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Hebe Tien Fu-Chen (Traditional Chinese: 田馥甄; Pinyin: Tián Fūzhēn) was born on 30 March 1983 in Hsinchu City, Taiwan. She is a singer, actress, TV program hostess, and most notably a member of girl group S.H.E. She is the second child in her family. After living in Hsinchu for eighteen years, Hebe moved to Taipei after she was signed as a singer. She finished high school but did not attend university.

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Hebe appeared on Taiwanese television before she became a celebrity, when she was a 16 years old on Jacky Wu’s “Guess Guess Guess” show, where she showed her ability to play the flute. On 8 August 2000, HIM International Music held a “Universal 2000 Talent and Beauty Girl Contest” in search of new artists to be signed onto their label. The staff of the TV show “Cruel Stage” encouraged Tien to participate in this televised competition. The contest had about 1,000 contestants, and after several rounds of competition, seven contestants remained for the final round. In the first round, Tien’s voice began to crack while singing Return Home. As a result, she decided to sing in a lower key in the final round, choosing Singaporean singer Kit Chan’s Loving You (喜歡你, Xi Huan Ni). However, because she was unfamiliar with the song, about ten seconds of the final lyrics went unsung. Following the competition, the Taiwanese record company gave all seven contestants an audition. The show’s manager appreciated her straightforward personality and powerful vocals.


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  • ookawaii

    330 is coming <3

    13 Mar 2:24am Reply
  • japanesey

    Insignificance was such an amazing album, I need another hebe masterpiece

    13 Mar 12:58am Reply
  • love_hebetien she needs a new icon!! please! Thanks!

    17 Nov 2014 Reply
  • leejihyun

    vv Calm down omg

    27 Aug 2014 Reply
  • Ruuhmerces

    I'm so in love for her voice, since my love's mv, i being biased of her, she is so sewwt :( ♥

    24 Aug 2014 Reply
  • catlitta392

    Thai-Pop is from Thailand, Tai-Pop is a common term to describe Taiwanese Pop music. We all know Taiwan has a lot of problems to prove people their identity in the world, and in my opinion tagging them "Chinese" or "C-Pop" doesnt make it easier for 'em. Would you tag an American band as "English", because they actually sing in English? An US-Pop group as Britpop? As a German, I know how Austrian or Swiss people react, if I call them German. And don't say, you tag them Chinese because they sing in Chinese. I know many Taiwanese, Japanese and even German bands singing in English, but nobody tags them as English because they are simply not English. I have no interest in music from China, so I search for music tagged as "Taiwanese". With my group "Taiwanese Metal & Rock", I'm trying to give people a platform who are also interested and we are already more than 30 in! So don't call me ignorant.

    13 Jun 2014 Reply
  • AnonymousRain - here you go catlitta392, hopefully this makes you happy. So before you call people "Stupid small-minded intolerant people... " because we tag Mandarin songs as "C-Pop" or "Chinese", think twice about it. We're not ignorant people that support mainland oppression of Taiwan. You have to remember when people want to search for Mandarin music, they will search "Chinese" and "C-Pop", and so that is why we tag our songs as such, to help people find their way to the great Taiwanese music. You say somehow we're ignorant and supporting oppression of Taiwan, but we're not. We're supporting the artists and getting them more views and listens. So I think you should apologize to be honest. The only ignorant one here is you my friend.

    3 Jun 2014 Reply
  • AnonymousRain

    "Tai-Pop?" Sounds like you're saying the music is from Thailand... Taiwnaese singers sing in Mandarin. It's Mandopop. And Mandarin is often called Chinese, because it basically is. And most Chinese music comes from Taiwan anyway so what's the problem? If it makes you feel better, I will tag the artist as "Mandopop" and "Taiwanese", but if you think that's somehow going to stop Chinese Mainland oppression of Taiwan I think you're mistaken. Peace.

    3 Jun 2014 Reply
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  • ookawaii

    Happy Bday!! 330 <3

    31 Mar 2014 Reply
  • japanesey

    flawless being tbh

    8 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Ju5tinsucks

    nothing's wrong with the tags. taiwanese sing in CHINESE. bare with it.

    28 Feb 2014 Reply
  • imkencan

    【1 你就不要想起我 131】 田馥甄在lastfm好紅阿

    6 Feb 2014 Reply
  • catlitta392

    'chinese', 'c-pop'... What's wrong with the tags? It's 'taiwanese' and 'tai-pop'. Fight oppression of Taiwan and other small countries. Stupid small-minded intolerant people...

    21 Jan 2014 Reply
  • love_hebetien 投下这个 谢谢!

    19 Jan 2014 Reply
  • xookamix

    Here is group about Taiwanese pop music just add please ! :3

    9 Jan 2014 Reply
  • psmpencil 投下这个 谢谢! vote it!

    6 Jan 2014 Reply
  • coletteng

    Vote the pics up! #1 #2

    4 Jan 2014 Reply
  • alex1210264

    the new album is definitely her best so far [2]

    30 Dec 2013 Reply
  • evilcoc0nut

    the new album is definitely her best so far

    21 Dec 2013 Reply
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