Are you ready for the next William Hung? Her singing has been described as 'an elusive pursuit of melody, like chasing mercury across a glass table'. The introduction on her website reads: 'Hi, I am Wing! I immigrated to New Zealand with my family about 10 years ago from Hong Kong. I have been learning singing in New Zealand and I do performances in rest homes and hospitals and occasionally promotional concerts as I go along.' After a New York radio station played some of Wing's songs in June, the hits on her website reached almost 100,000. Suddenly, everyone wanted to interview Wing. She agreed to the initial few but the phone just wouldn't stop ringing. Documentary makers queued up, but to no avail. Wing said she wasn't ready. Up to now, she has released eight albums, including the latest Beatles Classics by Wing. CitySeen managed to download her rendition of Don't Cry for Me Argentina. But Post staff who heard it weren't sure if the computer had a faulty sound card or if her singing was just, um, terrible. Critics say she has integrated opera singing techniques with western music, but to us, it was more like William Hung with a sex change, 40 years down the road. To hear it for yourself, go to www.wingmusic.co.nz .