- Print this definition... Teresa Teng. (Chinese: 鄧麗君) A taiwanese pop singer who died as a result of a severe asthma attack in 1995.
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- May 19, 2011 theatre production “The Moon Speaks For My Heart – Teresa Teng, Her Life, Her.
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- May 8, 2011 Taiwanese singer Teresa Teng evoltes memories of her immensely popular. I9".-' Us Chinese toll: and romantic songs.
- Teresa Teng fans vote for favorite songs
- 2010年4月10日 Although Taiwanese diva Teresa Teng passed away. 15 years ago, her the Teresa Teng Foundation for her fans in Taiwan, Hong.
- Broadway-style musical celebrates Teresa!
- By Chen Nan (China Daily) Fans of the late Taiwan singer Teresa Teng will have a chance to experience her music once again, in an original Broadway-style musical Love U, Teresa!
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- She lists 1970s Taiwanese legend Teresa Teng, Canadian singer-songwriter Feist, blues musician Nina Simone and even pop princess Britney Spears as some of her favourite artists. Local singer-songwriter Inch Chua gets a shout-out, too, when Life!
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- Aug 7, 2007 The Moon Represents My Heart by Teresa Teng. The greatest hits of Teresa Teng in last two decades.
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- Yusaku's Teresa Teng Page
- Nov 14, 2010 Everything about Teresa Teng. Contains background information, song collection , galleries, and more.
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- Dec 3, 2005 n May 8th 1995, 43-year-old Teresa Teng died from a severe asthma attack while on a trip to Thailand.
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