Stephanie Cheng

Female cantopop singer in Hong Kong She debuted under Go East Entertainment with the song "Grown Up" in 2003 and has since released more than six albums and EPs.

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Pakho Chau

Hong Kong Cantopop singer, songwriter, and actor.

Pakho Chau in 2013

In May 2008, a duet with Cantopop starlet Stephanie Cheng was released, called "Nothing Done" (一事無成).

Australian International School Hong Kong

Private co-educational international school in Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China.

School field and building in 2019
School field and building in 2019

Stephanie Cheng, singer


Genre of pop music written in standard Chinese and sung in Cantonese.

Twins at the height of the group's popularity
Mirror in 2020

Stephanie Cheng

Hooked on You (film)

2007 Hong Kong comedy-drama film directed and edited by Law Wing-Cheong and produced by Johnnie To and his production company Milkyway Image.

Teaser poster
Luen Wo Market was temporarily turned into "Fortune Market" for the purpose of the film

Stephanie Cheng

Seven 2 One

2009 Hong Kong crime drama film directed by Danny Pang.

Stephanie Cheng

1984 in music

List of notable events in music that took place in the year 1984.

January 20: Toni Gonzaga
February 9:Han Geng
April 10: Mandy Moore
November 12: Sandara Park

October 10 – Stephanie Cheng, Cantopop Hong Kong singer

Anita Mui

Hong Kong singer and actress who made major contributions to the Cantopop music scene and received numerous awards and honours.

Mui in 1968
Mui at the "Anita Classic Moment Live 2003" concert in the Hong Kong Coliseum
Mui's star on the Avenue of Stars
One of the care centres established by Mui.
Bronze statue of Anita Mui in Hong Kong

Singers who participated in the show included Andy Hui, Edmond Leung, and Stephanie Cheng.

New Talent Singing Awards Vancouver Audition

Annual singing contest organized by Fairchild Television in Vancouver, held every July.

2007 Stephanie Cheng 鄭融

Andes Yue

Radio DJ and TV presenter in Hong Kong, nicknamed 發仔 (pronounced faat jai in Cantonese).

He has interviewed many famous Cantopop and Mandopop singers including Dave Wong, Faye Wong, Leon Lai, Andy Lau, Sandy Lam, Eason Chan, Stephanie Cheng, Joey Yung, the late Leslie Cheung, Leehom Wang, Stephy Tang, Alex Fong, Janice Vidal, S.H.E, Twins, 2R, Vanness Wu and Kangta.

Hong Kong English pop

Hong Kong English pop are English language songs that are made, performed and popularised in Hong Kong.

So-called "Hongkonger ethnic group" is manually added in the questionnaire of the 2020 New Zealand census.

Other artists who are fluent in English include Coco Lee, Janice Vidal, Jill Vidal, Kelly Chen, Karen Joy Morris, Astor Fong, Fiona Sit, Edison Chen, Justin Lo, Kary Ng, Stephanie Cheng, Julio Acconci and Dino Acconci of Soler.