Hebe Tien can't resist Nyonya food

PHOTO: The Star/Asia News Network

Hebe Tien, one third of the Taiwanese girl group S.H.E., has professed her love for Nyonya cuisine, especially ondeh ondehSin Chew Daily reported.

The singer was in Malaysia recently for an event by Oppo.

She posted several photos on her Facebook page of Malaysian treats she tried, such as nyonya kuih, nasi lemak, mango sticky rice, langsat, chicken wings and ondeh ondeh.

 

During an interview, she even jokingly expressed her wish to be a tourism ambassador for Malaysia.

Her recent world tour concert that spanned three years ended in September last year.

The group members celebrated their 17th anniversary and treated fans to a free concert in Taipei.

While their contract with HIM International Music ended last month, Tien said the trio would not disband. “We will be together forever,” she said.

S.H.E serenades fans with hits from 17-year career at free concert in Taipei

  • Mandopop's most popular girl group S.H.E pulled out all the stops - and even a baby - at a free concert for fans on Tuesday (Sept 11) amid talk that it is disbanding.
  • Selina Jen, Hebe Tien and Ella Chen reprised their chart-topping songs before an estimated 50,000 fans at the outdoor plaza of the National Theatre and Concert Hall in Taipei.
  • In recent years, Chen and her bandmates - Jen, 37, and Tien, 35 - have not performed together much as they pursue their own career.
  • There were fears that the group would break up after news broke last month (August) that Chen is not renewing her contract with the group's record label, HIM International Music, and would instead be managed by a new company set up by her husband, Malaysian businessman Alvin Lai.
  • In recent years, Chen and her bandmates - Jen, 37, and Tien, 35 - have not performed together much as they pursue their own career.
  • At the concert, the trio were quick to assure fans that their bond was strong.
  • Said Chen: "The three of us really appreciate that we are close as sisters."
  • While the group did not refer to Chen's plan to leave their record label, they ended their 17th birthday concert on an optimistic note.
  • "See you next year," they told their fans as they took a bow.
  • The concert was staged specially to mark the 17th anniversary of S.H.E's launch. On Sept 11, 2001, the trio released their first album, Girls' Dorm.
  • Fittingly on Tuesday, they took fans back to the start of their career, kicking off the two-hour show with Not Yet Lovers, a hit song from their debut album.
  • Fans sang along to other hit songs such as Tropical Rainforest, Persian Cat and Super Star.

 

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