Moving here, you too can listen Faye Wong’s songs, the famous Chinese singer loving Hong Kong. Right eating here? Restaurant Sham Shui Po (neighbourhood gem), offering some of the best “dim sums” in Hong Kong. Its historic transportation-taking locals between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. Using Star Ferry (do not miss the views from the upper deck), you too can get the best views of the Hong Kong skyline, along Victoria Harbour. Looking for souvenirs? Rummage for hidden gems, at the Temple Street Night Market (a nightly street bazaar), where hundreds of stalls pop up after the sun goes down.
She become Chinese singer-songwriter and actor often referred to as “the Diva”. From 1985 to 1987 (while still in high school), despite her mother’s opposition, she released six low-cost cover albums. He was born in Beijing, into an August day, 1969, in the midst of China’s Cultural Revolution, the daughter of a mining engineer and a music soprano. As a student, FAYE WONG was involved in singing and attracted interest from several publishers. She moved to British Hong Kong in 1987, where came to public attention in the early 1990s by singing in Cantonese. In 1993, she wrote lyrics for her ballad “No Regrets”, which led many to praise her as a gifted lyricist.
In 2009, former CCTV president revealed that she was banned by the station for some time, after refusing to change the lyrics of a song. FAYE WONG represents a certain era of pop music and a vision of being unique. In 2004 and 2005, as well as in 2011 and 2012, she was ranked in the top 5 on the Forbes China Celebrity 100. One of her concerts in Hong Kong was published on CD, VHS and Laserdisc.
EYES ON ME – Whenever sang my songs on the stage, on my own, whenever said my words wishing they would be heard, I saw you smiling at me. Was it real or just my fantasy. You’d always be there in the corner of this tiny in little bar, my last night here for you, same old songs, just once more my last night tear with you? Maybe yes, maybe no. I rather liked it to your way in which you shyly placed your eyes on me. Oh, did you ever know? That I had mine on you darling, so there you are with that look on your face, as if you’re never hurt, as if you’re never down. Shall I be the one for you who pinches you softly but sure, if frown is shown then I will know that you are no dreamer. So let me come to you close as I wanted to be close enough for me, to feel your heart beating fast, and stay.
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