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Vivian Dawson

Vivian Dawson (born July 18, 1984), better known by his stage name Jinrong (simplified Chinese: 锦荣; traditional Chinese: 錦榮), is a New Zealand actor and model.

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Jolin Tsai

Jolin Tsai

Jolin Tsai ([tsˈaɪ]; Chinese: 蔡依林; born September 15, 1980) is a Taiwanese singer, songwriter, and actress. Referred to as the "Queen of C-Pop", she is considered one of the most influential people in Chinese popular culture. She is known for her continual reinvention and versatility in music style and visual image, and she has achieved great reputation and popularity in the Chinese-speaking world. She is also regarded as one of the key popularizers of dance-pop as mainstream music in Greater China, and she remains completely in charge of every aspect of her career. Her works, which incorporate social themes, have been met with both commercial success and critical acclaim.

In 1998, Tsai won the champion at a television singing competition show produced by MTV Mandarin. In 1999, she released her debut album, 1019. The album was an instant hit, and her first incarnation of the girl next door made her become a teen idol with a huge teenage fan base. In 2003, she released her fifth studio album Magic, which reflected her first musical reinvention and marked the beginning of her dance-oriented musical direction. In 2006, she released her eighth studio album Dancing Diva, whose slick dance songs and dazzling dance moves established her representative status as a dance-pop artist in the C-pop music industry.

In 2009, Tsai founded the company Eternal and started to be completely in charge of her career. In 2010, she released her eleventh studio album Myself, considered one of the most experimental albums in the C-pop music industry. In 2012, she released her twelfth studio album Muse, which integrated pop music and pop art and spanned mainstream and independent music. In 2014, she released her thirteenth studio album Play, which incorporated various social themes and further thrust her into the international spotlight. In 2018, she released her fourteenth studio album Ugly Beauty, which explored traditional aesthetic criteria and bipolarity of human feelings and was regarded as a leading example of C-pop music production.

With sales of over 25 million records, Tsai is the highest-selling Taiwanese female recording artist since 2000. Since her 2003 album, Magic, all of her studio albums became at least the year's highest-selling album by a female artist in Taiwan, and four became the year's highest-selling album by any artist. She has won six Golden Melody Awards, making her the female Mandopop artist with the most awards. She has been ranked top 20 six times on the Forbes China Celebrity 100, and for three of those times she was ranked the highest-paid female singer. In 2014, Next Magazine reported that her net worth exceeded NT$2 billion.

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