Put four of talented singers on one stage and one might expect ego-driven friction and diva-esque misbehaviour. Not so with Chyi Yu, Michelle Pan, Wan Fang and Shino Lin of Taiwan, who are set to take to the stage in a one-night-only concert at The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Arena on June 10.


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 Under the banner Power Woman Concert In Macao 2017, each of these four individuals with unique singing styles will be coming together through their love of music, their womanhood and shared experiences. With themes of female identity, independence, love, relationships and family, fans can expect an evening of camaraderie, emotional honesty, humour and exceptional music.

With more than a million records sold collectively, the four talented singers will not only be performing their own greatest hits but will also be collaborating to give the audience a night to remember.

Chyi Yu


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The folk-pop singer hit Chyi Yu is best known for her 1979 Mando-pop hit The Olive Tree, written by the late Taiwanese composer and songwriter Li Tai-hsiang. She also collaborated with Li on a number of her other songs, including Daylight Avenue, Walking In The Rain and Your Smiling Face. Her melodic tunes, which in 1970s Taiwan were coined "campus folk songs", set the trend for a generation. She won a Golden Melody Award for Best Mandarin Female Singer in 1998.

Michelle Pan


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Singer-songwriter Michelle Pan is famous for her highly acclaimed Taiwanese language album The Way of Love in 1988, and altogether has seven albums in the legendary Taiwan Top 100 Album chart. She picked up a Golden Melody Award for Best Mandarin Album in 1990, has appeared in many music videos and enjoys popularity in Chinese language communities across China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and beyond.

Wan Fang


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Wan Fang is a singer, actress and radio DJ celebrated for her sonorous, gentle voice and as the performer of the original theme to the film C'est la Vie, Mon Cheri. She has appeared in theatre, as well as in movies such as Sweetheart (2005), Deceitful Silk (2006), Times (2009) and Leaving Gracefully (2011), and was nominated at the 22nd Golden Melody Awards under Best Mandarin Female Singer for her Let's Not Be Sad album.

Shino Lin


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Singer and actress Shino Lin is noted for her role in the popular movie Cape No. 7 and hits Tempting Heart, Annoyance, Music All Night, Goodbye My Love and She Knows. She won the 1999 International Viewer's Choice award for MTV Mandarin for her song Annoyance.

 June 10
Cotai Arena, The Venetian Macao
+853 2882 8818, cotaiticketing.com


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