Sunday, September 28, 2008

Danny Chan

Danny Chan Bak-keung was a popular 1980s cantopop singer, composer and actor in Hong Kong. Chan was of the first generation of pop idols in Hong Kong. He was already an electronic organ player, a songwriter, an actor and a promising singer at the beginning of his career. He made a name for himself with his debut release, "Tears For You", which established him as a teen idol. "Ripple", " I Just Love You" and "Life Expectation" are just some of the golden hits written and sung by Chan. He is mostly remembered for his Cantonese romance ballads and high quality compositions. Chan died in 1993 after being in a coma for 17 months.


Chan won third prize at the "HK Pop Song Composition Competition" in 1977. In that same year, he made his acting debut with Hong Kong Television Broadcasts through a TV drama called "Sweet Babe". In 1978, he won first prize at the "Hong Kong Yamaha Electone Festival". He held his first music concert in Hong Kong that same year. His first music album, entitled "First Love," was released in 1979.

Chan subsequently signed a music contract with . After spending several years with HK EMI, he signed with HK Warner Brothers where he reached superstar status. In 1985, he signed with DMI, which was a joint venture between EMI and Dickson Poon. Through DMI, Chan was able to launch several successful albums. He returned to HK Warner Brothers in the late 1980s.

Chan's career peaked in the early 1980s when he joined a music group called Warners and sang a number of hit songs such as 'Will Always Be Loving You' , 'Take Care of Yourself Tonight' , 'No' . Danny Chan was considered a contemporary to Hong Kong cantopop peers like Leslie Cheung and Alan Tam.

During the span of his music career, Chan held many music concerts in Hong Kong, China, Japan, Singapore, Australia, Thailand, Canada and the United States. Chan also participated and represented Hong Kong in song festivals such as the Nagasaki Asia Music Festival in Japan , Peace Music Concert , Tokyo Music Festival and the Shanghai Music Festival in China . He was also invited to perform at the Seoul Korea 1988 Summer Olympics opening ceremony. In 1988, he performed in the presence of the royal Thai Princess in a Thai Charity Show. In 1991, Chan announced of his decision to leave the Hong Kong music industry. He held a farewell concert in Shanghai in 1992 and subsequently retired from the cantopop music industry.

Death and speculation

There was speculation in the late 1980s that Chan suffered from alcoholism as it was unfairly perceived in the press that his career lagged behind that of then Hong Kong cantopop superstars, Alan Tam and Leslie Cheung. On May 18, 1992, Chan was found unconscious and he was admitted to in Hong Kong. This stamp set focused on Hong Kong's popular singers, saluting five pop stars who have left their marks on Cantopop music history. Chan was featured on the HK$1.80 stamp.



*1979, "First Love"
*1980, "No More Tears"
*1980, "Encore"
*1981, "Sunflower"
*1982, "Telling"
*1983, "I Just Love You"
*1984, "Picking Out Star"
*1985, "Deeply In Love With You"
*1986, "When I Think Of You"
*1986, "Hoping"
*1987, "Kittens Are Better Than Dogs"
*1987, "Dream Person"
*1988, "Hiding My Love In My Eyes"
*1988, "Winter Love"
*1988, "The Wizard Has Migrated"
*1989, "What You Desire In"
*1990, "Waiting For You"
*1991, "Love In L.A"
*1991, Purple Concert"
*1992, "Because Love You"
*1992, "Dear You"


In 1999, Chan's song ''Ripples'' became popular once again as the theme song of the sale of units of the Tracker Fund of Hong Kong .

A partial list of songs composed and sung by Chan:
*Waiting / Tung
*One in My Dreams / Mung Lui Yun
*I Just Love You / Peen Peen Hay Foon Nay
*Ripples / Leen Yi
*Listening to Music with Wine / Dui Jau Dong Gaw
*My Story / Ngoh Dik Goo See
*Shedding Tears For You / Ngaan Lui Wai Nay Lau
*Applause / Hawt Choi
*Hoping for Destiny / Paan Mong Dik Yuen Fun
*Tell Me What Can I Do
*What You Desire In Life / Yat Sung Hor Kau
*Break Out / Dak Poh


Cinematic films

*1980, Encore
*1981, On Trial
*1984, Merry Christmas
*1986, My Family
*1987, Chou tin dik tong wah aka An Autumn's Tale ; aka Liumang daheng

TV dramas

*1977, Sweet Babe
*1980, Take Turn
*1980, Breakthrough



*1977, Third Prize, "HK Pop Song Compose Competition"
*1978, First Prize, "Hong Kong Yamaha Organ Competition"
*1978, Third Prize, "HK Pop Song Compose Competition"
*1983, Most Popular Singer Award, "AGB Listener's Choice"
*1988, Third Prize, "Most Popular Male Singer Competition", Hong Kong Commercial Station
*1989, Third Prize, "Most Popular Male Singer Competition", Hong Kong Commercial Station
*1989, Third Prize, "Pop Music Most Popular Male Singer", Tokyo Music Festival
*1991, "Top 10 Most Popular Singer" in Guangzhou, China


*1981, "Model Youth" from Wong Tai Sin District, Hong Kong
*1984, "Most Charming Singer" from International Folk Song
*1987, "Hong Kong Best Dressed Person", Hong Kong Commercial Station
*1989, "Hong Kong Top 10 Friendly Person", Hong Kong Commercial Station

Charlie Yeung

Charlie Yeung Choi-Nei, sometimes spelled Charlie Young, is a Hong Kong and singer. She was first noticed after appearing in a jewellery commercial with Aaron Kwok. Since then she has participated in the music videos of artists such as Hacken Lee, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Jacky Cheung.


In 1992, she was signed on to be a singer with EMI . After releasing a couple of albums with some success , she made her feature-film debut in Wong Kar-Wai's arthouse martial arts film ''Ashes of Time'' alongside superstars such as Leslie Cheung, Tony Leung Chiu-Wai and Brigitte Lin.

In 1994, she made her first collaboration with director Tsui Hark on the film ''The Lovers'' , a Chinese classical tale about the Butterfly Lovers. Yeung was cast as the female lead, Zhu Yintai opposite Nicky Wu's Liang Shanbo. Her performance received widespread critical acclaim, rising Yeung to stardom. The film today has been hailed as Charlie's most representative work to date.

Between 1994 to 1997, she was arguably the most popular artist in Hong Kong, with her charming face appearing everywhere from magazines and posters to advertisements and movies.

At the height of her popularity in 1997, however, she decided to call it quits and retire from the industry to start an image consultant business with her Singaporean lawyer-boyfriend in Malaysia.

In 2004, after a failed relationship and business, she made her comeback as the lead actress in Jackie Chan's ''New Police Story''. Following that, she collaborated once again with Tsui Hark on the martial arts movie ''Seven Swords'' and starred alongside Andy Lau in the love movie ''All About Love''. She later co-starred in the film ''After This Our Exile'' opposite Aaron Kwok. She has made plans to appears in a sequel to ''Seven Swords''.


