No Regrets, also translated Stubborn and Regretless and Never Deplore, is the translated title of a 1993 Cantonese album recorded by Chinese Cantopop singer Faye Wong when she was based in Hong Kong. The title track was released in both Cantonese and Mandarin.
By the time of the album's release, Wong was already established a substantial fanbase in Hong Kong. She wrote the Mandarin lyrics for the ballad "No Regrets", released as a hit single. The similarly titled album was released in February 1993 and became an instant best-seller. Although the songs were mostly soft contemporary arrangements, a popular style in Hong Kong, it also had a few dance songs and two versions of the title track: Wong's Mandarin song, and the other with Cantonese lyrics by Chen Shao Qi (the Mandarin version is by far the more popular one).
^Asiaweek -1993 p78 "There's no continuity of emotion.. even really strong women get emotional," says Hongkong singer Faye Wong ... "I'm easily affected by my moods," sai Wong, who just released a new album, No Regrets. "I ye or cry and have lots of ..."
^Shane Homan, Access All Eras: Tribute Bands and Global Pop Culture, 2006, p228. "Faye Wong (1993) No Regrets. Hong Kong: Cinepoly."
^Chan, Boon (28 October 2011). "Faye's back". The Straits Times (Singapore). p. C2. the track No Regrets off the 1993 album of the same name
^Anthony Fung and Michael Curtin, “The Anomalies of Being Faye (Wong): Gender Politics in Chinese Popular Music,” International Journal of Cultural Studies 5, no. 3 (September 2002) "Album cover of ‘Stubborn and Regretless’ (1993)"
^Stan Jeffries, Encyclopedia of world pop music, 1980-2001, 2003, p224. "Between the release of her debut album in 1989 and her winning the award for most popular Hong Kong female singer in 1994, Wong released eight albums."