means courage, was given after the personality test given by HIM Management Co. Her English name before entering the industry was Water.

  14. Sylvia Chang

    Sylvia Chang


    Sylvia Chang (born Ai-chia Sylvia Chang 21 July 1953 in Chiayi, Taiwan) is a Taiwanese actress, writer, singer, producer and director. In 1992, she was a member of the jury at the 42nd Berlin International Film Festival.

  15. Estrella Lin

    Estrella Lin


    Estrella Lin (林韋伶, born 1980) is a pop music singer from Taiwan, formerly a member of the girl group 3EP Beauties, and the author of a Chinese-language book detailing alleged abuses in South Korea's pop music industry.

  16. Rene Liu

    Rene Liu


    Rene Liu (traditional Chinese: 劉若英; simplified Chinese: 刘若英; pinyin: Liú Ruòyīng), born June 1, 1970 (some says June 1, 1969) is a Taiwanese actress and singer. She was the first to win Best Actress awards at the Asia Pacific Film Festival in both television and film productions. She has recorded several albums including I'm Fine (我很好).

  17. Bianca Bai

    Bianca Bai


    Bianca Bai (Chinese: 白歆惠; pinyin: Bái Xīnhuì) (born on 23 October 1982) is a Taiwanese model and actress. She graduated from Shih Hsin University and started her career as a model with Catwalk Modeling Agency before becoming an actress. She was nominated in 2010 for Best Leading Actress in a Television Series at the 45th Golden Bell Awards for her role in.

  18. Candy Hsu

    Candy Hsu


    Candy Hsu (Chinese: 許雅涵; pinyin: Xǔ Yǎhán, born on February 10, 1998 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan) is a Taiwanese singer-songwriter, actress and record producer. She writes and composes her own songs, plays many instruments including piano.

  19. Genie Chuo

    Genie Chuo


    Genie Chuo (Chinese: 卓文萱; born 20 January 1986), is a Taiwanese Mandopop singer and actress, also known as Zhuo Wenxuan, Genie Zhuo, "Xuan Xuan" (萱萱) or "Xiao Mi" (小咪).

  20. Mavis Fan

    Mavis Fan


    Mavis Fan (Chinese: 范曉萱; pinyin: Fàn Xiǎoxuān; born (1977-02-27)27 February 1977) is a Taiwanese pop singer who also plays the flute and piano. She's also known as 'Bo Bo' or 'Little Witch'.

  21. Emily Zheng

    Emily Zheng


    Candy Chen (陳斯亞 born January 3, 1993) (also known as Emily, Nina, Candy, 糖果, 伊凌 or 斯亞) is a dancer, actress, host, singer, and a model. She is featured on the Taiwanese variety shows: Blackie's Teenage Club and Blackie Lollipop. Candy was a member of the Taiwanese girl group Hey Girl at 2010-2011. It was because her personal "weibo" has listed herself as "without a management agent/agency". She is 1/8th Dutch. She changed her name to Chen Yi-Ling in July 2012 to follow her mother's maiden name. Her English name becomes Nina Chen. Now, Candy is a member of the Taiwanese girl group Twinko. In 2013, she changed her name to Candy Chen (English Name) and Chen Si Ya (Chinese Name) in November 2013.

  22. Tsai Chin (singer)

    Tsai Chin (singer)


    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 naturally magnetic, rich vocals and witty persona.

  23. Evonne Hsu

    Evonne Hsu


    Evonne Hsu, also known as Hsu Hui-hsin (Chinese: 許慧欣) was born 5 December 1976 in Longview, Texas, United States. She is a Taiwanese American Mandopop singer. Hsu is managed by Music Nation Wingman Limited and signed by Universal Music Taiwan since her debut in 2002.

  24. Judy Ongg

    Judy Ongg


    Judy Ongg (Chinese: 翁倩玉; pinyin: Wēng Qiànyù, January 24, 1950 – ) is an actress, singer, author, and woodblock-print artist from Taiwan. Born in Taipei, she graduated from Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan, and after that, she changed her nationality from Taiwanese to Japanese. Her career has spanned more than four decades.

  25. Annie Shizuka Inoh

    Annie Shizuka Inoh


    Annie Yi (Chinese: 伊能靜; pinyin: Yī Néngjìng; Japanese: Inō Shizuka; born March 4, 1969), also known as Annie Shizuka Inoh, is a Taiwanese singer, actress, and writer. Born Wu Jingyi (simplified Chinese: 吴静怡; traditional Chinese: 吳靜怡; pinyin: Wú Jìngyí) in Taipei, Taiwan, she changed her name to Inō Shizuka after her mother remarried a Japanese man, and then simplified her new name to Yi Nengjing upon returning to Taiwan in 1988 to launch her singing career. In 2010, she was selected as a judge for the television series China's Got Talent.

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