*''After This Our Exile''
*''Seven Swords''
*''New Police Story''
*''Task Force''
*''The Intimates''
*''Downtown Torpedoes''
*''A Chinese Ghost Story: The Tsui Hark Animation''
*''The Wedding Days''
*''Dr. Wai in "The Scripture with No Words"''
*''Young Policemen in Love''
*'''' aka ''Meltdown''
*''Love in the Time of Twilight''
*''How Deep Is Your Love''
*''Ashes of Time''
*''Future Cops''


* ''Feeling of Love ''
* ''First Love ''
* ''Forget Me Not ''
* ''Smiling with Tears ''
* ''Mythology ''
* ''Do Whatever you Want ''

Charles Ying

Charles Ying is a Cantopop singer from Hong Kong. After singing the theme song ''Do I Still Love You'' of the film Leaving me, Loving you, he was signed by Leon Lai of East Asia Record Production and became one of the new hotly promoted new artists in 2005.


*Chinese name: Ying Cheung Yau
*Birth Place: Hong Kong
*Height: 5 Feet 11
*Weight: 165 lbs
*Nationality: Chinese/Canadian
*Family: Mother, Father, Little Sister, and 2 dogs
*Education: Rhode Island School of Design , Bachelor of Fine Arts , Bachelor of Graphic Design
*Languages: Cantonese, Mandarin, English
*Hobbies: Sports , Singing, Watch TV and movies, Listen to music


Charles Ying was born in Hong Kong. His mother is Taiwanese singer, Ning-Ping Chan. At the age of 4, he and his parent emigrated to Vancouver, Canada. Then at the age of 7, he came back to stay in Hong Kong and studied up to standard 7 before moving to the US for higher education. After completing his education, he came back to Hong Kong in 2002 and got employed as Asia Pacific Head Office-Designer Support.


Cantonese Albums

Cass Phang

Cass Phang is a retired Cantopop singer from Hong Kong.

Candy Lo

Candy Lo is a singer-songwriter and actress from Hong Kong. She has released 9 studio albums, over 40 singles, 2 compilations, 1 live album and 1 EP with Sony Music to date. On June 11 she released her first EP on her new label WOW Music.


Pre-solo period

Before going solo Candy Lo was the lead vocalist in Hong Kong based rock band . Before the band released any material, they used to perform independently of Black & Blue as a band as well.

In 1995 Black & Blue released their first record titled ''Hope In Just One Day''. A year later, in 1996 they released their second album eponymously titled Black & Blue. The former contains songs mostly sung in English while the latter is completely in Cantonese. Stepping away from English and singing completely in Cantonese had been a decision made in concordance with their record label so as to make themselves more understandable to fans. Lo wrote the lyrics to their songs herself.

Solo career

In 1998 Candy Lo was signed to Sony Music, thus starting her solo career. Her first release under Sony was an EP called ''Don't have to be too perfect'' . For this record she won a Golden Award in the same year. The style of this release continued on from her - past with Black & Blue. In winter 1998, Candy released a second record called ''Miao'', the title of which refers to Candy's love of cats and how "they listen while people sometimes don't." The album didn't sell as much copies as expected. Producer Kubert Leung blamed the public, who "failed to grasp the concept of the album".

Lo's 3rd album, ''Get Close To Candy Lo'' , released in 1999, set itself apart from the mainstream music that year by adding a philharmonic orchestra to her mix of rock and pop.

In 2000 Candy Lo again released 2 records, ''Colour Release'' and ''Muse''.

In July 2001 Candy Lo released ''Fantasy''. Fantasy contained the radio hit ''The Sword And Spear Don't Enter'' as well as ''Call'' , the theme song for the movie ''''. Lo's 1st compilation album titled ''Like To Love'' was also released in the year.

The release of her 2002 album ''Appreciate The Taste Of Life'' marked Candy's career with her first smash hit ''Beautiful Break-up in which she collaborated with fellow singer Lee Hom Wang.

On April 26, 2003 ''Candy's Airline'' is was released. In that same year Candy released a concept album titled ''Flower Talk'' , which combined mellow as well as more upbeat tunes with a classical hint to them.

Three months later Candy Lo released ''True Music 1st Flight Live 2003'', a collection of live renditions of songs released between 1998 and 2003 plus a few covers such as Wong Jim's ''Forget Him'' , made famous by Teresa Teng. All of these were performed during a concert in Hong Kong.

''Evolution Theory'' released in 2005, was the last album she recorded before parting company with Sony. It is less mainstream than her previous two albums. However, like ''Flower Talk'', this album deals with spiritual issues such as the uncertainty of the future in ''Junk Girl Of Dystopia'' and departure in ''Sutra For Seeing Souls Off'' .

On June 11 2007, Candy Lo released her 10th album "Process" after joining her new record company "WOW Music". Candy Lo is the first artist to release USB flash memory digital album in Asia. Process contained radio hit "Can't Even Love". Her mandarin song "Run Slowly" is also available at Candy's website at which has a hit rate of more than 200,000 times.

As an actress

In 2000, Candy started acting by playing a minor role in the drama ''What is a Good Teacher'' directed by Hong Kong actor and director Francis Ng. Later that year she was nominated three times for a for her role in '''' and ''Twelve Nights'' .

In 2002, Lo played a pregnant advertising executive named "Godzilla" in If You Care... and in the same year as Kung Fu fighter in Yuen Biao's ''No Problem 2'' , a collaboration between Hong Kong and Japan. That year, she also appeared in '''', a horror movie directed by The Pang Brothers which was also released in the United Kingdom and the United States.



* ''Bu Xu Yao...Wan Mei De Ke Pa
* ''Miao...''
* ''
* ''Sik Fong''
* ''''
* ''''
* ''Appreciate the Taste of Life''
* ''Candy's Airline''
* ''Flower Talk''
* ''''
* ''''


* Like To Love
* 4 Seasons in One Day

Live Albums

* ''True Music 1st Flight Love 2003''


*''House of Mahjong''
*''The Wife from Hell''
*''Feel It, Say It''
*''Half Twin''
*''The Heavenly Kings''
*''Teacher in University''
*''Bug Me Not!''
*''Six Strong Guys''
*''Herbal Tea''
*''Men Suddenly in Black''
*''Truth or Dare: 6th Floor Rear Flat''
*''Summer I Love You''
*''If You Care...''
*''Marry a Rich Man''
*''No Problem 2''
*''Funeral March''
*''Twelve Nights''
*''What is a Good Teacher''

Ann Mui

Ann Mui was a singer and actress. She was the older sister of Hong Kong actress and singer, the late Anita Mui and two brothers. Her mother remarried after her father died.

She is best remembered for her supporting roles in many movies, esp. Jackie Chan's ''Police Story 2''. She died of cervical cancer, leaving her husband Lap-Tak Poon and 2 sons.


