Moon Tang talks to the Post about the song she bares all her emotions on and why her second album will be different. Photo: Dickson Lee
Moon Tang talks to the Post about the song she bares all her emotions on and why her second album will be different. Photo: Dickson Lee

Say goodbye to the old Moon Tang: Hong Kong singer on writing as therapy, life as a daydreamer and being ‘naked’ in a song

  • Hong Kong singer Moon Tang is still not used to baring her emotions like she does in single ‘i love u’ but is determined to forge a new path on her second album
  • The 23-year-old tells the Post why writing songs is her catharsis and why she has ‘worked too hard to be summarised by the way I dress or act’

Moon Tang talks to the Post about the song she bares all her emotions on and why her second album will be different. Photo: Dickson Lee
Moon Tang talks to the Post about the song she bares all her emotions on and why her second album will be different. Photo: Dickson Lee
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