Mando-pop diva Sherry 'A-Mei' Chang Hui-mei is calling for donations to aid Taiwan's typhoon victims. Born into an indigenous family in the rugged mountains of eastern Taiwan, Chang said her hometown was among one of the affected areas hit by mudslides and floods triggered by typhoon Morakot, which Taiwan recently. The floods caused by the typhoon are described as the worst in half a century. 'I have phoned all my family and friends and, luckily, they were safe. But when I watched the news on TV knowing that some other villages close to my home were badly affected, I felt really bad for these victims. 'I realise how sad it is to lose your family and home. I hope other people can donate to help these victims live through this crisis and also to help them rebuild their homes,' Chang said during her visit to Hong Kong this week to prepare for the Summer Pop concert that runs today and tomorrow at AsiaWorld-Arena. The 37-year-old singer will return to her hometown tomorrow to attend a fund-raising show. Meanwhile, Chang (right) has donated money, food and some basic necessities to the victims. It was reported that singer Jay Chou Chieh-lun and Wang Lee-hom had each donated NT$2 million (HK$471,000) while fellow artists Jolin Tsai Yi-lin, Show Luo Zhi-xiang, Rainie Yang Cheng-lin and Stanley Huang Li-xing had jointly donated NT$3 million to the relief fund.