* 1995 - Farewell My Dearest
* 1995 - Chicken A La Queen
* 1992 - Police Story Part II
* 1992 - Stagedoor Johnny
* 1989 - Burning Ambition
* 1989 - The Iceman Cometh
* 1989 - They Came To Rob Hong Kong
* 1989 - Touch and Go

Ron Ng

Ron Ng Cheuk Hei is a Hong Kong TVB actor and singer.

Early Childhood

Ron Ng was born on September 2, 1979. He was highly influenced by his sister’s love for dancing. Hence, he decided to take a risk and turn his hobbies into his career. In 1999, he enrolled into TVB’s 7th Entry Dancers Class.

Early career

Ron Ng graduated from TVB's "7th Entry" Dance Training Class in 1999 and "1st Entry" Artist Training Class in 2000. Officially becoming a TVB artist after signing a contract with the company in 2000, Ron has worked with TVB ever since. His acting skills have been heavily criticized, especially scenes which require crying.

In 2000, Ron’s actor career commenced as Louis Koo recommended him to enlist in the acting classes. After graduating from acting classes, he began his career in minor roles.


His break-through came in the series Triumph in the Skies, and despite the criticisms and rumors circulating Hong Kong tabloids, Ron has won himself a large fan-base in Hong Kong through his handsome appearance. He was one of the four TVB actors selected to be the spokespeople of the 2006 World Cup. Besides Ron, the three chosen ones were Raymond Lam, Kevin Cheng and Bosco Wong.

Because of his role In Twin of Brothers, Ron won his first award, "Most Improved actor in 2004".

Ron was featured in the movie ''Moments Of Love'' in 2005. In the same year, he signed a contract with BMA Music Records and out came his first EP album, ''The Fast Pass''. Ron also released his first album, ''Fast Forward''

He is getting ready to film TVB The Four with Sammul Chan, Kennenth Ma, etc. in 2008-09.

TV Series and films

The Academy Full Throttle

The Four

Sheng Si Die Lian

The Drive of Life

The Brink of Law

On the First Beat

War And Destiny

Men In Pain

Guts of A Man

Revolving Doors of Vengeance

Lost In The Chamber of Love

The Academy

[[Hearts of Fencing 2 - Sunshine Heartbeat) -

Aqua Heroes

Find The Light

Triumph in The Skies

Vigilante Force

Lofty Water Verdant Bow

Golden Faith

Burning Flame 2


**All About Men - Various Artists
**The Fast Pass - Ron Ng
**Fast Forward - Ron Ng
**EEG Kids Song Selection - Various Artists
**In Love With Drama - Various Artists

Other Songs By Ron Ng

*Fighter - Ron Ng, Sky, Zac Koo, Rico Kwok
*Kong - Ron Ng
*Love Test - Ron Ng and Tavia Yeung
*Marriage Garments - Ron Ng and Myolie Wu
*Put Your Hands Up - Ron Ng, Raymond Lam, Bosco Wong, Kevin Cheng
*Sun’s Hand - Ron Ng
*The Brink of Law - Ron Ng and Steven Ma
*Yue Kerng Yuet Yung - Ron Ng, Raymond Lam, Bosco Wong, Sammul Chan, Lai Lok Yi, and Kenneth Ma
*Ultimate Battle - Ron Ng


Nancy Yuen

Nancy Yuen is a singer.

Life and career

Born in Hong Kong and based in the UK and Singapore, Chinese soprano Nancy Yuen Miu Fun, a top graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, London, has made Cio-cio-san her signature role, winning great international critical acclaim. She made her operatic debut immediately upon graduation in this demanding Puccini title role with the Welsh National Opera and has since repeated the role all over the world, notably with the English National Opera, West Australian Opera, Opera Queensland, Opera Northern Ireland, Singapore Lyric Opera, the 1994 New Zealand International Festival of Arts, the 1995 Barbados Opera Festival and the Royal Albert Hall production by David Freeman 1998, 2000 and 2003.

Other operatic roles include Romilda , Violetta , Aida , Gilda , Titania , Rosalinda , Nedda (Pagliacci, Siok Imm , Leonora , the title role of Tosca, Liza , Mimi , Jenny , Micaela , Pamina with Opera Queensland, Donna Anna and Liu .

She will make her role debut as the Countess in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro this year with Singapore Lyric Opera, and give recitals and concerts in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, China and the UK. Since July 2003 Nancy has been the Head of Vocal Studies at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore.

On December 12, 2000, Nancy married Singaporean lawyer Toh Weng Cheong at the Hotel InterContinental Hotel Singapore.


She has a repertoire ranging from Baroque to contemporary and performs regularly at the main UK venues, and in Europe, the United States, the Middle East and Asia. The many orchestras she has sung with include the London Mozart Players, the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Tivoli Symphony Orchestra and most recently the West Australia Symphony Orchestra . She has also recorded for the BBC, Radio Television Hong Kong and Radio FM, New Zealand. She has performed the soprano solos in Messiah, Creation, Seasons, Nelson Mass, Christmas Oratorio, Carmina Burana, Elijah, Monteverdi’s Vespers, Mozart’s Requiem and Mass in C Minor, Poulenc’s Gloria, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, the Brahms, Faure and Verdi Requiems, Mahler’s Fourth Symphony and Janá?ek’s Glagolitic Mass.

In 2004 she released her first solo CD, “Per L’amore” with the Siam Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Somtow Sucharitkul. In 2005 she repeated her performance as Cio-cio-san at the Singapore Esplanade Theatre with Singapore Lyric Opera and made her debut with the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, singing the role of Princess Han Li Bao in the world premiere of operatic cantata Zheng He, written specially for her by Law Wai Lun, as part of the Singapore Arts Festival. She also repeated the title role of Mae Naak with Bangkok Opera, a coloratura role created for her by Somtow Sucharitkul in 2003. She made her debut with the Macau Symphony Orchestra, singing the soprano solo in Mendelssohn’s Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Lee Pui Ming

Lee Pui Ming is a Hong Kong-born pianist, vocalist, and composer. Her work combines elements of contemporary classical music, jazz, and Chinese music. She is one of the most notable figures in the Asian American jazz movement.

In 1976 she came to the United States to pursue music studies, earning bachelor's and master's degrees, and most of a doctorate. In 1985 she relocated to Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and became active in that city's new music scene in the early 1990s. She leads an ensemble that has toured Asia and Canada.

Her 1994 album ''Nine-Fold Heart'' was nominated for a Juno Award for Best Global Recording.

Lee has performed with Jo?lle Léandre, Otomo Yoshihide, Chris Cutler, René Lussier, Jean Derome, and Pierre Tanguay. She has also composed music for several films.


*1991 - ''Ming''
*1994 - ''Nine-Fold Heart''
*1994 - ''Strange Beauty: New Music For Piano''
*1999 - ''Taklamakan''
*2002 - ''Who's Playing''

Kwong Wah

Kwong Wah born 19 November, 1962) is a Hong Kong television star currently working for TVB. He is widely known for his portrayals of Chinese historical characters such as Lao Ai , Xiang Yu , , and .

