Tagged: waa (wei ru xuan)
Waa Wei finally released the music video for You Lovely Bastard (還是要相信愛情啊混蛋們) with a music video directed by Lai Ying Yu (賴映伃).
It’s that time of the year again~
It’s that time of the year again! The best of my 2014 Music Year.
Waa Wei has released her second music video titled In an Uncertain World (在不確定的世界裡), an extract off of her latest album titled You Lovely Bastard (還是要相信愛情啊混蛋們), directed by Huang Zhong Ping and featuring Cheer Chen.
Taiwanese singer composer Waa Wei has released the music video for Desert Island Without a Friday (沒有星期五的無人島), her latest single directed by Liao Ren Shuai (廖人帥).
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.
Taiwanese singer Waa Wei releases this fun folksy rock song titled Three Words (三個字) from her recently released album No Crying (不允許哭泣的場合), directed by Lai Ying Yu (賴映伃).
Waa Wei is on a roll promoting a new music video for the song titled Meteorite (隕石), a strangely inviting folk song that turns rock with hints of classical elements.
Taiwanese indie folk singer Waa Wei returns with her latest album, No Crying (不允許哭泣的場合), set for a November 10th release which includes her latest single Good Night, Good Night (晚安晚安).
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.