Tagged: hung yi chen (director)
Although his Western heritage has always played a big part in his music, Asian-American singer-songwriter Khalil Fong has never made his penchant for East-meets-West fusion as clear as he has with his latest album Journey to the West; inspired by the classic Chinese tale.
Odd Child (臭小孩) is the latest single from Penny Tai’s most recent studio album, directed by Chen Hung-I.
Taiwanese band Mayday has released a brand new video for their song Here, After, Us (後來的我們), directed by Chen Hung-I (陈宏一).
Khalil Fong is back with a new single titled Listen (聽, Ting), directed by Chen Hung-i.
Mayday releases their song Embrace (擁抱, Yong Bao) for the first time as a single and music video, directed by Chen Hung-i.
Director Hung-i Chen is back with some sort of experimental type of drama after his moderately successful short anthology of Candy Rain, this time around with a fresh batch of talent and a killer music score.
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.
Candy Rain is a collection of short pieces that revolve around a group of Taiwanese women who happened to be attracted to women. Neither of the stories deal specifically with the coming out process, important times in our lifespan, or deals with social order.
With her 15th studio album, A-Mei chooses to slow things down and get a little more serious.
A-Mei’s fifth single from her recently released R U Watching? is definitely a mellow, soft pop rock track in contrast to the more aggressive music video for her previous single.