Kwong had his acting debut in the 1989 film ''Life Goes On'' as a cancer patient, which won him the Best New Actor Award in the 9th Hong Kong Film Awards. He then gained wider fame as the monk Tang Sanzang in the TV serial ''Journey to the West'' and its sequel ''Journey to the West II'' . After appearing in other dramas such as ''The Legend of Lady Yang'' , ''Crimson Sabre'' and ''A Step into the Past'' , Kwong Wah reached the peak of his fame as emperor Yongzheng in 2003's ''The King of Yesterday and Tomorrow''. The show gained extremely high ratings and Kwong Wah was acclaimed for his charismatic performance as the emperor who travelled through time to 21st century Hong Kong. Afterwards he has appeared in 2004's ''The Conqueror's Story''.

Khalil Fong

Khalil Fong, born July 14 1983, is a singer and songwriter signed to a label in Hong Kong.


Fong was born in Hawaii and his family moved to Shanghai when he was 6. His father wanted Khalil to learn more about Chinese culture. Six years later, they moved to Guangzhou and lived there for about 2 years. Afterwards, they moved to Hong Kong. When he was 16, he sent demos, which he had written, to music producers. Four years later, finally recruited him as their producer. Khalil is a . His first language is English and he can speak , Shanghainese, Hawaiian Pidgin English, and .


Khalil released his first album ''Soul Boy'' on September 18 2005. He has won a number of awards, including a silver award for New Male Artist at Commercial Radio. He released his second album "This Love" in December 2006. It featured the song "Love Love Love" which peaked at #1 in the .


* '''' - Warner Music Hong Kong - 2005
* '''' - Warner Music Hong Kong - 2006
* '''' - Warner Music Taiwan - 2007



* "CRHKLove Park "



*Metro Hit Radio – "New Hot Voice"
*Metro Hit Radio – "New Powers Singer"
*Metro Hit Radio – "New Powers of Creation"
*Metro Hit Radio – "Popular Mandarin Song" - Love Love Love
*Commercial Radio Hong Kong –"Chik Chak producer & writer" - Silver award
*RoadShow – "Supreme Song" - Love Love Love
*RoadShow – "Most Potential Producer/Singer"

Ken Hung

Ken Hung Cheuk Lap is a Hong Kong cantopop singer. He started his career after earning a second place in the EEG Singing Contest . During 2007, he went to help in the office for about 3-4 months cutting newspapers because Mani said he was too shy. Then he finally started recording songs. First song that came out was "Love.gutless" . He was known to have an "Eason Chan" voice and style in that song so that song became an HK hit and Ken Hung's was known all over HK. And because of that, his first CD used the name of the song. His logo is 'little froggy', Ken said that Mani gave him that logo because she want him to sing like a frog, loud and clear.


*2007 - Love. Gutless - July 19
*2007 - Love. Gutless 2nd version - September 7
*2008 - Go - January 23


*2008 - Love is Elsewhere April 17


*2008 - Dressage To Win June 14


*2006 - EEG Singing Contest
*2007 - Commercial Radio Hong Kong "Best New Male Singer" - Gold Award



Kelvin Kwan

Kelvin Kwan is an artist of Go East, a subdivision of Universal Music.


Kelvin Kwan was born and raised in Canada; his father was a former executive of PolyGram and a friend of Hong Kong pop singer Alan Tam. As a result, Tam became Kwan's godfather. Also, he is the nephew of Teddy Robin Kwan. In 2004, during the summer vacation after his first year of university in Toronto, he went on a trip to Taiwan; after a night of karaoke with his father's ex-coworkers, Kwan was offered an audition, and was signed to Universal Music's Taiwan division. A year later, he moved to Hong Kong. Tam's relationship with Kwan continued to prove a boost to Kwan's career; in August 2006, the pair recorded a music video of the duet "''Big Cry Baby'' ", which secured Kwan's popularity in the Hong Kong music industry. However, Tam has not been reticent in pointing out Kwan's flaws and errors publicly; in a September 2006 interview with the ''Sing Tao Daily'', he criticised Kwan's public speaking abilities and suggested he concentrate harder on singing during performances; Kwan reportedly felt awkward and hurt by Tam's words. Regardless, Kwan still credits a great deal of his success to Tam, claiming that he would not be where he is today without his help and guidance.


*2006: ''IF''
*2007: 你當我什麼


Jackie Chan Hiu-ki a.k.a. Kellyjackie is a Hong Kong amateur pop singer and a member of a called the Royals. With her childhood idol being Kelly Chen, she incorporates "Kelly" into her nickname.

Prior to 2005, she was a secondary school student. She has been an internet singer for six years. She started off from the age of 13 by singing other singers songs. After about one year, she started composing songs. The first song composed by her was ''Lucky voice'' which, among her other songs, was released on the internet. In January 2005, she composed the song ''He invites me to Disneyland'' during her preparation for the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination as a way of reducing stress, inspired by the classic fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty and the princely romance.

She uploaded her song ''He invites me to Disneyland'' to her band's forum, her Xanga site, and also for free downloading by internet users. Surprisingly, the song spread over via the internet within a few weeks. For some time, the song ranked number 1 among Yahoo! Hong Kong's Top Searches . Some DJs also introduced the song over radio broadcasting. Many were delighted by her talent considering her age and limited experience in this area, although some also criticised her for her unsophisticated singing skills which arouse doubts about whether she could be coined a "singer". Nevertheless, the song eventually became extremely popular and widely praised in Hong Kong, Macau and Guangdong and landed her a 5-year recording contract.

To celebrate the opening of the Hong Kong Disneyland, the Walt Disney Company published the ''Hong Kong Disneyland -The Grand Opening Celebration Album'' and invited both Kellyjackie and Kelly Chen to perform the song ''He invites me to Disneyland'', leading to the advent of the duet version of the song.

Kay Tse

Kay Tse is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer. She was a newcomer to the music industry in 2005, and is known for her versatile vocal range and expertise in various music genres, especially in jazz.

Tse is yet to crack the main stream Cantopop market but many music industry insiders have tipped her singing ability to have big potential, and regard her as one of a new breed of "non-idol" singers who sell their singing ability rather than their looks.


In 2002, when Tse was still a university student majoring in at the University of Hong Kong, she entered a university singing competition and won the first place. She then entered an inter-schools singing competition in 2003 and made the final five, impressing one of the judges Adrian Chou very much that he offered her a professional contract with his small music label called "Ban Ban Music". At that time Tse was working as a piano teacher.


