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Vivian Hsu's Latest Japanese CD: Huhai no Koibito

Few artists have a foothold in as many markets as Vivian Hsu does. Being extremely successful in Japan, she has also managed to succeed in Taiwan, Korea and Hong Kong. Another solo album, this album contains four songs recorded in Japan and three never released songs.


***Sega's "Pooch" and Vivian Hsu star in movie***
The popular Robot Pets, which do cute movements and don't require care like real pets, are now going to star in a movie. The title of the movie is "'That which can't become free'" The story of me and Pooch." The cast is Sega Toys big robot "Pooch" along with Vivain Hsu, who co-stars. The movie was shown at a movie festival in October, and will be released in rental shops at the end of November.


Chinese name:
English name: Vivian Hsu
Date of birth:
March 19, 1975
Height: 5' 3" / 161cm
Weight: 99lbs / 45 kg.
Blood Type: A
Measurements: 33":22.5":33" / 85cm:58cm:85cm
Body mass:
17.36
Favorite car: BMW

Vivian Hsu is a Taiwanese-born singer, actress, and model. She made her music debut in 1991 at the age of 16 as a member of a female trio named ShaoNuDui (Literally, Girl's Group). This group, however, never achieved popularity and Vivian temporarily parted from singing to explore the opportunities available to her in modeling and acting. After going to Japan and achieving some popularity, she once again entered the music industry starting in 1996 by releasing a few singles and then her first solo album, all in Japanese. It's remarkable enough that she became famous in a culture and language different from her own. Learning one foreign language must not have satisfied her enough, as she went through a speed course on "how to speak Korean in one week" and released a Korean music album in the latter part of 1996. Due to rising stardom in Japan as well as a multi-million dollar contract from her planning agency, Vivian left her activities in Korea relatively unpromoted and focused back to her activities in Japan. Halfway through 1997, she joined two comedian program hosts to form a music group called the Black Biscuits. Black Biscuits was formed as a rival group to another popular Japanese music group named Pocket Biscuits. As silly as that seems to me, their songs are upbeat and pretty catchy. Now, she has returned to the Chinese music scene once again, releasing her debut solo Chinese album in Taiwan recently.