The many looks and singular style of Hong Kong pop diva Faye Wong – who sang several of the 90s’ biggest hits. Photo: Handout
The many looks and singular style of Hong Kong pop diva Faye Wong – who sang several of the 90s’ biggest hits. Photo: Handout

Faye Wong’s 18 best songs – from Cantopop to grunge, Chungking Express to Final Fantasy VIII – Hong Kong’s ultimate 90s diva

From her Chinese-language covers of The Cranberries, Tori Amos and Cocteau Twins to her iconic statement album Di-Dar, Pledge and 100,000 Whys, Faye Wong left an enduring mark on the Asian music scene – strafing from alternative Western styles to big balling ballads, and embracing Cantonese before returning to her native Mandarin

The many looks and singular style of Hong Kong pop diva Faye Wong – who sang several of the 90s’ biggest hits. Photo: Handout
The many looks and singular style of Hong Kong pop diva Faye Wong – who sang several of the 90s’ biggest hits. Photo: Handout
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