* May 6, 2005 - ''Kay One''
* December 23, 2005 - ''''
* June 2, 2006 - ''K sus2''
* January 18, 2007 - ''''
* March 1, 2007 - '', included a bonus DVD of Kay's The First Day concert footage.
* December 11, 2007 - '''', a greatest hits album with 3 new songs
* July 25, 2008 - ''Binary'', includes "17 degrees" and "10 honor student" from TVB's 'The Money Maker Recipe'

2005: Kay One

Tse's debut album, ''Kay One'', was released on May 6, 2005. The album includes 2 non-Cantonese songs, a song called "The One and Only" and Mandarin version of "Beauties" called "Plastic Roses" . On December 23, 2005, a re-release version of ''Kay One'' called ''Kay One Plus'' was released with a bonus track named "Follow Me" .

''Kay One'' and ''Kay One Plus'' contain several hits in 2005 and 2006 include:
*"Beauties" , a fast catchy pop tune, mocking the Asian dieting trend;
*"The One and Only" , a slow ballad, showcasing Tse's versatile vocal range;
*"Awful Men" , a groovy, funky song and the only love song on the album;
*"Joyful Reading" , a fast jazz song, mocking Hong Kong paparazzi;
*"Follow Me" , a rock-influenced song, containing Tse's confessions about her music and fans. It reached number one on "TVB Billboard" on February 8, 2006 and became her first no.1 single on that chart .

2006: K sus2

''K sus2'' is the first of Kay Tse. It is considered to be released in June 2, 2006, despite the fact that the release date has been postponed since March. The album will contain 6 songs and 3 music videos. It is believed that ''K sus2'' would have more rock tunes.

A Brit-pop track called "Gloomy Festival" impacted the radio stations from January, 2006. It is often praised for raising public concerns about the disadvantaged groups in the society. "Gloomy Festival" received many airplays on CRHK and it eventually reached number-one on "903 Top 20" on March 9, became her first no.1 single on that chart . On April 19, "Gloomy Festival" became Tse's second no.1 single on "TVB Billboard".

In late April, another track named "A Deadly Journey" was introduced on and impacted the radio station. It reached a peak of number-three on "903 Top 20". In July, "Foreign Maids' Love Song" from the EP has started to be broadcasted in various media.

On June 19, Sammy Ha, manager of Kay Tse, announced in his that ''K sus2'' will be reprinted for the high demand.

2007: The First Day

'''' is the third album of Kay Tse and released in January 18, 2007 before her childbirth. This album contains 12 songs, including 3 new songs which are "The First Day" , "Soul behind the Window" and "Obstacles" . The song "Obstacles" had climbed to the peak of no.1 on "903 Top 20", "TVB Billboard", and "RTHK Chinese-pop Billboard". This is Tse most successful song in Hong Kong's billboard.

The remaining 9 songs are Tse's greatest hits which re-arranged by several arrangers, such as Ted Lo, Adrian Chou. And the songs which are re-arranged have given new names, for example, "Beauties n" is the remastered version of "Beauties"

In March 1, Cinepoly released the second version which included a bonus DVD of her farewell concert on January 2007.

2007: 3/8

is the first album that Kay Tse gave birth to her son and released on 11 December, 2007. contains 15 Tse's Greatest Hits and 3 new songs which are "3/8", "Zhong Wu Yan" and "The retired life of Wonder Woman" .

Kay explained her album called "3/8" because she believes she has only finished 3/8 of her life, especially her music life, and it helps to summarize what she had done in past 2-year music journey.

Current Event

On November 25, 2006, Kay was rumoured to be pregnant. When asked by reporters she answered that there will be a press conference about the issue later on. Boyfriend Louis Cheung admits of being a father. At the press conference, she admits to being pregnant and announces that she will be marrying boyfriend Louis Cheung in January 2007. In December 2006, Easy Finder reports that on Notice of Intended Marriage, a document in Hong Kong Marriage Registry, indicates that Kay is 29 years-old. Her farewell concert was held in the end of January 2007. At the end of that concert, she stated she would be gone for a year.

On June 15, 2007, Kay gave birth to a baby boy named James.

On September 12, 2007, Kay performed for the CRHK 10-year anniversary live show which is the first performance after her pregnancy.


On January 1 2006, Tse won the Bronze Award for CRHK 2005 Best Newcomer, along with Ivana Wong and Janice Vidal who won Silver and Gold respectively.

In 2007 CRHK awarding ceremony, Tse's song called "Gloomy Festival" won the no.10 of CRHK top ten recommendation.

On January 1 2008, Tse also won the Bronze Award of Female Singer in the same awarding ceremony.

Karen Mok

Born as Karen Joy Morris, known more commonly in the Sinosphere as Karen Mok'' or ''Mok Man-Wai, is a two-time Golden Melody Award-winning Hong Kong-based actress and singer-songwriter.


Mok attended Diocesan Girls' School from primary to secondary grade in Hong Kong. She later left Hong Kong in 1987 and studied abroad. She attended United World College of the Adriatic near Trieste, Italy, and majored in Italian literature when studying in the University of London. Mok is the sister of the writer and producer Trevor Morris and the descendant of Alfred Morris, the first principal of King's College, Hong Kong. She speaks , , , , . She is Eurasian as her mother is quarter-Persian, quarter-German on her father's side, half-Chinese from her mother's; father is half-Welsh on his father's side, half-Chinese from his mother's.

Mok is often credited as Karen Mok in Chinese movies, but as Karen Joy Morris in Hollywood movies. She supplied the voice of Princess Kida for the Cantonese dub of Disney's "" . Mok performed in the international tour of the hit Broadway musical "" as Mimi during the Hong Kong stops in December 2005.


Mok had her first high-profile relationship with actor-director Stephen Chow, after meeting at a film's production set back in 1994. Shortly, they were seeing each other. However, they then broke up due to different values.

Subsequently, in 1998, she was romantically linked with actor-singer-director Stephen Fung. And from then on, their relationship blossomed, till the break-up in early 2008. Many were shocked when Mok announced this news during her L!VE is… KAREN MOK's mini-concert. And she insisted that there was no third party between them, as the media speculated that Stephen was the one who gave up their 9-years relationship for another woman.





Movie/TV Soundtracks


Jill Vidal

Jill Vidal, mostly referred to by fans as just Jill or Wei Si, is a female singer in Hong Kong. Jill's twin sister is who is an emerging pop singer in Hong Kong and Asia.


Jill is of mixed parentage with a father with ancestry in Cebu, Philippines and a Chinese Korean mother from , South Korea.

She is also known by the Chinese name, Wei Shi and educated up to secondary school. She can speak Cantonese, English and Korean. Apart from music and singing, she is also into dancing, art and fashion. Currently, she is managed by Paciwood Music & Entertainment and by in Korea.

Music career

By the end of 2005, Jill entered into a contract with the East Asia Record Production, who also have a contract with . She released her first song, ''Lonely'' in December 2005. Her voice is virtually identical to 's, but she has a notably different style to her sister's. Jill's songs tend to be more influenced by hard-core R&B and are also more fast-paced.

Jill released her debut album '''', in 2006. In July 2006, her song ''Funny Jealousy'' became her first number 1 song in the Jade Solid Gold chart.

