Taiwanese singer-dancer Show Luo Zhi-xiang certainly travels like pop royalty. To promote his new Mando-pop album, 9ood Show, the star boarded a hired jet on Friday to attend press conferences in Hong Kong and Shanghai.Tuesday, 10 April, 2012, 12:00am
There seems to have been a steady procession of Mando-pop singers from across the Taiwan Strait taking the stage in Hong Kong lately. After last weekend's concert by Taiwan-based Malaysian songstress Fish Leong Jing-ru, next in line is Taiwanese heartthrob Show Luo Zhi-xiang.8 Jun 2011 - 12:00am
Mando-pop king Jay Chou Chieh-lun denied calling the Golden Melody Awards unfair.
Chou had been nominated regularly at the awards, Taiwan's equivalent to the Grammys, but had yet to be named best Mandarin male singer, despite his enormous popularity in many Asian cities.4 Jul 2009 - 12:00am
Hong Kong Dance Company
HK Cultural Centre Grand Theatre
Reviewed: May 302 Jun 2009 - 12:00am
Set a course for Happy Avenue
Faye Wong may be the internationally known face of female Chinese music, but on the mainland Wu Hongfei has been catching up with the diva as audiences and critics warm to her folk-influenced alternative rock.15 May 2008 - 12:00am
The Asian Art Archive is gearing up for its big annual fund-raiser just as executive director Claire Hsu Vuchot returns from maternity leave. The fund-raising dinner is this Friday at the China Club.3 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Taiwanese pop singer Show Luo Zhi-xiang signed a lucrative contract with record label EMI this week.
Despite heavy rain, the contract signing ceremony was held on a cruise liner in Victoria Harbour on Monday afternoon.26 May 2007 - 12:00am
You can control the cruise, the champagne, canapes, even the celebrities. But not the weather.
After being stranded on a pier in the pouring rain for half an hour, dozens of journalists crowded aboard a luxury cruise liner to float around Victoria Harbour while witnessing Taiwanese pop singer Show Luo Zhi-xiang sign a contract on Monday with record label EMI Capitol.24 May 2007 - 12:00am
NT$2 million fine for airing bogus footage
Taiwan's popular TVBS cable television has been slapped with a fine of NT$2 million (HK$472,000) and its president ordered to be stood down over a controversial bogus video.31 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
Taiwan's economics minister and the head of the island's Government Information Office (GIO) yesterday came under fire from opposition legislators for allegedly trying to control the media.27 Mar 2007 - 12:00am