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Music Walker Grasshopper in Concert

They have been around since the 1990s and they are still going strong with their recently released Mandarin album, Music Walker, confirming just how current and relevant they are. The enduring star power of Grasshopper is amazing—and it is not just Cantopop fans who love them.

Formed in 1982, the trio continues to appeal to music fans, young and old, with their music and onstage persona. Equally fascinating is their rags-to-riches story: Calvin and Remus are brothers who grew up with their neighbour, Edmond in a poor part of Hong Kong. Lady luck smiled on them in 1985 when they auditioned in the Hong Kong Talent Singing Awards. Anita Mui happened to be one of the judges, and she chatted at length with them when a blackout took place during the audition.

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Tsai Chin Live in Genting 2016

Come be mesmerised by Tsai Chin, Taiwan’s popular pop and folk singer from Taiwan who sings mainly Mandarin and Hokkien songs, and is best known for her lovely rich and emotive vocals. Adding to her popularity is her brilliant stage persona: she comes across as a highly affable and witty person.

Tsai Chin was very popular in Taiwan from the late 70s to the mid-90s, and remains just as famous in mainland China. She continues to have a huge following of fans. Some of her songs are perennial favourites that people have become familiar with, and these include The Forgotten Time, Just Like Your Tenderness, and The Last Night.

Her achievements and popularity are reflected from her album sales. At the 2007 IFPI Hong Kong Album Sales Awards, her albums, Tsai Chin Live 2007 and Golden Voice won the award of Top 10-selling Mandarin Albums of the Year.

 

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SHELL MALAYSIA MOTORCYCLE GRAND PRIX 2016

Held on 28-30 October 2016, just 4 weeks after the Malaysia F1 Grand Prix, the two biggest international motorsports events make for a high adrenaline October in Malaysia.

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Peabo Bryson, Regina Belle, Deniece Williams Greatest Hits in Genting

Revered as one of the premier male vocalists in contemporary music, Peabo Bryson's many successes include the No.1 hit, Can You Stop the Rain, the Top 10 number, Treat Her Like a Lady, and his duet with Celine Dion, Beauty and the Beast. Bryson marked his professional debut at the age of 14, singing backup for Al Freeman and the Upsetters. For several years, he worked with hometown bands, and wrote and produced for Bang. In 1976, he finally tasted big-time success when he released his debut album, Peabo that featured many songs composed by him.


 

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2016 Christmas Countdown Celebration with 3 Asian Divas

Frances Yip, Elisa Chan and Maria Cordero have been household names since the 80s and they continue to be popular figures in the entertainment world. 

Frances is widely recognised as a Hong Kong Cantopop singer but is highly versatile. She stamped her mark with her many television series theme songs from TVB back in the 80s and early 90s, but has over the years released more than 80 albums in various languages. She is able to sing in English, Indonesian, Thai, Bahasa Malaysia, Spanish, Japanese and Mandarin, among others. 

Elisa has been a big name in Hong Kong since the 80s. Her illustrious singing career that began at 16 when she joined New Topnotes, a Cantonese-language band, culminated in the 80s when as a solo artist she performed many duets with the popular Leslie Cheung. 

Maria Cordero, for her part, can always hold her own as a singer, actress, TV host and deejay. She currently has a TV show called Maria's Kitchen. Hailing from Macau, Maria earned the nickname “Fat Mama”—a term of endearment from her fans that she has long since embraced. After a string of hits in the 80s, her vocal prowess led to many offers of recording contracts, movie roles and stage performances. Director and song writer Teddy Robin began writing songs for her such as the hit “Sai Hei.”

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