Chóngbài, known in English as "J'adore" (Chinese: 崇拜) is Malaysian ChineseMandopop artist Fish Leong's (Chinese: 梁靜茹) ninth Mandarin studio album. It was released by Rock Records on 9 November 2007. It is particularly noted for its wide variety of styles of music, with French and Cantonese influences. This album has already sold over 100 thousand copies in Taiwan alone and over 1 million copies all over the Asia region.
The title track, "崇拜" (Admiration) won one of the Top 10 Songs of the Year at the 2008 HITO Radio Music Awards presented by Taiwanese radio station Hit FM.
^Torque Magazine - Dec 2007 "J'ADORE Fish Leong (Rock) Her strong suit is ballads, and songs like The First Thing Everyday, 101 and Knowing How Much all bear her trademark lilts and are swimmingly easy on the ears. Even though all the songs barely breach the mid-tempo mark, you'll find you won't get bored of them even after repeated listening."