Chelsia Chan

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Chelsia Chan
Chinese name 陳秋霞 (traditional)
Chinese name 陈秋霞 (simplified)
Pinyin chen2 qiu1 xia2 (Mandarin)
Jyutping can4 cau1 haa4 (Cantonese)
Origin Hong Kong
Born (1957-11-12) November 12, 1957 (age 57)
Occupation Singer
Genre(s) Hong Kong English pop, Mandopop
Years active 1974-Present
Official Website [1]

Chelsia Chan, also known as Chan Chau Ha is Hong Kong based actress and singer-songwriter. Chan joined the music industry after winning the first prize at an amateur creative singing contest in 1975 in Hong Kong with the English song "Dark Side of Your Mind", which she composed with lyrics provided by her then-manager Pato Leung. Later, this became one of the her best remembered song. In 1976, at the age of 19, she won the leading actress award of Taiwan's Golden Horse Film Festival for the movie "Qiu Xia" (Chelsia My Love) which incidentally is also her own birth name. She is so far the youngest winner with the shortest screen life (seven years) in the Festival's history. Chan used to sing along with the Hong Kong group, The Wynners.

Chan is married to Lion Group Chairman, Tan Sri William Cheng.

Discography[edit]

Singles

  • Our Last Song Together/Where Are You? (1975)
  • Little Bird ~ adapted from Kaze/Are You Still Mad At Me? (1975)

Albums

  • Dark Side Of Your Mind (1975)
  • Chelsia My Love (1976)
  • Because Of You (1977)
  • Love on A foggy River (1978)
  • 你不要走不要走 (1978)    
  • 結婚三級跳 (1979)    
  • 第二道彩虹 (1979)   
  • Fly with Love (1979)
  • A Sorrowful Wedding (1979)
  • Flying Home (1980)
  • Poor Chasers (1980)
  • 古寧頭大戰 (1980)

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

  • Rainbow in My Heart (1977)

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