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Joe Chen
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Joe Chen recorded programs 《Fei Chang Jing Ju Li》.
Chinese name 陳喬恩
Chinese name 陳喬恩 (traditional)
Chinese name 陈乔恩 (simplified)
Pinyin Chen Qiao En (Mandarin)
Jyutping Can Kiu Jan (Cantonese)
Origin Hsinchu County, Taiwan, Republic of China
Born (1979-04-04) April 4, 1979 (age 35)
Hsinchu County, Taiwan, Republic of China
Other name(s) 小红恩、阿伯、教主、球恩
Occupation Actress, Singer, Writer, Host
Years active September 23, 2001–
Associated acts 7 Flowers
Official Website Joe Chen's Sina weibo
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Chen.

Joe Chen Chiau-En (traditional Chinese: 陳喬恩; simplified Chinese: 陈乔恩; pinyin: Chén Qiáo'ēn, Chen Chiao-en also known as 教主 jiào zhǔ, born 4 April 1979) is a Taiwanese actress, singer and model. She is the co-leader of Taiwanese group 7 Flowers and is also the first female member of the talent agency Jungiery. Her interest lies mainly in acting and writing and she does well in both fields. She was the female lead in the 2nd highest-rated Taiwanese drama "The Prince Who Turns Into a Frog" 《王子變青蛙》, and was a hostess in two TV shows -- "Treasure Hunter" 《冒險奇兵》and《型男大主厨》. In 2008 she once again rose to stardom in a new drama "Fated To Love You" 《命中注定我愛你》, which broke the ratings record of "The Prince Who Turns Into a Frog".

In 2008, Chen was nominated for Best Leading Actress in a Television Series for her role in Fated to Love You at the 43rd Golden Bell Awards.[1]

In 2013, her popularity rose in China, where she gained a large number of fans, when she appeared in "Swordsman" as Dongfang Bubai.


Brief Description[edit]

February 5, 2009
  • In 2001, she began her career. She was a model and an assistant.
  • In 2002, she became the first hostess of Sanlih E-Television (SET) TV show 《中國那麼大》. She also acted in My MVP Valentine.
  • In late 2002, she became the hostess of Taiwan Television (TTV) TV show 《綜藝旗艦》, with Jacky Wu (吳宗憲) and NONO.
  • In 2003, her contract with Jungiery Star was "frozen" for half a year.
  • In 2004, she became the co-leader of the new Taiwan singing group 7 Flowers.
  • Between 2004-2005, she was the main actress of some popular dramas, including "100% Senorita" 《千金百分百》, "In Love With A Rich Girl" 《愛上千金美眉》 and "The Prince Who Turns Into A Frog" 《王子變青蛙》.
  • In late 2005, she became hostess of the TV show "Treasure Hunter" 《》 with Zeng GuoCheng (曾國城)

and appear a cameo role in a Philippine drama titled "Sugo(雙劍雙驕)" as Richard Gutierrez love interest.

7 Flowers[edit]

  • 7 Flowers originally had 7 members (in 2004), but now has only 4. The members include Joyce Zhao Hong Qiao, Doris (previously Ive) Lai Wei Ru and Jade Qu Xiao Jie. Joe Chen Qiao En was not a singer before the group was formed. She is the co-leader of the group.
  • 7 Flowers songs are used in several dramas, including "Top Of The Forbidden City" 《紫禁之巔》, "In Love With A Rich Girl" 《愛上千金美眉》, and "The Prince Who Turns Into A Frog" 《王子變青蛙》
  • Qiao En has written/co-written several songs such as 'My Dear Friend' and 'Say You Love Me'.
  • In late 2005, their first album "7 Flowers" was released and more than 40,000 were sold.
  • Qiao En sang three songs for "Ying Ye 3+1," one of which was a duet with co-star Ming Dao

Acting career[edit]

