Ông Hui

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Ông Hui

Ông Hui (王菲; Faye Wong; 1969 nî 8 goe̍h 8 ji̍t chhut-sì ), chá-kî ê gē-miâ hō-chò Ông Chēng-bûn (王靖雯), sī Hiong-káng ê Hôa-gí koa-chhiú, hō͘ lâng hō chi̍t-ê phian-miâ kiò-chò Thian-hiō (天后).[1]Pak-kiann tshut-sì, tuè in lāu-pē puann-tshù kàu Ing-sio̍k Hiong-káng tīng-ki. 1990 nî-tāi tsá-kî, Ông Hui tshiùnn Ua̍t-gí(粵語) tsîng-kua tshiùnn tshut miâ-siann, khai-sí khip-ín tāi-tsiòng ê tsù-ì. Tsū 1994 nî khai-sí, i tuā-pōo-hūn ê tsok-phín lóng sī bú-gí Huâ-gí uî-tsú, tiānn-tiānn koh sī ka-siōng alternative music ê tsú-liû Huâ-gí liû-hîng kua-khik.[2] 2000 nî, Ông Hui khì hōo Guinness jīn-tīng sī Best Selling Canto-Pop Female.[3] Tē-jī kái hun-in liáu-āu, i lī-khui ián-gē bú-tâi, 2010 nî tsiah koh tńg-lâi.

Tû-liáu Tiong-kok, Hiong-káng, Tâi-uân kah Sin-ka-pho, Ông Hui tī Ji̍t-pún mā sī tsin ū miâ-siann.

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  1. (Eng-gí) "Pop Stop". Taipei Times. 21 November 2003. 23 April 2013 khòaⁿ--ê. Mando-pop's indomitable diva 
  2. (Eng-gí) Mitchell, Tony (2006). "Chapter 13: Tian Ci – Faye Wong and English Songs in the Cantopop and Mandopop Repertoire". Chū Homan, Shane. Access All Eras: Tribute Bands and Global Pop Culture. Open University Press. pp. 215–228. ISBN 0-335-21690-0. 4 February 2011 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  3. (Eng-gí) "Best Selling Canto-Pop Female". Guinness World Records. goân-loē-iông tī 23 March 2005 hőng khó͘-pih. 23 January 2011 khòaⁿ--ê.