She made her film debut in the musical film, ''A Melody Looking'' and acted as Jill, a twin sister of Janice in the film directed by Leon Lai. It was released on DVD on December 18, 2006.


Cantonese Albums


Musical Film

Music Pop Chart


Jenny Tseng

Jenny Tseng mostly known in speaking regions as Yan Nei, is a Macau-born singer, based in Hong Kong for much of her career. Her repertoire includes both Cantopop and occasionally Mandarin songs. Among her most popular recordings were several duets with Roman Tam, such as the music from TVB's 1982 adaptation ''The Legend of the Condor Heroes''. She is the widow of kung fu movie star Alexander Fu Sheng, who died in a 1983 car accident. She and her late husband had no children; however in 1988, Tseng gave birth to a daughter, Melody. Somewhat controversially, she has refused to name the father to the present day.

In addition to singing, Tseng also acted in several films during the 1970s and 1980s. She now lives in San Francisco.

Jason Chan (HK singer)

Jason Chan also known as Chan Pak Yu, is a singer in Hong Kong, who is currently signed with Sony BMG. His singing talent has been recognized by everyone across Hong Kong and in other parts of the world. He has currently released 3 albums, titled First Experience, First Experience: Collectors Edition and Change.


*Original Name: Ivan Chan
*Birthday: July 20th
*Birthplace: Hong Kong, moved to Canada when 7 years old
*Height: 171cm
*Weight: 134 pounds
*Languages: Cantonese, Mandarin and English
*Hobbies: Playing video games, eating, singing
*Record Label: Sony BMG
*Zodiac Sign: Cancer


*Favorite Foods: Chocolate and Chicken Wings
*Favorite Artist: David Tao
*Favorite Sports: Badminton, Surfing, Skiing, and Pool
*Favourite Animal: Dogs

Janice Vidal

Janice M. Vidal, often credited as Janice, is a female cantopop, jazz and R&B singer based in Hong Kong. She is the twin sister of singer Jill Vidal.

Debuting in 2005, Vidal has become one of the new notable singers in Hong Kong and Asia. She performs her songs in , and and will be performing songs in in the near future.


She is of mixed parentage with a father with ancestry in Cebu, Philippines and a mother from , South Korea. As a Hong Kong singer she had chosen to adopt the Chinese name ''Wei Lan'' , although most of her fans refer to her simply as ''Janice''. In the past she went under the name ''Renee'' in her musical work prior to her debut album in 2005 and "Ming Lok Tai" in a singing competition in 2000. As of 2006, her father resides in Hong Kong, while her mother resides in South Korea. She learned English while attending international schools in Hong Kong.


Before becoming an artist herself, Vidal had always enjoyed singing. Her voice came to the attention of renowned producer Mark Lui by chance when she recorded the backing vocals for one of mega star Leon Lai's songs in 2001. Vidal left a favourable impression on Lui, as upon Lui's stumbling across her voice he informed Leon, who in turn decided to offer Vidal a contract with Amusic , a newly-formed record label where Leon Lai is a major investor . As a result, Vidal became the first newcomer to sign for Amusic in 2004.

Music career

In her first concert, Janice stated that she was signed by Amusic around 2003. However Leon thought that she could not speak Cantonese properly back then and allocated her to work as an office assistant. Since Amusic only start operating from 28 July 2004, Janice might have actually worked for Paciwood Music and Entertainment Corporation instead of Amusic.

During 2004 Leon Lai transferred himself as a singer and management of Amusic, after Christmas 2004, Janice started catching the media's attention by covering in English one of Leon's essential tunes "Long Distance" on the radio. The cover song quickly became a hit. Some fans initially thought it was an overseas singer who was covering one of Leon's classic hits, but were surprised to find out the singer was an unknown Hong Kong rookie. Since it was Christmas in Hong Kong at the time, Vidal's first song was swiftly followed by a Christmas version of another Leon Lai cover "不可一世" . The Cantonese cover of "Long Distance" was aired on radio in Spring 2005 for the first time.

By April 2005, Vidal had become known as a mysterious singer who sung several cover versions of Leon Lai's songs, but whose face has never been shown in public. After roughly six months of radio publicity and building public anticipation, her face was finally unveiled when her debut album "Day & Night" was released on 13 April 2005. Fellow Cantopop singer, Justin Lo, was a big part of this album's production, and it soon became a hit. On 25 November 2005, Vidal released her second album "My Love", a rarity for a newcomer in Hong Kong's music industry.

She won all the newbies singers awards in 2005 that were awarded by Hong Kong media. They were Commercial Radio Hong Kong ''2005 Best Female Newbies - Gold'', RTHK ''2005 Best Female Newbies - Gold'', TVB ''2005 Best Female Newbies - Gold'' and Metro Radio ''I-Tech Metro Best Newbies 2005'' .

In mid-December 2005, Vidal was nominated by for the 2005 Hong Kong Music Award for Best Female Singer. A year later she got re-nominated by Commercial Radio Hong Kong and obtain Bronze in the Best Female singer category for 2006.

In an interview on, Charles Ying stated that is not Vidal's first language and asked how Vidal dealt with this difficulty. Vidal admitted that she does not read Chinese but uses English to help her pronounce words that she sings in the recording studio, however she replied that she is quicker at recognising Chinese characters.

Vidal held her first concert series in Hong Kong from 29th March to 1st April, 2007, as part of her 4-night stint at Hong Kong Coliseum. It was called "My First Concert."

Janice's fourth studio album is set to be released in October 2008, with eager fans awaiting her return to the HK music scene.

Statue of Janice

Although Janice is one of the newbie in Cantopop, her single "Run Away from Home " had been recognised by the current Chief Executive of Hong Kong Donald Tsang.

From 28 April 2007 to 13 May 2007 Madame Tussauds Hong Kong organised "Madame Tussauds - Your Celebrity Choice for this Summer" competition with an aim to select new wax portrayal to be displayed in Madame Tussauds museum Vidal won the competition in May and her wax portrayal started to display in the glamour section on 18 July 2007. The statue wore a green ballet dress used during "My First Concert"

Jill Vidal

Janice Vidal's twin sister Jill Vidal is also a singer. Jill was signed by the same record label as Janice at the end of 2005 and released her first song in December 2005. Although their voices sound virtually the same, Jill has a notably different style from Janice; her songs tend to be more hard-core R&B and are also more fast-paced, while Janice has a heavier Pop feel to her songs.



Musical Film



Music Pop Chart

Jan Lamb

Jan Lamb Hoi Fong is a Hong Kong celebrity in the Cantopop industry. As a popular DJ/pop singer/actor, Jan is the elder brother of actor/DJ/game host and younger brother of singer and radio personality . Many fans call him affectionately by his nickname 'LambDawg'.

He formed a rap duo during the late 80s with fellow MC and comedian Eric Kot, called 'Softhard' .

