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Taiwanese trio S.H.E is back with their 13th studio album, after their absence since 2010, with a music video for Heart Is Still Warm (心還是熱的), directed by Rong-ji Chang (張榮吉), who directed this year’s Taiwanese film Touch of Light (逆光飛翔).
Rodrigo and Amy talk about Psy’s Gangman Style, but the conversation differs wilder than the plots and characterization for Glee, The Newsroom, and True Blood combined.
Despite not being the embodiment of what we may think Girl Power is, S.H.E may be the girl group to be just that.
I’ve made this confession several times, but since we’re all talking about “owning music,” what the heck.
In her debut, just titled To Hebe, S.H.E member Hebe writes a letter to herself about the complicated dealings of love and self-love.
Taiwanese director Doze Niu Chen-zer gets back together with part of his Monga team for a romantic drama simply titled Love (愛).
Fifty different artists, fifty different songs released in 2011.
I can’t really be the only one, or the first one, to ever have doubted in the talent of pop idols.
Hebe Tien’s third single, Give Me a Better Rival (請你給我好一點的情敵), shows her as she looks upon and competes against her lover’s others lovers, whom she deems not worthy to be her rivals.
Hebe releases the first single from her second album, My Love, set for a September 2nd release.