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A-Mei Signs with EMI
    2007-04-17 11:13:04     CRIENGLISH.com

Taiwan pop singer A-mei poses at a press conference in Hong Kong where she signed a contract with EMI Music on Monday, April 16, 2007. [Photo: joy.online.sh.cn]

Taiwan superstar singer Chang Hui-mei has become the newest addition to a slew of big musical names under the EMI umbrella.

The singer, better known as A-mei, signed a contract on Monday with EMI Music, following fellow Asian pop divas Jolin Tsai and Stefanie Sun.

EMI threw a party-like press conference to welcome the star at Hong Kong's luxurious Felix Restaurant at the Peninsula Hotel. The company even rented a helicopter to send A-mei to the scene.

EMI Music Asia chairman Norman Cheng said the company is proud to have A-mei on board and it will seek to explore a worldwide market for her.

A-mei also expressed her excitement and hopes that her new record company will help her develop a more shining career.

The 35-year-old burst onto the Mandopop scene in 1996 and soon became one of the best-selling artists in Asia.

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