Taiwanese female singers

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  1. A-Lin

    A-Lin

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    Taiwanese singer and songwriter

  2. A-Mei

    A-Mei

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    Pop singer

  3. Amber Kuo

    Amber Kuo

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    Amber Kuo (Chinese: 郭采潔; pinyin: Guō Cǎijié; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kok Chhái-kiat, born 19 February 1986) is a Taiwanese Mandopop singer and actress. Kuo graduated from National Taipei University with a bachelor's degree in social work in 2008. In November 2013, she publicly opposed same-sex marriage due to her Christian background.


  4. Ann (Taiwanese singer)

    Ann (Taiwanese singer)

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    Taiwanese singer-songwriter

  5. Annie Shizuka Inoh

    Annie Shizuka Inoh

    238 views
    Taiwanese actor-singer

  6. Ariel Lin

    Ariel Lin

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    Taiwanese singer-actress

  7. Aya Liu

    Aya Liu

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    Aya Liu (Chinese: 柳翰雅; pinyin: Liǔ Hàn-Yǎ; born 14 September 1978) is a Taiwanese actress and hostess.


  8. Bianca Bai

    Bianca Bai

    317 views
    Taiwanese, Model

  9. Bowie Tsang

    Bowie Tsang

    64 views
    Taiwanese singer

  10. Candy Hsu

    Candy Hsu

    299 views
    Singer and songwriter

  11. Cheer Chen

    Cheer Chen

    98 views
    Taiwanese singer

  12. Chen Ying-Git

    Chen Ying-Git

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    Chen Ying-Git (traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Chén Yíngjié), is a female singer of Taiwanese Hakka heritage. She has produced albums from the 1980s through the 1990s like another singer, Jody Chiang. One of her famous songs is ????. She also sang a famous duet called ????? with Taiwanese male singer ??.


  13. Chiang Shu-na

    Chiang Shu-na

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    Nana Chiang Shu-na (江淑娜) (born 30 July 1964) is a Taiwanese singer, TV host and actress. She is the younger sister of "queen of Taiwanese pop" Jody Chiang. Unlike Jody whose recordings are almost exclusively in Hokkien, Chiang Shu-na sings more frequently in Mandarin. They started performing together when she was just 10 due to poverty.


  14. Christine Fan

    Christine Fan

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    Christine Fan, also known as Fan Fan (范范), (simplified Chinese: 范玮琪; traditional Chinese: 范瑋琪; pinyin: Fàn Wěiqí; Wade–Giles: Fan Wei-chi) was born March 18, 1976. She is an American-born Taiwanese singer and actress. Ohio-born, she studied at Pomona College and the Harvard Extension School. She hosted the variety show, Bang Bang Tang (模范棒棒堂) on Channel [V] in Taiwan and has also starred in various commercials. On 1 November 2008, she held her first ticketed concert in Taipei. She later held concerts in Taichung, Hong Kong, Beijing and other Chinese cities. She also was the special guest in JJ Lin's concert in Singapore.


  15. Chyi Yu

    Chyi Yu

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    Chyi Yu (simplified Chinese: 齐豫; traditional Chinese: 齊豫; pinyin: Qí Yù; born October 17, 1957 in Taichung, Taiwan), is a Taiwanese singer. She is also the elder sister of Taiwanese singer songwriter Chyi Chin齊秦, and is best known for her 1979 hit, "The Olive Tree" (橄欖樹). She is a practising Buddhist.


  16. Cindy Yen

    Cindy Yen

    90 views
    Taiwanese singer

  17. Claire Kuo

    Claire Kuo

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    Claire Kuo Ching is a Taiwanese Mandopop singer. Having been a daughter of a restaurant owner, Kuo graduated from Shih Hsin University and was a competitive cheerleader. After singing in Taiwanese television programs, she released her first album I Don't Want to Forget You in 2007, which gained her 12 awards including "Best Newcomer".


  18. Cyndi Wang

    Cyndi Wang

    3,254 views
    Taiwanese actor-singer

  19. Da Ya

    Da Ya

    51 views

    Hey Girl is a group of Taiwanese singers. Channel held an audition for the show Wo Ai Hei Se Hui (?????), a variety show that aims to create new female entertainers in Taiwan. At the end of 2005, Channel picked nine members to represent the other girls. These nine members were Gui Gui, Xiao Jie, Mei Mei, Apple, Xiao Xun, Ya Tou, Xiao Man, Tong Tong, and Da Ya. Together, they are affectionately known as the Jiu Niu Niu (Chinese: ; pinyin: Jiu Niu Niu) for short.


  20. Deserts Chang

    Deserts Chang

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    Deserts Chang (Chinese: 張懸; pinyin: Zhāng Xuán; zhuyin= ㄓㄤ ㄒㄩㄢˊ; born May 30, 1981), also known in mainland China as Zhang Xuan, Chang Xuan or in Singapore (incorrectly) as Deserts Xuan, is a Taiwanese singer-songwriter.


  21. Doris Lai

    Doris Lai

    48 views

  22. Ella Chen

    Ella Chen

    717 views
    Taiwanese actress-singer

  23. Elva Hsiao

    Elva Hsiao

    4,383 views
    Taiwanese singer

  24. Emily Zheng

    Emily Zheng

    267 views
    Taiwanese singer

  25. Enno Cheng

    Enno Cheng

    65 views

    Enno Cheng is a multi-talented Taiwanese indie singer-songwriter who is also an author and a film actress. She attended Tamkang University and majored in Chinese. She took an approved leave of absence from schooling in 2007. She first appeared in the film industry in 2007 and took part in the film Summer's Tail as the main character Zheng Jia-Yue (Yvette Chang) for which she wrote the script. She was nominated as the Best New Performer in 2007 at the 44th Golden Horse Awards but lost to Tang Wei. She played the role of Xiao Wen, a betel nut beauty, in the 2009 film Tears. Her debut album "Neptune" (海王星) was released by White Wabbit Records in July 2011. Enno is currently performing with a band called Tiger Chocolate (猛虎巧克力). In May of 2013, the band changed their name to Chocolate Tiger. Enno also continues to play the occasional solo gig.


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