Radio DJ

He DJ's for Commercial Radio 2, hosting several successful programmes. His most current one ''On a Clear Day'' is a 3-hour morning show which airs from 7 to 10am from Monday to Friday. This three-hour programme is hosted by Jan Lamb, Matt Chow and Michelle Lo.

Stand-up Comedy

In 2005 Jan gave a successful series of stand-up comedy shows , which all sold out. Jan also released a new song album which has sold very well to the extent that he has been nominated for the "best male singer award" by Chik Chak 903 .

TV commercials

Jan Lamb lends his voice to a huge number of television commercials in Hong Kong including. One of his most successful commercial was for Gummi Mini Burgers which was made up of a dialog script of only one word repeated three times. The script read '食多啲 食多啲 食多啲啦' which literally meant 'Eat More, Eat More, Eat More!'. Jan Lamb also dubbed the cantonese version of Hong Kong Disneyland grand opening commercial.

As Softhard, he was also a part of McDonald's Hong Kong's TV advertising campaign with Janice Vidal and Charles Ying.


He is an alumnus of St. Teresa's School Kowloon and St. Joseph's College, Hong Kong.


His father was a Shanghainese suit maker. He grew up in a cozy family, where he was able to freely grow and develop his creative and artistic skills.

His eldest sister is Sandy Lamb Shan-Shan who was also a DJ with Commercial Radio.

His younger brother is Jerry Lamb Hiu-Fung who is an actor and also DJ with Commercial Radio.

Jan is married to retired female singer Cass Phang and they have two daughters - Lamb Wing and Lamb Ching.

Ti Lung is his uncle, i.e. his mother's brother.

Yao Lee

Yao Lee, also credited as Yiu Lei and Miss Hue Lee, was a singer from the 1930s to the 1970s and sister of Yao Min. By the 1940s, she became one of the Seven great singing stars.


Born in Shanghai, Yao began performing with a radio appearance there in 1935 at the age of 13. She was signed to .

Following the seizure of power in China in 1949, popular music was considered ideologically suspect and Yao fled to Hong Kong in 1950 to continue her singing career there. She stopped singing in 1967 with the death of her brother, but took an executive position with in 1969. In 1970, she returned to performing and traveled to Taiwan to perform there for the first time and sought unsuccessfully to sign Teresa Teng to EMI for the Hong Kong market. She retired officially in 1975 but remained supportive of singers such as Wakin Chau.


During the 1930s and 40s, Yao Lee's high, soft singing style was typical of Chinese popular music of the time. She performed numerous popular standards, such as ''Wishing You Happiness and Prosperity'' with her brother Yao Min. She is famous for her 1940 version of ''Rose, Rose, I Love You'', later recorded by Frankie Laine in the United States with English lyrics. . Yao was known as "the Silver Voice" alluding to fellow Shanghai singer Zhou Xuan who was known as "the Golden Voice".

With increasing Western influence in the region after World War II and her move to Hong Kong, Yao Lee's singing changed. She was introduced to more Western popular music and became an admirer of singer Patti Page whom she emulated by lowering her voice and incorporating some vocal mannerisms. As a result, Yao is sometimes called "Hong Kong's Patti Page."

Yao was extremely prolific with over 400 gramophone records attributed to her.

Yan Ng

Yan Ng Yat-Yin , born November 25, 1983, is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer and .


*''My Sweetie
*''The Unusual Youth''
*''It Had to Be You!''
*''Crazy n' the City''
*''Dancing Lion''
*''Naraka 19''
*''Love is Elsewhere''

Warren Mok

Warren Mok , a world-renowned Hong Kong tenor, has performed many leading roles since his European debut in 1987 at the Deutsche Opera Berlin. He has also made frequent guest appearances in leading opera theatres and famous concert halls throughout the world.

He has a repertoire of 50 operatic roles, including Calaf in Turandot, Cavaradossi in Tosca, Don José in Carmen and Radames in A?da. He has recorded many solo albums and opera CDs, including Il Trovatore, Simon Boccanegra, Roma, Robert le diable and Les Huguenotts. He has also appeared regularly on television and radio programs worldwide.

In recent years, Mok has been active in Asia not only as a singer but as a producer, with a mission to bring the culture of western opera to the mass audience. He is the Artistic Director of the Macao International Music Festival and Advisor to the Shanghai Opera House, Shanghai Symphony and China National Opera House, and recently was in the program planning and marketing section of the Macao Cultural Center. He has also produced many concerts in other Asian regions, collaborating with world-renowned conductors and singers. He founded Opera Hong Kong in 2003 and is its Artistic Director.

Tsin Ting

Tsin Ting is a Chinese singer and dubbing artist, who is perhaps best known as the Marni Nixon of .


Tsin Ting arrived in Hong Kong in 1949 with her brother after China came under communist rule. Left to fend for herself after her brother left for Taiwan, she sang in nightclubs to earn some money. In 1953, she recorded a Cantonese song, "One Day When We Were Young", on one side of a 78 but refused to do the other after finding her command of the language not up to par.

In 1954, she auditioned for EMI Pathé when they were recruiting new talent but was told by composer Yao Min who auditioned her that her vocals lacked power and energy. She was offered instead, a part in the chorus. In 1956, she was signed on as a solo artist after Miriam Wang, the chief executive, took notice of her. Her first record was two songs from the Shaw & Sons film ''Narcissus'', where she dubbed for actress Shih Ying. Her self-taught ability to read music was an added bonus as this saved valuable studio time. Film studios soon began using her to dub their musical films.

During a recording session, director Li Han-hsiang heard her singing at the studio, dubbing a song for actress Yu Suqiu in the Shaw movie ''Lady in Distress'' . Impressed with her voice, he had her dub for film star Lin Dai in his next film ''Diau Charn''. The film was a great success all over Southeast Asia and won several Asian Film Festival awards. Thereafter, when Li went on to film ''The Kingdom And The Beauty'', Tsin Ting was roped in to dub for Lin Dai once again.

Tsin Ting dubbed many of Shaw Brothers' Huangmei Opera movies from the 1950s to the 1960s. The most notable was ''The Love Eterne'' , where she sang for lead actress Betty Loh Ti in the role of Zhu Yingtai. The pathos and emotional impact of her singing, along with Loh Ti's excellent acting, moved viewers to tears. She left Shaw Studio as a contract singer in 1970 but continued recording albums on EMI in the 1970s, Wing Hung in the 1980s, and Polygram in the 1990s.

In 2000, Tsin Ting made a remarkable career resurgence with soldout concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum with Liu Yun, Tsui Ping and Wu Yingyin; she repeated the feat two years later with Liu, Wu and Billie Tam. In 2006, she was the guest singer at a Donald Cheung concert singing a famous Bai Guang classic and then duetting with Donald. This is available on DVD.

