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Taipei, Taiwan (1999 – present)

Elva Hsiao (蕭亞軒), born August 24, 1979 in Taipei, Taiwan, is a Taiwanese pop singer, dancer, and model.

She speaks and writes fluent English, due to having lived for a year or two during her highschool years in Vancouver, BC, Canada. While in Vancouver, she entered the New Talent Singing Awards Vancouver Audition 1998 with her birth name of 蕭雅之. She became one of the 12 finalists but did not place in the top 5. The song she sang was CoCo Lee’s “Love Me A While Longer 愛我久一點”. Also in the competition that year were 3 other Taiwanese celebrities, 183 Club member Jacky Chu 祝釩剛 (who was the winner), DJ Ruby Lu 盧春如 (1st Runner-Up) and 蜜雪薇琪 (Michelle*Vickie) member Michelle Hsu (now known as Mimi or Michelle).

Elva was originally signed to Virgin Records Taiwan, a sub-label of EMI, which created the stage name of 蕭亞軒 for her. Her self-titled début album in 1999 sold over 1 million copies in Asia and cemented her status in the Chinese music industry. Virgin Records and Elva parted ways in summer of 2004.

In 2005, Elva signed with Warner Music Taiwan. In 2007, her 8th album, 1087 was released. After her contract ended with Warner in 2008, she returned to EMI Virgin Records, which is now Gold Typhoon.

Since then, she has released an album every year. Elva’s latest album titled 蕭灑小姐, was released in Sept. 2010.

(1999) Elva Hsiao Self-Titled Album
(2000) Red Rose
(2001) Tomorrow
(2001) Elva First (English Album)
(2002) 4U


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