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  1. Z-Chen Chang (traditional Chinese: 張智成; simplified Chinese: 张智成; pinyin: Zhāng Zhìchéng, born May 8, 1973) more commonly known as Z-Chen, is a…

  2. 藍又時 (born January 31, 1985; real name: 黃美如) is a Taiwanese singer.…

  3. 動力火車 (Power Station) is a Taiwanese pop rock duo that debuted in 1997, signed with What's Music International Incorporated (上華唱片) at the time…

  4. 蕭閎仁 (Hsiao Hung Jen) born on August 24, 1984 is a male singer from Taiwan. He became well-known at 11 years old when he won a popular Taiwanese…

  5. Ricky Hsiao (蕭煌奇) is a Taiwanese singer born on September 22nd, 1976 in Banciao, Taiwan. He sings in both Tai-Pop (Hokkien Pop) and Mandopop.

  6. Tiger Huang (黃小琥 / Huang Xiao Hu), born 1963, June 21, is a Taiwanese singer.

  7. Y2J (traditional Chinese: 神木與瞳; simplified Chinese: 神木与瞳; pinyin: shén mù yǔ tóng) is a Taiwanese rock band composed of two participants in the…

  8. Luo Meiling (Family name: Youkui Wutao, 1979, December 9), Taiwan aboriginal singer, actor, was born Hsinchu County Jianshih, Township, New Music…

  9. Shin (信樂團) is a Taiwanese five-man rock group that made their debut in 2002. The origin of the band's name can be traced to the group's lead…

  10. 小宇 (Xiao Yu) is a male singer from Taiwan. He is a part of a production group that is responsible for artists like Twins, Nicholas Tse, Danson Tang,…

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