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田馥甄

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Tien Fu-Jen (30 de marzo de 1983, Hsinchu) comúnmente conocida como Hebe Tien, es una cantante actriz, y presentadora de televisión taiwanesa, miembro del grupo pop S.H.E…
Hebe Tien nació el 30 de marzo de 1983 en la ciudad de Hsinchu, Taiwán, donde su familia residía. Era la segundo hija de la familia. Se quedó en Hsinchu durante dieciocho años hasta que inició su carrera artística como cantante, después se trasladó a Taipei.

El 8 de agosto del 2000, el sello HIM Internacional, celebró un concurso de Belleza y talento, basado en la búsqueda de artistas nuevos que firmen con el sello. Tien se animó a participar en un programa de televisión llamado ‘Crueles escenario’. En el concurso había cerca de 1000 participantes y después de muchas rondas de competencia, los siete participantes pasaron a una segunda vuelta. Durante la primera ronda de la serie, la voz de Hebe comenzó a romper, mientras interpretando el tema musical «Regreso a casa». Hebe decidió cantar una canción con un tono más bajo en la ronda final de la serie. La canción que eligió fue del cantante de Singapur, Kit Chan, titualado «Loving You» o en chino «Xi Huan Ni» (喜欢 你).

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  • ookawaii

    330 is coming <3

    13 Mar 2:24 Responder
  • japanesey

    Insignificance was such an amazing album, I need another hebe masterpiece

    13 Mar 0:58 Responder
  • love_hebetien

    http://cn.last.fm/music/%E7%94%B0%E9%A6%A5%E7%94%84/+images/96209257 she needs a new icon!! please! Thanks!

    17 Nov 2014 Responder
  • leejihyun

    vv Calm down omg

    27 Ago 2014 Responder
  • Ruuhmerces

    I'm so in love for her voice, since my love's mv, i being biased of her, she is so sewwt :( ♥

    24 Ago 2014 Responder
  • catlitta392

    Thai-Pop is from Thailand, Tai-Pop is a common term to describe Taiwanese Pop music. We all know Taiwan has a lot of problems to prove people their identity in the world, and in my opinion tagging them "Chinese" or "C-Pop" doesnt make it easier for 'em. Would you tag an American band as "English", because they actually sing in English? An US-Pop group as Britpop? As a German, I know how Austrian or Swiss people react, if I call them German. And don't say, you tag them Chinese because they sing in Chinese. I know many Taiwanese, Japanese and even German bands singing in English, but nobody tags them as English because they are simply not English. I have no interest in music from China, so I search for music tagged as "Taiwanese". With my group "Taiwanese Metal & Rock", I'm trying to give people a platform who are also interested and we are already more than 30 in last.fm! So don't call me ignorant.

    13 Jun 2014 Responder
  • AnonymousRain

    http://i58.tinypic.com/148dxt4.png - here you go catlitta392, hopefully this makes you happy. So before you call people "Stupid small-minded intolerant people... " because we tag Mandarin songs as "C-Pop" or "Chinese", think twice about it. We're not ignorant people that support mainland oppression of Taiwan. You have to remember when people want to search for Mandarin music, they will search "Chinese" and "C-Pop", and so that is why we tag our songs as such, to help people find their way to the great Taiwanese music. You say somehow we're ignorant and supporting oppression of Taiwan, but we're not. We're supporting the artists and getting them more views and listens. So I think you should apologize to be honest. The only ignorant one here is you my friend.

    3 Jun 2014 Responder
  • AnonymousRain

    "Tai-Pop?" Sounds like you're saying the music is from Thailand... Taiwnaese singers sing in Mandarin. It's Mandopop. And Mandarin is often called Chinese, because it basically is. And most Chinese music comes from Taiwan anyway so what's the problem? If it makes you feel better, I will tag the artist as "Mandopop" and "Taiwanese", but if you think that's somehow going to stop Chinese Mainland oppression of Taiwan I think you're mistaken. Peace.

    3 Jun 2014 Responder
  • RenoLanza

    你有一个美妙的声音!

    24 Abr 2014 Responder
  • ookawaii

    Happy Bday!! 330 <3

    31 Mar 2014 Responder
  • japanesey

    flawless being tbh

    8 Mar 2014 Responder
  • Ju5tinsucks

    nothing's wrong with the tags. taiwanese sing in CHINESE. bare with it.

    28 Feb 2014 Responder
  • imkencan

    【1 你就不要想起我 131】 田馥甄在lastfm好紅阿

    6 Feb 2014 Responder
  • catlitta392

    'chinese', 'c-pop'... What's wrong with the tags? It's 'taiwanese' and 'tai-pop'. Fight oppression of Taiwan and other small countries. Stupid small-minded intolerant people...

    21 Ene 2014 Responder
  • love_hebetien

    http://cn.last.fm/music/%E7%94%B0%E9%A6%A5%E7%94%84/+images/96209257 投下这个 谢谢!

    19 Ene 2014 Responder
  • xookamix

    Here is group about Taiwanese pop music just add please ! :3 http://www.lastfm.pl/group/Taiwanese+Pop

    9 Ene 2014 Responder
  • psmpencil

    http://cn.last.fm/music/%E7%94%B0%E9%A6%A5%E7%94%84/+images/95822485 投下这个 谢谢! vote it!

    6 Ene 2014 Responder
  • coletteng

    Vote the pics up! #1 #2

    4 Ene 2014 Responder
  • alex1210264

    the new album is definitely her best so far [2]

    30 Dic 2013 Responder
  • evilcoc0nut

    the new album is definitely her best so far

    21 Dic 2013 Responder
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