Selected Filmography

Shaw Brothers Limited

Huangmei Opera Movies

* ''Diau Charn'' - 1958
* ''The Kingdom and the Beauty'' - 1959
* ''Return of the Phoenix'' -1962
* ''The Story of Sue San'' - 1962
* ''The Adulteress'' - 1962
* ''The Love Eterne'' - 1963
* ''Three Sinners'' - 1962
* ''The Amorous Lotus Pan'' - 1963
* ''The Comedy of Mismatches'' - 1963
* ''The Female Prince'' - 1963
* ''The Butterfly Chalice'' - 1963
* ''A Maid From Heaven'' - 1963
* ''The Lotus Lamp'' - 1963
* ''Beyond the Great Wall'' - 1964
* ''The Mermaid'' - 1964
* ''The West Chamber'' - 1964
* ''The Midnight Murder'' -1964
* ''The Perfumed Arrow'' - 1966
* ''The Pearl Phoenix'' - 1967
* ''Forever and Ever'' - 1968
* ''The Mirror and the Lichee'' - 1968
* ''The Three Smiles'' - 1969

Contemporary Movies

* ''The Magic Touch''
* ''The Shepherd Girl''
* ''Till the End of Time''
* ''Song of Tomorrow''
* ''Pink Tears''
* ''4 Sisters''
* ''Poison Rose''
* ''Swan Song''
* ''Angel With the Iron Fists''
* ''Hong Kong Nocturne''
* ''Hong Kong Rhapsody''
* ''The Dancing Millionairess''
* ''Songfest''
* ''My Dreamboat''
* ''Moonlight Serenade''
* ''Susanna''
* ''The Warlord and the Actress''
* ''The Millionaire Chase''
* ''The Blue & Black''

Teresa Cheung Tak Lan

Teresa Cheung Tak-lan was one of the members of the Four Golden Flowers early in her career, and later became a famous Hong Kong singer in the 1980s. She participated in the entertainment industry since she was a child . She is also a .

The song that she sang for the TVB series People in the Net made her famous. She also sang the main theme for the series The Return of the Condor Heroes and three of its subthemes.

Steven Cheung Chi-Hang

Steven Cheung Chi-Hang is a Hong Kong singer and actor. Steven Cheung was a member of the Cantopop , Boy'Z from 2002-2006. He is now the leader in the Cantopop , Sun Boy'z.


Early life and career

Steven Cheung was born in Holland and raised in Hong Kong to a mother and a father. He has two elder sisters and a younger brother. One of his elder sisters, Jan Cheung, is a member of the Hong Kong Cantopop music duo . His younger brother, Ryan Cheung, is a freelance model.

As a young boy, Steven has never been studious. He did not do well in school and always had to repeat the same grade level. He began when he was a teenager and auditioned for the Emperor Entertainment Group before finishing high school. He was signed, but the company required him to finish high school, which was against his will. Steven began his career in the entertainment industry as one-half of the duo Boy'Z with Kenny Kwan in 2002-2005. When Kwan left Boy'Z in January 2005, Cheung continued the duo with Dennis Mak. In June 2006, when William Chan, joined Boy'Z and the group was renamed as Sun Boy'z. Steven then became the frontman of the band.

In 2003, he started filming movies with Kenny and has appeared in many movies such as ''The Death Curse'', ''Bug Me Not!'', ''The Haunted School'' and ''A Chinese Tall Story''. In many movies he has appeared alongside his partner Kenny and other members of the company EEG, mostly Twins. But when Kenny went solo in 2005, Steven pursued his acting career individually. He and Kenny have also starred a movie named ''6:00 AM'', with them as the main leads; In 2005, he made a horror movie named ''The Haunted School'', with his new partner Dennis Mak, although it was not released until early 2007; In 2008, he starred a movie called ''Yes, I Can See Dead People'' and played the main lead himself.


Steven is a tenor with a smooth voice. His voice used to be higher at age 18-20 during Boy'z early years with Kenny Kwan. On their final album ''Boy'z Can Cook'', his voice is noticeably lower than their earlier EPs and album.


*The Death Curse
*Papa Loves You
*New Police Story
*6 AM
*Bug Me Not!
*Moments of Love
*A Chinese Tall Story
*49 Days
*The Knot
*McDull, The Alumni
*Twins Mission
*Super Fans
*Yes, I Can See Dead People
*A Decade of Love

Television Series

*All About Boy'z
*Hearts Of Fencing
*Sunshine Heartbeat
*Kung Fu Soccer
*Supreme Fate


As Boy'Z:

* LaLa 世界
* LaLa 世界
* 一起喝采
* A Year to Remember
* A Year To Remember
* Boy'zone 男生圍
* Boy'zone
* Boy'z Can Cook
* Joy to the World Christmas Hits
* 星Mobile超時空接觸演唱會
* 八星報囍賀賀囍
* Sun Boy'z - Sun Boy'z
* Say Goodbye
* Sun Boy'z - All For 1
* Sun Boy'z - First Date

Sherman Chung

Sherman Chung Shu-man, is a Hong Kong cantopop singer. She started her career after winning the 2005 EEG Singing Contest . During 2006, she underwent a series of intensive training and released her first single "The Throes of Master" in 2007. She hopes to promote herself through her multi-talented singing techniques and dancing skills.


*2007 - Good Girl? - July 26
*2008 - - March 20


*2008 - Love is Elsewhere


*2005 - EEG Singing Contest - Golden Mic Award



Sammy Leung

Sammy Leung Chi Kin is a popular DJ/MC/actor in Hong Kong's .

Life and career

Sammy Leung tried out for being a DJ on when he was in the New Asia College of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. At that time, he was working part-time. However Sammy became a DJ and took the name Kelvin at first. Then he used his own name and converted it to a translation as his DJ name. From that day, he was called Sammy .

A few years later in his DJ career, he was paired with Kitty Yuen Siu Yi and continue their partnership till today.

One of Sammy's show that is without Siu Yi is Sammy Moving that includes the members Leo Chim, Ah So, Marco, and recently joined Seven Luk .

Sammy co-hosted ''Minutes to Fame'' with Miriam Yeung.

Sammy starred in a Hong Kong movie ''Breeze of July'' with Monie Tung in 2007. It was the Opening Film of the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival 2007.

In 2008, Sammy starred in his own talk show, titled "The Show Must Go Wrong" at the Hong Kong International Trade and Exhibition Centre's Star Hall.

2006 Radio controversy

Sammy was reprimanded in 2006 by Commercial Radio Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Government over an online poll that was organized by his show. The poll, titled "The female artist whom you want to sexually harass most", created an enormous furore. As a result, CRHK was fined by the government for a hefty sum, and Sammy was suspended for 2 months, during which he could not take up any paid jobs but instead had to attend to classes on media ethics. His role as host on TVB's ''15/16'' quiz show was also revoked.

After the future, Sammy was even more popular than before because their fans appreciated what he had done to overcome the obstacles. They also played a stage show called Big Nose. They claimed that they learned a lot from mistakes they had made, and they also received a great deal of friend and family support.

Ryan Lam

Ryan Lam is a Hong Kong cantopop singer who debuted in 2007 with his self titled album "Ryan Lam".


*Ryan Lam