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Teresa Teng: An Asian Idol Loved in Japan
Last year marked the twentieth anniversary of the death of Teresa Teng, an Asian pop legend who won fame in Japan with a string of hits. Teng was only 42 when she suffered a fatal asthma attack in 1995 while at a holiday resort in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
As China's rock scene matures, female musicians are finally starting to gain
Suna, for instance, said Gemini once performed a daringly iconoclastic cover of Teresa Teng's pop ballad "Sweet Honey Honey," only to be greeted with shock and even criticism from the audience.
Inside the Fight to Save Hong Kong's Last Movie Palace
HK musical about deceased Taiwanese pop diva Teresa Teng warmly received
The musical tells the tale of Teresa Teng, one of the most popular singers in Asia during the 70s and 80s. Teng was Taiwanese and never performed in mainland China due to political reasons. She repeatedly turned down invitations to visit the People's ...
Concert review: Teresa Teng Musical a nostalgic retelling of late Taiwanese

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