  • She has actively participated in Idol Dramas,and first began with SET Dramas "Lavender" 《薰衣草》 and "My MVP Valentine" 《MVP 情人》.
  • In 2004, she became the main actress in CTS and SET drama "100% Senorita" 《千金百分百》 and later took part in TTV Drama "In Love With A Rich Girl" 《愛上千金美眉》.
  • In 2005, she participated in SET and TTV drama "The Prince Who Turns Into a Frog" 《王子變青蛙》. This drama broke many records for Taiwanese drama serials. She and her co-star Ming Dao are dubbed as the 'dream combination, perfect lovers'. This drama is sold all around the world including Asia, America, and Africa.
  • In 2008, she participated in "Fated To Love You" 《命中注定我愛你》which broke the records previously set by "The Prince Who Turns Into a Frog" 《王子變青蛙》to achieve a segment rating of 13.64.


  • 2004 Top of the Forbidden City 《紫禁之巔》Drama Music CD
  • 2005 Love Miracle《愛的奇蹟》喬傑立巨星最紅偶像劇精選
  • 2005 The Prince Who Turns Into a Frog 《王子變青蛙》Drama Music CD
  • 2005 7 Flowers
  • 2006 The Magicians of Love 《愛情魔髮師》Drama Music CD
  • 2007 Ying Ye 3+1 <<櫻野3加1>> Drama Music CD



Year Title Role Notes
2014 The Queens
2014 The Continent
Zhou Mo (周沫)
2014 Breaking the Waves
Ruan Xiao Yue (阮小月)
2014 The Suspicious
Angel (安琪兒)
2014 The Monkey King
Princess Iron Fan (鐵扇公主)
2012 Doomsday Calling A Bao (阿寶)
2012 Happiness Me Too
2011 The Allure of Tears Zhang Cai (張彩)


Year Title Role Network Notes
2002 Lavender
Xiao Wei SETTV
2002 My MVP Valentine
MVP 情人
Fang Yi Xue/Barbie SETTV
2004 100% Senorita
Liang Xiao Feng/Zhuang Fei Yang CTS, SETTV
2004 In Love with a Rich Girl
Ai Bi/Albee TTV
2004 Woman Are Flowers
2005 The Prince Who Turns Into a Frog
2005 Sugo Mei Li GMA Network
2006 A Game About Love
剪刀 石頭 布
Ye Duo Li CTS
2007 Ying Ye 3 Jia 1
2008 Fated to Love You
Chen Xin Yi/Elaine l, SETTV
2008 Invincible Shan Bao Mei
Chen Xin Yi TTV, SETTV Cameo
2009 Easy Fortune Happy Life
2009 Let's Dance
Ding Xiao Han
2010 The Girl in Blue
You Jia Qi Hunan TV
2010 Chun Guang Can Lan Zhu Jiu Mei
Zhu Jiu Mei
2011 Beauties of the Emperor
Lü Zhi Anhui TV
2012 The Queen of SOP
Lin Xiao Jie Hunan TV
2013 Swordsman
Dongfang Bubai Hunan TV
2014 Cruel Romance
2015 Destined to Love You

[2] [3]


Film and TV Awards:

43rd Golden Bell Awards (2008) Nominee - Best Leading Actress - Joe Chen - Fated to Love You

2009 QQ Entertainment Awards Winner - Favorite TV Actress (HK, TW) - Joe Chen

2008 QQ Entertainment Awards Winner - Best TV Actress (HK, TW) - Joe Chen

2007 QQ Entertainment Awards Winner - Favorite TV Actress (TW) - Joe Chen

2010 Hua Ding Awards Winner - Best Actress (City TV Series) - Joe Chen



  1. ^ (Chinese) Taiwan Television TTV 43rd Golden Bell Awards winners and nominees list Retrieved 2011-06-24
  2. ^ "Joe Chen". Retrieved June 17, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Joe Chen". Retrieved June 17, 2010. 

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